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Championship Meet Info

2019-2020 Fall/Winter Season

A Champs (March 6-8)

Location: Trotwood-Madison High School 

Qualification standards: Participate in 3 meets for AMFY between September 1 and February 24.

The A level champs is open to any swimmers who have participated in 3 meets for us during the year and who have not achieved 7 or more AA qualifying times. We require all AMFY swimmers who have not achieved 3 or more AA qualifying times to attend at least one day of this meet. Swimmers who have between 3-6 AA cuts are welcome to participate, but are not required (they can only swim events for which they do NOT have AA cut times).

This meet is prelims-finals for 11 and overs, meaning top swimmers from the 11 and over morning session may qualify for the finals meet in the evening of the same day. We want all AMFY swimmers who qualify for finals to participate. The finals is held at the same location (Trotwood Madison) as prelims.

 

AA Champs (March 13-15)

Location: Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center

Qualification standards: Achieve AA Time Standards

The AA level champs is open to any swimmers who have achieved at least one AA qualifying time in an individual event. On some occasions we will take swimmers who have NOT qualified individually to use on relays. We require all AMFY swimmers who qualify for AA Champs to attend this meet and swim the events for which they qualify. This is our biggest meet of the year for the team, so we want full and enthusiastic participation from our swimmers.

This meet is prelims-finals for 11 and overs, meaning top swimmers from the 11 and over morning session may qualify for the finals meet in the evening of the same day. We want all AMFY swimmers who qualify for finals to participate. The finals is held at the same location (Miami University) as prelims.

 

Zone Champs (March 20-22)

Location: Canton-McKinley High School

Qualification standards: Achieve Zone Times 

The Zone level champs is open to any swimmers who have achieved at least one Zone qualifying time in an individual event. We will take swimmers who have NOT qualified individually to use on relays if our relay meets the qualifying standard. We strongly encourage AMFY swimmers who qualify for Zone Champs to attend this meet and swim the events for which they qualify. It is a big honor to qualify for this meet. While we do not make participation mandatory, keep in mind that if a swimmer on a relay team that qualifies for Zones chooses NOT to participate at Zones, it may prevent the other relay swimmers from attending as well. 

There is no 8 and under category for this meet. 8 and unders can technically qualify, but they must meet 9-10 year old standards. This meet is timed finals. There are no evening finals sessions for swimmers.

 

YMCA National Championships (March 30 - April 3)

Location: Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro NC

Qualification standards: Achieve National times

The YMCA National Championships is the highest level of YMCA competition. Participants must achieve a National qualifying time in an individual event. On some occasions we will take swimmers who have NOT qualified individually to use on relays, but we strongly prefer to use swimmers with individual cuts to swim relays. There are no age groups at this meet. A swimmer must be at least 12 years old on day one of the meet to be eligible to participate. Typically only high school aged swimmers qualify for this meet.

This is a week-long meet with prelims and finals every day. It is often a crowning achievement to qualify for this meet, and is a HUGE honor to participate. While we do not require those who qualify to attend, we strongly encourage those who qualify to swim the events for which they qualify. Since this meet is during weekdays, the swimmers should make advance arrangements with schools to ensure they are properly excused from classes that week.

Participation at practice in the weeks leading up to the meet is mandatory for those who plan to attend. 

AMFY NATIONAL TEAM INFO PAGE

 


 

2020 Summer Season

League Long Course Champs (July 9-12)

Location: Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center

Qualification requirements: Participate in 3 YMCA meets between September 1 and July 8, time standards for certain events

Our league's long course champs are open to any swimmers who have participated in at least three YMCA meets since September 1, 2019. While you do not necessarily have to have swim a long course meet during the summer, we highly recommend it to help with seed times for the meet. There are time standards for most (but not all) events, and the swimmer must have swam the entered event at some point within the past year. We hope that all members of our long course team participate fully and enthusiastically in this meet.

This meet is prelims-finals for 11 and overs FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENTS. This means the top swimmers from the 11 and over morning session may qualify for the finals meet in the evening of the same day. We hope that all AMFY swimmers who qualify for finals will participate to score points for our team. The finals is held at the same location (Miami University) as prelims.

There are timed finals on Thursday afternoon/evening for the 1500 and 800 free events. 10 and under swimmers participate in timed finals on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

 

USA Swimming Long Course JO Champs (July 23-26)

Location: Miami University, Corwin M. Nixon Aquatic Center

Qualification requirements: Achieve JO cut times, TBA

The meet is exclusive for swimmers 14 and younger. You must be registered with our USA Swimming division of AMFY to participate in this meet.

This meet is prelims-finals FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY EVENTS. This means the top swimmers from the 11 and over morning session may qualify for the finals meet in the evening of the same day. We hope that all AMFY swimmers who qualify for finals will participate to score points for our team. The finals is held at the same location (Miami University) as prelims.

 

YMCA National Long Course Championships (July 28-August 1)

Location: Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro NC

Qualification standards: Achieve Long Course National Time Standards

The YMCA National Championships is the highest level of YMCA competition. Participants must achieve a National qualifying time in an individual event. On some occasions we will take swimmers who have NOT qualified individually to use on relays, but we strongly prefer to use swimmers with individual cuts to swim relays. There are no age groups at this meet. A swimmer must be at least 12 years old on day one of the meet to be eligible to participate. Typically only high school aged swimmers qualify for this meet.

This is a week-long meet with prelims and finals every day. It is often a crowning achievement to qualify for this meet, and is a HUGE honor to participate. While we do not require those who qualify to attend, we strongly encourage those who qualify to swim the events for which they qualify. 

Participation at practice in the weeks leading up to the meet is mandatory for those who plan to attend.