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Time Standards

Meet Time Standards

Some meets, especially at the end of the season, require qualifying times. A swimmer must have swam that event, for example, 50 Free, in the last year under a certain time threshold to swim in that meet. Qualifying times are specified in short course yards (SCY or Y after the time), short course meters (SCM or M after the time), or long course meters (LCM or L after the time). You can use online converters to convert between SCY and SCM, etc., but it is generally better to use an unconverted time if you have it. Most SECAL pools are short course meters, with the exception of Lamar, Pueblo County, and Alamosa. Most Western Slope pools, includin Gunnison, are short course yards.

The standards for the SECAL league meet are listed here. https://www.teamunify.com/TabGeneric.jsp?_tabid_=180276&team=recsecal

On the Colorado Swimming Inc webpage, roll over the "Time Standards CSI" to see standards for the current year for Seasonal State, and, if applicable, Long Course State. https://www.teamunify.com/team/wzcolsc/page/home

Individual Top Times

There are a number of ways to keep track of your swimmer's best times in each event. 

Click "My Account" (in grey) then "My Meet Results." Select your swimmers name and set variables to show only SCY or SCM times, only 1 time or all, or look at specific events.

You can also sort your swimmer's times to see which events they have qualifed for League and Seasonal State meets. Select "standards" in the above search. This will show which events are qualified and how much time needs to dropped for events not yet qualified.