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Sat, 01 Feb



Age Group Champs

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Age Group Champs
Age Group Champs

Time & Location

01 Feb 2020, 08:45 – 02 Feb 2020, 17:30

Olympia, 3 E Whale Ln, Dundee DD1 3JU, UK


About the Event


Saturday   1st and Sunday 2nd February 2020



Session 1 Saturday 08.50 Warm up for 09.45 Start 

Session 2 Saturday 13.30   Warm up for 14.25 Start 

Session 3 Sunday  08.50 Warm up for 09.45 Start 

Session 4 Sunday  13.30 Warm up for 14.25 Start 

Please note session times may change once entries are known



Olympia Leisure Centre, Dundee.

50m, 6 lanes, anti-turbulence lane ropes and full electronic timing 


Age Groups

11-12 Years, 13 Years, 14 Years, 15-16 Years. 17 Years &   Over and Open.

Open and Junior Team Events

Open and Disability Events will be swum in conjunction with age group   events.


Age Group Qualifying Dates

Individual Events - Age as   at 31 December 2020. 

Team Events - Junior:   Age 16 Years or under   at 31 December 2020

 Open: Any age group




Team Events

All age   groups 50m: Back, Breast, Fly and Free – all   heats and finals

100m: Back, Breast,   Fly, Free - all heats and finals

  200m: Back, Breast, Fly,   Free, IM - Heat Declared Winner (HDW)


For   Junior relays, all team members must be 16 Years or under at 31 December 2020. 

Open Age Group team swimmers can be   any age. Only two relay teams per club will be permitted in any one event.   Relay entry times are not required. 



Licence and   Level 1 Accreditation – L1/646/SS/FEB20


Programme   of Events

See attached sheet.

Heats   will be deck seeded by time across the age groups. In appropriate events,   finalists will be extracted by age group. Heats will be swum for all age groups even if entries for   individual age groups are less than six 


Disability   Swimming 

Entries are invited from   swimmers with disabilities who are registered members of a swimming club   affiliated to Midland District and hold current SASA/ASA/WASA   membership. Supplementary conditions   apply to these swimmers and these are available by email from TM should handle these entries but please   indicate on the summary of entries form that you have entered swimmers for   Disability events.


Consideration   Times 

Minimum consideration times for each event are shown on the attached sheets   and will be strictly applied. Conversions from Short Course times are   acceptable. The number of heats in each event may be restricted to ensure the   meet runs to the licensed timescale. The Championship Committee reserves the   right to apply this procedure or to combine heats as appropriate in the   interests of the smooth running of the meet. Over the top starts may be used   if deemed to be appropriate.


SASA   Registration

All swimmers must be current   registered swimming members of SASA and of Midland District Club. This   includes at the time of entry and during the day(s) of competition.


A marshalling system will be in place. Coaches are requested to listen carefully to all announcements and   send swimmers to marshal two events in advance of their swim. 



Medals will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd   placed swimmer in each final.

Swimmers will be required to marshal for presentations, which will   take place at intervals throughout the meet as shown on the programme. To ensure   the meet runs to the licensed timescale the Championship Committee reserve   the right to issue medals during the running of the meet and dispense with   formal medal presentations.



Cost of Entries - £7 per individual event, £7 for   team events. 

All District   Championship entries must be made using the Team Manager programme. An Event file for the meet will be emailed   to the current club contact.



Coaches   Pass

Coaches Pass - £15 to include start sheets and meal between sessions   on Saturday and Sunday. Coach passes without   lunch cost £5.

At least one Coaches Pass must be purchased by participating   clubs. Poolside access will be   permitted only to those in possession of passes. This will be strictly   enforced due to limited space on poolside. Passes must be ordered in advance   and cannot be purchased on the day



Closing Date

Closing   date for entries is 5PM ON FRIDAY 10TH JANUARY 2020 

Late entries or entries ‘on the days   of competition’ will NOT be accepted. Entries should be made electronically   using the Team Manger file supplied to each club and returned to Phil Duncan   by email:


Payment for entries   must be made within 5 days with confirmation   of payment by BACS and completed Summary of Entries forms emailed to

SASA Midland District

Royal Bank of Scotland

Sort-code: 83-50-00

Account no: 00760821

Alternatively,   cheques made payable to SASA Midland District and completed Summary of   Entries forms can be forwarded to:

Phil Duncan

5 James Bell Wynd





Spectators   Entry

There will be no charge for Spectator entry.

Start sheets will be on sale at a cost of £1 and will be available at the start of each session.



Withdrawals in advance of the meet can be made to Phil Duncan by email   to Withdrawals on the day must be made to the recorders before the start   of warm up.

Withdrawals from Finals must be made ASAP, directly to the Recorder’s   table.




The current Midland District rule (M.R.7.0) means clubs   entering swimmers in District Events must provide names of officials   available for each SESSION. This is to   ensure that minimum numbers are present to permit accreditation of the meet.   Regulations stipulate that each session must comply otherwise the whole meet   may lose accreditation. The number to be supplied is proportional to the   number of swimmers entered for the Championships, as follows:

♦  1   - 2 swimmers : 0 officials per SESSION 

♦  3   - 4 swimmers : 1 official per SESSION 

♦  5   – 8 swimmers: 2 officials per   SESSION, at least one of whom must be Judge 1 or above

♦  9 - 12   swimmers: 3 officials per SESSION,   at least one of whom must be Judge 2 or above

♦ 13 -16 swimmers: 4 officials per SESSION, at least one of whom   must be Judge 1 or above and at least one of whom must be Judge 2 or above

♦ 17 -20 swimmers: 5 officials per SESSION, at least one of whom must   be Judge 1 or above and at least one of whom must be Judge 2 or above

♦ 21 or more swimmers: 6 officials per SESSION, at least two of whom   must be Judge 1 or above and at least one of whom must be Judge 2 or above

AOE operator and Recorder count as J2.

Trainee Officials will count at their qualified level (ie. Judge 1   trainee counts as Timekeeper). Mentoring may be provided depending on numbers   of qualified officials and must be indicated on the officials sign up form

Volunteer roles: Announcer, marshals and runners are provided by the   organising club(s) and are not counted.

Clubs unable to comply with this Rule may   request assistance from another Club, providing expenses if necessary, and inform   the STO coordinator accordingly. Any club falling below the required minimum   will be required to pay a fine of £20 per session for each missing official. 

STO’s wishing to officiate at this meet must   complete the online sign up form below by Wednesday 22nd January 2020.

Anyone assisting at 2 consecutive sessions on either day will be   offered lunch. All lunches must be   ordered at the same time as the online Officials registration. No additional   lunches can be offered on the day. 

Officials will assemble for briefing sessions in a venue which will be   announced. A list of duties will be   posted in advance and officials are requested to report at least 30 minutes in advance of the start time of the gala for   briefing. All designated Recorders should   report to the Championship Convenor one   hour in advance of the start of the session.

Volunteers for this meet, other than STOs, will be co-ordinated   by DCA, Carnoustie and Montrose. Offers of assistance of any sort, from any club, are much appreciated.   Volunteers are required for Announcing / Marshalling / Start Sheet   distribution / Posting Results and Presentations.


Supplementary Conditions (Disability Swimming) Midland District

Championships February 2020

These supplementary conditions are to be adhered to in conjunction with the general conditions for the District Championships:

The Events (Male & Female)

100m Freestyle  S1-S15

200m Free  S1-S15

100m Backstroke  S6-S15

100m Breaststroke  SB4-SB9 & SB11-SB15

100m Butterfly  S8-S15

200m Individual Medley   SM5-SM15


  • All S1-S10 competitors must have an      authorised British Swimming or IPC Swimming classification, which is held      on the British Swimming or IPC Swimming classification database at the      time of entry. 
  • All S11-S13 competitors must have      an authorised BBS or IBSA classification at time of entry.
  • All S14 competitors must have an      authorised UKSAPLD or INAS-FID classification at time of entry.
  • All S15 competitors must have an      authorised UK Deaf Sport or CISS/ICSD classification at time of entry.

· All competitors must be registered as members of a swimming club affiliated to Midland District and hold a current SASA, ASA or WASA membership. 

  • Qualifying times must be adhered to.      
  • Competitors must be a minimum of 11      years of age as at 31 December 2020.
  • Finalists shall be determined by      the top 6 British Disability Point scorers from the heats according to the      competitors classification, the stroke and the distance.
  • A minimum of 6 swimmers must progress      from the heats for a final to take place.
  • The competition shall take place      under the relevant IPC Swimming, Swimming Rules.


  • All coaches and personal care      attendants must have accreditation. Personal care attendants will only be permitted for swimmers in the      following classes: S1, S2, S3, S4 and S11. Such attendants will be excluded from any restrictions and will be      given the same accreditation as the swimmer for whom they have personal      care responsibilities. 
  • A swimmer in any of the classes as      specified above may have both a coach and a personal care attendant      present. Accreditation must be held by both of these and will be free of      charge. Applications for accreditation for both coaches and carers must be      made directly to the Championship      convenor ( at least 7 days in advance      of the meet. All coaches,      chaperones and personal care attendants must conform with SASA child protection      procedures.


Medals shall be awarded on a multi-disability basis to 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each event. Medals shall be awarded to the top three British Disability Point scorers in each event. If there are less than four competitors in any one event then a minus one ruling shall apply. Medals shall be awarded during the relevant session in which the event has taken place. All swimmers shall be required to present themselves to the marshal for presentations when notified. 


Midland District Open and Age Group Championships 1st and 2nd February 2020

Disability Swimming - Consideration Times

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