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Florida Swimming mandates that all persons on the pool deck or in the facility during a Florida Swimming sanctioned/approved meets must wear a mask at all times and is enforceable by meet management and/or facility.

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COACHES/OFFICIALS/CLUBS: Important information re: Tech Suit Restrictions for 12 & Under Swimmers The new rule takes effect September 1, 2020 . Please see link below posted on the USA-Swimming website. https://www.usaswimming.org/news/2019/09/12/tech-suit-restriction-for-12-and-under-swimmers There is also a great video on the webpage from Leah Smith re: the new rule. COACHES - PLEASE COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR SWIMMERS AND PARENTS!

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Florida Athlete Leadership Summit is underway at the National Training Center in Clermont, FL.

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FL LSC record was broken as BSS 15-16 Boys replaced the old 200 Medley Relay Record with a 1:30.81. The relay was made up with David Walton, Will Heck, Gage Hulbert, and Drew Salls. Congrats!

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Congratulations to the following FL clubs that made the 2021 Club Excellence rankings! Gold - Sarasota Sharks Silver - Sarasota Tsunami, Swim Florida, Bolles School Sharks, Episcopal Amberjax, Gator Swim Club. Bronze - St. Petersburg Aquatics, T2 Aquatics, Area Tallahassee Aquatic Club, Tampa Bay Aquatic Club,

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New FL LSC Records from FHSAA State Meets... 13-14 Girls 100 yd Breaststroke, Gracie Weyant - SYS - 1.01.51 at 4A States (1.02.53) 17-18 Girls, 50 yd Freestyle, Lexie Mulvihill - TEAM - 22.22 at 4A States (22.27) 15-16 Boys, 100 yd Breaststroke, Will Heck - BSS 53.73 at 1A States (54.74) Congrats to these athletes!

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Listing of Observed FHSAA Meets for the 2020 season here.

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Melanie Margalis just lowered her own 100 SCM LSC record in the 100 IM to go under 58 seconds for the first time (57.94).

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Host/Site Locations for the 2021 Florida Swimming Spring Championships are: NORTH – Rosen Aquatic & Fitness Center (RAFC) – Orlando SOUTH – Tampa Bay Aquatic Club/West Florida Lightning (TBAC/WFLA) – St. Petersburg (Northshore Pool)

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Melanie Margalis is the first swimmer to break a major record during the second season of the International Swimming League, knocking off her own mark in the women’s 200 individual medley (SCM). Margalis, 28, rattled off a time of 2:04.06 to win the event by close to two seconds, resetting her mark of 2:04.18 set at last season’s match in Indianapolis. Prior to that swim, Margalis had held the record at 2:04.62 from the 2018 Short Course World Championships in Hangzhou, China. Read more... Melanie Margalis - SPA - just...