Wreck2Reef Swim Classic – 2013 RESULTS of SWIM -HERE
THE annual Wreck 2 Reef open water swim was held once again on the north Bellarine.
Many were on the beach early on Saturday March 9th 2013.
The event is staged annually by the Indented Head Yacht Club in conjunction with the Committee for Bellarine, Point Lonsdale Surf Lifesaving Club, and many sponsors and contributors who have ensured the success of this classic event.
If you are listed as a Sponsor we thank you for your contribution to our success again this year in 2013.
If you are a local business that would like to be involved next year in 2014 please contact us soon.
This years 2013 DASH & DIG,
is a new way of giving all participants the opportunity to win, not just the fast ones as in the past.
To make it more interesting & entertaining for the spectators this year the cash prizes will be buried in the sand.
So first out of the water gets more time to dig and a bigger chance at the spoils with several buried treasures for young and old alike!
Enter now HERE for your chance to win and have some fun at the same time!
OFFICIAL START TIMES BELOW…
- 11.00 am open & junior dash & dig
- 11.15 male 30-39
- 11.20 females 30-39
- 11.25 females 50-59 , 60-69, 70+
- 11.30 male 50-59
- 11.35 male 60-69, 70+
- 11.40 male 40-49
- 11.45 female 40-49
- 11.50 female 14-17, 18-29
- midday male 14-17
- 12.10 male 18-29
- 12.15 novice
New sponsors are starting to come on board, so for all the local and not so local, make sure you secure your position on the sponsors board for this years open water swim!
This is one of the key events for the Northern Bellarine and arguably one of the best open water swims on the Victorian calendar!
2012 swim - Tom O’Connor from Committee for Bellarine was on hand to help out.
Thank you Ingrid N. for this photo.
We are looking forward to more contributed 2012 photos. Send yours now.
The weather on the 2012 Labour Day long weekend was all you could wish for in encouraging a extremly good turnout of spectators to cheer on the eager competitors in the deep blue waters of Port Philip Bay.