Island Invitational - Results

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STARTING TIMES:

FRIDAY May 14

We WILL be attending the meet on Friday for prelims, but we will not swim in finals.  In lieu of finals, we will attend team dinner and perhaps sight see.

PRELIMS: Warm-Up: 9:15 am Start: 10:15 am Projected End Time: 3:30 pm
*If you swim on Friday morning, you must catch the first ferry out of Tsawwassen (7:00am)
 

SATURDAY May 15

PRELIMS: Warm-Up: 8:00 am  Start: 9:00 am  Projected End Time: 2:30 pm

FINALS: Warm-Up: 5:00 pm Start: 6:00 pm Projected End Time: 8:00 pm

SUNDAY May 16

                              Timed FINALS: Warm-Up: 8:00 am  Start: 9:00 am  Projected End Time: 1:00 pm

 

**We plan to take the Tsawwassen Ferry to Swartz Bay.  Ferries leave about every hour, starting at 7am.  You will want to make a reservation for both directions.   *Remember to bring appropriate documentation for entering Canada .
 
 
 
 
 
 

*If you swim on Friday morning, you must catch the first ferry out of Tsawwassen (7:00am)

International Reservations: Tsawwassen-Swartz Bay ferry information

International Travel: Travelers 16 years of age and older who enter the U.S. at land and sea ports of entry are required to present a valid Passport. For U.S. and Canadian Citizens only, Passport Cards and trusted traveler program cards– NEXUS, SENTRI and FAST–will continue to be accepted for cross-border travel. Or, for U.S. citizens who are also Washington State residents, the Enhanced Driver’s License (EDL) will meet the requirements for proof of citizenship to re-enter the U.S. from Canada by land or sea. U.S. and Canadian citizens who are 15 years old or younger will still be allowed to travel with just a copy of their birth certificate, as will teens between the ages of 16-18 if they are part of an adult supervised school, religious, cultural or athletic group. If both birth parents are not traveling with children, you must have notarized written authorization from the parent(s) along with a telephone number where they can be reached to verify the authorization or proof of custody. Failure to provide such evidence may make you inadmissible to Canada .