– All participants must do mandatory check in on Saturday, April 25.
– Changes will be allowed up until a week prior to the event. Any changes made after that will require a $15 fee.
Saturday, April 25, 2020
12:00 PM – 4:00 PM – All event pre-check in
Sunday, April 26, 2020
7:00 am – 8:45 am Check-In
7:00 am – 2:00 pm Sponsor Expo Open
RACE STARTING TIMES:
8:00 AM – 800 Meter Male (All Ages)
8:02 AM – 800 Meter Female (All Ages)
8:04 AM – Special Olympics 800 M (All)
8:20 AM – 10K Male (All Ages)
8:22 AM – 10K Female (All Ages)
10:00 AM – 5k 18 and under (Male)
10:02 AM – 5k 18 and under (Female)
10:04 AM – 5k 19-39 years old (Male)
10:06 AM – 5k 19-39 years old (Female)
10:08 AM - 5K 40 and older (Male)
10:10 AM - 5K 40 and older (Female)
10:15 AM – Miami Mile 18 and under (Male)
10:17 AM – Miami Mile 18 and under (Female)
10:19 AM – Miami Mile 19-39 years old (Male)
10:21 AM – Miami Mile 19-39 years old (Female)
10:23 AM - Miami Mile 40 and older (Male)
10:25 AM - Miami Mile 40 and older (Female)
10:27 AM – Special Olympics 1 Mile (All)
11:45 PM - K-9 KRAWL
Awards will be going on simultaneously as events finish.
Every swimmer walks away with a limited edition finisher medal. This are truly special and a great memento for the year you've had in open water swimming. Overall Top 3 Male and Female awarded.
The 10K Swim: 4 hours
The 5K Swim: 2 hours
The Miami Mile: 1 hour
The 800M Swim: 30 minutes
Sanctioned By: World Open Water Swim Association – WOWSA
Member of the WOWSA World 1 Mile Series.
Wetsuits: Wetsuits are allowed but only if you marked it on your registration.
Water Temperature: 81-82 degrees (F)
Safety: Current World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) rules will govern this meet. Safety rules as outlined by WOWSA and as recommended by the referee, will be in effect.
Water Entry: This event will employ an in-water start and beach finish. All entries will be feet first and controlled by the safety officer. There are no racing dives permitted.
Hydration Station: There will be a hydration station available with electrolytes and water. You may bring your own hydration but you will need to have a man on the dock to hand to you.
PROCEEDS BENEFITS NON-PROFIT
The H2Os Foundation through grants, generous donations, events, and strategic corporate partnerships offers children and youth a unique opportunity to learn a lifesaving skill, and more importantly a life-long commitment to a healthy lifestyle.
– Open water swim practices every weekend 6 weeks prior to the event
– Swim Gym