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All-City is one of the largest outdoor swim meets in the country, with well over ( the psych sheet lists all entries and seed times), results, and even live streaming . Annual international swim meet in Glasgow, usually at the end of May each year. Held in Tollcross International Swimmig Centre, one of the top pools in Europe. Download Meet Mobile: Swim and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod in the country to the smallest swim meets, get access to meet programs from all . Grandparents who can't travel would likely pay good money to catch a livestream.
The dive meet is Friday, July 13, followed by the weekend swim meet featuring more than 1, athletes at the HAC. Located at Drake Ave. Both indoor pools are Olympic size. The Instructional Pool will not be utilized this year.
The Legacy Pool, closed last year during city meet, now serves as an additional warm-up, cool-down area and entry point to the Competition Pool for swimmer events and relays. There will be a 20 percent in savings, but this year the city is actually charging us for every piece of water we use.
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This move helps balance our budget, too. Another change is the finals for the older swimmers during afternoon sessions. They start from the North side of the Competition Pool. Swimmers receive their entry cards from clerk of course and enter from the lake side of the Legacy Pool. Any needed bullpen areas are set up on the Competition Pool deck. Only athletes, coaches issued passes, officials and working volunteers are allowed on the Competition Pool deck.
The air conditioned and heated Competition Pool site features the latest Colorado Electronic Timing System, tied to a state-of-the-art scoring table area and a pair of large video screens. The Competition Pool has stadium seating for 1, spectators. Including the pool deck, the Competition Pool complex alone has a life safety capacity of 3, A lot of our success is due to the hard work of the volunteers.
Those swimmers were also the only triple crown event winners of Day 3 of the City Meet: Campbell also captured the boys' individual medley, while Hassell was also the champion of the girls' butterfly and individual medley events. Coosaw Creek's Madelyn Routhier was the only other multiple event winner of the day, taking the championship of the girls' individual medley in addition to her record swim in butterfly.
The biggest climbers in the team standings were the Legend Oaks Gators, who followed an undefeated regular season with their highest finish ever in the City Meet. Legend Oaks moved up five places from fourteenth place in to ninth place this season.
The CCAA appreciates the participation of all the volunteers who make the swim season possible.
Congratulations to all of our swimmers and coaches on an outstanding season, and we look forward to seeing everyone again in The dates for the City Meet will be announced soon. Final meet results can be found here. Final team scores can be found here. The Snee Farm Swim Team, which led by The Coosaw Creek Crocodiles stand in third place at points, followed by Northbridge Terrace and Hobcaw Meet records fell in three individual events and one relay.
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Kate Allison from Snee Farm set the first record of the morning in the girls freestyle. Shortly afterward, records fell in back-to-back events as Charlie Polomsky Coosaw Creek Crocodiles and Ellie Chalupsky Daniel Island Flying Fish established new marks in the boys' and girls' backstroke races. In the final event of the day, two teams topped the existing record in the boys' free relay, and the team of Garrett Blankenship, Brady Evans, Tama Read, and Sullivan Frece from Snee Farm are the new record holders.
There were two triple crown winners in individual events - both in the age group. Daniel Island's Ellie Chalupsky won the girls' butterfly, backstroke, and individual medley, while Snee Farm's Sullivan Frece joined his sister with a hat trick by taking first in the boys' freestyle, butterfly, and individual medley.
Two boys from the Coosaw Creek Crocodiles were double event winners: Finn Routhier in the freestyle and butterfly and Charlie Polomsky in backstroke and breaststroke. Complete results from Saturday's events can be found here. Team scores, including girls' and boys' scores, can be found here. City Meet Day 1: With the first of five age groups complete the swimmersthe Snee Farm Swim Team holds the lead.
Snee Farm's 's contributed points, giving them a Snee Farm's girls led the way with championships in all five individual events and the freestyle relay, earning the team the girls' age group championship. Daniel Island captured the boys' age group title.
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The undisputed star swimmer among the 's was Snee Farm's Avery Frece, who established new meet records in the girls' butterfly, breaststroke, and individual medley events while also swimming on championship medley and freestyle relay teams. Carson Owens from the Shadowmoss Sharks was also a triple crown winner, taking first in the boys' freestyle, butterfly, and individual medley. Snee Farm's Rachel Martin was the other multiple event winner from the 's, coming up victorious in the girls' freestyle and backstroke races.