The 1-Mile Chesapeake Bay Challenge Swim started in 1998 and
consists of a triangular-shaped course starting and ending at the
small sandy beach adjacent to
the Bay Bridge Marina on the eastern shore immediately south of the Bay Bridges. The
event is coincidental with the 4.4-Mile Great Chesapeake Bay Swim (GCBS); the two events
start approximately the same time at the different ends of the Bay Bridges. The
1-Mile Challenge is completed before the first GCBS finisher crosses the Bay.
Official results of
2016 Chesapeake Challenge
More information is available at Bayswim.com and Lin-Mark
Computer Sports (links above). Sorry,
this page has not been updated in a while, and Lin-Mark has removed
many past results from their web site.