Swimarathon 2023

Held at Alive St James Swimming Pool.


Swimarathon 2023

The Rotary Swimarathon is back for its 4th event on 25 February 2023.
In 2022 swimmers raised in excess of £12,500 and we have high hopes that we can match or better this figure in 2023 with proceeds going to our main charity Break Children's Homes as well as to other local charities.

What is the Swimarathon?
Teams of 6 swim in relays for 55 minutes to complete as many lengths as possible. The teams will be split into several categories and the teams with the most lengths will receive a medal donated by a local business. The aim of the Swimarathon is to raise as much money as possible for our charities. It is a fun, family event and is open to swimmers of all ages and abilities from clubs, schools, businesses and individuals etc.

To enter the Swimarathon, simply download, complete and send us the Team Entry Form.
To help raise as much money as possible and make fundraising easier, we recommend using JustGiving (see below). Alternatively, download the sponsorship form.

We'd like to thank Adrian Flux Insurance for once again being the Event Sponsor and our many other lane and banner sponsors.

Have you entered into Swimarathon 2023?

Share your team news & training pics on Facebook 
#prioryswimarathon

Forms & Information 

Team Entry Form  2023-Team-Entry-Form-web-2.pdf


Swimmers Guidance on Fundraising & Sponsorship Form 2023-Swimmer-sponsorship-form-web.pdf
Start your fundraising with the Priory Rotary JustGiving page (see below)
..and then click on the Start Fundraising orange button

Event poster - please print to advertise in your local business, club or venue. 

2023-official-poster.pdf



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