Seattle Open Water Swim

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The Swim Across America Seattle Open Water Swim includes a 50-meter, ½-mile swim and the 2-mile swim held on 8 September 2012 on Mercer Island in Washington, U.S.A. The Seattle Open Water Swim is for swimmers of all ages and skill levels. Participants can swim as an individual or as a team to honor loved ones who have been affected by cancer. All proceeds from the swim benefit Seattle Cancer Care Alliance.


[edit] Theme

Make Waves to Fight Cancer.

[edit] Requirements

[edit] Location

Luther Burbank Park, 2040 84th Ave Southeast, Mercer Island, WA 98040

[edit] Teams

Teams can also be formed to swim in honor or in memory of an individual. Teams must have at least 3 swimmers and must raise at least $900. Any swimmer may be part of a team, no matter in which distance he/she elects to swim.

[edit] Swimmers

In our experience all participants find it gratifying to make an impact in this fight against cancer by using their swimming abilities. This swim is designed to include all types of swimmers from Master Swimmers, Olympians, recreational swimmers, and competitive swim club swimmers.

[edit] Kid Splash!

Children age 11 and under are welcome to take part in a 50m freestyle open water swim on event day. Click here to learn more!

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