NEW YORK Y STATE SWIM MEET 2015
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One of the major tasks of the State Committee is to aid in the running and organization of the State Meet . Thus this section is divided into the areas listed below. The General information is listed below. To obtain specific information click on the indicated colored phrase. Listed on this page below are the dates, site, contact person and general rules for the 2015 state meet.
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The 2015 State Meet will be held March 20-22, 2015 on Long Island. A list of hotels for 2015 is listed below
To get the QUALIFYING TIMES click this phrase or the appropriate button
To get a LIST OF MOTELS in the area click this phrase or the appropriate button
To get the RESULTS of the last state meet click this phrase or the appropriate button
To view the PSYCH SHEET for the 2014 state meet.
The 2014 State Meet will be held in Ithaca NY the third weekend in March
BASIC INFORMATION FOR 2014 : as of September 1, 2013
IMPORTANT- All age groups will use the NO FALSE START RULE.
The meet will be held in Ithaca NY the third weekend in March, hosted by Rochester. the Meet Director will be Brian Bradstreet. As soon as information is available it will be posted here.
Information Packets will be sent out early December
Team Registration closing date Jan. 15 , 2014
Entry Closing Date - T.B.A
THE BASIC GENERAL RULES;
To enter the meet a swimmer must be entered by his / her Y and thus no official entry blank will be published here. See your coach or Athletic Director to enter. A complete list of rules will accompany the entry blank but the important basic rules are these:
1. A swimmer must be a member of his / her Y for 90 days prior to the meet.
2. A swimmer must have met the Qualifying Times noted above during the present season
3. The swimmer must have represented only his / her Y in open competition after October 31, 2013. Example 1. Jane Smith can not represent Dolphin Aquatics a U.S.S. swim team in U.S.S. meets and the local Y in the state meet. Some Y's swim in U.S.S. competition as a team representing the local Y. That is OK, they have a U.S.S. charter and represent their Y. Example 2 Tim Brown represents his local High School in High School competition and also his Y in the state meet. This is legitimate because High School swimming is closed to the High Schools.
4. A swimmer must have competed in at least 3 inter association meets between Sept.1,2012and the closing date for entries.
If a swimmer's Y does not have a team they may compete in the state meet if they meet the requirements above except possibly number 4. Contact the State Commissioner or Meet Director for further information