Redondo Beach Open Water Swim

July 15, 2018

July 15, 2018

8:00 am To 11:00 am

Miramar Park, Paseo De La Playa, Redondo Beach, CA, USA

Event Description

This summer we invite you to come “Swim the Avenues” and be part of the First Annual Redondo Beach Open Water Swim. There will be a 1mile swim as well as a ½ mile swim. This event is also an official “Qualifying” swim for the Manhattan Beach Pier to Pier Swim. There will be a wet-suit and non-wet suit category.

Swim Course Reminders:

If at any time during the swim you need assistance, please wave your hand and a lifeguard on a paddle board will come by. If they feel you are unable to finish the swim they will assist you to shore. If this happens, please walk to the swim finish to let the timing company know you did not finish the swim. Please line yourself up according to your swim ability. Faster swimmers in the front with slower swimmers in the back.
If for any reason you cannot finish the race, please return your timing chip to the timing tent located at the finish.
There is a $10 fee for any timing chips not returned.



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