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ALBERTA SUMMER SWIMMING ASSOCIATION

PROVINCIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

August 17,18 and 19, 2018
Sanction number 20450

 Meet Invitation and Information Package

 

Region E is pleased to invite you to the 2018 ASSA Provincial Championship to be held at the Kinsmen Sports Centre in Edmonton August 17,18 & 19, 2018.

 

The Kinsmen Sport Centre is located at 9100 Walterdale Hill Northwest Edmonton, AB. T6E 2V3.  Parking will be on the Kinsmen Sport Centre grounds.

 

Parking is very limited – no campers or motorhomes – they will be ticketed and towed. Day Parking only! 

Parking: Don’t forget to add that there will be over flow parking will be located north of the Re/Max ball park which is north of the river and a beautiful 10 minute walk away from the Kinsmen Sports Center.

 “Please respect and listen to Parking Attendant’s directions and instructions.”

Please be aware that Edmonton will be hosting it's annual marathon race the weekend of our provincials. Please be mindful that there will be some downtown road closures.

 

The Kinsmen Sport Centre has a Zero Tolerance Policy, under no circumstance will disruptive behavior be tolerated. This includes all areas on their premise, facility and in the parking lot. Disruptive behavior may include but is not limited to: rudeness, loud, vulgar and abusive language, physical abuse, and blatant disregard of Kinsmen Sports Centre policies. Kinsmen Sports Centre employees will follow their procedures which may include banning a disruptive individual for the rest of the day or up to a lifetime ban based on the severity of the conduct. Portapotties will be available outside the facility for visitors use. Please refer to Kinsmen Facility Rules section of this document for further information.  

Please read the following information package over carefully as it describes all aspects of the Provincial Championship Swim Meet – from start times to qualification processes. Please ensure that this information is passed on to the parents and coaches in the club to assist in finalizing plans for the third weekend in August. If any questions arise, please contact the Meet Management Committee at: sl_thor@telus.net

 

IMPORTANT CONTACTS:

Provincial Meet Manager:
Lynnette Thoresen
Email:  sl_thor@telus.net 

Advisory Referee:
Andre Harpe
Email: andiharpe@gmail.com

Assistant Meet Manager:
Marni Workytin,Maria Sherwin, Joanne Pretorius

 

Provincial Officials Chairperson:
Andre Harpe
Email: andiharpe@gmail.com

 

ASSA Coaches Representative:
Glenn Wilson
Ph: 780-720-3696
Email coachGwilson@gmail.com


 

Sanction Number:20450

 

Meet Name:ASSA Provincial Championships hosted by Region E

 

Meet Host:Provincial Championships
stevthor76@gmail.com

 

Meet Co-Host:

 

Meet Type:Provincials

 


 

Hosting Pool:Kinsmen Sports Centre
9100 Walterdale Hill
Edmonton

 

Start Date:Fri Aug 17, 2018 at 03:00 PM

 

Warm-up Time:Fri Aug 17, 2018 at 02:00 PM

 

End Date:Sun Aug 19, 2018 at 06:00 PM

 

Entry Deadline:Tue Aug 14, 2018 at 11:00 PM

 

Meet Manager:Lynnette Thoresen
Contact E-mail:
stevthor76@gmail.com
Meet Phone #:(780) 502-1248

 

Meet Referee: Andre Harpe
Referee E-mail: andiharpe@gmail.com

 

Meet Format:Finals Only

 

Seeding: Senior Seeding
10 lanes

 


Events hosted:

Displayed below in meet event order as defined in the ASSA Rules and Regulations

1500
Free

Break
400
Free
Short
Fly
Long
Back
Short
Breast

Break
Long
Free
Short
IM
Medley
Relay

Break
200
Free
Long
Fly
Short
Back
Long
Breast

Break
Short
Free
Long
IM
800
Free
Free
Relay

Break

 

Entry Limit: Maximum individual entries per swimmer: 4
Maximum relay entries per swimmer: 2

 

Meet Rules:
  1. This is the ASSA Provincial Championship Swim Meet and as such, all S/NC rules as well as all ASSA adopted rules shall apply. 
  2. Start and finish times are approximate only; however, morning and afternoon sessions will not start earlier than the posted times.
  3. Swimmers are expected to check in with the Clerk of Course thirty (30) minutes before the start of their event, or when the event is announced as being marshaled. Marshalling announcements are courtesy only and may not happen for all events.
  4. Alternates may be placed in open lanes once the Referee has called the swimmers up to the blocks. 
  5. Scratches for all events will be accepted until 8:00 am each day for that day’s events.
  6. Relay substitutions shall follow ASSA Rules and Regulations.
  7. Coaches shall monitor their swimmers at all times.
  8. ABSOLUTELY NO FOOD shall be allowed on deck

 

Scoring:

Scoring for the Provincial Championship shall follow the ASSA regulations for individual events and team totals:

Scoring for Individual and Relay events shall be – Top (8) places:  9,7,6,5,4,3,2,1

In the case of a tie, the points for the positions of the tied swimmers/relay teams will be summed and divided equally between each swimmer/relay team in question. Example: two swimmers tie for 3rd, points from 3rd and 4th place are summed and divided by two.

Points shall be awarded to swimmers and relay teams based on the above criteria. Clubs' Age Group Scores shall consist of the sum of points awarded to all swimmers and relay teams representing the club in age groups involving swimmers 17&U, excluding the Open Relays.

Clubs' Masters Scores shall consist of the sum of points awarded to all swimmers and relay teams representing the club in 18&O events, including Open Relays.

Clubs' Para Scores shall consist of the sum of points awarded to all swimmers representing the club in Para-Events.

Regions' Scores shall consist of the sum of points awarded to all swimmers and relay teams within the Region, regardless of event age group.


 

Results:
Updated - 2018-08-10

Primary timing shall be electronic (OMEGA Quantum system) with manual backup. Please be aware that the scoreboard times are unofficial. Results will be posted during the meet. If there are any questions regarding results, coaches may direct questions to the Referee of that session. Swim-offs, if required will be scheduled at the start or end of sessions. Coaches will be notified.

Following the conclusion of the Provincial Championship, results will be posted on the ASSA web site.


 

Awards:
  1. The top three (3) finishers in each event will receive a medal.
  2. Swimmers placing 4th to 16th will receive ribbons.
  3. The top aggregate finishers, male and female, in the 15-17 age group will receive the Award of Excellence trophy and the Rachor Trophy, respectively.
  4. Small Age Group Team Provincial Champions - The Club earning the highest Age Group score, that consists of less than the median number of Age Group Swimmers registered in the ASSA, shall receive this award. The award includes the engraving of the recipient's name on the ASSA trophy and a banner for the club to keep.
  5. Large Age Group Team Provincial Champions - The Club earning the highest Age Group score, that consists of equal to or greater than the median number of Age Group Swimmers registered in the ASSA, shall receive this award. The award includes the engraving of the recipient's name on the ASSA trophy and a banner for the club to keep.
  6. Para Team Provincial Champions - The Club earning the highest Para score shall receive this award. The award includes the engraving of the recipient's name on the ASSA trophy and a banner for the club to keep.
  7. Masters Team Provincial Champions - The Club earning the highest Masters score shall receive this award. The award includes the engraving of the recipient's name on the ASSA trophy and a banner for the club to keep.
  8. Region Trophy - The Region earning the highest score shall receive this award. The award includes the engraving of the recipient's name on the ASSA trophy

 

Qualification:

Qualification to the ASSA Provincial Championship meet will be based upon the results posted on the ASSA web site from the six Regional Swim Meets. A swimmer must qualify for The Provincial Championships by participating at a Regional Swim Meet. Based on the Regional swim meet entry limit, swimmers at the Provincial Championship swim meet may qualify for a maximum of four (4) individual events and two (2) relay events. These two relay events shall consist of one (1) Medley Relay and one (1) Freestyle relay only.

Swimmers can qualify for provincials in the following ways:

Regional Qualifiers

 Consists of:

  • The top one (1) placing swimmer in every age group in the 800 and 1500 Free
  • The top two (2) placing swimmers in every age group, with the exception of the, 800 and 1500 Free
  • The top one (1) placing swimmer in each gender division of the PARA events
  • The top two (2) relay teams in each age group

“Wild Card” Qualifiers

 Consists of:

  • For the 800 and 1500 Freestyle events: The top two (2) swimmers from across the province, based on Regional Meet Results times, who were not regional qualifiers
  • The top four (4) swimmers from across the province, based on Regional Meet results times, who were not regional qualifiers in the remaining events outside of the 800 and 1500 Free
  • For the PARA events: The top two (2) swimmers from across the province, based on Regional Meet Results results, who were not regional qualifiers
  • The top four (4) relay teams from across the province, based on Regional Meet results times, who were not regional qualifiers

NOTE: Additional “Wild Card” qualifiers will be selected to fill the heat(s) in events missing complete sets of region qualifiers.

 

This Wild Card Procedure shall follow the ASSA Rules & Regulations 9.6. Random seeding by the HY-Tek computer program will be used for swimmers who have identical entry times.

 

Alternates

Alternates for each event will also be selected. If a swimmer scratches from an event, alternates will be moved in to fill their position and will then become “Wild Card” qualifiers. This process is used regardless of whether the scratched swimmer is a region qualifier or a wildcard qualifier.


 

Para Swimming:

ASSA is offering five events for PARA swimmers at Provincials:

  • Long free (100 m)
  • Short backstroke (50 m)
  • Short breaststroke (50m)
  • Short Fly (50)
  • Short free (50 m)

All PARA swimmers must qualify through participation at a Regional Swim Meet in PARA events. Entry to provincials in PARA events will be granted to the top placing swimmer in each event at Regionals based on their IPC point scores. Following this, two ‘Wild Card’ positions will also be available.

To be eligible, PARA swimmers must meet the IPC Classification system requirements and be listed as a PARA swimmer on the Swimming Canada PARA swimmer list. Please consult the ASSA website for further information about PARA eligibility and the IPC Classification system.


 

Deck Access:
Updated - 2018-08-09

ONLY SWIMMERS, COACHES, OFFICIALS AND ACCREDITED CHAPERONES WILL BE ALLOWED ON DECK. This is crucial to running a safe swim meet due to the number of participants that are expected. Security Marshalls will be at all access points to the pool deck to ensure compliance with this matter. Coaches, swimmers and officials will be provided with accreditation passes for access to the deck.  

Officials: will require a color coded session wristband for each session they volunteer to access the deck.  Parents & other spectators must view from the provided spectator areas off the deck. 

Chaperones: Teams will be allowed 1 parent volunteer per 8 swimmers under 11 years of age to chaperone the participants. These team chaperones SHALL be accredited in the same manner as the officials. Chaperones must check in prior to their session to the table that is outside the Kinette Room to review and sign a Chaperone Code of Conduct and wristband pickup. Chaperones will also be given a lanyard to wear for identification purposes. If teams have different chapereones for am and pm sessions, the am chaperone will need to hand off their pass to the incoming chaperone- new lanyards will not be issued to teams. Each swim club MUST submit a list of chaperone names by Tuesday August 14, 2018 at 12 o'clock noon to the Meet Manager: sl_thor@telus.net  This is critical for the accreditation process. If no names are forwarded, then no chaperone from that club will be accredited for deck access. Chaperones cannot have any ASSA non provincial competitors in their care on the deck. Chaperones must make their own arrangements for food and drink. 

Coaches: Coach's packages and athlete passes will be available for pickup on the Friday afternoon from 2:30-7pm just outside the Kinette Room. We strongly encourage clubs to attend the Friday pickup to help alleviate Saturday morning congestion. Important note: Zone Coach tables will be assigned at this year's provincials. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: There will not be any pool deck camp spots allowed- no tents, lawn chairs, cots or floor blankets. All swimmers staying on the deck must use the bleacher space provided to sit on. 


 

Entries/Scratches:
Updated - 2018-08-06

All Qualifiers are automatically entered in the Provincial Championship Meet. Swimmers who will be scratching from a Provincial Championship Event (whether a qualifier, a potential wild card swimmer or potential alternate swimmer) SHALL notify the Regional Meet Manager before the Regional Swim Meet ends. The Regional Meet Manager shall ensure the Regional Representative is aware of these scratches so he/she can enter them into the ASSA site prior to completion of the wildcard draw.

Please ensure that your designated region contact has these items.

Wildcard Draw Procedures 

The Wildcard Draw procedure consists of the following seven steps:

  1. Sunday – before 8pm – the computer operator from each Regional meet loads regional results into the ASSA database.  Results will be viewable by the public and swimmer listing available to Regional Reps.
  2. Sunday – 8pm – midnight – Regional Reps scratch swimmers who are not going to Provincials.  These swimmers will not be included in the wildcard draw.
  3. Monday – midnight – 8am – ASSA Computer Liaison completes the wildcard draw.  Wildcard results will be viewable by the Regional Reps. At this point, each region will maintain two qualifiers per event.
  4. Monday – 8am – noon – Regional Reps check wildcard results for error or omissions.  Additional scratches can be completed by the Regional Reps.  This will cause Alternates to move up to the WildCard positions.
  5. Monday – noon – 1pm – ASSA Computer Liaison will make WildCard draw available to the public.
  6. Monday 1pm – Wednesday – noon – Regional Reps will continue to enter scratches.  An alternate will move up each time a scratch is entered.  If a qualifier scratches, each region may not necessarily maintain two competitors in that event.
  7. Wednesday – noon – ASSA Computer Liaison will create an entry file to send final entries to the Provincial Meet Manager for inclusion in the Provincial Meet.

Notification of Wild Card Swimmers

Once step 5 of the Wild Card Procedure is completed, clubs, coaches, parents and swimmers will be able to see who has qualified for Provincials. Each group should continue to monitor the Wildcards on the website until Wednesday at noon to see what Alternate swimmers have been moved up to compete in events. 

Late Scratches

Please notify the Provincial Meet Manager at  sl_thor@telus.net of any scratches occurring after noon Wednesday August 15, 2018. Scratches received after this time will not be included in printed heat sheets.  Scratches will be accepted up to the Coaches Meeting on Saturday, August 19.


 

Kinsmen Facility Rules:
Updated - 2018-08-06

All event participants must have a valid access pass  in order to have facility access or they will not be given access (no exceptions).

● To ensure the utmost safety during aquatic events, parents are not permitted to be on the pool deck. Parents are welcome to watch the event from the spectator level.

● The emergency exits within the facility are for emergency purposes only. Please refrain from using and/or sitting in front of the emergency exits.

● Please assist us in keeping Kinsmen Sports Centre clean and safe by using the waste and recycle receptacles located throughout the facility. This is an expectation of all visitors to this Provincial event. 

● Only non-marking running shoes are allowed on deck. Indoor footwear or bare feet only on the pool deck. Outdoor footwear is NOT permitted on the pool deck.

● Please refrain from leaving personal items on equipment or in space not designated for the swimmers.

  • Swimmers age 7 and under must complete a swim test each day of the competition 
  • Swimmers age 7 and under WILL ONLY be permitted to swim in lanes 1 and 16.  There must be 1 adult (ages 15 and over) for every 3 swimmers (1:3 ration) with in arms reach at all times walking the deck with the athletes. 

 


 

Miscellaneous:
Updated - 2018-08-09

Coaches:  

1500 and 800m Events. Lap counters will be provided. 

 

Officials and Coach Lunches- Saturday and Sunday

 Lunch will be provided for the following individuals in their respective locations:

       Senior Officials:     Kinnette Room 

       Officials:                 Field House

       Coaches:                Saturday, your lunch will be delivered approx 1130hrs. Pickup your lunch in the field house, from the table labelled "coaches".

Coaches: Due date for ordering is July 24, 2018. 

 

Sales

Heat sheets will be available for purchase in the upper concourse area.

 

ASSA Annual General Meeting

The 2018 ASSA AGM will be held in the Kinsmen Kinette room following the morning session Saturday (~12:00). This meeting includes the election of a number of board positions as well as any business that may properly come before the Association. Each member club is entitled to two voting members at this meeting. 

Photography

A team of volunteer photographers will be on deck taking pictures of all the medal presentations at the meet. These images will be available through the ASSA website following the meet. Parents are NOT permitted on deck to take pictures.

 

 


 

Officials:
Updated - 2018-08-12

All Officials, coaches, parents, spectators and swimmers are expected to abide by the ASSA Code of Conduct and Ethics

 

As in past years, we are asking for volunteers from each club and region to assist with officiating this meet. We will be using two pools for all events and will require a larger number of officials.

Color coded wrist bands, t-shirt will be provided to all officials.  The t-shirt and wristband must be worn while working on deck. A limited number of extra officiating shirts will be ordered for those that did not sign up prior to the deadline of July 31. Of these limited numbers we will only be providing them in the most popular sizes medium and large. The proper official dress code will be in effect- white top and black bottoms.  When you register on-line to officiate, please indicate your t-shirt size so that we can have the proper size available for you (deadline July 31, 2018).

To sign up as an official CLICK HERE

IMPORTANT NOTE: This year we will be implementing a different process for our officials. Please make sure that you are submitting your correct email/ cell phone contact information as you will be receiving information about your officials position based on the information that you submitted on the ASSA provincial signup. You will receive a confirmation receipt of your request to be an official. You will receive a position notification by 9pm on Thursday, August 17th confirming your task and session. A second notification will be texted/emailed to you at least 90 mins prior to your session outlining your task, position in the pool, session time and time and place of your officials meeting. Officials Check in will occur in the Kinette Room. 

All Session Referees, Starters, Chief Judges of Turns, and Clerks of Course are requested to attend the Senior Officials Briefing on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19, 2018 at 7:30 am in the Kinette Room. 

Please be punctual for your officials meeting outlined in your email or text from signup.com.  This meeting cannot commence until all officials are in attendance .  It is very important that the meet starts on time. Your attention to this is very appreciated!


 

Schedule of Events:
Updated - 2018-08-06

 

Friday, August 17, 2018

9:00 am       Board Meeting

                     (Kinette Room)

12:00 pm      Pool set-up


3:00-4:00pm   WARMUPS

Open to all swimmers and all lanes. Coach must be present with all swimmers. Refer to warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation. 


4:00- 4:45pm EAST POOL WARMUPS

Only those swimmers competing in the 1500m

  *See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation.


4:00-4:45pm WEST POOL WARMUPS

Open to all swimmers and all lanes.

*See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation


4:00pm               Officials Meeting

                               (Kinette Room)


5:00 pm        1500 FREE 

 

 Saturday, August 18, 2018

 (TWO POOLS A and B heats)


6:45 am            Coaches Meeting/

Coaches Rep Selection Meeting

                                (Yoga Studio)


7:15-8:15 am     Warm-ups (Both pools) 

         *See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation.


7:15– 8:15 am Swim Test for swimmers age 7 and under as per Kinsmen Sports Center policy – warm up /cool down pool

     

7:30 am              Senior Officials Meeting

                                 (Kinette Room)


7:45 am              Officials Meeting

                              (Kinette Room)


8:25 am              Opening Ceremonies


8:30 am              Meet start

                              400 FREE

                              SHORT FLY

                  Medal Presentation:1500 Free

                              LONG BACK

                  Medal Presentation: 400 Free/Short Fly

                              SHORT BREAST


12:00-1:30 pm      Lunch Break  and  ASSA AGM 

** AGM for all Voting Delgates In the Kinette Room

***Coaches Confernce in the Yoga Studio


12:30-1:30 pm      Warm-ups

         *See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation.


12:30 – 1:30pm Swim Test for swimmers age 7 and under as per Kinsmen Sports Center policy – warm up /cool down pool


1:00 pm             Officials Meeting

                             (Kinette Room)


1:45 pm                 LONG FREE

                  Medal Presentation: Long Back

                             IM

                  Medal Presentation: Short Breast

                  Medal Presentation: Long Free

                             MEDLEY RELAY

                  Medal Presentation: IM / Medley Relay

            

Sunday, August 19, 2018

            (TWO POOLS A and B heats)


7:30-8:30 am        Warm-ups (Both pools)

       *See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation.


7:30 – 8:30 am Swim Test for swimmers age 7 and under as per Kinsmen Sports Center policy – warm up /cool down pool


7:45 am                 Senior Officials Meeting

                                  (Kinette Room)


8:00 am                 Officials Meeting

                                  (Kinette Room)


8:45 am              Meet Start

                             200 FREE

                             LONG FLY

                 Medal Presentation: 200 Free

                             SHORT BACK

                 Medal Presentation: Long Fly

                             LONG BREAST


11:45-12:45 pm    Lunch    

 

12:30pm                Officials Meeting

                                 (Kinette Room)


11.45-12:45 pm    Warmups (Both Pools)    

          *See warmup section of this program for further details on warmup schedule and lane designation.   



11:45- 12:45pm Swim Test for swimmers age 7 and under as per Kinsmen Sports Center policy – warm up /cool down pool

    

1:00 pm              SHORT FREE

                  Medal Presentation: Short Back

                             LONG IM

                             800 FREE

                  Medal Presentation: Long Breast

                  Medal Presentation: Short Free 

                            FREE RELAY

                   Medal Presentation: 800 /Free Relay 

               

 Awards Presentation:

 

             Individual Awards:

Rachor Trophy - Top 15-17 Female

ASSA Award of Excellence - Top 15-17 Male

 

             Team Awards:

Small Age Group Team Provincial Champions

Large Age Group Team Provincial Champions

Para Team Provincial Champions

Masters Team Provincial Champions














 

Sponsors:
Updated - 2018-07-27

Region E would like to thank the many sponsors and volunteers that help make the ASSA Provincial Championship Meet a huge success. Thank you for your continued support.

T-shirt Sponsor to Esquire for sponsoring the ASSA Provincial tshirts that our volunteers wear on the deck.

City of Edmonton 


 

Warm-Ups:
Updated - 2018-08-06

S/NC Warm-up procedures will be in effect at this swim meet. Please see Page 16 for S/NC warm up procedures. All warm up sessions will be in both pools, no lane assignment with the exception of swimmers ages 7 and under.  Coaches must be present when their swimmers are in the competition pool during warmups.

 

** Swimmers age 7 and under must complete a swim test each of competition as per Kinsmen Sport Center Policy

*** Swimmers age 7 and under WILL ONLY be permitted to swim in lanes 1 and 16.  There must be 1 adult (ages 15 and over) for every 3 swimmers (1:3 ration)within arms reach at all times walking the deck with the athletes. As per the Kinsmen Sport Center Policy

 

 Warmup Schedule:

 

Coach must be present with all swimmers attending the warmups listed below.

        

Friday

3:00-4:00pm   WARMUPS

Open to all swimmers and all lanes.

** swimmers that are ages 7 and under must comply with the above-mentioned policy and only swim in Lanes 1 or 16

 

4:00- 4:45 pm EAST POOL WARM UPS

Only those swimmers competing in the 1500m

    4:00- 4:30pm Lanes 1-6 - Two-way circle swimming

    4:00-4:45pm Lanes 7-8 - Pace lanes ONLY

    4:30- 4:45pm Lanes 1-2 - One-way dive swimming ONLY

    4:30- 4:45pm Lanes 3-6 Remain as two-way circle swimming

 

4:00-4:45 pm WEST POOL WARM UPS

   Open to all swimmers and all lanes.

    4:00-4:45 pm Lanes 11-14 Two-way circle swimming

    4:00-4:45 pm Lanes 9-10 & 15-16 One-way dive swim ONLY

 

** Swimmers age 7 and under must complete a swim test each of competition, swimmers attending Friday warm up session need to have their coach speak with Glen Wilson to help facilitate this.

 

Saturday and Sunday

 

Lane 1 and 16 ONLY first 40 mins- two-way circle swimming, last 20 mins is dive one-way swimming only

Lane 2-16, first 40 mins- two-way circle swimming 

Lanes 1-6, last 20 mins is dive one-way swimming only

Lanes 7-16, last 20 mins- two-way circle swimming

 

Please note: No one, other than officials, is allowed on the bulkhead at any time, except competitors in the 25m events that are under direction of the Marshall.

 

Warmup and Warm down Lanes:

We will be opening up the warmup and warm down lanes for athletes. Only athletes that are competing at provincials will have access to this pool and they must be productively swimming at all times. Athletes not adhering to these rules will be asked to leave and dependent on conduct, they may also be revoked of this privilege. A safety marshal will be present at all times while this pool is open.

 

These lanes have restricted times:

Friday, August 17- Lane 6 (5-7pm),

Saturday, August 18- Lanes 4-6 (9am-12pm and 1:30-4pm)

Sunday, August 19- Lanes 4-6 (9-11am and 12:30-4pm).  

 

The Lanes operating times will be posted at this pool.


 

Appendix 1
Total number of registered ASSA swimmers (aged 7 to 17): 2890
The median number of swimmers used for large/small categorization: 43.0

Region Club Category Active
Swimmers
Registered
Swimmers
E Calgary Swordfish Large Team 155 155
F Lethbridge Orcas Large Team 105 105
B Stony Plain Sharks Large Team 101 101
E Calgary Tritons Large Team 101 101
C Edmonton Huma Large Team 92 92
B Spruce Grove Barracudas Large Team 83 83
E Okotoks Stingrays Large Team 81 81
B Whitecourt BlueDolphins Large Team 80 80
B St. Albert Sailfish Large Team 77 77
C Camrose Sea Serpents Large Team 77 77
D Red Deer Marlins Large Team 72 72
C Lloydminster Rebels Large Team 68 68
A High Prairie Dolphins Large Team 66 66
D Innisfail Dolphins Large Team 66 66
C Edmonton Derrick Devil-Rays Large Team 63 63
B Devon Dolphins Large Team 61 61
E Cochrane Piranhas Large Team 59 59
F Claresholm Kraken Large Team 57 57
F Taber Vipers Large Team 57 57
A Peace River Porpoises Large Team 56 56
A Slave Lake Sharks Large Team 56 56
C Ft Saskatchewan Piranhas Large Team 55 55
D Ponoka Gators Large Team 54 54
A Beaverlodge Barracudas Large Team 53 53
D Lacombe Dolphins Large Team 51 51
A Grande Prairie Aquarians Large Team 49 49
F Brooks Barracudas Large Team 49 49
A High Level Stingrays Large Team 44 44
A Smoky River Manatees Large Team 43 43
B North Edmonton Swim Club Large Team 43 43
F Raymond Swim Club Large Team 43 43
F Pincher Creek Dolphins Small Team 42 42
C Wetaskiwin Olympians Small Team 41 41
E Canmore Coho Small Team 40 40
C Provost Piranhas Small Team 38 38
B Hinton Water Devils Small Team 37 37
E Didsbury Aqua-Jets Small Team 37 37
C Sherwood Park Millennium Marlins Small Team 36 36
B Westlock Gators Small Team 35 35
B Drayton Valley Neptunes Small Team 34 35
D Hanna Seals Small Team 33 33
B Edmonton Terwillegar Aquatic Small Team 32 32
C Wainwright Torpedoes Small Team 32 32
E High River Otters Small Team 32 32
A Valleyview Vipers Small Team 30 30
F Crowsnest Pass Piranhas Small Team 30 30
D Killam Cyclones Small Team 26 26
D Castor Tritons Small Team 25 25
F Fort MacLeod Swim Club Small Team 25 25
A Grimshaw Gators Small Team 23 23
A Fairview Olympians Small Team 22 22
B Jasper Red Fins Small Team 20 20
F Nanton Marlins Small Team 20 20
D Forestburg Aquanauts Small Team 19 19
A Spirit River Seawolves Small Team 18 18
D Oyen Otters Small Team 17 17
C Vermilion Vipers Small Team 10 10
D Olds Rogue Racing Club Small Team 10 10
F SASG Southern Summer Game Small Team 8 8


 

Appendix 2
Total number of ASSA Masters swimmers (age 18 & Over): 219

Region Club Category Active
Swimmers
Registered
Swimmers
B North Edmonton Swim Club Masters 21 21
F Lethbridge Orcas Masters 21 21
B St. Albert Sailfish Masters 13 13
A Slave Lake Sharks Masters 10 10
D Lacombe Dolphins Masters 9 9
B Stony Plain Sharks Masters 8 8
C Edmonton Huma Masters 8 8
E Calgary Swordfish Masters 8 8
F Nanton Marlins Masters 8 8
C Lloydminster Rebels Masters 7 7
D Oyen Otters Masters 7 7
B Whitecourt BlueDolphins Masters 6 6
F Claresholm Kraken Masters 6 6
F Fort MacLeod Swim Club Masters 6 6
E Calgary Tritons Masters 5 5
F Crowsnest Pass Piranhas Masters 5 5
F Pincher Creek Dolphins Masters 5 5
A Fairview Olympians Masters 4 4
B Devon Dolphins Masters 4 4
B Edmonton Terwillegar Aquatic Masters 4 4
D Castor Tritons Masters 4 4
A High Prairie Dolphins Masters 3 3
C Camrose Sea Serpents Masters 3 3
D Innisfail Dolphins Masters 3 3
D Killam Cyclones Masters 3 3
E Canmore Coho Masters 3 3
E Okotoks Stingrays Masters 3 3
A Mitsue Minnows Masters 2 2
A Spirit River Seawolves Masters 2 2
B Spruce Grove Barracudas Masters 2 2
B Westlock Gators Masters 2 2
C Ft Saskatchewan Piranhas Masters 2 2
D Ponoka Gators Masters 2 2
E High River Otters Masters 2 2
F SASG Southern Summer Game Masters 2 2
A Beaverlodge Barracudas Masters 1 1
A Grimshaw Gators Masters 1 1
A High Level Stingrays Masters 1 1
A Peace River Porpoises Masters 1 1
A Valleyview Vipers Masters 1 1
B Drayton Valley Neptunes Masters 1 1
B Jasper Red Fins Masters 1 1
C Provost Piranhas Masters 1 1
C Sherwood Park Millennium Marlins Masters 1 1
C Vermilion Vipers Masters 1 1
C Wainwright Torpedoes Masters 1 1
C Wetaskiwin Olympians Masters 1 1
D Hanna Seals Masters 1 1
D Olds Rogue Racing Club Masters 1 1
D Red Deer Marlins Masters 1 1
F Brooks Barracudas Masters 1 1


 

Appendix 3
Total number of ASSA Para swimmers: 5

Region Club Category Active
Swimmers
Registered
Swimmers
B North Edmonton Swim Club Para Team 1 1
B St. Albert Sailfish Para Team 1 1
C Lloydminster Rebels Para Team 1 1
E Okotoks Stingrays Para Team 1 1
F Claresholm Kraken Para Team 1 1


 

 

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