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Additional race information can be found at https://luraytriathlon.com/practice-swims/.
2020 Practice Swims:
Sunday, May 10th, 10:00am-11:30am
Sunday, July 12th, 10:00am-11:30am
Saturday, June 25th, 9:00am-10:30am Official Luray Triathlon Open Water Swim and Transition Clinic* Price does not include the cost of the Open Water Clinic.
Saturday, September 5th, 10:00am-11:30am
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
The water in Lake Arrowhead is clean and is usually free of underwater vegetation. The lake is treated throughout the year to keep vegetation to a minimum. Water temperatures will vary and once the water temp is over 65 degrees wetsuits will not be required.
These swims are designed to give newer to advanced swimmers an open water venue to practice swimming. We will not provide coaching at these practices yet feel free to bring your coach.
Test a new wetsuit, swim with other people without lap lanes, sight buoys and turns, measure your speed, and get comfortable in open water.
The swim course changes based on the number of confirmed swimmers. The course will be an out and back loop, either 150 meters or 300 meters around, swimming in a counter-clockwise direction. The Olympic distance swim is either 10 laps of the 150 course or 5 laps of the 300 lap course.
-Swim course length varies depending on the number of swimmers
-Turn buoys to practice sighting
-Kayaker with flotation aide (no lifeguards or emergency medical)
-Water for hydration
-Restrooms will be available
-Swim Caps provided
-Water time will be 1.5 hours
-Only Racine MultiSports can organize the swims
-Swim caps must be worn for safety (visibility)
-Must sign a waiver upon arriving (if you did not register online)
-Do not enter the water until authorized
-Register ahead of time to confirm your spot
-Park in the designated area near the water
-Arrive at the lake at least 30 minutes prior to swim time
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