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Celebrating the 102nd Swim Thru Perth

The Swim Thru Perth is Australia’s oldest open water swim having first been held in 1912. Although there have been many changes to the race course and distance over the years, the race has always been held in January in the Swan River.  Throughout the 110 year history of the event the race has only been interrupted by the two World Wars, a polio epidemic and the Covid epidemic in 2021.

 

Claremont Masters has been the proud Event Coordinator since 1985 and has seen the event steadily grow from 50 swimmers in 1912 to 300 in 2020. The event in 2022 will be a straight line course from the city to Matilda Bay for the flagship 3.5k Classic. There will also be an out and back swim of 1.6k from Matilda Bay. Registrations and briefings all take place at Matilda Bay and The Classic event swimmers will be transported by bus to the start line near the City.

1600m, 3.5km
Sunday 23 January 2022
Matilda Bay, Crawley

SWIM THRU PERTH

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