2019 Carry On Challenge

Your New Year’s resolutions are now a month old so we figured it’s time for a little incentive to “Carry On”!  Swim.com invites you to participate in the 2019 Carry On Challenge.   By swimming with us during the month of February not only can you continue to meet your goals, you could be eligible to win a $100 or $250 gift card from SwimOutlet.com!

Follow these easy steps to Enter,  Swim and Win!

1. Enter

Register for the 2019 Carry On Challenge by downloading the Swim.com app! Check out these instructions on how to find and join the 2019 Carry On Challenge club.

Download our iPhone or Android apps here:

2. Swim

Grab your favorite goggles, pool buoy, paddles, or whatever you like and dive in! Note that for this challenge, you must swim with a Swim.com compatible device. Supported devices include Apple Watches (greater than series 1), Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro, Samsung Gear Sport, Samsung Galaxy Watch, any Android WearOS compatible device and any Garmin watch that supports swim tracking.

If you don’t already own a swim tracking device, head over to SwimOutlet.com to grab one!

3. Win

There are two different ways to be eligible to win:

1) Upload at least 1 swim, of 300 yards or more, to eligible for the $100 SwimOutlet.com gift card.

OR

2) Upload at least 5 swims of 1000 yards or more (per swim) to be eligible for the $250 SwimOutlet gift card.

Each of these prizes will be awarded randomly at the end of the challenge. Click on the link below for full details, terms and conditions.

Good luck and CARRY ON in 2019!

 

 Terms and Conditions for the Challenge. 2019 Carry On Challenge

11 thoughts on “2019 Carry On Challenge

  1. Did swim.com finally fix the problem on determining different strokes in the apple watch app? The last time I tried to use the app I was shorted every lap I did in breaststroke rather than crawl.

    1. Our development team is continuously working to refine and improve our swim tracking algorithms. Last week, we released a new version that had improvements for how our leaderboards work. We are currently testing another version of the app specifically focused on changes to swim detection. The team is very excited about all the changes made recently and those planned for the near future. Please give our app another try!

  2. I like to intersperse kick sets with my stroke sets. I typically kick 1000 to 1000 yards out of a 2000 yd workout (easier on my shoulders). My tracker won’t capture those yards, making it harder to get the 1000 yd qualifying swims in, but I suppose that’s the cost of choosing to kick so much 😉

    Thanks for setting this up though, maybe it will get me to vary my workouts more this month.

  3. Thanks! Does that work on my Garmin Vivoactive 3 watch? Can I use the garmin’s built in tracking or is there a swim app from swim.com I can add to the watch?

    1. Yes! Garmin Vivoactive will work very well. All you need to do is connect your GarminConnect account to Swim.com. Please use the following link for complete instructions on how to set up your device with Swim.com. Garmin Device Setup Thank you for your interest in the challenge. Good luck!!

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