CHALLENGEDAYTONA Announces Director of Swim Operations and Safety

On December 13th-15th 2019, CHALLENGEDAYTONA presents its epic CHALLENGEDAYTONA Festival at iconic Daytona International Speedway®. Now in its 2nd year, the family-friendly international multi-sport festival has proudly announced Fetch Watersports and Safety, LLC. as Director of Swim Operations and Safety at CHALLENGEDAYTONA Festival.

AJ Miller, Founder of Fetch Watersports and Safety, LLC. shares his excitement to return as Director of Swim Operations for the 2nd annual CHALLENGEDAYTONA Festival. “As Water Safety Director of the 2018 UANA Pan American Open Water Championships, with over 20-years of swimming competition and life-safety, both regionally and nationally, I understand the dynamics of open-water competition and life safety.  Our focus is total athlete safety,” says Miller

Athletes participating in triathlon and aquathon at CHALLENGEDAYTONA Festival swim in the pristine waters of Lake Lloyd within sight of the iconic Daytona International Speedway. Miller says, “having the swim in Lake Lloyd provides spectators an opportunity to get up close to the action as athletes swim past the walkway along the final backstretch of the swim course. It’s quite thrilling to watch athletes compete in this unique venue.”

CHALLENGEFAMILY CEO Zibi Szlufcik is pleased to have Fetch Watersports and Safety, LLC serve as Director of Swim Operations and Safety. “There is nothing more critically important than athlete safety. Fetch Sports has a depth of expertise and experiences working with athletes racing in varying open water environments. We are proud to have Fetch Watersports and Safety, LLC. join our team of expert industry professionals,” says Szlufcik.

Anyone interested in participating in the numerous events offered at CHALLENGEDAYTONA—including Sprint and Middle Distance Triathlons, the Junior Challenge kids’ race, Relay categories, Duathlon and Aquabike events, and 5K/10K run/walk events—is invited to visit for more information and to register. The top six male and female finishers in each Middle-Distance Triathlon age group will qualify for entry in THECHAMPIONSHIP, to be held in May 2020 at the x-bionic sphere in Samorin, Slovakia.