Sea Isle City Beach Patrol to Host Annual ‘One-Mile Ocean Swim’ This Weekend

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By: SNJ Today Staff

Swimmers are shown at the starting line and rushing into the ocean during a past One-Mile Ocean Swim in Sea Isle City. Photo courtesy of City of Sea Isle City.

SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. – The Sea Isle City Beach Patrol will host its annual One-Mile Ocean Swim on Saturday, July 20th, at 11 a.m

The starting line will be at the water’s edge at around 61st Street and the finish line will be in front of Beach Patrol Headquarters on the 44th Street Beach.

If extreme currents run north to south on race day, the starting line will be switched to the 27th Street Beach in an effort to have participants swim with the current.

Swimmers are shown at the starting line and rushing into the ocean during a past 1-Mile Ocean Swim in Sea Isle City. Photo courtesy of City of Sea Isle City.

The swim is open to all competitive swimmers. Bus transportation to the start of the race will be available to registered participates.

Swimmers can pre-register online ($20 per person) until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, July 18. Race day registration ($35.00 per person) takes place on July 20 between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Teams and Clubs can pre-register online ($22.00 per person) until July 18 at 11:59 p.m. Race day registration for teams and clubs ($37.00 per person) takes place on July 20 between 8:30 and 10:30 a.m.

The One-Mile Ocean Swim is a rain or shine event, however, an electrical storm or dangerous surf conditions could delay the start time — and if conditions do not improve, the swim may be canceled.

For more details, to register online, or to download a race day entry form, go to www.sicbp.com and click the “Events” link on the home page. To speak with a representative from the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol, please call 609-263-3655.



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