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Team Agreements and Documents

REPRESENTATIVE SWIM TEAM AGREEMENT

Prior to competing on behalf of the Cayman Islands, all national team swimmers are required to sign a Representative Swim Team Agreement agreeing to abide by the rules, guidelines, discipline and sanctions governing the behaviour of swimmers representing the Cayman Islands. When a swimmer is under the age of 18 years of age, the Parent and/or legal guardian of the swimmer must also sign the Agreement.

Please click here for a copy of the Agreement and  here copy a copy of the Team Members Quick Contact Information.

Please email the Representative Team Committee for more information or with any queries.

 

REPRESENTATIVE TEAM DOCUMENTS

Representative Team Protocols 

Team Manager Terms of Reference

Assistant Team Manager/Chaperone Terms of Reference

Coaches Terms of Reference

Junior Team Selection Process

Development Team Selection Process

Time Standards

 

CIASA COMPETITIONS

CIASA Level 1 Competition: an aquatics competition that CIASA has complete jurisdiction over (in terms of qualifying standards and criteria) and is open to all swimmers (citizens and residents) (such as CARIFTA).

CIASA Level 2 Competition: an aquatics competition that CIASA does not have complete jurisdiction over (for example, where the qualifying standards and criteria are set by a third party such as FINA for the FINA World Championships) and is open to citizens only.

CIASA Level 3 Competition: an aquatics competition that forms part of a multi-sport games (i.e. CAC Games, Pan Am Games, Commonwealth Games, Olympic Games) where CIASA comes under the jurisdiction of the Cayman Islands Olympic Committee and only citizens are allowed to compete. While the Island Games forms part of this category, CIASA works with the Cayman Island Games Association and has jurisdiction over qualifying standards and criteria. The Island Games is open to all swimmers (citizens and residents).