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The 100x100 Swim Challenge Oct 18th 2018

The 100 X 100 Swim Challenge will take place on Oct.18th, 2018 at the new Wingate Swimming Pool (Short Course). It is open to all swimmers, Masters, Open Water and Triathletes.

Event Info

The 100 X 100 Swim Challenge will take place on Oct.18th, 2018 at the new Wingate Swimming Pool (Short Course). It is open to all swimmers, Masters, Open Water and Triathletes.

 

Interval times are set by tracks for a variety of swimming levels:

Track 1: 1:30 - 1:15
Track 2: 1:45 - 1:30
Track 3: 2:00 - 1:45
Track 4: 2:15 - 2:00
Track 5: 2:25 - 2:10

Here is an example:

If you are in 'Track 3: 2:00 - 1:45', your intervals will be as follows:


10 x 100 out on 2:00 min
60 sec. rest
30 x 100 out on 1:55 min
60 sec. rest 
30 x 100 out on 1:50 min
60 sec. rest
30 x 100 out on 1:45 min
 

* Division in interval tracks will be according to levels.
Please fill in your details and your requested interval track.

 

Event Name: 100x100 Swim Challenge Oct 18th 2018

Location: Wingate National Pool , Netanya, Israel

Events: 100X100 Swim Challenge
Amount of Participant: 91
Orginizer: Eyal Moyal, Owner & Head Coach at GoLong Team
Facebook: @GOLONGTEAM
Website in English: https://www.golong.co.il/100swimchallenge
Website in Hebrew: https://www.golong.co.il/challenge100


For more info please contact Swimming Israel ( SwimmingIsrael@gmail.com )

Good Luck to all athletes