Big Cotswold Swim September
15 Sep 2018
Big Cotswold Swim 2, 15 SEPTEMBER 2018
Waterland Outdoor Centre, The Cotswold Water Park, Shorncote, Nr Cirencester - two miles from A419 (between Swindon and Cirencester). A clear, fresh water lake, set in a beautifully landscaped area which is used for swimming on a regular basis, as well as boating and windsurfing. There are changing, toilet and shower facilities, onsite catering and plenty of room for spectator viewing.
Big Cotswold Two Mile Swim
Open to anyone who can cover the distance (minimum age 18 as at 31/12/18). Please note wetsuits are strongly recommended.
Big Cotswold One Mile Swim
Open to anyone who can cover the distance (minimum age 16 as at 31/12/18). Anyone aged under 17 must be a regular club swimmer and their parents must sign a disclaimer/permission form on the morning of the event to confirm they can easily cover the distance. Please note wetsuits are strongly recommended
The swim will take place in a clear gravel bottom lake over a multi lap course which will be GPS measured, clearly marked and have a full safety crew. Wetsuits are strongly recommended for these events. There are several wetsuit hire companies on the internet.
Chip timing so results available as you finish and All results will be posted on this website Saturday evening after the event.
Camping will be 300m from swim start at Go-By-Cycle,GL7 6DS This is a registered campsite with toilet and shower facilities within the site and some electrical hook-ups. Book at: http://www.go-by-cycle.co.uk/camping.htm. From Spine Road, turn right into Spratsgate Lane and take first turning on left camping, first gate on left Sorry No Dogs Allowed.
Withdrawals must inform us in writing - 65% Refund given up to 1/09/2018. No refunds or transfers after that date. Please write to:
Tri Ferris Promotions Ltd, 4 Lindisfarne, Woodshaw, Wootton Bassett, Wilts. SN4 8LQ.
|Big Cotswold Swim Two Miles September||15 Sep 2018||??/300||Open||13 Sep 2018|
|Big Cotswold Swim One Mile September||15 Sep 2018||??/300||Open||13 Sep 2018|
These events share a common pool of 300 places