Lake Travis Relay

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Lake Travis Relay
The Lake Travis Relay is a 12-mile relay and solo marathon swimming competition organized by the American Swimming Association in Austin, Texas and is one of America's Top 100 Open Water Swims. Carlos 'n Charlie's is the start and finish line.

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Individual Swimmers

Individual swimmers may submit entries for consideration to swim the Lake Travis Relay Solo. A maximum of 10 spots will be available for solo swims. Solo swimmers must meet qualification times to assure completion of the event (maximum 40 minutes for a 2 km + official results for the longest open water swim completed to date). There is a 6.5-hour cutoff time for solo swimmers who must be accompanied by a dedicated safety observer (in kayak, canoe, boat).

Distance

12 miles

Type

Lake

Location

City Lake Travis, Austin

State/County/Province Texas

Country USA

Region Americas

Contact

Name Dr. Keith Bell or Sandy Neilson-Bell of the American Swimming Association

Event Information

Month: October

Event Date: 10/12/2009

Website: www.americanswimmingassociation.com

Class: Amateur

Wetsuit: No

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