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General Meet Information (Rules, Season, Order of Events)

General Meet Information (Rules, Season, Order of Events)

See “Swim Meet Schedule” under calendar tab for the specific meet schedule


  • High school swimming is a TEAM SPORT. All scheduled swimmers/divers are required to attend all meets for the duration of the meet.
  • The coach must approve absences from meets a week in advance. You must submit in writing the reason for your absence at least one week in advance (7days), before the scheduled day of the meet. It will be up to the discretion of the coaches whether the absence is excused or not.
  • Swimmers/divers who miss their assigned events or who choose not to swim without coach approval will be suspended from participating in meets for a length of time determined by the coaches.
  • Please respect all facilities during the meet.
  • Athletes may not leave personal belongings in the locker room without a lock; please plan on keeping all personal items with you on deck.

Order of Events & Maximums

A swimmer is allowed to enter a maximum of four (4) events in any meet, no more than two (2) of which may be individual events. Diving counts as one (1) individual event in a combined meet.

200-yard medley relay

200-yard freestyle

200-yard individual medley

50-yard freestyle

Diving (six dives)

100-yard butterfly

100-yard freestyle

500-yard freestyle

200-yard freestyle relay

100-yard backstroke

100-yard breaststroke

400-yard freestyle relay

Diving competition, when part of the meet, may be held prior to the swimming events, after the 50-yard freestyle or after the swimming events. Men will precede women in all events. The order of events is subject to change after the season begins.

Because of the team size, swimmers may not be entered in 2-individual events for every meet. Every attempt will be made to enter as many swimmers as possible. Swimmers may request particular events by submitting written notices to coach up to the entry deadline. The coach will make the final decision. For several events, more than one heat will be seeded. When there is more than one heat for an event, only swimmers in the first heat will score points. Times for subsequent heats do count for county, state, and letter purposes.

All swimmers are responsible for removing any jewelry before entering the pool. This includes hair bands or any other bands worn on the wrist. A swimmer will be disqualified for wearing jewelry during an event.

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