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Tsunami Swim Team presents the IMX Program!

Are You Ready?


The IMX challenge is a USA swimming sponsored motivational program which encourages athletes to participate in multiple distances of all strokes including the Individual Medley. Swimmers earn points by completing a combination of five to six different events dependent on the swimmer's age. Points are scored by performance and ranking in each event by USA swimming which will culminate into a total IMX score after each competition. The purpose of the program is to promote versatility in Age Group swimmers and to encourage athletes to train and develop in different strokes with the aim of becoming a competitive well rounded swimmer.

To achieve an IMX score, swimmers must compete in all listed events at least once within a calendar season (SCY and LCM) in sanctioned USA swim meets.

Once a swimmer has an IMX score, they can see where they rank within their club, LSC and nationally.

To find out more about the IMX in general and the TST awards progression, click here. (coming soon)

How do I see my scores?

Click here to see updated rankings and scores within Tsunami Swim Team. (coming soon)


 

Link to USA Swimming Deck Pass

 

How Do I Know My Swimmer's USA Swimming ID Number?

Here is how is an explanation of the number and how it is generated so each swimmer can figure out his/her number:

A unique 14 part number assigned to each swimmer once registered.

The first 6 digits are the swimmers birth date: mm/dd/yy; the next three letters
are the first three letters of athletes legal first name; the next letter is the middle
initial, followed by the first four letters of the swimmers last name

Example: Robert Cason Bird and born September 27, 1976 = 092776ROBCBIRD

If you do not have a middle initial or last name four letters or
longer, the missing characters are a star (*). Sylvia Cho would be mmddyysyl*cho*.