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2020 RACE COURSE

1.5 KM / One Mile SWIM RACE DESCRIPTION

Race will have a beach start 50 meters north of the Pompano Beach Pier about 5 meters to 10 meters from the shoreline depending on tides.  
 
The swimmer will enter the ocean and swim east for 75 meters towards the 4’ Blue Triangle Buoy and the first 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #1.  
Once passed the 4’ Blue Triangle Buoy but before passing the 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #1, swimmer will turn right and head north in a straight line for 300-meters swim.   
There at the second 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #2 the swimmers will turn right and head south east for a 400-meters swim towards the third 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #3. 
Once Past the third 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #3, swimmers will turn slightly right and head south west for another 400-meter swim towards the fourth 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #4. 
 
At the fourth 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #4 the swimmer will turn right for a 300-meter swim north toward the fifth 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #5 and the 4’ Yellow Triangle Buoy.  
Once the swimmer have passed in between the 4’ Yellow Triangle Buoy and the final 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy #5 swimmers will turn left and head west for the last 75 meters swim toward the finish line on marked by an onshore chute about 5 meters to 10 meters from the shoreline depending on tides.  
 


0.5 KM / 500 METER SWIM RACE DESCRIPTION

Swimming Race will have a beach start 50 meters north of the Pompano Beach Pier about 5 meters to 10 meters from the shoreline depending on tides.  
 
The swimmer will enter the water and swim east in a straight line for 200 meters to a designated 6’ Yellow Cylinder Buoy #1 marked buoy.  
 
There swimmers will turn slightly south and swim 25 meters to the 6’ Red Cylinder Buoy where they will turn slightly turn right swim another 25 meters towards the next 6’ Yellow Cylinder Buoy #2. 


Once past the 6’ Yellow Cylinder Buoys #2 swimmers will turn right and head west and swim in a straight line to the finish line marked by an onshore chute about 5 meters to 10 meters from the shoreline depending on tides