Greetings, SCS Clubs!
 
SCS will be hosting our second Town Hall meeting for our membership on Wed., June 3rd at 6pm.
 
Please feel free to share this info with your team's members, but we ask that you not post it publicly, to help protect the security of meeting access.
  • Intros (Juan Caraveo and Jaime Lewis from USA Swimming will join us)
  • USA Swimming's Facility Re-Opening info
  • SCS 3-Point Guidelines for Return to Practice
  • The collaborative efforts of the 5 California LSCs
  • What we can do to help with the re-opening of pools
Topic: SCS Town Hall Meeting #2
Time: Jun 3, 2020 06:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
 
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Meeting ID: 843 6834 2630
Password: 896589
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Have a good weekend!
 
Sincerely,
Kim O'Shea, Executive Director
Southern California Swimming

 

Championship Meet Information


There are three age-group "championship" meets that take place at the end of the regular Short Course (SC) Season and the Long Course (LC) Season. Typically swimmers are not able (nor are they expected) to swim in all three meets.

The Winter & Summer Festivals are open only to swimmers who have not achieved a blue time in a given event.

The Eastern Committee Long Course and Short Course Championships are open only to swimmers who have achieved at least a red time in a given event. 

Summer Junior Olympics and the June Age Group Championships (JAGS) are open only to swimmers who have achieved a qualifying time standard for those events.  

Winter Junior Olympics and the Winter Age Group Championships (WAGS) are open only to swimmers who have achieved time standards for those meets. 

Every race provides a swimmer with an oppportunity to achieve a best time and/or a new time standard.

All championship meets (and home meets) are mandatory for all qualified swimmers.  Please plan vacations accordingly.