Warrington Dolphins - 32nd Albert Dock Liverpool Championships

05 Aug 17

 ***** WARRINGTON DOLPHINS LDSC *****

 

ARE PROUD TO PRESENT THE

 

32nd ANNUAL ALBERT DOCK OPEN WATER SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS (starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, Liverpool, L3 4DG,)

 

 To be held on Saturday 5th August 2017

 

The Championships will consist of 4 distinct events (run under BLDSA rules) 

2 miles Championship - Seniors & Juniors - Traditional Swimming Costumes

2 miles Wetsuit Competition - Seniors & Juniors

4 miles Championships - Seniors only - Traditional Swimming Costumes

4 miles Wetsuit Competition - Seniors only

Age Limit – All events

Juniors - over 12 and under 16 on the day of the swim

Seniors - 16 and over on the day of the swim

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EVENT ORGANISER

Barbara Harding

Email.

Tel. 07472064794

ENTRY FEES

Juniors £14.50
Seniors £22.00
This includes the price of a meal

AGE LIMITS

Juniors 2 miles event - 12 years and under 16 years on the day
Senior 2 & 4 miles events - 16 years and over on the day

REGISTRATION

All competitors are to register between 7.45 - 8.30 a.m. at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.

BRIEFING

All competitors, officials, canoeists and rescue personnel at 08:30 a.m. on the café terrace area.

START

At 09:00 a.m. in a line from the foot of the pontoon in front of the Watersports Centre.

ENTRY LIMIT

A maximum of 80 entrants overall

2 mile events – 40 swimmers

4 mile events – 40 swimmers

(With flexibility to adjust)

THE COURSE

Starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, this is a straight course through the dock system. Swimming in an anti clockwise direction and following the marker buoys, swimmers will proceed through Queens Dock, passing under Queens Wharf Road bridge, through Wapping Dock and under the next bridge into Wapping Basin. Swimmers should pass the turning buoy near the far end of Wapping Basin on the left making the return journey back through the system to Mariners Wharf, keeping to the right hand side, until passing the white turning buoy adjacent to the Watersports Centre pontoon, which will be passed on the left.  On passing the pontoon, swimmers will call out their race number to the timekeepers prior to the commencement of the next lap.

One circuit of the course is 1 mile. Therefore 2 mile events are 2 circuits and 4 mile events 4 circuits.

FINISH

On completing their race swimmers must touch the pontoon and call out their number to the timekeepers and finishing judge. Swimmers should not leave the water until told to do so.

CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 mile Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 mile Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4mile Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

The first swimmer to complete the course in each event will be the Championship winner. If this happens to be a breaststroke swimmer then the Championship Trophy and the Breaststroke Trophy will be awarded to that swimmer.

WETSUIT COMPETITIONS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles

Under BDLSA rules swimmers in wetsuits are not permitted to be part of the Championship events.  Therefore separate trophies will be awarded to the winners of the wetsuit events.

ENTRY CONDITIONS

1. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules; i.e. only traditional swimming costumes/ trunks (must not extend beyond the end of the shoulder onto the upper arm and lower than the crotch onto the upper leg) will be permitted (No wetsuits, knee or body suits). Please see the BLDSA website for more details.

2. Breaststroke swimmers must wear PINK swimcaps. Freestyle swimmers any colour except pink or white­. Note – For the championship events, only one swimcap may be worn, which must have no insulating properties.

3. You will declare that if you enter the swim whilst pregnant, you will inform the swim secretary at the earliest possible opportunity and will provide him/her with a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming your suitability to enter the event. You understand that entry may be refused to pregnant swimmers at the discretion of the swim secretary, following a risk assessment.

4. Junior swimmers must be accompanied to the event by a parent/guardian who must remain at the Watersports Centre whilst the Championships are taking place.

THE PRESENTATION

Trophies and certificates will be presented following the end of the event at the Watersports Centre.  A buffet meal and hot drink (included in the entrance fee) will be provided for swimmers immediately prior to the presentation. Supporters are welcome to attend the presentation, where they can purchase food from the café if required.

HOW TO GET THERE

Liverpool Watersports Centre is situated at Mariners Wharf, Queens Dock, Liverpool L3 4DG. The Docks are well signposted and Mariners Wharf is situated at the far end away from Liverpool City Centre.

MAIN POINTS

1. The Club has to register the number of swimmers using the facility for licensing purposes with the relevant authorities. To avoid disappointment, apply early.

2. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules and insurance. Entrants who are not members of the B.L.D.S.A. or an affilliated swimming club will be provided with a one day free membership of Warrington Dolphins LDSC for the day of the event.

3. The water in the dock complex provides a surprisingly clean environment in which to race, being home to a range of saltwater fauna.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Watersports Centre has toilet, changing and shower facilities. Lockers are also available (20p coin required).

There is a café offering hot & cold drinks and snacks for sale.

Limited free parking is available.  It is advised to arrive early and to car share where possible. There are also ‘pay and display ‘car parks nearby.


For those of you who have not been to the Albert Dock, the venue is unique for the sport. Being a major tourist attraction, the Dock is home to museums, floating exhibits, an art gallery and a host of bars and shops, all you might need for a family day out. Liverpool city centre is a relatively short walk away, with two contrasting 20th century cathedrals close by, not forgetting the Mersey ferries from the Pier Head.

 

EVENT ORGANISER

Barbara Harding

Email. Barbara.Dolphins@outlook.com

Tel. 07472 064794

ENTRY FEES

Juniors £14.50
Seniors £22.00
This includes the price of a meal

AGE LIMITS

Juniors 2 miles event - 12 years and under 16 years on the day
Senior 2 & 4 miles events - 16 years and over on the day

REGISTRATION

All competitors are to register between 7.45 - 8.30 a.m. at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.

BRIEFING

All competitors, officials, canoeists and rescue personnel at 08:30 a.m. on the café terrace area.

START

At 09:00 a.m. in a line from the foot of the pontoon in front of the Watersports Centre.

ENTRY LIMIT

A maximum of 80 entrants overall

2 miles events – 40 swimmers

4 miles events – 40 swimmers

(With flexibility to adjust)

THE COURSE

Starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, this is a straight course through the dock system. Swimming in an anti clockwise direction and following the marker buoys, swimmers will proceed through Queens Dock, passing under Queens Wharf Road bridge, through Wapping Dock and under the next bridge into Wapping Basin. Swimmers should pass the turning buoy near the far end of Wapping Basin on the left making the return journey back through the system to Mariners Wharf, keeping to the right hand side, until passing the white turning buoy adjacent to the Watersports Centre pontoon, which will be passed on the left.  On passing the pontoon, swimmers will call out their race number to the timekeepers prior to the commencement of the next lap.

One circuit of the course is 1 mile. Therefore 2 miles events are 2 circuits and 4 miles events 4 circuits.

FINISH

On completing their race swimmers must touch the pontoon and call out their number to the timekeepers and finishing judge. Swimmers should not leave the water until told to do so.

CHAMPIONSHIPS EVENTS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

The first swimmer to complete the course in each event will be the Championship winner. Note: If this happens to be a breaststroke swimmer then the Championship Trophy and the Breaststroke Trophy will be awarded to that swimmer.

WETSUIT COMPETITIONS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles 

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles

Under BDLSA rules swimmers in wetsuits are not permitted to be part of the Championship events.  Therefore separate trophies will be awarded to the winners of the wetsuit events.

ENTRY CONDITIONS

1. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules; i.e. only traditional swimming costumes/ trunks (must not extend beyond the end of the shoulder onto the upper arm and lower than the crotch onto the upper leg) will be permitted (No wetsuits, knee or body suits). Please see the BLDSA website for a more details.

2. Breaststroke swimmers must wear PINK caps, freestyle swimmers any colour but pink or white­. Note – only one cap may be worn, it must have no insulating properties.

3. You will declare that if you enter the swim whilst pregnant, you will inform the swim secretary at the earliest possible opportunity, and will provide him/her with a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming your suitability to enter the event. You understand that entry may be refused to pregnant swimmers at the discretion of the swim secretary, following a risk assessment.

4. Junior swimmers must be accompanied to the event by a parent/guardian who must remain at the Watersports Centre whilst the Championships are taking place.

THE PRESENTATION

Trophies and certificates will be presented following the end of the event at the Watersports Centre.  A buffet meal and hot drink (included in the entrance fee) will be provided for swimmers immediately prior to the presentation. Supporters are welcome to attend the presentation, where they can purchase food from the café if required.

HOW TO GET THERE

Liverpool Watersports Centre is situated at Mariners Wharf, Queens Dock, Liverpool L3 4DG. The Docks are well signposted and Mariners Wharf is situated at the far end away from Liverpool City Centre.

MAIN POINTS

1. The Club has to register the number of swimmers using the facility for licensing purposes with the relevant authorities. To avoid disappointment apply early.

2. Entrants who are not members of the B.L.D.S.A. or an affilliated swimming club will be provided with a one day free membership of Warrington Dolphins LDSC for the day of the event.

3. The water in the dock complex provides a surprisingly clean environment in which to race, being home to a range of saltwater fauna.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Watersports Centre has toilet, changing and shower facilities. Lockers are also available (20p coin required).

There is a café offering hot & cold drinks and snacks for sale.

Limited free parking is available.  It is advised to arrive early and to car share where possible. There are also ‘pay and display ‘car parks nearby.


For those of you who have not been to the Albert Dock, the venue is unique for the sport. Being a major tourist attraction, the Dock is home to museums, floating exhibits, an art gallery and a host of bars and shops, all you might need for a family day out. Liverpool city centre is a relatively short walk away, with two contrasting 20th century cathedrals close by, not forgetting the Mersey ferries from the Pier Head.

 

 

 

EVENT ORGANISER

Barbara Harding

Email. Barbara.Dolphins@outlook.com

Tel. 07472 064794

ENTRY FEES

Juniors £14.50
Seniors £22.00
This includes the price of a meal

AGE LIMITS

Juniors 2 miles event - 12 years and under 16 years on the day
Senior 2 & 4 miles events - 16 years and over on the day

REGISTRATION

All competitors are to register between 7.45 - 8.30 a.m. at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.

BRIEFING

All competitors, officials, canoeists and rescue personnel at 08:30 a.m. on the café terrace area.

START

At 09:00 a.m. in a line from the foot of the pontoon in front of the Watersports Centre.

ENTRY LIMIT

A maximum of 80 entrants overall

2 miles events – 40 swimmers

4 miles events – 40 swimmers

(With flexibility to adjust)

THE COURSE

Starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, this is a straight course through the dock system. Swimming in an anti clockwise direction and following the marker buoys, swimmers will proceed through Queens Dock, passing under Queens Wharf Road bridge, through Wapping Dock and under the next bridge into Wapping Basin. Swimmers should pass the turning buoy near the far end of Wapping Basin on the left making the return journey back through the system to Mariners Wharf, keeping to the right hand side, until passing the white turning buoy adjacent to the Watersports Centre pontoon, which will be passed on the left.  On passing the pontoon, swimmers will call out their race number to the timekeepers prior to the commencement of the next lap.

One circuit of the course is 1 mile. Therefore 2 miles events are 2 circuits and 4 miles events 4 circuits.

FINISH

On completing their race swimmers must touch the pontoon and call out their number to the timekeepers and finishing judge. Swimmers should not leave the water until told to do so.

CHAMPIONSHIPS EVENTS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

The first swimmer to complete the course in each event will be the Championship winner. Note: If this happens to be a breaststroke swimmer then the Championship Trophy and the Breaststroke Trophy will be awarded to that swimmer.

WETSUIT COMPETITIONS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles 

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles

Under BDLSA rules swimmers in wetsuits are not permitted to be part of the Championship events.  Therefore separate trophies will be awarded to the winners of the wetsuit events.

ENTRY CONDITIONS

1. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules; i.e. only traditional swimming costumes/ trunks (must not extend beyond the end of the shoulder onto the upper arm and lower than the crotch onto the upper leg) will be permitted (No wetsuits, knee or body suits). Please see the BLDSA website for a more details.

2. Breaststroke swimmers must wear PINK caps, freestyle swimmers any colour but pink or white­. Note – only one cap may be worn, it must have no insulating properties.

3. You will declare that if you enter the swim whilst pregnant, you will inform the swim secretary at the earliest possible opportunity, and will provide him/her with a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming your suitability to enter the event. You understand that entry may be refused to pregnant swimmers at the discretion of the swim secretary, following a risk assessment.

4. Junior swimmers must be accompanied to the event by a parent/guardian who must remain at the Watersports Centre whilst the Championships are taking place.

THE PRESENTATION

Trophies and certificates will be presented following the end of the event at the Watersports Centre.  A buffet meal and hot drink (included in the entrance fee) will be provided for swimmers immediately prior to the presentation. Supporters are welcome to attend the presentation, where they can purchase food from the café if required.

HOW TO GET THERE

Liverpool Watersports Centre is situated at Mariners Wharf, Queens Dock, Liverpool L3 4DG. The Docks are well signposted and Mariners Wharf is situated at the far end away from Liverpool City Centre.

MAIN POINTS

1. The Club has to register the number of swimmers using the facility for licensing purposes with the relevant authorities. To avoid disappointment apply early.

2. Entrants who are not members of the B.L.D.S.A. or an affilliated swimming club will be provided with a one day free membership of Warrington Dolphins LDSC for the day of the event.

3. The water in the dock complex provides a surprisingly clean environment in which to race, being home to a range of saltwater fauna.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Watersports Centre has toilet, changing and shower facilities. Lockers are also available (20p coin required).

There is a café offering hot & cold drinks and snacks for sale.

Limited free parking is available.  It is advised to arrive early and to car share where possible. There are also ‘pay and display ‘car parks nearby.


For those of you who have not been to the Albert Dock, the venue is unique for the sport. Being a major tourist attraction, the Dock is home to museums, floating exhibits, an art gallery and a host of bars and shops, all you might need for a family day out. Liverpool city centre is a relatively short walk away, with two contrasting 20th century cathedrals close by, not forgetting the Mersey ferries from the Pier Head.

 

EVENT ORGANISER

Barbara Harding

Email. Barbara.Dolphins@outlook.com

Tel. 07472 064794

ENTRY FEES

Juniors £14.50
Seniors £22.00
This includes the price of a meal

AGE LIMITS

Juniors 2 miles event - 12 years and under 16 years on the day
Senior 2 & 4 miles events - 16 years and over on the day

REGISTRATION

All competitors are to register between 7.45 - 8.30 a.m. at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.

BRIEFING

All competitors, officials, canoeists and rescue personnel at 08:30 a.m. on the café terrace area.

START

At 09:00 a.m. in a line from the foot of the pontoon in front of the Watersports Centre.

ENTRY LIMIT

A maximum of 80 entrants overall

2 miles events – 40 swimmers

4 miles events – 40 swimmers

(With flexibility to adjust)

THE COURSE

Starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, this is a straight course through the dock system. Swimming in an anti clockwise direction and following the marker buoys, swimmers will proceed through Queens Dock, passing under Queens Wharf Road bridge, through Wapping Dock and under the next bridge into Wapping Basin. Swimmers should pass the turning buoy near the far end of Wapping Basin on the left making the return journey back through the system to Mariners Wharf, keeping to the right hand side, until passing the white turning buoy adjacent to the Watersports Centre pontoon, which will be passed on the left.  On passing the pontoon, swimmers will call out their race number to the timekeepers prior to the commencement of the next lap.

One circuit of the course is 1 mile. Therefore 2 miles events are 2 circuits and 4 miles events 4 circuits.

FINISH

On completing their race swimmers must touch the pontoon and call out their number to the timekeepers and finishing judge. Swimmers should not leave the water until told to do so.

CHAMPIONSHIPS EVENTS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships

The first swimmer to complete the course in each event will be the Championship winner. Note: If this happens to be a breaststroke swimmer then the Championship Trophy and the Breaststroke Trophy will be awarded to that swimmer.

WETSUIT COMPETITIONS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles 

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4 miles

Under BDLSA rules swimmers in wetsuits are not permitted to be part of the Championship events.  Therefore separate trophies will be awarded to the winners of the wetsuit events.

ENTRY CONDITIONS

1. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules; i.e. only traditional swimming costumes/ trunks (must not extend beyond the end of the shoulder onto the upper arm and lower than the crotch onto the upper leg) will be permitted (No wetsuits, knee or body suits). Please see the BLDSA website for a more details.

2. Breaststroke swimmers must wear PINK caps, freestyle swimmers any colour but pink or white­. Note – only one cap may be worn, it must have no insulating properties.

3. You will declare that if you enter the swim whilst pregnant, you will inform the swim secretary at the earliest possible opportunity, and will provide him/her with a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming your suitability to enter the event. You understand that entry may be refused to pregnant swimmers at the discretion of the swim secretary, following a risk assessment.

4. Junior swimmers must be accompanied to the event by a parent/guardian who must remain at the Watersports Centre whilst the Championships are taking place.

THE PRESENTATION

Trophies and certificates will be presented following the end of the event at the Watersports Centre.  A buffet meal and hot drink (included in the entrance fee) will be provided for swimmers immediately prior to the presentation. Supporters are welcome to attend the presentation, where they can purchase food from the café if required.

HOW TO GET THERE

Liverpool Watersports Centre is situated at Mariners Wharf, Queens Dock, Liverpool L3 4DG. The Docks are well signposted and Mariners Wharf is situated at the far end away from Liverpool City Centre.

MAIN POINTS

1. The Club has to register the number of swimmers using the facility for licensing purposes with the relevant authorities. To avoid disappointment apply early.

2. Entrants who are not members of the B.L.D.S.A. or an affilliated swimming club will be provided with a one day free membership of Warrington Dolphins LDSC for the day of the event.

3. The water in the dock complex provides a surprisingly clean environment in which to race, being home to a range of saltwater fauna.

GENERAL INFORMATION

The Watersports Centre has toilet, changing and shower facilities. Lockers are also available (20p coin required).

There is a café offering hot & cold drinks and snacks for sale.

Limited free parking is available.  It is advised to arrive early and to car share where possible. There are also ‘pay and display ‘car parks nearby.


For those of you who have not been to the Albert Dock, the venue is unique for the sport. Being a major tourist attraction, the Dock is home to museums, floating exhibits, an art gallery and a host of bars and shops, all you might need for a family day out. Liverpool city centre is a relatively short walk away, with two contrasting 20th century cathedrals close by, not forgetting the Mersey ferries from the Pier Head.

 

 

 

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See you on the 5th August

 

SECRETARY

Barbara Harding

Email. Barbara.Dolphins@outlook.com

Tel. 07472 064794

ENTRY FEES

Juniors £14.50
Seniors £22.00
This includes the price of a meal.

AGE LIMITS

Juniors 2 miles event - 12 years and under 16 years on the day.
Senior 2 miles event - 16 years and over on the day.

REGISTRATION

All competitors are to between 7.45 - 8.30 a.m. at the Liverpool Watersports Centre.

BRIEFING

All competitors, officials, canoeists and rescue personnel at 08:30 a.m. on the café terrace area.

START

At 09:00 a.m. in a line from the foot of the pontoon in front of the Watersports Centre.

ENTRY LIMIT

2 mile race – 40 swimmers (with flexibility to adjust dependant on other event entries)

THE COURSE

Starting from the Watersports Centre, Mariners Wharf, this is a straight course through the dock system. Swimming in an anti clockwise direction and following the marker buoys, swimmers will proceed through Queens Dock, passing under Queens Wharf Road bridge, through Wapping Dock and under the next bridge into Wapping Basin. Swimmers should pass the turning buoy near the far end of Wapping Basin on the left making the return journey back through the system to Mariners Wharf, keeping to the right hand side, until passing the white turning buoy adjacent to the Watersports Centre pontoon, which will be passed on the left.  On passing the pontoon, swimmers will call out their race number to the timekeepers prior to the commencement of the next lap.

One circuit of the course is 1 mile. Therefore 2 miles events are 2 circuits and 4 miles events 4 circuits.

FINISH

To finish, swimmers must touch the pontoon and call out their number to the timekeepers and finishing judge. Swimmers should not leave the water until told to do so.

CHAMPIONSHIPS

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships.
Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles Freestyle and Breaststroke Championships.

The first swimmer to complete the course in each event will be the Championship winner. If this happens to be a breaststroke swimmer then the Championship Trophy and the Breaststroke Trophy will be awarded to that swimmer.

WETSUIT COMPETITIONs

Junior Ladies, Junior Gents 2 mile Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 2 miles

Senior Ladies, Senior Gents 4miles

Under BDLSA rules swimmers in wetsuits are not permitted to be part of the Championship events. Therefore separate trophies will be awarded to the winners of the wetsuit events.

 ENTRY CONDITIONS

1. The Championships are swum under B.L.D.S.A. rules; i.e. only traditional swimming costumes/ trunks (must not extend beyond the end of the shoulder onto the upper arm and lower than the crotch onto the upper leg) will be permitted (No wetsuits, knee or body suits). Please see the BLDSA website for a more details.

2. Breaststroke swimmers must wear PINK caps, freestyle swimmers any colour but Pink or white­. Note – For the championship events, only one cap may be worn, it must have no insulating properties.

3. You will declare that if you enter the swim whilst pregnant, you will inform the swim secretary at the earliest possible opportunity, and will provide him/her with a letter from a doctor or midwife confirming your suitability to enter the event. You understand that entry may be refused to pregnant swimmers at the discretion of the swim secretary, following a risk assessment.

4. Junior swimmers must be accompanied to the event by a parent/guardian who must remain at the Watersports Centre whilst the Championships are taking place.

THE PRESENTATION

Trophies and certificates will be presented following the end of the event at the Watersports Centre.  A buffet meal and hot drink (included in the entrance fee) will be provided for swimmers immediately prior to the presentation. Supporters are welcome to attend the presentation, where they can purchase food from the café if required.

HOW TO GET THERE

Liverpool Watersports Centre is situated at Mariners Wharf, Queens Dock, Liverpool L3 4DG. The Docks are well signposted and Mariners Wharf is situated at the far end away from Liverpool City Centre.

MAIN POINTS

1. For Licensing purposes, the Club has to register the number of swimmers using the facility with the relevant authorities. To avoid disappointment, apply early.

2. Entrants who are not members of the B.L.D.S.A. or an affilliated swimming club will be provided with a one day free membership of Warrington Dolphins LDSC for the day of the event.

3. Of more relevance to swimmers, the water in the dock complex provides a surprisingly clean environment in which to race, being home to a range of saltwater fauna.

GENERAL INFORMATION

For those of you who have not been to the Albert Dock, the venue is unique for the sport. Being a major tourist attraction, the Dock is home to museums, floating exhibits, an art gallery and a host of bars and shops, all you might need for a family day out. Liverpool city centre is a relatively short walk away, with two contrasting 20th century cathedrals close by, not forgetting the Mersey ferries from the Pier Head.

 

Organiser
Barbara Harding

07472064794

Dates and Status
EventDateAvailable/TotalStatusClosing Date
Albert Dock Liverpool - 4 mile Championship05/08/2017??/25Open29/07/2017
Albert Dock Liverpool - 4 mile Wetsuits05/08/2017??/15Open29/07/2017
Albert Dock Liverpool - 2 miles Championship05/08/2017??/25Open30/07/2017
Albert Dock Liverpool - 2 miles Wetsuits05/08/2017??/15Open29/07/2017
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