2015 Upstate Splash Open Water Swim

Thank you to all our Volunteers, Swimmers and Sponsors

*Special Announcement*

Attention all swimmers:
We are excited to announce that an underwriter will cover the Electronic Timing costs for 2016. What a great start for next years event...


2016 Open Water Swim
Know someone or company whom would like to volunteer, offer products or become a sponsor for the Upstate Splash 2016 event?
We can design custom branding and marketing programs. (click here for more information)

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The inaugural wave for the Upstate Splash...Very cool!!!

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Presented by:

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Hosted by:

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We completed our inaugural event... WOW---- What A Success..!

Our mission of the Upstate Splash is: "Bringing swimmers together to save children's lives"

When it comes to swimmers and a great charitable cause, the phrase "get on board" doesn't come close because our swimmers " JUMPED ON IN ! " with support and enthusiasm above and beyond our expectations.


The money raised from our events will be used to give At-Risk kids, in our Upstate communities, an opportunity to receive free swim lessons to help prevent childhood drowning. As swimmers, we know the necessity and importance of water safety and the Upstate Splash wants to raise awareness of childhood drowning and to help prevent this from happening to children in the Upstate.


Thank you to each and every one of our swimmers; You Are Awesome!!!

Special thanks goes out to our hosting location and support teams: Devil's Fork State Park/Department of Natural Resources/Duke Power

Fun Facts

The inaugural 2015 Upstate Splash charity open water swim event fun facts:


  1. 219 Registered swimmers
  2. 104 Female swimmers
  3. 115 Male swimmers
  4. 71 Oldest swimmer (Martin Healy)
  5. 11 Youngest swimmer (Caroline Lucas)
  6. 9 States represented; S. & N. Carolina, Georgia, Missouri, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Virginia and Florida.

Picture Gallery (more pictures available soon on website)

We want your pictures and feedback...

Share your pictures:

Have any pictures you would like to share? We would love to see them.

We have set up a link for DropEvent.com and you can upload any and all your photos to share.


(Click Here to upload pictures)



Feedback:
The Upstate Splash is striving to create the best event possible and your feedback is very important to us. The link below will take you to our website contact page and please let us know your thoughts. All feedback is greatly appreciated.


Feedback contact page

News, Updates and Reminders

Electronic Timing-

There will be electronic timing next year. During our event, we had an individual step up and offer to underwrite the electronic timing for our 2016 event. Fantastic!!!


Sponsorship:

We had a lot of people ask about sponsorship. This information will be available on our website or you can contact Steven Scott at 864-349-7615 or upstatesplash@gmail.com
Custom branding packages can be arranged.


Results:

We currently have the race results by cap number and working on the results with names.


Click here for the race results


Donations:

We can now accept donations!!!!
Know someone that couldn't attend this years event and would like to donate?

We want to announce that the GEMM Group has offered to handle receiving our On-line Donations on the website. (click here)

The backbone of success comes from our Sponsors, Participants and Volunteers...

Meet Our Sponsors:


  1. Upstate Pool Management
  2. Greenville Splash Masters
  3. Greenville Health System Oconee Memorial Hospital and Campus
  4. Propel HR
  5. Safe Kids Upstate
  6. BDAS Consulting
  7. RCM Attorney at Law
  8. Paragon Hotel Company
  9. Grand South Bank
  10. Great Harvest Bread
  11. Power Bar
  12. GEMM Group
  13. McMillian Pazdan Smith Architecture
  14. Trader Joe's
  15. Corporate Deli
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Upstate Pool Management - Presenting sponsor

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Upstate Splash

The Upstate Splash is a nonprofit corporation. All proceeds from our events go towards teaching at-risk youth in our communities to learn how to swim. The money raised allows our swim facility partners to offer swim lesson scholarships helping our youth to learn how to swim as a first step in preventing childhood drowning and to bring awareness towards water safety.