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Lanier FMC Swim Meet

Sep 26, 2020
September, 9 2020
JR PURPLE #1, JR PURPLE #2, JR RW #1, JR RW #1, JR RW #2, RW, TS 1 5D, TS #2 5 DAY, TS #3 DAY

Description

Location:  Frances Meadows Aquatic and Community Center

Sept 26, 2020 Saturday
1545 Community Way,
Gainesville, Ga. 30501.
770-533-5850
10 lanes 25-yard pool with separate 4 lane 25-yard warm up pool (may not be used
depending on entry numbers), stadium spectator seating, Colorado timing and
scoreboard. The competition course has been certified in accordance with 104.2.2C(4).
The pool has been certified as per USA Swimming standards and is on file with USA
Swimming. The water depth of the pool is 12 feet at start end and 4 feet at turn end.
(measured from a distance of 3' 3 1/2" (1.0 mtr) to 16' 5" (5mtrs) from both end walls.

 
 
 
 
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are
present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and
death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and
individuals with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable.
USA Swimming, Inc., cannot prevent you (or your child(ren)) from becoming exposed to,
contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while participating in USA Swimming sanctioned
events. It is not possible to prevent against the presence of the disease. Therefore, if you
choose to participate in a USA Swimming sanctioned event, you may be exposing yourself
to and/or increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19.
? BY ATTENDING OR PARTICIPATING IN THIS COMPETITION, YOU VOLUNTARILY
ASSUME ALL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 AND FOREVER
RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS USA SWIMMING AND [THE LSC] AND EACH OF
THEIR OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, EMPLOYEES OR OTHER
REPRESENTATIVES FROM ANY LIABILITY OR CLAIMS INCLUDING FOR PERSONAL
INJURIES, DEATH, DISEASE OR PROPERTY LOSSES, OR ANY OTHER LOSS,
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CLAIMS OF NEGLIGENCE AND GIVE UP ANY
CLAIMS YOU MAY HAVE TO SEEK DAMAGES, WHETHER KNOWN OR UNKNOWN,
FORESEEN OR UNFORESEEN, IN CONNECTION WITH EXPOSURE, INFECTION,
AND/OR SPREAD OF COVID-19 RELATED TO PARTICIPATION IN THIS
 
No more than one (1) spectator per household allowed into the facility. There is a
maximum of 200 people total (including, swimmers, coaches, officials, volunteers, and
spectators) allowed inside the Aquatics Facility. Upon entry into the facility, all spectators
will have their temperatures checked. No chairs are to be brought into the facility.
Spectators are not to set up areas in the natatorium bleachers. The area by the glass
windows to the Natatorium will be for viewing races, please only remain in this area
when your swimmer is actively racing. No teams or spectators will be allowed to set up
chairs or permanent spots in the viewing area.

TEAM AREAS: Swimmers and spectators are to social distance throughout the facility. Masks are
encouraged throughout the facility. Each team will have assigned areas, one for
Swimmers (in the bleachers) and one for Spectators (outside of the Natatorium).

RULES: 102.8 SWIMWEAR  
.1 Design 
F. No Technical Suit may be worn by any 12 & Under USA Swimming athlete member in
competition at any Sanctioned, Approved or Observed meet. 
 
1) A Technical Suit is one that has the following components: 
a. Any suit with any bonded or taped seams regardless of its fabric or silhouette; or 
b. Any suit with woven fabric extending past the hips.
 
(Note: WOVEN FABRIC-A suit with woven fabric and sewn seams that does not extend
below the hips is permitted.) 
(Note: KNIT FABRIC-A suit with knit fabric and sewn seams not extending below the knees
is permitted.) 
 
This rule is in effect for all USA Swimming competitions in the United States, so
any manufacturer or vendor selling a suit in the United States is subject to the above
rule. No Technical Suits may be worn by any 12-Under USA Swimming athlete member in
competition at any Sanctioned, Approved or Observed meet.
 
Current USA Swimming Rules, including the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy
(“MAAPP”), will govern this meet.
Use of audio or visual recording devices, including a cell phone, is not permitted in
changing areas, rest rooms or locker rooms.
Any swimmer entered in the meet, must be certified by a USA Swimming member-coach
as being proficient in performing a racing start or must start each race from within the
water. When unaccompanied by a member coach, it is the responsibility of the swimmer
or the swimmer’s legal guardian to ensure compliance with this requirement.
Deck changes are prohibited. (Defined as changing, in whole or in part, into or out of a
swimsuit when wearing just one suit in an area other than a permanent or temporary
locker room, bathroom, changing room or other space designated for changing
purposes). Swimmers participating in deck changing could be subject to removal from
further competition in the meet.
On deck registrations will not be permitted during this event.
Operation of a drone, or any other flying apparatus, is prohibited over the venue (pools,
athlete/coaches’ areas, spectator areas and open ceiling locker rooms) any time athletes,
coaches, officials and /or spectators are present. Exceptions may be granted with prior
written approval by the Program Operations Vice Chair, Program & Events Committee

Chair, or designee.
Photos and videos may be taken of swimmers during the meet by parents or a
professional photographer retained by the host club. All participants agree to be filmed or
photographed by photographers designated by the meet host and to allow the meet host
the right to use names, pictures, likenesses, and biographical information before, during,
or after the period of participation in Georgia Swimming competitions to promote
swimming and meets hosted by the meet organizer. If you do not wish to have your
child(ren) photographed, you may withdraw your consent by informing the Meet Director
before the start of the first day of the meet.
A swimmer must start and finish the race in the same lane.
Deck Pass is acceptable proof of USA Swimming membership.
Swimmers participating under the provisions of 202.9 or USA Swimming’s “open border”
policy must be under the supervision of their own coach or a USA Swimming member
coach. The Meet Director or Meet Referee may assist the swimmer in deciding for such
supervision, but it is the swimmer’s responsibility to make such arrangements prior to the
start of the meet.
 
 
AWARDS: Ribbons will be awarded for 1 st through 8 th place for individual events for the 8&;U, 10 &U,11-12, 13-14 and Senior age groups.
SCORING: Team scores will not be kept for this meet.
CONCESSIONS: Basic concessions will be offered.
GEORGIA WARM-UP
POLICY:

The Georgia Swimming approved warm-up guidelines will be followed for this meet.
Warm-up lane assignments will be posted at the pool. USA Swimming Certified Coaches
must supervise in the vicinity of all warm-up activities.
Refer www.gaofficials.org/documents

GEORGIA SCRATCH RULE: Refer www.gaofficials.org/documents
ENTRY FEES: ? IND EVENT FEE: $5.00 / Event
*5 Events per day plus $8 CWGA Fee per swimmer
Warm-ups 8:00 AM, Start 9:00 AM
*5 Events per day
Girls Event Numbers Event Boys Event Numbers
1 11-12 50 Fly 2
3 10 Under 50 Fly 4
5 8 Under 25 Fly 6
7 11-12 50 Back 8
9 10  Under 50 Back 10
11 8 Under 25 Back 12
13 11-12 50 Breast 14
15 10  Under 50 Breast 16
17 8  Under 25 Breast 18
19 11-12 50 Free 20
21 10 & Under 50 Free 22
23 8 &Under 25 Free 24
25 11-12 100 IM 26
27 10 & Under 100 IM 28
29 8 & Under 100 IM 30

Session 2

Warm-ups not before 11:30 AM

Girls Event Numbers Event Boys Event Numbers
31 13-14 100 Fly 32
33 Senior 100 Fly 34
35 Open 50 Fly 36
37 13-14 100 Back 38
39 Senior 100 Back 40
41 Open 50 Back 42
43 13-14 100 Breast 44
45 Senior 100 Breast 46
47 Open 50 Breast 48
49 13-14 100 Free 50
51 Senior 100 Free 52
53 Open 50 Free 54
55 13-14 200 IM 56
57 Senior 200 IM 58
59 Open 100 IM 60
 
 

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