22nd Annual Maryland Swim for Life
Swim for Life is an open water swim competition and fundraising event to benefit Washington, DC-area HIV/AIDS non-profit organizations, as well as local watershed organizations that advocate for clean, local waters.
Sanctioned each year by United States Masters Swimming, Swim for Life begins and ends at Rolph's Wharf on the Chester River, which is one of the Chesapeake Bay's most beautiful tributaries. Athletes have the choice of swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 miles. New for 2013: The 2.4-mile Triathlon Challenge Swim!
The District of Columbia Aquatics Club (DCAC) will host the 22nd Annual Maryland Swim for Life on July 13th in Chestertown, Maryland. For more information and registration for this year’s event, please go to http://swimforlife.swimdcac.org