Indiana Swimming
Level 3

The things we measure get better. These are the areas we are focused on to emphasize long-term growth for all of our athletes.

Kicking Test Set - Updated June 30, 2021

Qualifiers Board

State Qualifying Relays

Club Records

BA Athlete IMX Scores - Updated July 20, 2021


Ready to move forward? The next step is IM Xtreme (IMX). The IMX ranking includes a series of five IMX Main Logo black backkground cropped or six events at longer distances. Once you've completed the IMX program, you can find out where your IMX score ranks nationally, within your zone, within your LSC rank and on your club.

9 & Under; 10-year olds: 200 Free, 100 Back, 100 Breast, 100 Fly, 200 IM

11-year olds; 12-year olds: 400 Free (LC) or 500 Free (SC), 100 Back, 100 Breast, 100 Fly, 200 IM

13, 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18-year olds: 400 Free (LC) or 500 Free (SC), 200 Back, 200 Breast, 200 Fly, 200 IM, 400 IM

 How do I score points?

Rankings in the program are based on power points a system developed by USA Swimming.

 How do I participate?

Participation in the IMR and IMX is easy. USA Swimming automatically scores and calculates results for all athlete members! Swimmers only need to sign up for a Deck Pass Account, then compete in each required event, at a sanctioned meet, at least once in a season. 
Swimmers have the option of printing certificates that displays their scores for either IMR or IMX. They can also optionally print their national, zone, LSC and/or club rankings for IMX.


Every swim listed in the USA Swimming times database includes a Power Point value. This point system allows for comparison of the quality of performances across strokes, distances and events, as well as between age groups. 

So how exactly does the power point system work? The power point scale ranges from 1 to 1100 points. The higher the points, the stronger you are in that event. We use these points to rank you and your club in our IM Ready, IMX and Virtual Club Championships programs.


Ever wonder how your long course times compare to your short course times? Wonder no more. Comparing your season swims is just one way Power Points can be of use to you. Here are other ways to use it:

  • So you’re pretty decent in your events across the board, but you want to know which events are stronger for you on a national scale. Use Power Points! For example, you can compare your score in the 100 back vs. the 200 back or across several freestyle distances such as the 100, 200, and 400.
  • Look at the strength of one stroke vs. another stroke. For example, compare your freestyle to your breaststroke. Determine the quality of you short course vs. long course swims.
  • This comparison is a great way to measure progress from the end of the short course season through the long course season.