FAST Forms and Documents

Please see the table below for links to the FAST forms, policies, and documents. If you have questions about any of the documents herein, please contact either your swimmer's lead coach or Head Coach Joe Keller.

FAST Policy Handbook
This handbook contains all of the policies that FAST adheres to. All families need to read and agree to abide by these policies when registering for each season with FAST.

2018-2019 Registration Information
This is the registration information for the 2018-2019 season. All registration can be conducted online. This includes the registration process, annual and monthly fees, training group descriptions, training group schedules, codes of conduct, and event support requirements.

FAST Emergency Medical Release Form
This emergency medical release form is required documentation for all FAST athletes. Please turn your completed form in to the FAST Business Manager before attending your first training session.

2018 USA Swimming Athlete Registration
This is the registration form required of all FAST swimmers that is sent to USA Swimming each fall.

2018-2019 National Team Contract
This document lays out the expectations and requirements expected of those athletes invited to train with the National Team.

2018-2019 FHS Swimming & Diving Information
2018-2019 FHS Athlete Information Sheet

2018-2019 FHS Swimming & Diving Meet Schedule
These are the handouts from the high school call out meeting. These handouts are only for athletes that will be competing for Fishers High School during the 2018-2019 high school season.

Racing Start Safety and Certification Protocol
USA Swimming has implemented a racing start certification program where a swimmer's coach documents his or her professional judgment that a swimmer has demonstrated sufficient skill to safely perform a racing start into 4 feet of water in competition. To avoid risk of serious injury, no swimmer who has not been properly trained should attempt to perform a racing start, from either a starting block or the side of the pool, into less than 6 feet of water. There are rare occasions when swimmers may participate in swimming competitions not under the supervision of a certified home club coach. In these situations, it is the parent's responsibility to make sure the swimmer does not attempt to perform a racing start in less than 6 feet of water if the swimmer has not been properly certified by the swimmer's home club coach to do so. (Additionally, should this situation arise, the athlete must be assigned to a certified coach on deck at the meet.)