Senior Champs

NPB SWIMMING
Jul 24, 2019

Find attached the heat sheets for the meet this weekend. 
 
Parking: The act of drivers parking vehicles in an illegal or restricted area such as, but not limited to, a fire zone, where signs are posted, in crosswalks, on sidewalks, double parking, or blocking a fire hydrant as dictated by area traffic laws may result in a violation, fee or towing at the owners’ expense. The Coral Springs Swim Club, Coral Springs Booster Club or the City of Coral Springs are NOT responsible for fines.
Rules (MAAPP/ APT): Current USA Swimming Rules and Florida Gold Coast rules will govern this meet. Safety rules as outlined by USA Swimming and as recommended by the referee, will be in effect. Except where venue facilities require otherwise, changing into or out of swimsuits other than in locker rooms or other designated areas is not appropriate and is prohibited.
All applicable adults participating in or associated with this meet, acknowledge that they are subject to the provisions of the USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (“MAAPP”), and that they understand that compliance with the MAAPP policy is a condition of participation in the conduct of this competition.
All 18 and over swimmers must complete the APT training prior to the start of the meet. Swimmers who fail to complete the course and end up swimming at the meet, may be fined $50 per splash.
Operation of a drone, or any other flying apparatus, is prohibited over the venue (pools, athlete/coach areas, spectator areas and open ceiling locker rooms) any time athletes, coaches, officials and/or spectators are present. Exceptions may be granted with prior written approval by the Vice President of Program Operations.
 
Closed DeckSpectators will only be permitted in designated areas of the pool deck unless they are registered with USA Swimming as an athlete or as a non-athlete working the meet. The only exception is for timers and volunteers assisting with the conduct of the meet. Coaches will be permitted inside of the roped of areas of the pool deck provided they have shown proper credentials to the meet host and do not interfere with those conducting the event. Coaches are requested to wear their coaching credentials at all times.
Seeding: Eligible entries shall be seeded in the following order – Long Course Meters, followed by Short Course Meters, followed by Short Course Yards. All events will be seeded fastest to slowest.
1500 free seeding:   Eligible entries shall be seeded in the following order – Long Course Meters, followed by Short Course Meters, followed by Short Course Yards. All events will be seeded fastest to slowest. 
1500 Free: Teams must provide timers and counters for the 1500 free.   

Finals: Any swimmer who competes in a preliminary heat and qualifies to the Consolation Final or Championship Final, must declare his/her possible intention to scratch within thirty (30) minutes of announcement or posting of the preliminary results of that event and further declare their final intentions within 30 minutes of their last individual preliminary event. Scratches will be declared by drawing a single line and initialing on the preliminary results maintained by the Clerk of Course. “Failure to Swim” Consolation or Championship Finals or positive check-in event will result in the swimmer being fined $25.00 (cash only). Upon payment of fine, the swimmer will be eligible to continue competing in the meet. In case of missing a Sunday night final, payment of $25.00 (cash only) must be made in order to compete in future FGC Senior Championship meets.

The Championship finals will follow the consolation final.
Meet Information:    Updates to meet information as well as timelines, psych sheets, real time results and TM result file for the meet will be posted on the internet after entries are processed. Look for the information at  www.c sscswim.com. Finals' heat sheets will be posted online and emailed to all the coaches.