Juanita’s Cup is the premier competition and program to encourage Orca Swim Team members to regularly exercise and track your progress. There’s no time limit for the distance milestones, except that they must be achieved this calendar year (2016). It doesn’t matter how fast you are—just the effort to attain whatever goal you set for yourself.
Juanita’s Cup, like your Grindr, Tindr, Scruff, etc. profiles, is on the honor system—you track the distance you swim. Daily, weekly, or monthly, enter that information into Juanita’s Stroke Counter. When you achieve certain milestones, you’ll be recognized on the Orca Swim Team website, at Monthly Potlucks, at Quarterly Blow Hole Parties, and at the Holiday Party at the End of the Year.
There’s no cost to enter Juanita’s Cup. All you need is a fierce drive to be awesome. You can log your yards through Juanita’s Stroke Counter on your desktop or mobile device. Results for the week will be posted on the Orca Swim Team Website on Saturdays.
|69 Miles||Juanita’s Cup 69 Mile Swim Cap|
|100 Miles||Cocktail Party|
|150 miles||Orca Swim Team Open Water Towel|
|200 Miles||Sushi Dinner|
|300 Miles||Orca Swim Team T-Shirt|
|365.25 Miles (average mile a day)||Juanita’s Cup Trophy and Geoduck Chowder Dinner|
|400 Miles||Orca Swim Team Competition Suit|
Other Juanita’s Cup Competition Awards
- Lane Awards
- Night Owl: Most evening swims
- Early Riser: Most morning swims
- Wave Maker: Most Open Water miles