More details: Arm End is located at the end of Opossum Bay and 2020 will be the second time the Tasmanian Swimrun Championships have been held in this great location.
Grass, hills, water, rocks, come prepared and remember, bring a mate (teams of 2 only) and what ever you start with (equipment) , you have to finish with.
The planned course details are not yet released, but are likely to change as we take into consideration on the conditions on the day. Competitors should be prepared for multiple legs of swimming totaling up to 1.5 km, and multiple run legs totaling 10km. Total course distance of up to 11.5KM.
Entry numbers are limited to 50 teams. All competitors must be at least 18.
Spectators under 18 must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times.
Wondering what the competitors experienced last year?
Footage of Tasmania's first Swimrun event presented by Swimrun Wild. Footage provided by Andrew Z from AndrewZ Photography
Posted by Swimrunwild on Monday, 8 April 2019
Are you wondering what Arm End looks like?
Special thanks to Craig Ferguson from Arm End, for working with us to make this event possible.
Address: Arm End Public Reserve.
Directions: Make your way to South Arm, continue on to Opossum Bay, follow Spitfarm Rd until it ends
Parking: Available on site