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Washington's Crossing
Swim Across the Potomac - Sunday, June 1
Results are now posted here>.

Open Water Weekly Newsletter
and Articles
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Updates

Potomac water temp: 75F (9/15)
Wet suits:  allowed.

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The Standard for Open Water Swimming
September 18 Thursday Sunset Swim Update
Note start time change: On schedule for a 6:00 pm start.
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Weather forecast for 9/18: Partly cloudy, 70's
Swim for the Potomac
Congratulations to all the swimmers competing and
finishing their swims. Many achieved new PR's and new
longest swims completed. Thank you to all the
hardworking volunteers and the WaveOne suport team.

Results are posted and photos will follow>>
Swim for the Potomac
Sunday September 14, 2014
500m - 3K - 5K - 10K
Registration is Open
#MeetTheMoment: Keep the Potomac clean and swimmable:  For every photo shared this month on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter with the hashtag
#MeetTheMoment, Clif Bar will donate $1 to help Surfrider Foundation protect our oceans, waves and beaches so we can enjoy them today, tomorrow and for
years to come.  
See meetthemoment.com for info.