Brooklyn Bridge Swim: A Beautiful Day for a Swim
Little Red Lighthouse Swim: 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: Swimming with Greatness
Liberty Island Swim: A Singular Event
Manhattan Island Swim: One Camera, One Boat
Brooklyn Bridge Swim 2012: Swimming to Manhattan
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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).