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Q: What are Champ Times and Reserve Times? 

A:  Champ and Reserve times are qualifying times for the League Championship (Champ) Series meet at the end of the summer swimming season.  These are also used as motivational times to gauge swimmer's progress compared to other swimmers in his/her age group.  

Novice Swimmer:  Swimmers who have never bettered a Reserve time in a stroke or who have no official time in a stroke shall be considered a Novice swimmer in that stroke.

Reserve Swimmer:  Swimmers who have equaled or bettered a Reserve time in a stroke at any CCSL meet during the current swim season, or who are in the age group 13 & 14 or older, shall be considered a Reserve swimmer in that stroke.  SEALS who achieve a Reserve time in a stroke will be acknowledge with a blue Reserve swim cap.  

Champ Swimmer: Swimmers who have equaled or bettered a Championship time in a stroke at any CCSL meet during the current swim season, shall be considered a Championship swimmer in that stroke.  SEALS who achieve a Champ time in a stroke will be acknowledged with a green Champ swim cap.  

In order to be eligible for participation in the Championship Meet Series, swimmers must have competed in at least two CCSL meets for the team by whom they are entered.  They may then swim no more than three (3) events in the championship series.  If a swimmer swims the 50 Free in the Novice meet and achieves a Reserve time, then swims the 50 Free in the Reserve meet and achieves a Champ time in that event, they are then allowed to swim the 50 Free in the Champ meet and this would still be considered one (1) event. Please see a board member if you have any questions.