ARCHIVED EVENT - October 3, 2013 - 5:45PM - ARCHIVED EVENT
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INTROUCTIONCome out and enjoy an evening of fun and racing with your friends at Splash & Dash. Splash & Dash is a unique event with a relaxed atmosphere that is suitable for all levels of athlete. Whether fine tuning for that big race or getting your feet wet at your first multisport event, Splash & Dash is the place to be!
Online registration is now closed. Onsite registration will be available starting at 4:30 p.m.
COURSESplash & Dash begins and ends at the Special Event Ramp, on the north side of the lake between Mill and Rural.
Swim 750m (1 loop) or 1500m (2 loops)
$35 until April 11th at 11:00 a.m.
$40 Late registration
$45 until April 11th at 11:00 a.m.
$50 Late registration
Register for all four races of the Spring Splash & Dash Series for $120.
SCHEDULE4:30 p.m. Packet pick up and late registration at race site
5:45 p.m. 1500m Open water swim & 1500m Splash & Dash begins
5:50 p.m. 750m Open water swim & 750m Splash & Dash begins
6:30 p.m. Swim cut off
TIMINGSplash & Dash is timed using equipment by RFID Timing Systems. All participants need to wear a timing chip around their ankle. Participants going out on the run course need to wear their race number facing forward. Swim out time is gathered by the timing chip on the ankle, whereas run out and run finish times are gathered by the timing chip on the back of the race number.
WETSUIT USEIroncare Splash & Dash adheres to U.S. Masters Swimming guidelines for wetsuit use. Wetsuits may be used when the water temperature does not exceed 78 F.
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Tempe Town Lake weather and water temperature
PARKINGAll Splash & Dash races are held at the Special Event Ramp, on the north side of the lake between Mill and Rural. Parking is available at Tempe Town Lake Marina and limited parking is available at Lake View Dr under the 202.
pH POLICYIn order for Tempe Town Lake to host a full body contact event the pH of the water must be 9.0 or below, as required by Maricopa County. An increase in pH is caused by an abundance of algae in the lake typically caused by an increase in the temperature and little to no movement of water through the lake. If the pH does not meet this standard Splash and Dash will be cancelled. In event of cancellation all registrations will be either refunded or transferred to a future Splash and Dash at the discretion of the individuals involved.