16 and under, 17-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+, age determined as of race day.
What is the Swim Fest race day schedule?
|6:30am to 7:30am||Packet pickup - 750 Meter Race|
|6:30am to 8:00am||Packet pickup - 1500 Meter Race|
|6:30am to 9:00am||Packet pickup - 2250 Meter Race|
|7:45am||750 warm up|
|8:00am||750 Meter Race begins|
|8:45am||1500 warm up|
|9:00am||1500 Meter Race begins|
|9:45am||2250 warm up|
|10:00am||2250 Meter Race begins|
|11:00am||Awards ceremony (this is approximate)|
Can we wear a wetsuit at Swim Fest?
Wetsuits are permitted if temperatures are 78 or below. Typical water temp in June ranges from low 70’s to upper 70’s
What awards are being given out at Swim Fest?
Top three men and women and top three in each age group for each of the three distances.
If you race in more than one distance you will have a chance for the podium for each distance you enter.
What is the Swim Fest course?
Please see the map here. The course is a 750 meter loop. The 750 meter race is one lap, 1500 is two laps, 2250 is three laps.
How will Swim Fest be timed?
Each race will be an “in water” mass start. You will be assigned a wave number for your start and everyone in that wave will be given the same start time (like in a triathlon). You will wear a timing chip on your ankle. After completing the designated number of laps you will exit the water and run through a finish arch, just off the edge of the water, which will stop your time.
How will my Swim Fest swim wave be determined?
Within each race we will have two waves to minimize the total number of swimmers per wave. Swim waves will be published approximately one week before the event.