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At the CCAA's wrap-up meeting on August 2, the team representatives voted to hold the The Snee Farm Swim Team captured its fifth consecutive City Meet championship and its . Heat sheets will cost $10, and City Meet T-shirts will cost $ in serving as CCAA referees and stroke and turn judges can be found on our. MYST enters a variety of meets throughout the swim season. Some are large The YMCA District Championship meet, or “Districts,” is held . the ones they turn in at this meet, to see . Coaches usually write the event, heat, and lane on each. Mid State All Star Meet - Swimmers that intend to apply for this year's team are encouraged to register on the Team Ohio page now. Registrations for the team Open MRST, Results, TM. 1/27, Turn Up HEAT Age Group and Open, Results, TM.
Psych Sheets A ranking of swimmers by event and time.
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Lane Number This is your assigned lane in the pool that you will be racing in, during your heat. Typically, the fastest swimmers in each heat get assigned to the middle lanes. Unattached A term used to identify a swimmers team affiliation in lieu of being officially attached to a team within the organization.
Relay You can either compete in an individual event, where you swim a race alone, or you can compete as part of a relay. A relay is typically a combination of 4 swimmers on the same team.
Relays are usually either freestyle, or a medley. A freestyle medley means that swimmer 1 swims 50 yards freestyle, then swimmer 2 immediately swims the second leg, then swimmers 3 and 4 swim legs 3 and 4 consecutively. A medley is similar, but each swimmer is responsible for completing a different stroke of the I.
Swimmer 1 does backstroke, swimmer 2 does breaststroke, swimmer 3 does butterfly, and swimmer 4 does freestyle.
Leg A portion, normally one-quarter, of an individual event or relay event, of the event. Long course pool A pool configured for swimming with a meter long race course. Slang for individual medley, an event in which the swimmer uses all four competitive strokes in the following order: Check in Event organizers will have a check-in table set up at the meet.
When you arrive, go to the table and check in with the staff to confirm that you are present. Some meets have a strict policy that you have to check-in at least 1 hour prior to the start of the meet. This touchpad is very sensitive and works best when you push your fingers into it aggressively at the end of your race to ensure your split is recorded.
Watch Time The recorded time from a watch started and stopped manually by a lane timer. Split A split is the exact second that divides one lap from another. Split time is the amount of time that adds up between two splits. A timer can record a split after one lap — the length of the pool; two laps — down and back — or any other distance he chooses. Recording splits and calculating times is useful in determining what legs of the race are covered in what amount of time.
A DQ is a disqualification from an event. If you are disqualified in a race, it means that you have broken one or more of the rules designated for that stroke or for that event. The judge will raise their arm, then fill out a DQ slip. You will be notified of your DQ after your race, and you will not be able to place to win a ribbon or medal.
Disqualifications can be seen as a sad or horrible thing, but it is not the end of the world! Pool record A pool record is the fastest recorded time that a swimmer has ever swam a specific event in that pool. Points Points are awarded to the team for swimmers placing in individual meets and in relays. A winner is determined at the end of each meet. Exhibition swimmer The reasons are complicated, but sometimes coaches will enter an athlete in an event as an exhibition swimmer.
Most of the time, this simply means the coaches were limited in the number of official swimmers they could enter, or there were no-shows that left empty lanes, etc. Taper The resting process in training for swimming competition. During the middle of their swimming season a swimmer may work out 10 to 15 thousand meters 8 to 10 miles each day.
A perfectly designed taper will enable the swimmer to compete at their peak capability and is one of the most difficult aspects of swim coaching. Warm up Used by the swimmer before the race to get their muscles loose and ready to race. Do I need a technical suit like those in the Olympics to compete in swimming?
Technical suits are very expensive and used by elite swimmers during championship-level swim meets. How do I know what time I will be swimming? Swim meet events do not typically run by the clock. Swim meets begin at a designated time, and proceed through the event list in consecutive order, regardless of how long it takes.
It is up to you to know what events and heats you are competing in, and to be aware of the pace in which the meet is running at. Ask someone on the pool deck for help in understanding what heat it is. Although we like to encourage our athletes to push themselves and swim through their nerves, sometimes you just have to cancel or skip an event.
Warm-up in the competition pool will be available for one hour prior to the start of each session. Online meet entry is encouraged. Online individual entries completed by No individual deck entries will be allowed. Age on December 31, determines age group for the meet. You must be at least 18 to compete. Swimmers are limited to entering a total of 6 individual events for the entire meet and no more than 5 individual events per day.
There will be no refunds.
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Credit card processing by ClubAssistant. Relay-only swimmers are encouraged to enter online BEFORE relay team entry opens on August 7 in order to best help coaches form relays. Relay-only swimmers last option to enter online is 8: Relay-only swimmers option to deck enter in person at the pool is on August 10 between 7: If entry is processed by paper on August 10, relay-only swimmers must sign a consolidated entry card.
Online relay team entry will be available for coaches beginning 1: Friday's relays close online entry at 8am Friday. All events will be seeded and swum slowest to fastest, except the m and the m Freestyle which will be swum fastest to slowest.
Men and women will be seeded together for the, and m Freestyle and also the m Individual Medley, based on entry time. Men and women will swim separately for all other individual events.
Scoring will be by gender and age group. The m Freestyle may be limited to the first 60 entries at the discretion of the meet director. Swimmers may only swim the m or m Freestyle, not both.