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Orinda Aquatics Top Times

 

Congratulations to our LCM 2014 Team Record breakers!

TOP 10 FASTEST TIME – RECORD BREAKERS:

Megan Colpo, 200 BR (2:39.10), Claire Therien, 200 FR (2:05:90), 400 FR (4:23.62) 800 FR (9:07.47) and 1500 FR (17:27.75) and Talbot Jacobs, 400 FR (3:59.05)

 

AGE GROUP – TOP 5 RECORD BREAKERS:

Girls:

Gillian Flath (11-12) 200 BK, Margaux McDonald (11-12) 200 FLY, Lia Cambell (13-14) 100 FR, 200 FR and 400 FR, Megan Colpo (13-14) 200 BR, Ashleen O’Brien (13-14) 200 FLY, Claire Therien (15-16) 200 FR, 400 FR, Paige Matherson (17-18) 400 FR.

Boys:

Max Cruz Costello (11-12) 100 FLY, Will Nagle (11-12) 400 FR, Jolen Griffin (15-16) 200 FLY and Talbot Jacobs (17-18) 400 FR.        

Orinda Aquatics Age Group Top 5 

 


Time Standards

For a complete of current Pacific Swimming Time Standards click here.

For USA Swimming Time Standards click here.  


USA Swimming Times Search

The USA Swimming website provides easy access to a times data base for each USA swimmer in addition to providing event rankings and individual event rankings. Please make sure that when researching times, in order to effectively research, the specific name as registered with USA Swimming must be used.  Click here to start searching for your best times!


Conversions Between Short Course and Long Course Times

Pacific Swimming no longer requires that entry times be converted between long course and short course. For meets that require that entry times be proved (such as JOs, Far Westerns, and certain meets in the senior program), meet entry time standards will be provided in both short course and long course, and you may enter a qualifying time achieved in either course.

However, it is important to note that Pacific's Rules and Regulations still specify that when you have achieved a specific class level (for example, B or A) in an event in one course, you are considered to be qualified at that same level in all courses. Accordingly, you must always enter a time which maintains the class for which you've qualified in an event.

For example, if you've achieved a short course A time in an event but have never swum the event or have never achieved at this level in the event long course, you must enter at least a minimum long course A time when you enter the event in a long course meet.