Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim

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Swimmers nearing the finish of the Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim, a memorial swim in Manhattan Beach, California, photographed by Sean Hiller/Staff Photographer of the Daily Breeze
Taylor Spivey winning the 2011 Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim in Manhattan Beach, California, doing a beach finish photographed by Sean Hiller/Staff Photographer of the Daily Breeze

The Dwight Crum Pier-to-Pier Swim (also known as the Manhattan Beach Swim) is a memorial swim that is part of Manhattan Beach's annual Surf Festival.

It is a point-to-point ocean swim in Los Angeles, California. The most popular open water swim in the greater Southern California area, it starts on the south side of Hermosa Beach Pier and finishes on the north side of the Manhattan Beach Pier.

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Distance

2 miles

Type

Ocean

Location

City Manhattan Beach

State/County/Province California

Country USA

Region Americas

Contact

Name John York

Email john.york@redondo.org

For more information and pre-qualification requirements, contact pier2pier_swim@verizon.net.

Event Information

Month: August

Website: Surf Festival

Class: Amateur

Wetsuit: No

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