Polar Plunges

2020 Polar Plunge Season Set

Polar PlungeThe first two 2020 Polar Plunges are in the books, but you still have three chances to have the Chill of a Lifetime supporting Special Olympics Kentucky this year. It’s not too late to take the Plunge in Louisville, Lexington or Western Kentucky.

The Louisville Plunge will return for its second year at Texas Roadhouse Middletown on Feb. 22. Lexington will follow one week later on Feb. 29 at the Texas Roadhouse on Richmond Rd. The Western Kentucky Plunge and Polar 5k will finish out the Plunge season at Kentucky Dam Village State Resort Park in Gilbertsville on March 7.

The Western Kentucky Plunge will again feature two ways to go into the water. You can jump from a dock or run in from the beach, OR you can do both and add the Polar 5k to complete the Triple Crown Challenge.

Once again, you can commit to the cold and raise money to support Special Olympics athletes by jumping in any of the Plunges, or you can register as a Virtual Plunger, skip the jump, raise money for Special Olympics and still qualify for great fundraising prizes. No matter how you choose to take part, your participation helps provide opportunities for the more than 10,200 athletes who participate in Special Olympics Kentucky programs annually.

For more information about how you can take part in the 2020 Polar Plunge nearest you, contact Taylor Ballinger (Greater Cincinnati, Lexington and Lake Cumberland) at 502-695-8222 or tballinger@soky.org, Jennifer McMahon (Louisville) at 502-326-5002 or jmcmahon@soky.org or Laura Miller (Western Kentucky) at 270-293-9054 or lmiller@soky.org.

Click on the location to find out more about this year’s Plunge events:

Greater Cincinnati
Lake Cumberland
  Western Kentucky

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