Nubble Light Challenge
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This year's swim will take place on Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 8:00AM. The swim is a 2.4 mile swim race around the Nubble Light House through "the gut" located between the mainland and the island. The Nubble Light Challenge has been ranked in the "Top 50 Best Open Water Swims" in the U.S. The 2019 event is a fundraising event for NAMI Maine. Each swimmer is encouraged to fundraise but fundraising is not required.

8/10/2019
When: Saturday, August 10, 2019
8:00 AM
Where: Nubble Light House
York Harbor, Maine  13911
United States
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Learn more at www.nubblelightchallenge.org

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Maine Chapter of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI Maine provides educational programs to the public and emergency service workers and support to families that are directly affected by mental illness. 

NAMI Maine also educate schools, community agencies and emergency response personnel on how to identify the symptoms and early warnings signs of mental illness.

Open Water Swim Buoys must be worn by ALL swimmers. Information on where to purchase the buoys is provided on the home page.  

AWARDS

Awards will be given the top 3 finishers in each age group.  Awards will also be given to the top fundraisers!!!  The awards ceremony will be held following the swim at the finish area. 
 

FUNDRAISING TO BENEFIT

Proceeds from the event will benefit the Maine Chapter of NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI Maine provides educational programs to the public and emergency service workers and support to families that are directly affected by mental illness. 

NAMI Maine also educate schools, community agencies and emergency response personnel on how to identify the symptoms and early warnings signs of mental illness.

A MAINE COASTAL TRIPLE CROWN SWIM!!!

A new swimming achievement category was created in 2018.  By completing the Nubble Light Challenge (2.4m), Peaks to Portland (2,4m) and the Islesboro Crossing (5k), you'll become one of the few elite swimmers to achieve the Maine Coastal Triple Crown of Swimming.