One swimmer and one runner – twice the fun!

Don’t feel like doing the whole Aquathon yourself? More of a runner or swimmer? Than buddy up and enter as a relay with one swimmer and runner- The RMB Lawyers Relay Team is for you

One is the swimmer, one is the runner. Relay style – Simple as that.

  1. GRAB A MATE
  2. Choose your preferred distance
  3. Enter online – select ‘teams’.
  4. Select your division – age categories along with parent and child and business divisions
  5. Join the fun

Relay Team Award/Age divisions:

  • Kids Aqua: U10 and 10-12 boys or girls
  • Mini Aqua: 13+ Any gender make-up. Non-awarded
  • Short Aqua: U18, Open Age, Business Team, Parent+Child (U16) or Master 50+. Any gender make-up. 1st, 2nd,3rd awarded
  • Long Aqua: Open Male, Open Female or Open Mixed category, Business Team, Master 50+ Team

FAQ

How do tag teams work?

Simply put, one person does the swim part and tags a mate to run. It’s the same event as individuals just as a tag team.

How do I enter?

What distance applies to teams?

ALL events have tag team options and divisions

Do I have to be competitive?

NO, in fact, most teams are fun, social, and with divisions for age, parent and child and business it all about having a go with a mate.

Can a swimmer tag two runners?
Yes- enter two different teams with the same swimmer and nominate a different runner. The swimmer wears two-time chips, so ensure you hand the right one to each runner..

Is the fee per person or total?
One fee applies (split between the team members)

Can I also be part of a group?
Sure can, whether you are an individual or tag team, you can all be part of a collective group.

Do team swimmers start separately?
YES- teams have their own swim wave start.

Are there award divisions?

  • Yes – refer each event distance page for categories

What happens on Event Day?

  1. Sign in at registration (one person) – Collect swim cap, time chip
  2. Follow announcer instructions
  3. Teams swim start is after the individual starts so you can see the course.
  4. Swimmer places time chip on their ankle and wears the allocated swim cap
  5. The Runner – waits in the designated ‘team tag area’ as marked
  6. Swimmer completes the swim, then runs 20m to ‘swap’ time chip to the runner. TIP: Swimmer stand still, let runner remove ankle velcro and swap to their own leg.
  7. Runner completes the run course
  8. Celebrate together!