|Distance||1 miles (Crannog Isle)|
|Date of Swim||Sunday 16th of August, 2020|
|Time of Swim||15:00|
|Closing Date||Sunday 2nd of August, 2020|
|Eligibility||Open to SASA members.|
Junior - 13 to 16 years in year of swim.
Senior - 17 years and over in year of swim.
|Briefing||Briefing will take place on the day at the Drummond Fishery car park 30 minutes prior to the swim. The briefing will take place outdoors so please ensure you bring warm clothing.|
|Start||On the starters/referees instruction, swimmers should promptly access the water at the Drummond fishery and form a line in the water. Start will be via loud hailer or whistle.|
|Course||This is a point-to-point self-navigated return crossing of Loch Earn. Swimmers will swim in a straight line across the Loch before returning to the start point. This swim will be run under SASA and FINA rules.|
|Finish||Swimmers will finish by touching the orange buoy at the starting point of the swim, at the Drummond Fishery.|
|Costumes||Costumes must comply with SASA regulations which are the same as FINA in this respect. Open Water Swimwear for both men and women shall not cover the neck, extend past the shoulder, nor shall extend below the ankle. All Open Water swimsuits shall comply with the FINA criteria for materials and approved procedures.|
|Presentation||Presentation will be held at the Drummond Fisheries following the completion of the swim. The following Categories will be awarded:|
Junior Girls Championship
Charles C. Gall Trophy
Senior Ladies Championship
Ian D. McIntosh Trophy
Junior Boys Championship
James Moffat Trophy
Senior Gents Championship
Ron Mackie Trophy
In addition to the annual awards 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in each category will be awarded a unique 'YeAABA Loch' medal in Gold, Silver or Bronze. All finishers will receive a personalized certificate.