Championship Meets are Next Week

Please Read – All Championship Meet Opt-Outs are Due Tomorrow by 10:00 AM

How to determine which Championship Meet your swimmer is attending (read carefully – it’s confusing, we know!):

  • All swimmers who competed in at least 1 regular season meet will compete in a Championship Meet.
  • Your swimmer will compete in only one Championship Meet – either the A or B.
  • If your swimmer is 13 or over, he or she will attend the A meet.
  • If your swimmer is 12 or under and not on the list of A meet qualifiers, he or she will attend the B meet.
  • Championship meets are away meets – see locations.

Download A Meet Qualifiers

Here are the dates and locations for the Championship Meets.

DateChampionshipLocationTimesInfo
7/17/2018A Meet – Ages 12 and UnderHudsonvilleWarm up: 2:30 p.m.
Events begin: 4:00 p.m.
We are unable to attend.
(by 7/13 at 10:00 AM)
7/18/2018A Meet – Ages 13 and UpCalvinWarm up: 2:30 p.m.
Events begin: 4:00 p.m.
We are unable to attend.
(by 7/13 at 10:00 AM)
7/19/2018B Meet – All AgesGrand HavenCheck-in opens: 7:30 a.m.
Warm up: 8:00 a.m.
Check-in closes: 8:15 a.m.
Events begin: 9:30 a.m.
We are unable to attend.
(by 7/13 at 10:00 AM)

More Meet Information

  • Because they include so many teams, the conference meets are run differently than regular dual meets.  We will be competing with 8 other teams in our half of the West Michigan Swim League.  This also means they run a little longer – so be prepared.
  • At the B meet, there is no medley relay, only a freestyle relay.  Swimmers are allowed to swim 1 relay and 2 individual events.  However, each team may only enter 1 relay, so only 4 swimmers in each age/gender group will swim in a relay.
  • Everyone will be entered in their 2 individual events.
  • Swimmers may only swim events for which they have a seed time.
  • Because there are several officials at conference meets, disqualifications will be called on the technical aspects of each stroke, i.e., illegal kicks (common in breaststroke and butterfly).  Therefore, most swimmers will be entered in freestyle and backstroke events.
  • Generally, the Championship Meet signals the end of practices for your athlete.