Location: The Olympic Club, 524 Post Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco, CA 94102
Every year The Olympic Club hosts the largest open water swimming relay in the world in Lake Tahoe. Known as the Trans Tahoe Relay, the 42 year old race is famous for world class competition in the water, but teams also compete out of the water to raise funds for The League to Save Lake Tahoe.
This year we raised $34,264!
To celebrate the achievement and honor the winning team's fundraising efforts, we are co-hosting with The Olympic Club;
Saturday, November 10 | 5 - 7 pm
- Welcome drinks | Oskar Blues Brewery
- Presentation from the League’s Chief Strategy Officer, Jesse Patterson
- Silent auction with proceeds going to the League
- Tickets only $25/person | Buy now
The event will be held as part of The Open Water Summit, since who knows the importance of preserving our aquatic habitat better than the swimmers who race and train in these waters?
Use the code "League" for 20% off the full day pass.
Come early for WOWSA Talks (8am- 5pm) -- The Ted Talks of open water swimming. Meet United Nations Patron of the Oceans, Lewis Pugh, join a swim clinic with world record holder Aaron Peirsol, see Ben Lecomte Skype in from the middle of the Pacific on his unprecedented stage swim from Tokyo to SF, and learn why Ice Swimming is lobbying to be in the next Winter Olympics
Stay afterward for WOWSA Awards (7-10pm) -- The Heisman Awards of open water swimming. Celebrate the best in the world in four categories--Man, Woman, Performance & Offering of the year--with a plated gala dinner, keynote from Kim Chambers--the only woman to swim from the Farallon Islands-- and see if the rumors of a live mariachi band are true.
Click here for registration info and a full list of speakers and honorees.