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Aquajets Summer Invite LCM Meet (U of MN)

Jun 24, 2021 - Jun 27, 2021
June, 11 2021

Description

Aquajets Summer Invitational

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

50 meter Long Course format

 

 

I still need volunteers and the sign up link is here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0F45ABAA2DAB9-20214
 
1500 Free and 800 Free sessions - please have swimmers be ready with a timer and counter unless more people sign up:)))
 
Reminder - Coach Food orders are DUE TODAY.  
 

Masks are optional for fully vaccinated people at the meet per CDC and MDH guidelines. ALL 11 & Unders will be required to wear a mask.

Spectators will be allowed for 12 & Under and Distance Sessions ONLY. Spectators must sign up here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/70A0F45ABAA2DAB9-aqjt1

 

Live-Streaming Information: Coming soon!

HOST TEAM: Aquajets Swim Team

MEET LOCATION: 

University of Minnesota, Jean Freeman Aquatic Center, 1910 University Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455

Drop off is by the NORTH Entrance…the entrance by the parking garage on University Ave

MEET TYPE: 

This is a 4-day invitational with Prelim/Finals for 13 & Over and Timed Finals for 12 & Under, with 2020-2021 Minnesota Swimming CH time standards for girls and boys each respective age group (8 & Under, 9-10, 11-12, 13-14 and 15 & Over), for USA Swimming registered athletes and teams only.

The host team reserves the option to adjust the prelim sessions format and number of swimmers qualifying to finals based on entry numbers and capacity limits. The final prelim/finals format will be communicated to all teams attending by June 21st, 2021.

Athletes with one qualifying time may swim up to four additional bonus individual events, provided they have the 2020-2021 Minnesota Swimming Gold time standard for their girls and boys in those bonus events in their respective age group. The 400/500 Freestyle, 800/1000 Freestyle, 1500/1650 Freestyle and 400 IM can not be used as bonus events, swimmers must have the qualifying time to be entered in these events. The host team may use lower qualifying times for their team.

Teams will be allowed one coach per 10 athletes in a session.

 

The Meet Director reserves the right to modify all warmup and session start times (earlier or later) as dictated by entry numbers and meet needs. Participating teams will be notified if any changes are made.
 

AWARDS: None

ENTRY LIMITS: Age of a swimmer is determined by their age on the first day of the meet. A swimmer may compete in a maximum of 3 individual events per day and a maximum of 7 events for the meet.

MEET FEES: Athlete $110/flat fee (includes AQJT fee) plus $2.20 per individual event MNSI fee.

COVID-19 PROCEDURES: 

Key Safety Considerations

1 .Facility capacity limits will be followed on meet date.

2. All staff, coaches, volunteers and officials will be required to wear cloth masks at all times. Athletes will be required to wear a mask at all times until immediately before they enter the water. Lifeguards (U of MN only) will be required to wear masks at all times they are not on the lifeguard stand. Once a guard takes the stand, he/she may remove their mask to allow for emergency response. We will place a perimeter around our elevated stands that will allow for anyone approaching the lifeguard to be a minimum six feet away.

3. Anyone in the facility who has to be reminded more than three times about mask adherence will be asked to leave. Lifeguards, officials and meet marshals will be providing reminders to people in the facility during the meet. The decision for a person to be removed from the meet will be made by the Meet Director and/or Facility Director.

4. Athletes will use the spectator seating area to allow for proper physical distancing. Deck access will be controlled and monitored by meet director and officials.

5. Locker rooms may be accessed for restroom use and changing only. To maintain proper distancing, a limited number of people will be allowed in the locker room at a time. Facility staff and/or volunteers will monitor the number of people in the locker rooms.

6. Warm ups may happen in multiple sessions to keep pool capacity within MDH guidelines.

7. Outside doors will lock at a predetermined time once all athletes and personnel have entered and remain locked for the duration of the event. If anyone requires reentry during the event this must be arranged with the Meet Directors.

8. No spectators are allowed at this time. Meet organizers may provide live streaming of the event should they choose.

9. Alternative displays of good sporting conduct will be encouraged. No handshakes, high-fives, hugs, excessive cheering, etc. will be allowed.

10. A waiver may be completed before entering the facility.

11. The host team will communicate all expectations and protocols for the meet to the teams participating in a timely matter before the meet date to ensure all participants are clearly aware of the requirements.

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