Inaugural Colorado Swimming Hall of Fame Pentathlon & Ironman 2.4-Mile Swim
January 22nd, 2010
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Swim Dogs and Lady Patriots working
the timing system and scoreboard
80 local masters swimmers participated in the Inaugural Colorado Swimming Hall of Fame Pentathlon & 2.4-mile Ironman Swim on Saturday: Proceeds of the meet will go toward establishing The Hall.
The facility worked out great; a throw-back to those high school swimming days.
Our appreciation goes out to hosts Boulder Aquatic Masters (BAM) for sponsoring the event.
Special thanks to Stan Benson, Ameriprize Financial, for hosting the ďAfter PartyĒ lunch catered by masterís swimmer Chris OíSullivan (the owner of Brotherís Bar-B-Que). The free lunch at the end of the Pentathlon was excellent, and it gave everyone the chance to mingle.
A big shout out to the George Washington High School Girlís Team for being excellent timers, counters, and hosts. The meet was really fun, it was a great cause, and we hope to put the Pentathlon (and Ironman) back on the annual masterís calendar.
Super-Swimmer Rich Abrahams promoting the upcoming SUPER SESSIONS
BBQ "After Party" hosted by Stan Benson of Ameriprize Financial and catered by Brother's BBQ
Next year, we need to get more Swim Dogs into the meet. It was REALLY fun and a great way to track your progress in the pool. Only accomplished master's swimmer Teri Moen competed from our team.
Kent Carney enjoying the "After Party"
In-water start of the Ironman 2.4-mile swim: That's 169
lengths in the GW Pool