[PacMasterUpdate] Update August 10th, 2003
pacmasterupdate-admin at PacificMasters.org
Mon Aug 11 01:26:53 EDT 2003
LAKE DEL VALLE 2 X 1 RELAY
The Manatee's Lake Del Valle 2 x1 is Sunday, August 17th. This is a
great meet to bring a friend and swim the relay. The water should be
warm. Even if you dont want to compete, it is a great swim to enjoy
the open water and the Lake Del Valle swimming area. Lake Del Valle
was written up by the San Francisco Chronicle as great freshwater
swimming hole. See Below.
PINECREST LAKE OPEN WATER
The Second Annual Pinecrest Lake Open Water Swim will be Saturday
August 23, 2003 at Pinecrest Lake - east of Sonora California. The
Swim has a one mile open water swim and a two mile open water swim.
Pinecrest is at 5600 ft.
NEW MOUNTAIN VIEW MASTERS SHORT COURSE METERS MEET
This is the first year of the Mountain View Masters Short Course
Meters meet. It will take place on Sunday September 7th. The 800 Free
is limited to 64 pre-entered swimmers. All the other events may be
Pacific Masters AFFILIATE - LANDS END
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Click on the link to Lands' End from the Pacific Masters web site
Lands' End will rebate some of the money of your purchase to Pacific
CHAMPIONSHIPS FOR 2004 / EARLY MEETS
Scheduling Chair Marcia Benjamin is putting together a schedule for
next year. Her first task is to put together the Championship
schedule - If your club is interested in hosting a Pacific Masters
Championship (SCY, LCM, SCM or Open Water) you must apply by
Wednesday August 20th. All Club Reps should have received a letter
about the bid selection process, but if you have not, please be sure
to contact Marcia at
msbenjamin at earthlink.net .(You will get a letter about the scheduling
process and an application. (You are encourage to apply).
If you have a meet in January or February, It is best to get on the
schedule soon, so your meet can be publicized in the NOV/DEC issue of
Take a deep breath and jump on in -- the water's fine!
Carolyn Jones of the San Francisco Chronicle wrote a about the great
open water swimming places. Most of the places are in the east bay.
Masters has Open Water swims at a few of those swimming holes
have a good week
michael w. moore
michael at PACIFICMASTERS.ORG