Blueberry FestivalLabor Day WeekendSeptember 1-5, 2022Plymouth, Indiana
Marshall County Blueberry Festival 888-936-5020    574-936-5020       E-MAIL US

Blueberry Splash

The Blueberry Splash is a 1-mile open-water swim on Myers Lake, Plymouth, Indiana. All proceeds from this event go toward providing swim lessons to needy kids.




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WINNING TIMES
Time will be marked via electronic stopwatch. The fastest time marks the winning time and subsequent times finish in chronological order.

LOCATION
Myers Lake (12086 Peach Road) The lake temperature is usually between 70 – 75 degrees during this time of year. Currents are minimal, flowing in the direction of the wind. Prevailing wind direction varies day to day.

COURSE
1/2 mile east around a buoy then back to the finish.

EVENT LOGISTICS
The race will begin on land. Swimmers will enter the water before proceeding east and then north where finishing times will be marked using an electronic stop watch.

WINNING TIMES
The 1-mile time trial race will end 60 minutes after the start of the race. After 60 minutes all swimmers who have not completed the course will be kindly asked to retire. Refreshments: Drinks and snacks will be provided to swimmers after the race.

WARM UP
Come early to loosen up. Warm ups open at 8:45 a.m. and run thru 9:30 a.m.

INCENTIVES
T-Shirt, Swim Cap - BRAGGING RIGHTS, YOU DID IT!

EVENT CANCELLATION
In the event of bad weather, the event will not be postponed. Upon request entry fees will be refunded minus entrant costs (t-shirt, swim cap). A decision to cancel the race due to weather will be made on the beach the morning of the event. Every possible attempt to race will be made, safety allowing

REMINDER
THIS IS A CHARITY and in order to keep costs & entry fees down we DO NOT mail unclaimed prizes or prize money. It is your responsibility to see that your winnings are picked up during the awards ceremony.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE BLUEBERRY SPLASH
Contact Race Director, 574-930-6932 gwholloway@embarqmail.com.

EVENT WEBSITE
www.blueberrysplash.com or find us on Facebook.


During World War II, British Royal Air Force pilots reported after eating blueberry jam, their night vision improved aiding bombing missions.