Congratulations to Team Champions YDC, Thank you to all of our great officials and volunteers, and good luck to all WI / UP athletes competing at the 2013 National YMCA swim & Diving Championships in Greensboro and Ft. Lauderdale.
Results in Standard Publication Order .pdf
Jon Brenner Scholarship Essays/Entries
Live results (also free on your handheld device with the meet mobile app) - results will also be posted at WSAC.
Results File (for Coaches)
Unlocked MM DB (for Coaches)
YMCA Sanction # CAQ-2013-WI265714
WI Swimming, Inc. APPROVAL NUMBER: WI2013-031A
WI Swimming, Inc. TIME TRIAL: WI2013-032TT
Parking: Meet parking is $5.00 on the lots closest to the pool on the West and East side of the WSAC. The fee is charged only to offset the parking companies fees. Parking on the YMCA/Wheaton Franciscan side is NOT allowed for anyone at the WSAC for the meet. Free parking behind Old Navy / Stores with walking access to the pool. Drop off of athletes and spectators ONLY behind Old Navy - no drop off at WSAC in pay lots. Please do NOT park illegally.
Security - there has been theft from the women's locker room around large events. Bring a lock, do not leave valuables unattended in the locker room. Do not leave valuables in plain sight in parked vehicles.
Psych Sheet 2.0 - updated 3/12 at 3:30PM
Preliminary Session Info / Time line
Team Entry List 2.0 - updated 3/12 at 3:30PM
Heat Sheets (PRINT THESE AT HOME FOR FREE - they are $5 at the meet!)
Friday PM (The last heat of boys and girls 1650 will be combined on Friday night.)
Sat AM 10&U Sat AM 11&O Sat PM 11&O
Sun AM 10&U Sun AM 11&O Sun PM 11&O
Admission / Entry into the building - Doors will not open until 7:00 AM. Spectators with exact change can avoid admission lines.
Friday night - $3, then Saturday and Sunday - $5 for 10&U session and $5 for both 11&O sessions.
note: wifi will NOT be available at the facility this weekend. too many users crashes our meet management capabilities so it will not be available. We have secured a new provider and hope to offer it in the future with a bigger "pipe".