Accept or decline the swim meet invite when notified by email. If full meet attendance is not possible, indicate the sessions your swimmer is able to attend.
Get your swimmer to the pool 15 minutes before the start of warm-up.
Consult the meet package, your group leader and/or coach to know the start time of the swim meet.
Advise your coach by text and/or email if you are running late or if your swimmer(s) is no longer able to attend.
Work with group parent leaders to communicate the times of the swim meet, send reminders and disseminate the meet package to parents and swimmers.
Ensure parents have your text/email.
Remind swimmers of their responsibility to check in and out with coaches during the swim meet.
Check in with your coach as soon as you arrive to make sure the coach has seen and knows you are on deck.
Check out with your coach when you are finished racing and wish to leave the pool deck.
Stay for the whole session to cheer on teammates. Always wear your CBAC swim cap (while racing) and CBAC clothing on deck.
Check to see if you have a second swim in finals that evening.
Check to see if you have been placed on a relay even if you don’t have an individual race in the evening.
At away swim meets swimmers will be expected to return at night for the warm ups, and to cheer on teammates at finals.
Swimmers are expected to wear CBAC clothing to inspire a team culture and self-confidence.
CBAC crested swim caps distributed at the beginning of the season and are expected to be worn by swimmers while racing.
When not racing, swimmers are expected to wear their CBAC t-shirts (distributed to each swimmer at the start of the season) and/or crested Team parka, tracksuit, or hoodie (all of which are available for order through the CBAC website).