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MAY LONG COURSE PERFORMANCE MEET

MAY 15 AND 16, 2010 at the UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ATHLETIC COMPLEX 55 HARBORD STREET TORONTO, ONTARIO (Corner of Harbord and Spadina)


MEET INFORMATION Date:

Saturday, May 15 – Sunday, May 16, 2010

Location:

University of Toronto Athletic Complex 55 Harbord Street, Toronto, ON M5S 1A2

Facility:

All events will be swum in a 50 metre 8 –lane pool, double ended

Competition:

Sanctioned by Swim Ontario. All Current SNC Rules and Warm Up procedures will be followed. All events will be timed finals. A swimmer may only compete in his/her own age group.

Meet Manager: Yvonne Moy; Vivian Hu Meet Referee

Jeff Holmes

Eligibility:

All swimmers registered with swim Ontario or any other amateur swimming organization recognized by FINA. Ages submitted are to be as of the start date of the meet, May 15.

Age groups:

11 and under, 12, 13, 14, 15 and over

Pre-requisites: 200 IM 10&under No standard 11-14 6:00.00

400 Free 10&under No standard 11-14 9:00.00

Qualifying:

There are no qualifying times.

Entries:

The only Meet Package that will be considered as valid must be the most current version found on www.swimmeet.ca Meet Management reserves the right to delete a swimmer from an entry or results file for incorrect or absent 9 digit ID numbers and/or incorrect date of birth. Only swimmers (includes age group and all university athletes) with valid Swimming Canada identification numbers will be considered for acceptance into the meet. All entry times will be converted to LC times, using the default conversion factors in Hy-Tek Meet Manager, and then seeded accordingly. Non conforming times (yards etc) will be seeded last. Entries should be submitted using the appropriate provable time, and meet management will convert times prior to seeding. This is an invitational meet and participation at this meet is at the full discretion of North York Aquatic Club. Swimmers may swim a maximum of 3 events per session. Meet Management reserves the right to swim 400 Free 2 per lane double ended in order to keep within the time line and reserves the right to limit heats to ensure sessions remain under 4.5 hours.

Entry deadline: Entries must be received by Friday April 30, 2010. Changes will be accepted till midnight Friday May 7, 2010 All entries must be in Hy-Tek format and submitted via www.swimmeet.ca. No entries will be accepted directly by meet management. Entries are only considered confirmed once you have received a confirmation from Meet Management. Entry submission questions to: Olga Macel c/o NYAC email: nyacswim@yahoo.ca, phone: 416-785-0430


Entry Fees:

$8.00 per individual event. This includes the Swim Ontario gold bonus. Cheques payable to “North York Aquatic Club” must be delivered to Meet Manager prior to the Saturday AM start.

Sratches:

Scratches from the meet are to be to the Clerk of Course at each end of the pool 30 minutes before the session start. There will be no penalty for late scratches.

Deck Entries:

Deck entries are permitted in empty lanes only, at the discretion of Meet Manager, at a charge of $10.00 per event payable to “NYAC” or cash and will be recorded as exhibition only. Swimmers without correct 9 digit ID number and DOB will not be accepted.

Clerk of Course: Swimmers must check in to the Clerk of Course for all swims. Awards:

Ribbons 1st to 8th will be awarded for the following age groups 11&U, 12, 13, 14 and 15&O

Scoring:

None

Results:

Complete results and Hy-Tek file will be posted on http://www.swimmeet.ca as soon as possible Live results will be available on Club’s website (www.nyac.on.ca)

Coaches Meeting: A coaches’ meeting will be held prior to the start of warm-ups on Saturday May 15th at 8:40 am at the north end of the small pool. Meet Notes:

1. The pool is restricted to swimmers, swim officials, coaches, life guards, and pool staff only. Swimmers wishing to meet with their parents/guardians and vice versa must arrange to do so away from the pool deck. 2. Club photographers must obtain consent from the meet manager prior to taking photos on deck.

Session Times: Meet Management reserves the right to change start times for sessions.

Saturday AM Saturday PM Sunday AM Sunday PM

13 & Over 12 & Under 13 & Over 12 & Under

Warm-up 9:00 am 2:00 pm 7:45 am 1:00 pm

Start 10:00 am 3:00 pm 8:45 am 2:00 pm

Estimated length 4 hours 4 hours 4 hours 4 hours

Limitation of Liability: North York Aquatic Club members, coaches and the Board assume no responsibility for swimmers who are left at the pool by their parents or guardians, and whose parents fail to pick their children up in time at the end of the session. Parents who plan to drop their child off are responsible for ensuring their safety before, during and after the meet. To ensure that, they should confirm that their child(ren)/swimmer(s) arrive safely on deck, that they are placed in the care of their coach(s), and that appropriate arrangements are made for them to be picked up once they have finished their events.

University of Toronto Pool Regulations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

No street shoes on deck. No glass objects on deck. No food or drink on deck. Swimmers must shower before entering pool. Make sure any garbage that your team generates (e.g. Styrofoam Cups from icing) is put in garbage pails. All participants and personnel must enter and exit via the correct entrances and exits. No one is to exit through emergency stairwells unless an emergency is in progress. 7. All emergencies will be handled by University of Toronto pool Staff.


APPENDIX D Swimming/Natation Canada Risk Management / Warm-Up Procedures 2009

During the designated warm-up period, the meet management committee shall be responsible for ensuring that all Risk Management/Warm-up procedures are followed. It is incumbent on all participants, i.e. meet management, coaches, swimmers, and officials to comply with these procedures. Non-compliance with these procedures will result in a warning or removal of the swimmer from the warm-up pool, and possible further reporting to meet management and the Referee for action under rule SW 2.1.1. Meet management shall designate Safety Marshals to actively monitor the warm-up period in the competition pool and ensure compliance with these procedures. Safety Marshals should be notified of any disabled swimmers who are participating in warm-ups. Additional “practice” pools, if any, are to be supervised by lifeguards and coaches. “Safety Marshals shall be responsible to the Referee for all aspects of safety related to conduct during the warm-up period and shall ensure that all appropriate warm-up procedures are followed.” (CSW 2.13.1.5)

GENERAL WARM-UP RULES: •

Swimmers shall enter the water FEET FIRST in a cautious manner.

No Running on the pool deck or Diving from the side of the pool.

Meet Management shall provide signage to indicate designated lane use during warm-up.

Notices/barriers shall be placed on starting blocks to prevent diving during the general warm-up.

Diving Starts are only permitted in designated Sprint Lanes during the warm-up period.

Lanes shall be open primarily for ‘Circle Swimming’ during the General warm-up period.

Coaches and swimmers shall allow Backstrokers & PARA swimmers the ‘right of way’ for safety purposes.

Meet Management may designate a Sprint Lane(s) and/or a Pace Lane(s) throughout the general warm-up period.

SPECIFIC/SPRINT WARM-UP PERIOD: Sprint and Pace lanes must be opened for at least the last 30 minutes of warm-ups or as designated by meet management. • Outside Lanes should be designated as Sprint Lanes. • Only ‘one-way’ swimming shall be permitted in Sprint Lanes. • Sprint Lanes, Pace Lanes, and Circle Swimming lanes shall be clearly marked with signage.

The following statement shall appear in the meet information and in posted notices: "SNC WARM UP PROCEDURES WILL BE IN EFFECT AT THIS MEET".

EQUIPMENT: •

FLUTTER BOARDS and PULL BUOYS are allowed.

HAND PADDLES and FLIPPERS (ZOOMERS) are NOT ALLOWED.

SNC Board Approved, July 2, 2005


2010 May LC Performance Meet ORDER OF EVENTS

Session 1 Saturday Morning May 15 Warm-Up 9:00 am

Start 10:00 am

Session 2 Saturday Afternoon May 15 Warm-up:2:00 pm

Age 13 & Over Event# Girls 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15

Events 200 IM 200 Back 200 Breast 100 Fly 100 Free 50 Back 50 Breast 400 Free

Age 12&Under Event# Boys 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16

Session 3 Sunday Morning May 16 Warm-Up 7:45 am

Start 8:45 am

Event# Girls 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31

Events 200 Free 100 Back 200 Fly 100 Breast 50 Free 50 Fly 400 IM

Events 200 IM 200 Back 200 Breast 100 Fly 100 Free 50 Back 50 Breast 400 Free

Event # Boys 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32

Session 4 Sunday Afternoon May 16 Warm-up:1:00 pm

Age 13 & Over Event# Girls 33 35 37 39 41 43 45

Start: 3:00 pm

Start: 2:00 pm

Age 12 & Under Event # Boys 34 36 38 40 42 44 46

Event# Girls 47 49 51 53 55 57 59

Events 200 Free 100 Back 200 Fly 100 Breast 50 Free 50 Fly 400 IM

Event # Boys 48 50 52 54 56 58 60

http://www.csca.org/nyac/2010-may-performance-meet-package-01  

http://www.csca.org/nyac/2010-may-performance-meet-package-01.pdf