2 August 2010 – Stone Quay, Swanage
The Bay Swim has become one of the Swanage Regatta and Carnival’s most popular and competitive events during carnival week. With competitors aged from 11 years old to the masters of the sea and abilities ranging from swimmers that just want to finish to national standard, it really is an event for everyone and anyone.
So if you just want a bit of fun, a workout, or those who want a serious race against other competitors, the tide and waves then go and enter.
The bay swim is also an event for the spectators – superb views of the swimmers can be gained between the parade, Mowlem and stone quay. So if you are aiming to become Britain’s 2012 Olympic champion or would just like to watch a future gold medallist come and join the fun.
Prizes in the form of cups and medals will be awarded after each event. Entry forms will be available from the Stone Quay at 6.00pm. Swimmers must be able to swim at least 100 metres or the distance of the event they are aiming to enter.
100 metre fun swim- 11 years and under. Entry fee £2.50
200 metres fun swim – 12 to 15 years old. Entry fee £2.50
500 metres – 15 years and under. Entry fee £2.50
500 metres – 16 years and over. Entry fee £5.00
1000 metres – 16 years and over. Entry fee £5.00
One race entry per person.
Thank you to sponsors Costcutters Swanage
Ali Budynkiewicz added: “Lots usualy take part, in varying degrees of speed and seriousness and then have a fish supper afterwards. Perfect Monday!”
Please can Club members taking part let Ali know how you got on! (email@example.com)
For more on Swanage Regatta and Carnival (31 July to 7 August 2010), visit www.swanagecarnival.com