This page provides an ongoing list of all upcoming open water swimming events in the database in chronological order. To search events by category, click on the other links in the menu (e.g., Charity Swims, Eco Swims, Relay Swims, etc.)
Check in opens:
6:45 AM for the 10K
7:15 AM for the 500m, 3K, 5K and 2.4 mi.
Mandatory safety meeting: 7:00AM for 10K,
7:50AM for 500m, 3K, 5K 2,4 mi.
10K Start 7:10 AM
5K Start 8:00 AM
500m Start 8:20 AM
3K & 2.4mi Start 8:10 AM
LOCATION: North Cove (Main Pier) at National Harbor, MD 20745
See www.nationalharbor.com for Hotels, Directions, Maps and other information.
Event Web Site: www.swimforthepotomac.com
For Info contact: email@example.com
Event Director, Denis Crean, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Water Coordinator: Matt Tourville
ABOUT 6 YEARS AGO...we had the crazy notion of doing an open water swim around the infamous Wrightsville Beach Loop. For those that don’t know, every day, hundreds of tourists, fitness buffs, casual walkers, folks from Wilmington, and locals walk the loop around Wrightsville Beach.
There are TWO races to choose from 🙂
Swim The Loop starts and finishes at the Dockside Restaurant, which is located on Airlie Road (Wilmington side of the Intracoastal Waterway).
The race will start at a high tide to ensure an even tide pattern throughout the 3.5 mile swim.
Mott’s Channel Sprint starts at the Blockade Runner Resort, located on Wrightsville Beach, and finishes across the intracoastal at the Dockside Restaurant on Airlie Road. The course is approximately 1.3 miles long and is a point to point swim.
Save the date!! 10/7/2017 with a race start at 8:45am
Contact Race Director Kristen Jeno for more details at KRISTEN@IAMWITHOUTLIMITS.COM or visit the race website WWW.SWIMTHELOOP.COM
Our annual open water swim, sponsored by our friends at the Daiquiri Deck. There are three distances to choose from: 1K, 2.5K, or 5K. This event now comes in regularly at about 400 swimmers and is hailed as a premier open water swim in the southeast. Read one competitor’s review. You can also view the course map. On race day, the perimeter is surrounded by approximately 20 kayakers and lifeguards with jetskis patrol the inside.
The Barbados Open Water Festival was born out of casual conversation between a group of open water swim regulars in Barbados. Zary and Kristina Evelyn took up the challenge and have hosted the event annually since 2013 in the magnificent Carlisle Bay, Barbados. The event attracts over 400 swimmers from across the globe. From recreational to elite, young to the more mature they come to swim and enjoy a wonderful vacation in Barbados. Three days of practice swims followed by two days of races (1.5K, 2.5K, 5K, 10K & 10K relay). Beauty of the island side the event there is a wonderful camaraderie between swimmers many of whom return
Friday, 14 November, 2014 (All day) - Saturday, 15 November, 2014 (All day)
9. 24-Stunden-Schwimmen im Sport- und Freizeitbad CaLevornia am 15./16. November 2013. Für Schwimmer von jung bis alt, von Anfänger bis Profi, alleine oder als Gruppe.