2019 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SUMMER JUNIOR OLYMPIC CHAMPIONSHIPS
Hosted by the FAST Swim Team
July 24 through July 28, 2019
ELIGIBILITY: OPEN ONLY TO 2019 SOUTHERN
CALIFORNIA SWIMMING, USA Swimming REGISTERED SWIMMERS, who have met
the SCS Summer JO time standard in each event entered.
As of June 23, 2019: All athletes 18 years and older must complete the free online ATHLETE PROTECTION TRAINING course to be cleared to compete.
DIRECTIONS: JANET EVANS SWIM COMPLEX, 801 W. Valencia Drive, Fullerton, CA. From the 91 Freeway take the Euclid Avenue Exit. Go North on Euclid to Valencia and turn right on Valencia. The Swim Complex is located on the left.
COURSE: JANET EVANS SWIM COMPLEX is an outdoor heated 8 lane 50 meter competition course, with 6 separate 25 yard warm-up lanes in our small pool, plus 3 x 25 yard lanes in the dive well adjacent to the 50 meter competition course. All 9 lanes are available throughout the competition. This competition course has been certified in accordance with 104.2.2 (C) on file with USA Swimming. Pool Depth Measurements at Start End Lane 1 – 10 = 7’- 10’, 4' at turn end. All starts will be at the deep end except the 200 free and 200 IM relays, which will require 2 of the 4 swimmers to start on the 4' side.
MEET START Preliminaries and Relay sessions will begin at 9:00 a.m. Finals sessions will begin no sooner than 2 hours after the completion TIMES: of the final heat of the preliminary session. THE FIRST FOUR EVENTS each day will close for check-in 30 minutes before the posted start time of the meet that day
DISTANCE EVENTS: The 1500-meter freestyle (all age groups combined) is a “timed final” event with standard seeding procedures. Events will be swum fastest to slowest alternating girls & boys heats. If entries warrant, the 800 Free and/or 1500 Free events will be swum two swimmers per lane. Swimmers in the 800 Freestyle must check in by 5 p.m. on Friday to be swim in the event on Saturday. Coaches may check swimmers in for the 800. Swimmers in the 800 and 1500 Freestyle should be prepared to supply a timer for three heats. Swimmers are also responsible for providing their own lap counters. The fastest heat 800 of will be swum in the evening finals on Saturday.
EVENT A swimmer may enter NO more than NINE events that meet qualifying time standards. Swimmers may swim a MAXIMUM of LIMIT: THREE (3) individual events per day, but may swim NO MORE than SIX individual events for the meet.
FINALS: A consolation and championship final (16 swimmers) will be offered for all events. Relays, 800 & 1500 freestyle are timed finals. The national finals’ scratch rule will be used.