Relay Swims

Prior to 1964, there were only two relay teams that successfully crossed the English Channel: the Rotherham Neptunus Swim Club that went from England to France in 11 hours 20 minutes in 1950 and the Folkestone Swim Club that went from France to England in 14 hours 57 minutes in 1954. Then, beginning in 1964, a slew of relay teams started to join the English Channel swimming fraternity.

Jun
7
Wed
2017
Bezirksfreiwassermeisterschaften, Gifhorn (Tankumsee), Germany @ Isenbüttel, Germany
Jun 7 all-day
Date:  Saturday, 7 June, 2014 (All day)

1,25 km

3 x 1,25 km

2,5 km

5 km

Offene Freiwasser-Meisterschaften des Bezirksschwimmverband Braunschweig sowie Jedermann-Schwimmen

Offene Meisterschaften im Freiwasserschwimmen des Bezirksschwimmverband Braunschweig sowie Freiwasser-Schwimmen für Jedermann im Tankumsee in Isenbüttel / Kreis Gifhorn

07.06.2014

38550 Isenbüttel / Kreis Gifhorn

Bezirksschwimmverband Braunschweig e.V.

Daniela Lange

freiwasser@lsn-bsbs.de

Jun
8
Thu
2017
Jubilee River Swim, Maidenhead, Great Britain @ Maidenhead, Windsor and Maidenhead, UK
Jun 8 @ 9:30 am
Date:  Sunday, 8 June, 2014 - 09:30

Jubilee River Swim 2014

08 June 2014

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The 3rd Jubilee River Swim
sponsored by blueseventy

Sunday 8th June, 2014, appox 9.30am-10.30am starts

 

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Back for a third time, this 10km long distance swim takes in the whole length of the Jubilee River, starting near Maidenhead and finishes adjacent to the Thames Valley Athletics Centre in Eton. You can cover the 10km as an individual, or as part of a relay team of 4. The 3 weirs along the river make for the perfect relay change over points and for our famous feed stations. SWIM MAP

Race HQ and Parking will be near the Thames Valley Athletics Centre in Eton. At TVAC, there'll be refreshments, toilets and showers available. Directions for TVAC can be found HERE From there we'll bus you to your start area.NB Spectators and relay swimmers will need to be self sufficient in following the towpath all the way to the finish.

The Jubilee River Swim will not be wetsuit compulsory, however if you do intend to swim without a wetsuit we'd request you contact us via andy@mysportingtimes.com with a brief overview of your swim experience.

The water temperature is likely to be in the region of 15-16 degrees at this time of year, with weather conditions obviously influencing.

As standard, we'll be setting you all off in groups of similar abilities to swim your way to the finish as you choose to - race, take it easy, it's upto you. We'll also be offering a 'social start' for those who wish to take their time a little more! We recommend this group for this who anticipate taking more than 4 hours - you'll re-group at each weir and swim more as a bunch. You should enter as normal and we'll ask for your decision on this two weeks before the swim.

With more people taking part in river swim events, it's worthwhile reading a recent report on the potential dangers of river swimming HERE We work closely with the Environment Agency and Public Health departments, getting up to date information on water safety. Swimming in the Jubilee River is as safe as swimming in any river nationwide. We will, of course, be taking action to ensure you're swim is as safe as it can be.

There will be a 5hr cut off for the swim.

Whilst registering we'll ask you to give an estimated swim time - please base this upon non tidal or flow assisted conditions.

 

Jun
9
Fri
2017
2017 UANA Pan American Masters Open Water Championships @ Cayman Islands
Jun 9 – Jun 12 all-day

2.5K, 5K, and a 2.5K relay in the Cayman Islands. Held in conjunction with the Pan American Elite events.

Jun
22
Thu
2017
OWS Race @ Takasu in Fukui @ Takasu Beach
Jun 22 all-day
Jul
6
Thu
2017
OWS Race @ Oiso Long Beach (500m Round Pool) in Kanagawa @ Oiso Long Beach
Jul 6 all-day
Jul
7
Fri
2017
Swim Across America Boston Harbor
Jul 7 all-day
Swim Across America Boston Harbor @ Boston | Massachusetts | United States

Are you ready to take on a 22-mile relay around beautiful Boston Harbor Islands? Join swimmers and volunteers for an all day harbor cruise with some swimming mixed in for our annual Boston Harbor Relay Swim. This swim has a cap of 75 participants so make sure to sign up early!

The relay swim starts and finishes at Rowes Wharf in downtown Boston. Each participant will swim in a 15 minute session (heat) approximately 4 - 6 times throughout the day. Swimmers will be assigned to a heat with swimmers of similar ability. All swimmers will be assigned to a transport boat for the day. Breakfast, lunch, beverages and snacks will be provided throughout the day.


Jul
9
Sun
2017
Portland Bridge Swim @ Willamette River
Jul 9 all-day

The Portland Bridge Swim is an approximately 11 mile race through the heart of Portland Oregon. Swim under 12 of Portland's Bridges in the Willamette River as a solo swimmer or a 3-person relay team. See Portland from the water! The Portland Bridge Swim is proud to host the 2018 USMS ultramarathon-distance open water national championship.

Jul
14
Fri
2017
Swimming With A Mission: Newfound Lake Swim (10mi Relay, 10K & 5K Individual) @ Wellington State Park, NH
Jul 14 all-day

Bring your whole family on Friday July 14, 2017 for a day of swimming festival fun- from food to music, to a picturesque family location on the cleanest lake in New England. Three Events in Newfound Lake: 10 Mile Relay of 3-5 Swimmers, 10K Individual Swim, 5K Individual Swim. Military demonstration by the US Navy SEALs. Meet the Navy SEALs. Honor our veterans. Food, music and fun for the whole family!

Jul
20
Thu
2017
OWS Race @ Miho in Shizuoka @ Uchihama beach
Jul 20 all-day
Jul
22
Sat
2017
Trans Tahoe Relay @ SAND HARBOR BEACH
Jul 22 all-day

Each team consists of six swimmers. Each member swims 30 minutes for the first leg. After each member has completed the 30 minute leg, each member will complete a 10 minute leg and then 10 minute leg(s) or until the team has reached the finish line. Teams must maintain their swimming order throughout the race. A swimmer completing his/her leg must physically tag the next swimmer at the proper time of exchange.