Phillips 66 National Championships & World Championship Trials
Location: William Woollett Aquatics Center, Irvine, California
Pool: 50 LCM
This is a qualifying meet.
Concussion protocols: Coaches must complete the required California concussion protocol training prior to coaching at the meet. Parents and athletes must complete the concussion information and acknowledgement form. Bring proof of completing the concussion training as well as the parent/swimmer concussion acknowledgement form to the meet. Information is listed below.
Qualifying Period for Entry Times for 2020 Olympic Team Trials - Swimming
Qualifying period will be November 28, 2018 through the entry deadline.
The 2020 Olympic Trials qualifying period will be from November 28, 2018 through the entry deadline in June 2020. As the actual 2020 Trials dates have not yet been finalized, the closing date for qualification will only be announced once the Trials dates are confirmed. Time standards for the 2020 Trials will not be released until late September 2018.
The opening date for qualification (November 28, 2018, the first day of the Winter Nationals in Greensboro, N.C.) is later than past quadrennials, as the Trials organizers would like to be better manage the total number of athletes that qualify for the competition. At both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Trials there was overcrowding, with over 1750 athletes at each of the competitions. The goal for Trials is to have 1200-1400 athletes in attendance.
Please note that performances from the summer 2018 Nationals and Junior Nationals will not count toward the 2020 Trials qualifying.
- 2018 Phillips 66 National Champ Time Standards plus bonus.pdf
- 2018 Summer Nationals and Junior Nationals Doping Control for posting.pdf
- 2018 California Concussion Protocols.pdf
- USAS concussion info sheet for parents and swimmers with CA form.pdf