The Jubilee River Swim was dreamt up in a pub in 2011, and has since become one of the countries favourite swims. The man made flood relief channel between Boulters Lock nr Maidenhead and Pococks Lane in Eton is free from craft and is a convenient length at 10km! There are three weirs along the rivers length that break up the swim nicely, and you'll find our feed stations here. Please note - for 2019, there will not be a relay event.
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This was my 4th year doing this event. It was my first 10k 4 years ago, which makes this event special to me. The organisation is relaxed but excellent, the communication before hand is fabulous. The medals are unique every year and are my favourite momento each year. The sc...Read full review
I was aware of people who were signed up to swim in skins but swam in a wetsuit. This needs checking as affects times and performance THe amount of plastics used at feeding stations is distressing - must be other ways of dealing with drinks
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