Baykeeper will be attending this year's Open Water Summit - and you can, too!
Come celebrate with your aquatic family. Swim with world record holder Aaron Peirsol, meet UN Ambassador to the Oceans, Lewis Pugh, relive Skylandia Beach at the Trans Tahoe Happy Hour, keep Tahoe Blue with a silent auction for the League to Save Lake Tahoe, toast the international open water man and woman of the year and hear the riveting comeback story of keynote Kim Chambers at a plated gala dinner (Learn more here).
The World Open Water Swimming Association & The Olympic Club invite Baykeeper supporters to three special events on November 10th:
WOWSA Talks - The Ted Talks of Open Water Swimming
- Morning Session + workout with Aaron Peirsol
- Afternoon Session with talk from Lewis Pugh and many more
Trans Tahoe Relay Happy Hour - Skylandia Beach in downtown SF
WOWSA Awards Gala Dinner - Kim Chambers Keynote & Awards Ceremony
WOWSA Talks -- The Ted Talks of open water swimming
Relive the impossible journeys of the most inspiring open water athletes, adventurers, and activists on the planet.
Trans Tahoe Relay Happy Hour -- Skylandia Beach in downtown SF
Relive the annual Tahoe reunion with your swimming family like you’re on Skylandia Beach and help Keep Tahoe Blue with a silent auction fundraiser for The League to Save Lake Tahoe. Hear about the first Trans Tahoe in 1976 and drink from a keg provided by league partner, Oskar Blues.
WOWSA Awards -- The Heisman Awards of open water swimming
Celebrate the best in the world in four categories-- Man, Woman, Performance & Offering of the year-- with a plated gala dinner, keynote from Kim Chambers--the only woman to swim from the Farallon Islands-- and see if the rumors of a live mariachi band are true.