Great Dublin Swim 2014
Swim 750 metres for the first time or swim 1.5k, any stroke, chatting to a friend or front crawl your way to a faster time.
We are hoping to make this the most popular swim in Ireland and also giving swimmers a choice to make their challenge in support of their chosen charity, the swim is open to all swimmers over 12 years of age and is also open to wetsuit swimmers and skin (non wetsuit), it’s open to 1000 swimmers. For the competitive swimmers all waves will be time chipped so we are trying to find Ireland’s fastest 1.5k open water swimmers Skin (non wetsuit) and wetsuit section. Use it to set your 1.5 K PB
Get close to the action – Join the Great Dublin Swim 2014.
Choose between two distances 1.5k Olympic Distance or 750metres fun swim. Entries can be made here
1.5 K € 35.00
750 metres Fun Race € 15.00
Corporate Team Challenge € 140.00 (€ 35.00 per team member)
Corporate Team Challenge
Would you and your colleagues like to get fit for summer 2014, or just have fun, raise money for your favourite charity or simply have a bit of craic and fun as a team? Then why not get involved in the greatdublinswim.com corporate and business challenge?
Who can take part? All sizes of businesses males, female and mixed. The mixed teams must be minimum of two males and two females. Minimum of four people per team. You can enter as many teams as you wish. The price is € 35.00 per team member, each of the team members must work for the company entered.
How will it work? Part of the overall prizes to the first three teams accumulated first four finishing times in each team will count the fastest overall time.
So a great opportunity to get fit with your work colleagues and encourage a healthier lifestyle and working environment. Exercise in open water and providing substantial health and well being benefits, which will help to reduce work stress. This in turn will encourage interaction and healthy competition between different companies, raising vital funds for charity. An engraved trophy will be awarded to the winning team.