If you have ever wanted to swim underneath the Brooklyn Bridge or look up at Lady Liberty from the water, make 2014 the summer you do so. This will likely be the final season from many of our shorter events due to the increasing complexity and expense of organizing them. We love these swims and all of you and greatly appreciate your support. For more information click here
See you in the water!
Brooklyn Bridge Swim 2013: A Beautiful Day for a Swim
Governors Island Swim 2013: Just Having "that" Feeling Today
Aquathlon 2013: An Amazing Sunday
Little Red Lighthouse Swim 2012: 10+ km of Smiles
What a great Saturday on the water! With La Marina as the new finish location and the perfect weather, it was a wonderful way to wrap up 2012.
Ederle Swim 2012: Swimming with Greatness
Governors Island Swim 2012: Not your normal foggy day
Liberty Island Swim 2012: A Singular Event
2012 Manhattan Island Swim: One Camera, One Boat
Brooklyn Bridge Swim 2012: Swimming to Manhattan
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Special Reminders for Participants
Please check the NYC Swim home page for last-minute information on the status of an event.
Since its founding two decades ago, NYC Swim has attracted nearly 20,000 participants to more than 135 swimming races, reviving a local aquatic tradition that had been abandoned for nearly a century. Its premier events showcase many of the sights that make New York famous: the Statue of Liberty, Manhattan Island, Brooklyn Bridge, and Governors Island. In 2013, NYC Swim will host over a dozen events including a multi-sport race and swims ranging from a fun half-mile to four marathon swims, among them the centennial Ederle Swim (formerly the Tribune Marathon Swim).