We are super excited to announce the launch of our incredible VIP Package! How would you like to just drive into your own reserved parking spot?
We recently announced that we are offering “free registration for all swimmers born in 1949, the first year of the Across the Lake Swim.” We also said we would “like to celebrate with a few more 70-year-olds” at this year’s event on July 14, 2018. For anyone doing the math, this doesn’t quite add up.…
The 70th celebrations are ramping up for the Interior Savings Across the Lake Swim Kelowna on July 14, 2018. “First off, we are offering free registration for all swimmers born in 1949, the first year of the Across the Lake Swim,” says Peter Rudd, Race Director.
Our best pricing is coming to an end! Save yourself $15 when you register before the end of February. After that, the price goes up to the regular price and you’ll be $15 poorer 🙁
What a fantastic day for a swim! The results for the 2017 Interior Savings Across the Lake Swim are now available online.
Package pickup is Thursday, July 13th and Friday, July 14th from 3-7pm at the Capital News Centre on Gordon Drive in Kelowna. If someone else if picking up your package, they must have your confirmation ID you received when you registered.
Registration for this year’s swim close midnight July 9th so register soon. There is no registration at package pickup or the morning of the swim.
Do you know someone in the swimming community who demonstrates determination, inspiration and a positive attitude? If so, nominate them for this year’s Jan Morrow Award! Nominations are being accepted from now until midnight July 8th, 2017. Learn more about the Jan Morrow Award and nominate someone.
Well here we are already! The first blueseventy Open Water Swim Clinic is tomorrow, Saturday June 3rd at Gyro Beach in Kelowna. Yes, the Lake is high and the beach is filled with debris. The lake height doesn’t affect swimming much as it’s, well, water. The beach is always filled with debris this time of…
We are continually assessing the current Okanagan Lake conditions and currently, there are no significant changes to the blueseventy Open Water Swim Clinics which start this Saturday, June 3rd. Current conditions: The higher lake level has brought in a larger amount of debris which, as is typical for this time of year, has washed up on shore.…