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Jubilee River Swim

Swim 10km
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Swim through the Jubilee River, in one of the nation's most notorious swims. At 10km in length it is not too taxing and suitable for swimmers of all calibers, the course takes you from Boulters Lock to Pockocks Lane in Eton. Come for the Epic medal or to take part in a truly memorable event.

How to enter the Jubilee River Swim

  1. 10km

    Swim 10km
    £90
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Jubilee River Swim route

Again for 2019, swim registration and pre event car parking will be at the fabulous Royal Windsor Racecourse.

Swimmers will be transported to the swim start area, about a 20 minute drive away in Taplow. It's a 400m walk to the start line, where you can leave your swim bags (you receive these at swim registration on the morning), and we'll transport your kit to the finish village. This a short stroll from the finish line in Eton. Here you'll also find changing facilities, toilets, refreshments and your shuttle buses back to Royal Windsor Racecourse. Once back at the racecourse there'll be further changing facilities, showers and your cars.

Event Details

What’s Included

We have plenty of water safety staff and medical staff with each swim group

The swim is chip timed, will all split times live to the internet

Transport is provided for swimmers, with an additional £5 charge to spectators as space allows. You can book these whilst entering the event or you can login to the entry portal (don't delete your entry confirmation email) and add tickets anytime whilst availability allows.

We suggest spectators follow the action by walking the towpath next to the swimmers.

Feed stations will be at each weir and the finish. These will offer bananas, flapjacks etc along with water, cola, hand sanitiser, foil blankets. You have the option of having your own fuel taken to each feed station - just leave this at swim registration on the morning.

Awesome medal to all swimmers

Prizes

Raceday Logistics

We will most likely have four starting waves, all based upon predicted times as provided when you enter the swim. The swim groups will be starting at 09:00, 09:30, 10:00 & 10:30.

If you would like to be in the same starting wave as friends, we will do our best to accommodate this for you. In order to allow the organising team to confirm event plans in good time, please do so by April 30th latest.

Kit List

A wetsuit is optional. Please look at forecasts for water temperature and carefully consider your choice. Over the previous 8 years of the Jubilee Swim we have seen temperatures range from 14.4 to 17.8 degrees. The swim isn't wetsuit compulsory, and you will select to be a wetsuit or skins swimmer within the entry form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are wetsuits compulsory?
No, you can choose wether or not to wear one when booking.
What is the water temperature?
Over the last eight years, the temperatures have ranged from 14.4 degrees to 17.8.
Can you enter on the day?
Yes, registration on the day will open at 7am.
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Jubilee River Swim weather forecast

Drizzle throughout the day.

18°C
Predicted highs
12°C
Predicted lows
IconHigh chance of rain
IconLight breeze possible, up to 8mph

Meet the organizer

A series of fun, interesting and challenging events from beautiful venues. We'll bring you some classic swims and runs, and for every event finishers will receive an iTAB with their medal

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