Race Options

There are a number of races to choose from that will be suitable for all abilities. A full breakdown of the races are below.


SENIOR RACES


The Single = a 750m swim consisting of 1 loop around the main lake. Starts 11.25.

The Double = a 1500m swim consisting of 2 loops around the main lake. Starts 11.30.

The Quad = a 3000m swim consisting of 4 loops around the main lake. Starts 11.35.

The Enduro = a 7500m swim consisting of 10 loops around the main lake. Starts 11.15.

All swimmers will be issued a colour coded swim cap that will designate the distance they are competing in. Depending on water temperature it will be acceptable for swimmers to swim without a wetsuit if they desire, however they will be required to wear a tow float.

There will be a dedicated water safety team in the water with the swimmers in the case of an emergency.

 


JUNIOR RACES


Junior250 = a 250m swim in the main lake. Starts 13.00.

Junior500 = a 500m swim in the main lake. Starts 13.15.

Junior750 = a 750m swim in the main lake. Starts 13.30.

 

All Junior races are open to children aged between 8-16 on race day. All children must wear a wetsuit and if desired a tow float can be made available for them.

There will be a dedicated water safety team in the water with the swimmers in the case of an emergency.

 


SWIMRUN


This race is only open to Seniors aged 16 and above. The concept of a SwimRun event is that participants work in pairs and must stay as a pair throughout the race. The participants complete a number of swims and runs to make their way to the finish line. Starts 11.00.

At this stage the approximate distances for the race are as follows:

Section 1: Run 1.5km

Section 2: Swim 1.5km

Section 3: Run 5km

Section 4: Swim 1km

Section 5: Run 3.5km

Section 6: Swim 750m

Section 7: Run 50m

Section 8: Swim 350m

 

Full details and rules on equipment will be updated to the website very shortly.

Distances are approximate and measured using a GPS tracking device. The race organisers reserve the right to alter the course if necessary.

  • 1. The pair of competitors MUST stay within 10m of each other at all times throughout the race.

    2. Swim caps MUST be worn at all times when swimming.

    3. The pair will be provided with a numbered vest which MUST be worn at all times throughout the race.

    4. Wearing running shoes during the swim section is optional. Wearing running shoes during the run sections is mandatory!!

    5. The use of hand paddles is optional.

    6. The use of a Pull Buoy is optional.

    7. Wearing a wetsuit is optional. If you choose to not wear a wetsuit you MUST use a tow float.

    8. If you choose to use hand paddles, or a pull buoy, or a tow float you MUST take these with you on the run sections. What you start with, you must finish with!!

    9. The pair will be timed by checking into a timing station at various points throughout the race. The frequency of visits to the timing station will be made clear in the Athlete Guide. Both competitors must be no more than 10m apart when arriving at the timing station.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION FOR ALL RACES:
All swimmers will be issued a colour coded swim cap that will designate the distance they are competing in. Depending on water temperature it will be acceptable for swimmers to swim without a wetsuit if they desire, however they will be required to wear a tow float.

There will be a dedicated water safety team in the water with the swimmers in the case of an emergency.

 

 

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