Triton River ONE * Comal River, TX * April 22-23, 2017
WHAT A WEEKEND!!!!!!
Congrats to all of our OWP fam that joined us in CONQUERING THE COMAL this weekend!!! Saturday was a little chilly but Race Day brought perfect weather and an amazing group of athletes that CRUSHED this course! We want to thank everyone that came out for this inaugural event, our first obstacle adventure open water event. We are so excite to kick off the 2017 season and can't wait to see you guys again soon!
Overall Female Youth (18 & Under)
Madison McAllister 19 min 12 seconds
Morgan Schield 19 min 20 seconds
Lizzy Vanderweele 21 min 51 seconds
Overall Male Youth (18 & Under)
Christopher Mickelson 19 min 10 seconds
McCoy Patterson 19 min 12 seconds
Amechi Nwaeze 20 min 39 seconds
Stefan Deac 20 min 39 seconds
Overall Female Adult
Bethany Deac 25 min 19 seconds
Jeanie Holms 33 min 14 seconds
Crystal Weiss 34 min 56 seconds
Overall Male Adult
Paul Parmenter 19 min 42 seconds
Bogdan Deac 19 min 47 seconds
Cameron Cozac 21 min 22 seconds
Open Water Planet kicks off the open water swimming season in New Braunfels TX in 2017 for the First Annual Open Water Planet Triton River ONE. This event takes place on the Comal River and is the first race in Open Water Planet's newest Triton Series.
The Triton Series designed to challenge athletes to conquer a variety of open water situations and focuses on the idea that with the right knowledge and training, you can find your way through any situation.
This river swim is a unique opportunity to race down the crystal blue waters of the Comal, and have a few adventures along the way. Obstacles include the legendary Tube Chute, Weir Falls and the Warnecke Rapids. At each obstacles swimmers will have the option to grab a lifejacket or a tube and splash their way through. Truly an event unlike any other, this swim caters to both those new to open water and the expert looking for thrill of racing with a current and having a little fun along the way.
Family and Team pricing is available. For questions or more information on team pricing CLICK HERE
"We are so excited about this event. The Comal River is such a hidden gem with crystal clear spring fed water that stays 72 degrees year round. It's PERFECT for an event like this. The athletic community in this area is growing so quickly and we are excited to be a part of that growth " - Lenny Krayzelburg
4 Time Olympic Swimming Goid Medalist