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15 - November 15, 2019
All events must be swum in their entirety on or between these
3000 or 6000 continuous yards or meters in any 25-yard or 25-meter
pool. Individuals may enter both events.
25-yard or 25-meter pool
- Yard pool swimmers submit your
splits and final times in yards.
- Meter pool swimmers must swim
3000 or 6000 meters and submit your final times and splits in
meters. The online entry system automatically converts meter times
to yard times integrating them with the 25-yard final results.
- US swimmers must be 2019 U.S.
Masters Swimming registered members on or before the day of their
swim. Entries will be verified before results are accepted.
- All entries must be submitted
- Foreign swimmers must be a
member of an equivalent FINA member organization on or before the
day of their swim. Foreign entrants must submit a copy of their
organization’s 2019 registration card to the event director
by email by November 25, 2019. Foreign swimmers are not eligible
for USMS records or All-American status.
Individual entries: November 25, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Hawaii time
Relay entries: December 5, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Hawaii time
Records submission: November 25, 2019, 11:59 p.m. Hawaii time
Split sheets for individuals who break national
records must be received by the event director via e-mails or U.S.
Preliminary results: December 7, 2019
Final results: December 31, 2019
- Individual Events: $12 each
($15 for foreign swimmers)
- Relay Events: $16 each ($20 for
Fees are non-refundable. Fees must be paid by credit card and will
be processed by "ClubAssistant.com Events".
Events: Men and women compete separately in five-year
age groups: 18-24, 25-29, 30-34,...., 100+ The swimmer's age on
December 31, 2019 determines the age group, therefore each swimmer
may only swim in one age group for the 2019 USMS 3000/6000 ePostal
Relay events will be contested in three categories: three men,
three women, four mixed (two men, two women)
Each club is entered automatically in the club event. Club
scores are calculated on the basis of quality points,
which are the ratios of each individual’s time to the
corresponding USMS record for the gender and age group. The faster
the swim, the more quality points a swimmer earns. A club’s
point total equals the sum of the quality points of each of its
swimmers. Because every swimmer receives quality points, every