2019 Bill Rose Classic SNS LCM Championships

Hosted by California Capital Aquatics

Held on Thursday July 11th - Sunday July 14th at the Roseville Aquatic Complex  

~ Please see the MEET SHEET for additional details and information ~

TRAVEL AND HOTEL INFO: A listing of Hotels set up by Placer Valley Tourism can be found at https://www.placertourism.com/events/bill-rose-classic-swim-meet/

SWIM CONNECTION LINK TO SIGN UP SWIMMERS FOR THE MEET:  https://ome.swimconnection.com/meets/2749

SAFE SPORT and MAAPP: Current USA Swimming Rules, including the Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy (“MAAPP”), will govern this meet.   For more information and details on MAAPP visit: https://www.usaswimming.org/utility/landing-pages/minor-athlete-abuse-prevention-policy

PARKING: Parking is available at the pool complex, in the adjacent gravel lot, across the street, at Woodcreek High School and the RosevilleSports Center. No RV overnight parking allowed-violators will be ticketed and/or towed.  

TEAM SET UP: Visiting Teams will not be allowed to setup until Thursday morning July 11th no earlier than 5:45am. Teams will not be allowed  to swim during the public swim time offered that is scheduled for City of Roseville residents the evening of Wednesday, July 10th.  Team areas inside the fenced area can remain set up overnight but please remove blankets, tarps, and rugs, etc. from the grass during the night.  

START TIMES: Preliminaries will begin at 9:00 AM each day. The start time of finals will be determined by the Meet Director, Coaches, Head Referee and USA Swimming Rules. Finals will begin no sooner than 90 minutes after the last heat of preliminaries.

WARM-UPS: 

  • Swimmers age 13 and older, warm-ups will be 7:00 AM-8:00 AM each day. For Swimmers age 13 and older, if additional warm-up time is needed after 8:00 AM, the 5-lane warm- up pool will be open.
  • Swimmers age 12 and younger, warm-ups will be 8:00 AM-8:50 AM each day.

TIME STANDARDS: Swimmers must have achieved the appropriate JO Qualifying entry time for each event they swim and all entry times will be verified in Swim Connection and/or SWIMS. Swimmers must qualify with the appropriate times in either long course meters or short course yards.

MAXIMUM EVENTS: All events are trials and finals except the following timed final events: all 8-Under events, 10-Under 400-meter freestyle, 800-meter freestyle, 1500-meter freestyle and all Relays. Swimmers may compete in up to three (3) individual events per day plus relays, with maximum of 7 individual events plus relays for the whole meet. Swimmers may enter more than 3 events per day but will need to scratch down to 3 events per day and not to exceed 7 individual events for the entire meet. Refunds will not be given to those Swimmers who enter more than 3 individual entries per day. 

CHECK-IN / SCRATCH PROCEDURES: All Swimmers are automatically checked into their events, which they are registered for. If a Swimmer is registered for more than 3 events in a day, they must scratch any additional events prior to the scratch deadline. If a Swimmer fails to scratch out of any additional events, they will be seeded into the first 3 events they are registered for that day and scratched out of any additional events for that day.

  • The scratch deadline for Thursday’s events is Wednesday, July 10, 2019 at 6:00 PM. (To scratch any of Thursday’s events, you can email: mark.brown.15@gmail.com prior to the deadline)
  • All other scratches will be made at the Clerk of the Course desk prior to the deadline.
  • The scratch deadline for Friday’s events is 30 minutes after finals begin on Thursday night.
  • The scratch deadline for Saturday’s events is 30 minutes after finals begin on Friday night.
  • The scratch deadline for Sunday’s events is 30 minutes after finals begin on Saturday night.

PRELIMS: Nine (9) lanes will be used for preliminaries. The last three heats of each event will be circle seeded with the exception of the events noted as timed finals. Any Swimmer who fails to compete in an individual preliminary event or Timed Final in which they are seeded will be barred from all further individual events of that day. According to the Sierra Nevada Rules, at SNS Spring and Summer Championships, if a Swimmer misses an individual event they are barred from competing in any further individual events for that day from their missed event and on. They are still allowed to compete in Finals they qualified for prior to missing their event and in the Team relays for that day. Swimmers have 30 minutes after results of preliminaries are announced to scratch from final’s competition. A Swimmer may (on the same deadline) declare his/her intention to scratch pending result announcements of their subsequent event in the prelims (not including the 800’s and 1500’s) but must notify the Clerk of Course of their decision 30 minutes after the results of their last individual event are announced.

FINALS: Finals will not begin any sooner than 90 minutes after the end of prelims (Relay events included), not including the 1500-meter and 800-meter freestyle. There will be one heat of the top Nine (9) Swimmers. A Swimmer may (on the same deadline) further declare his/her final intentions to scratch their subsequent event in the prelims within thirty (30) minutes following their last individual event (not including the 1500’s) but must notify the Clerk of Course of their decision 30 minutes after the results of their last individual event is announced. Swimmers will be seeded in the finals unless they are scratched. Any Swimmer who fails to compete in an individual preliminary event in which they are seeded will be barred from all further individual events of that day. Any Swimmer qualifying for a final that fails to compete shall be barred from further competition for the remainder of the meet except as noted in USA Swimming rules.  Nine (9) lanes will be used for finals, with some exceptions. Swimmers ages 13-18, even though swimming prelims together, will be seeded into finals as 9 lanes of finals for ages 13-14, 8 lanes of finals for ages 15-16, and 9 lanes of finals for ages 17-18.

DISTANCE EVENTS: The 800-meter freestyle, 1500-meter freestyle, and 10 & Under 400-meter freestyle will compete as a Timed Final. The 800-meter freestyle and 1500-meter freestyle will be swum 11-Up, but awarded as separate age groups, with the exception of 15-18 which will be awarded as one group. The 800-meter freestyle and 1500-meter freestyle will be swum fastest to slowest after a 10-minute break following the relay events.

  • Swimmers in the 800-meter freestyle and 1500-meter freestyle are required to provide their own Timer.
  • The Host Team will provide lap counter devices

SUMMARY OF EVENTS:

For any questions, please contact us at: meetdirector@ccaswimming.org     

Additional Meet Reports and Information Available Here