Dates: Friday 16 – Monday 17 Jan
Opens gold: Rebecca Moynihan 50 free
Gold: Rebecca Moynihan 50 free, 100 free
Silver: Rebecca Moynihan 200 free Chrystel Nielsen 100 free
Bronze: Tori Grout 50 breast 100 breast, Ballad Woodley-Hanan 50 breast, Chrystel Neilson 50 breast, 100 breast, 50 free, 200 breast. Tommie Milne 200 breast
First Time National Qualifiers
Robin Chen 100 breast – NZ Juniors
wellington champs 16-19 jan results ( Complete results)
Blue caps should be worn at this meet for racing. The RSC uniform is the same as last year with the exception of the caps. We would really like the new raptors tee-shirts to be worn by swimmers but this is not compulsory. New Raptors Tee-shirts ($18) email email@example.com
Below are the contact numbers for all team managers:
Janee Shipman 022 109 0535 session 2
Sheryl Morris 0210476872
Leanne Grout 0276287271 session 4
Linda Milne 0276609636
Amanda Hanan 027 420 7943 session 3
Jacqui Moynihan 0292015779 session 5
Maryann Corrigan – 0273634891
Results will be posted as they become available.
Start Times Mornings: Warm Up 7.30 to 8.10 Start 8.20am
Start times Afternoons: Warm Up 3.15 to4pm. Start 4.10pm
Swim Wellington Regulations regarding scratching and withdrawals
There will be no refunds for withdrawals after the entries close on Sunday 11 January 2015.
For all finals events, scratchings must be received within 30 minutes of the signed preliminary results being posted. For timed finals scratching must be received within 15 minutes of the end of the previous session. Failure to follow this procedure to withdraw from a timed final and final event will result in a $30 late withdrawal fee which will be charged or paid on the day, in accordance with the SNZ Regulations 3 [3.2].
Swimmers, who withdraw from the entire meet prior to the start of the meet, 16 January 2015, will receive a full refund of their entry fees by providing a valid medical certificate.
Unlike Wgtn short course which was all timed finals this championship meet has heats and finals.
50 and 100 metre events have heats in the morning and finals in the afternoon. It is important you do not leave in the morning before checking if you made an afternoon final. If you do not want to swim the final you must let the TM know you want to be scratched. Failure to do this means a $30 fine to the swimmer, from Swimming Wellington.
200 and 400 metre events are all timed finals. This means the times if you finish in the top ten in your age group you made the final. You do not have to swim another ‘final’.
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Duty Club Duties
Report to the kitchen for tea duty. Provide refreshments to officials and other volunteers such as results runners, the AOD room, announcers, recorders, and medal presenters throughout the session. Food and drink will be provided in the kitchen which is all clearly labelled with each session. A meet programme will be provided to the kitchen FYI and there are approximate guidelines of timings for bringing out refreshments throughout the session.
Report the to the AOD room to receive marshal programmes. Marshaling will take place in the group fitness rooms under the stairs. One experienced marshal has been requested for this role for each session.
Report to the AOD room 30 minutes before warm up. Positioned on the door to check all swimmers, coaches, and team managers passes. Anyone without a pass is to be directed back to the reception desk to pay as a spectator. This role is just for the duration of the warm-up time and will finish once racing begins and all swimmers, coaches, and team managers have entered the pool.
Report to the AOD room. To place two sets of results on the boards during the session as each event is scored. Further instructions can be given at the AOD room if unsure.
Report to Viv Morton at the presentation area. One medal assistant to prepare the medals and assist in handing them out. One medal assistant (adult) to give out ribbons to those receiving places 4th-10th in both timed finals and finals throughout the session.
Door: 2.45- 4pm
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