Tracie Lawlor Memorial Cup
The Tracie Lawlor Memorial Cup is a 1.5 km swim in Curracloe held every year by Wexford Masters. It has been running since 2011. It raises funds for the Tracie Lawlor Trust for Cystic Fibrosis.
The 2023 Tracie Lawlor Memorial Cup Swim is scheduled for Saturday, 22nd July 2023.
A little bit about ......
Tracie Lawlor Trust for Cystic Fibrosis
Accounts of Past Swims
Well done to all the swimmers who swam in the Tracie Lawlor Memorial Cup races on Sunday, 22nd June in Curracloe. The results are here.
Thanks very much to the Lawlors for taking over 100 fab pics of the event. Pics are here.
Well done, Team Wicklow! Thanks for your continued support of the event.
Amy O’Brien: 1st Place
Hannah Blake: 2nd Place
Joanna Hamilton: 6th Place
Emma O’Brien: 11th Place
Hannah Blake: Fastest Time
The weather co-operated with us on Sat, 14th Sept to give us a calm, sunny day with great visibility so it was full steam ahead for the event! Well done to all the swimmers who competed. It was great to see ye all in the water.
Thank you sincerely for supporting such a worthwhile charity (Tracie Lawlor Trust).
Back in July 2011, a swim event was organised by Pat Whitney in Curracloe, Wexford in aid of the local charity, the Tracie Lawlor Trust for Cystic Fibrosis. About 30 men and women took to the water for the 1.5 km swim. This was both a fundraiser and training exercise for a future, more ambitious international event for the same charity which took place later on that same year. In September 2011, 12 Wexford swimmers flew transatlantic to San Francisco in the US to swim in the tough Alcatraz classic (2 km). They all successfully completed the swim, were awarded the club prize and raised a fantastic €10,619 which was gratefully accepted by the Tracie Lawlor Trust back on Irish soil.
These events marked the beginnings of what has now become a highly-anticipated annual charity event. On 14/07/2012, 120 swimmers took to the water in Curracloe: many of whom had travelled from Wicklow/Dublin to partake. The swim is now on the Swim Ireland annual calendar and we look forward to another great fundraising event in the Sunny South East on 14/09/2013.