Chicago Public League

2018-2019 –Boys Swimming/Diving

Terms and Conditions

Coordinating Regional Athletic Director – Laquandis Riley   lriley8@cps.edu 

Calendar

Event

Day/Date

Time

Location

Release of the Schedule

9/27/17

Pre-Season Meeting

11/20/17

7: 00 PM-8:30 PM

2651 W. Washington, Chicago, IL 60612

1st Practice

11/30/17

Electronic CORS Check

11/27/17

CORS Hard Copy Due

12/5/17

1st Contest allowed

12/1/17

Conference Start Dates

12/7/17

Lower level Start Dates

12/7/17

Mandatory Make-up dates

2/1/1

Formal End of the Conference Season

1/30/18

Playoff Seed Meeting

1/30/18

7: 00 PM-8:30 PM

2651 W. Washington, Chicago, IL 60612

Playoff Rosters Due

2/2/18

Championships

2/4/18

8:00 AM-7:00 PM

839 West Roosevelt Road

Chicago, IL 60608

IHSA Sectionals

2/14/18

IHSA Finals

2/24/18

Terms and Conditions pertaining to Boy’s Swimming are listed here.  The General Chicago Public League Rules is an appendix to this document which lists rules that apply to each sport.  Issues of General governance, coach expectations, roster management/vertical movement/eligibility and eligibility certificates, and other issues of league contest management are addressed in the general document.  

  1. Team Regulations

Varsity

Sophomore

Contest Limitations

Team  14 dates Individuals 17 dates

Team  14 dates Individuals 17 dates

Minimum Contests for Team approval

6 meets including culminating meet

6 meets

Minimum Students on Roster

10

8

Minimum on Game Day

6

6

Uniform Considerations

Uniforms: Swimmers and divers shall wear suits that comply with specifications included in the modified NFHS Rule 3-3. Coaches and athletes are encouraged to work with their distributor to determine if any suit meets the standards defined in 3-3. To be deemed a legal suit, any suit must meet the style and construction restrictions described in rule 3-3, (i.e.: must be completely permeable to water and air). A suit listed on the FINA list of approved suits will be legal for competition. Not being included on that list does not necessarily mean the suit is not legal. It is legal to wear two caps.

Special Considerations

All team sponsored activities in the pool must be conducted with an individual that is solely working as the lifeguard.  Coaches are prohibited at any time from simultaneously serving as coach and lifeguard on in the pool.

Stipend Forfeiture

Failure to participate in League meets with the required number of participants as well as the championships or corresponding culminating meet, will result in forfeiture of the coaching stipend and possibly loss of recognition for that team.

  1. League Meets

Official Start Time of Contests

5:00

Rescheduling Protocol

Any rescheduling of a league contest must be approved by the Regional Athletic Director in charge of boy’s swimming.   The rescheduling of a league meet without approval may not be recognized as a true league contest.

Home Team/Site Requirements

The home coach is required to communicate with the opposing coach before the scheduled day of competition to confirm the following:

  1. Procure the officials for the meet
  2. The day/date/starting time of the meet.
  3. The entrance location to the school.
  4. The events to be contested.
  5. Confirmation of the contesting of diving.
  6. The levels of competition.
  7. Any other consideration that requires mutual consent.

League Related Coach Expectations and Requirements

All coaches must have current WSI certification and submitted proof of completion to the Office of Sports Administration in addition ot IHSA mandated coach certification requirements.

Make sure that the pool function is appropriate to accommodate swimmers.

A faculty member, student aide, or student leader should welcome the visiting team on their arrival and should be available to assist the visiting school at all times during their stay at the host school. The host school is responsible for assisting the visiting team on their departure. The coach is responsible for all players until they have left the playing site.

Obtain Hy-tek Team Manager Lite for Swimming in order to create a roster and submit entries to city-wide meets.  Only entries submitted in this format will be accepted.

  1. Officials and Fees

Gold Division

North/west, South/west Divisions

Intra-City

Number of Officials

2

1

1

Fees

$90 each

$90

$77

Selection of Officials

Officials are hired by the home school.  All officials must be registered with the IHSA.

League Costs

Schools will be reimbursed the cost of officials for league meets hosted at the school.

What if Officials do not show?

If neither official arrives, the RAD in charge of swimming should be contacted and the meet can be rescheduled or coaches can discuss alternative arrangements.

If only one official shows when 2 were scheduled, the home team is responsible for paying the official that did show an additional $10.

Meet Cancellation

If a meet must be cancelled/postponed, the RAD in charge of Swimming must be contacted.  If the meet is cancelled less than 3 hours prior to the start of the meet, the officials must also be compensated.

  1. Conference Standings

League Format and Schedule

Single Round Robin

Conferences other than the Gold have a culminating conference meet.

League Alignments

(Attached)

Standings (How standings are determined)

Team standings shall be determined on the basis of meets won and lost.

Mechanism for Reporting Scores/Results

All scores must be submitted to the RAD in charge of swimming according to the mechansim that is set up to receive the scores (Google Doc, etc.)

Score of a forfeit

12 - 0

Promotion and Relegation

The promotion and relegation of teams will be determined by the RAD in charge of Swimming as well as the committee of coaches at the end of each season.

  1. City Wide Meets

Meet Offerings

Each participating school is invited to the City Relays and will have the opportunity to submit entries to the CPS Championships.

Conference meets are scheduled to be organized by schools for leagues other than the Gold Conference.

The Gold conference will hold a culminating meet for swimmers from Gold teams that do not qualify for the Championships.

Qualification Criteria

Championship Criteria is attached

Special Rules

Individual Participant Petition

Students that wish to participate in Sports Administration sponsored meets that do not belong to an approved team will be allowed to participate as long as formal registration for the season has been confirmed through a Central Office Record Sheet and eligibility certificates submitted by the school athletic director.  The student(s) must be supervised at meets by school volunteers or by a parent/guardian at meets.  The RAD in charge of swimming must be notified of these instances so that insructions on formal online entry of meets (when necessary) is communicated.

  1. Alignment

2018-2018 CPS Boys' Swimming and Diving Conference Alignment

Gold

Jones/Payton

Lane

Lincoln Park

Northside CP

Taft

Von Steuben

Young

North

Northwest

South

Southwest

Amundsen

Foreman

CHSAS

Curie

Lake View

Little Village

BOYCP

Hubbard

Mather

North Grand

Julian

Juarez

Rickover

Prosser

Kenwood

Kennedy

Roosevelt

Steinmetz

Morgan Park

Lindblom

Schurz

Westinghouse

Washington

Solorio

Intra-City

Brooks

King

Phillips

Senn

South Shore Int.

  1. Special Sport Rules and Regulations

While a member of a school team, a swimmer shall not be allowed to represent any other organization in that sport during the official sport season.

The vertical movement of swimmers between the varsity and sophomore level is outlined in the General Rules.

Events contested during League meets:

Event

25 yd Pool

20 yard Pool

25 m Pool

200 Medley Relay

4x 1 lap

4x 1 lap (160)

4x 1 lap

200 Freestyle

4 laps

5 laps

4 laps

200 IM

4 laps

4 laps (160)

4 laps

50 Freestyle

1 lap

3 lengths (60)

2 laps

One Meter Diving

Diving into a 14' diving well

 

 

100 Butterfly

2 laps

5 lengths

2 laps

100 Freestyle

2 laps

5 lengths

2 laps

500 Freestyle

10 laps

25 lengths

10 laps

200 Freestyle Relay

4x 1 lap

4x 1 lap (160)

4x 1 lap

100 Backstroke

2 laps

5 lengths

2 laps

100 Breaststroke

2 laps

5 lengths

2 laps

400 Freestyle Relay

4x 2 laps

4x 2 laps (360)

4x 2 laps

Points for championship meets will be as follows:

For an 8 lane pool:

Event

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

16th

200 Medley Relay

40

34

32

30

28

26

24

22

18

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

200 Freestyle

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

200 IM

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

50 Freestyle

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

One Meter Diving

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

100 Butterfly

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

100 Freestyle

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

500 Freestyle

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

200 Freestyle Relay

40

34

32

30

28

26

24

22

18

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

100 Backstroke

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

100 Breaststroke

20

17

16

15

14

13

12

11

9

7

6

5

4

3

2

1

400 Freestyle Relay

40

34

32

30

28

26

24

22

18

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

For a 6 lane pool:

Event

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

200 Medley Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 Freestyle

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

200 IM

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

50 Freestyle

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

One Meter Diving

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

100 Butterfly

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

100 Freestyle

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

500 Freestyle

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

200 Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

100 Backstroke

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

100 Breaststroke

16

13

12

11

10

9

7

5

4

3

2

1

400 Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

  1. The events contested at the City Relays are:

Event

Description

300 IM. Relay

3x (1 length Butterfly, 1 length Backstroke, 1 length Breaststroke, 1 length Freestyle)

200 First Year Relay (All Year Levels)

4x (1 lap Freestyle) First year on the team swimmers

150 Butterfly Relay

3x (1 lap Butterfly)

400 Freestyle Relay

4x (2 laps Freestyle)

200 Crescendo Freestyle Relay

1 x (50, 100, 50 Freestyle)

150 Breastroke Relay

3x ( 1 lap Breaststroke)

200 Freestyle Relay

8 x (1 length)

150 Backstroke Relay

3x (1 lap Backstroke)*

300 Freestyle Relay F/S Only

6x (1 lap) Sophomore level only

200 Medley Relay

1 lap  Backstroke, 1 lap Butterfly, 1 lap Breaststroke, 1 lap Freestyle

200 Freestyle Relay

4x (1 lap Freestyle)

* The first swimmers will start the relay with a backstroke start off of the wall.  The remaining swimmers will execute a forward start on their exchange.  Swimmers two (2) and three (3) will be allowed one pull in the prone position and before pulling a second, turn over on their back, swimming backstroke for the remainder of their leg of the relay.

The points will be distributed as:

Event

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

300 IM. Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 First Year Relay (All Year Levels)

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

150 Butterfly Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

400 Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 Crescendo Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

150 Breastroke Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

150 Backstroke Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

300 Freestyle Relay F/S Only

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 Medley Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

200 Freestyle Relay

32

26

24

22

20

18

14

10

8

6

4

2

  1. Sport Committee Members

  1. Eligibility Summary

The full Scholastic Eligibility Policy (No pass no play) 605.6 is can be found at http://policy.cps.edu/download.aspx?ID=213

A.         Past Semester Standing

1.          A student must receive passing grades in 25 credit hours (5 half credits or their equivalent) for the previous semester. Additionally, a student with a grade point average below 2.0 must have an Individual Study Plan (“ISP”) in place to address academic weaknesses. The ISP must be approved by the Principal. If the student fails to satisfy the requirements of their ISP, the student’s eligibility to participate will be withdrawn.

B.         Present Semester Record

1.         The student shall be passing in 25 credit hours (5 half credits or their equivalent) as checked every week by the Principal or designee.

2.         For purposes of scholastic eligibility, “passing” shall be determined by a student’s grades, school attendance and attendance in class and conduct during the school day. A student who is failing one or more courses at the end of a week during the season shall be ineligible for the next week of competition.

3.         Eligibility shall be determined every week by the Athletic Director as approved by the high school principal. Eligibility shall date from Monday through Sunday of each week of the semester.


Chicago Public League Athletics

General Rules and Regulations

  1. General Information

  1. The official rules of the National Federation of High Schools Association shall govern all Public League competitions. Any exceptions to these rules are listed in the Terms and Conditions of the specific sport.

  1. The Chicago Public League is under the umbrella of the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) and the IHSA Handbook will govern all Public League interscholastic sports unless the Chicago Public Schools Athletics Constitution and By-laws demand a stricter implementation of a rule or policy.

  1. The Chicago Public Schools Athletics Constitution and By-laws will govern local Chicago Public League activities and protocols.  

  1. Coach Expectations

  1. All coaches are especially required to abide by Article III – Specific Responsibilities of Coaches which outlines coach certification criteria, comportment and sportsmanship, and other instances of compliance.  

In order to satisfy the coaching certification requirements and individual must:

Violations of any Section of this Article could lead to disciplinary action taken against the coach and/or the school.

  1. The criteria for a coach to receive the stipend from coaching an approved team from the Office of Sports Administration is listed in the Terms and Conditions for that sport and must be fulfilled in order for a coach to be remunerated.

        

Prior to the start of each school year, the Office of Sports Administration will prepare an inventory of approved sports/levels for each school.  An approved team will either be designated full or developmental.  

An approved team (full) carries the following distinction:

The team will be included in the Public League schedule for that sport.

Coaches’ stipends will be paid by the Office of Sports Administration if the criteria for receiving the stipend (as determined by the rules and regulations of the sport) are met by the coaches at the end of the season.

Officials’ fees for Public League contests/varsity playoffs will be reimbursed to the schools.

        An approved developmental team carries the following distinction:

50% of the coaches’ stipends will be paid by the Office of Sports Administration if the criteria for receiving the stipend (as determined by the rules and regulations of the sport) are met by the coaches at the end of the season.

        A team that is not approved will not be forced to cease operation, but:

                Non Approved teams will not be included in the Public League schedule.

Coaches of non-approved teams will not be remunerated by the Office of Sports Administration.  If a non approved team is allowed by school personnel to practice and participate in interscholastic competitions, the school assumes the responsibility of remunerating the coaches of that team or staffing those coaches as formal volunteers with the school.

Officials’ fees for unrecognized teams will not be reimbursed to the school.

  1. Head coaches are expected to assist the school athletic director in generating Central Office Record Sheets and Eligibility Rosters.  All coaches are expected to assist the school athletic director in the monitoring of weekly eligibility (active/inactive students) and likewise enforce the academic eligibility rules within the Chicago Public League program.

  1. Coaches are expected to prepare teams for competition through appropriate practice sessions.

  1. Coaches must ensure that details pertaining to contests are properly arranged and ensure that provisions are made to start contests according to the scheduled start time.

  1. Coaches are responsible for submitting league and non-league contest results to the reporting mechanism established by each sport.  Scores/results must be reported within 24 hours of the contest.

  1. Roster Management

  1. Student eligibility is governed by Articles V – Records of High School Eligibility and VI – Eligibility of the Chicago Public Schools Athletics By-laws as well as the Scholastic Eligibility Policy, Board Report 12-0822-PO2. The policy is outlined in the Athletic Director Hand Guide available to all school athletic directors and principals.

  1. All participants that represent Chicago Public League member schools for interscholastic competition must be listed as eligible on a Central Office Record Sheet (generated by IMPACT for traditional schools, computer generated for charter schools) and certified to be medically as well as academically eligible for the contest.

There are four potential teams/levels where a school principal/athletic director would have to submit a requisite Central Office Record Sheet (CORS) for the sport.  

Team

Participants

Age Requirement

Priority/Purpose

Level

Varsity

Fr., Soph., Jr., Sr.

19

Competition

3

Junior Varsity

Fr., Soph., Jr., Sr.

19

Participation

2

Sophomore

1st or 2nd year enrolled in HS

17

Development

2

Freshman

1st year enrolled in HS

16

Introduction

1

  1.  Each individual team must have a corresponding CORS, and an individual student-athlete may only be listed on one (1) CORS at a time.  

        Once a freshman or sophomore student-athlete is listed on the varsity CORS for a sport, that

student is not eligible to participate on lower team/levels.  Once a freshman is listed on the sophomore level CORS, that student is not eligible for the frosh team/level.

Likewise, once a freshman or sophomore player is moved up to the varsity level (e.g. during the middle of the season) and listed on the varsity CORS, that student is no longer eligible to participate on the freshmen or sophomore team/level.  Once a freshman is moved up to the sophomore level and listed on the sophomore level CORS, that student is no longer eligible for the frosh team/level.

  1. Depending on the sport, students are allowed to participate on higher level teams for particular contests.  This concept is called Vertical Movement.  Vertical movement allows coaches the flexibility to allow lower level students to gain varsity level experience while maintaining eligibility on the lower level.

Vertical Movement is only allowed between the sophomore and varsity levels and the junior varsity and varsity levels, (when there is a Sports Administration approved JV level) during the regular season.

The Terms and Conditions of the various sports will stipulate the management and allowable participation for students engaging in vertical movement.  

  1. Prior to the Office of Sports Administration-sponsored post-season playoffs and for eligibility purposes for those playoffs, vertical movement must cease and CORS/Eligibility Certificates for all teams must be locked.   Each participating team must submit locked Eligibility Certificates to the Regional Athletic Director in charge of the sport.  (Eligibility Certificates must also be traded with opponents prior to the semi-final round.)

For the Public League playoffs, team maximums are established and the number of students

listed on the Eligibility Certificate, as well as those participating in contests, must not exceed this

number listed in the following table per sport.  Additionally, the maximum number of students

that can be promoted from lower levels for the playoffs is likewise listed:

        

Sport

Playoff Roster Max

Max Student Promotion

Baseball

27

None

Basketball

15

3

Soccer

25

5

Softball (Fast Pitch)

27

None

Volleyball

15

3

Lower level students that were not listed on the varsity playoff eligibility certificate are ineligible during the playoffs and students participating in lower level playoff tournaments are ineligible to move up to the varsity team while the lower level team is alive in their tournament.

During Public League post-season competitions, if the lower level team is eliminated from the tournament and their season has been completed, students can be moved up to the varsity team only if the playoff maximum indicated on the original playoff eligibility certificate has not been reached. Examples:

 

If a team involved in a Public League playoff tournament faces forfeiture due to the lack of players, because of ineligible students (medically, academically, or injured), that team will be allowed to supplement their roster with lower level students.

  1. The school athletic director must prepare IMPACT generated eligibility certificates signed by the principal, head coach and athletic director which certify the eligibility of students for each interscholastic contest with other Public League opponents.  These certificates must be submitted to their coach to trade with the opposing coach. Student-athletes listed on the eligibility sheet are considered to have participated in the contest, unless they are indicated as otherwise prior to the start of the contest.

The following instructions must be followed for the Game Day Eligibility Trade Process from athletic directors to coaches:

  1. Athletic Directors must inform the coach that whereas an eligibility sheet was generated for him/her, the coach should deliver an eligibility sheet back to the Athletic Director.

  1. Coaches must bring a copy of the IMPACT generated eligibility sheet (computer generated sheet for charter schools) signed by the coach, Athletic Director, and Principal to the game to exchange with your opponent.

  1. Only students that are printed on the sheet through IMPACT are eligible to participate in the contest.
  2. Charter schools must trade a simulation sheet with all of the appropriate signatures.
  3. In sports where there is not a scorebook or other means of registration where       a jersey number or event entry can help verify the identity of a student, a numerical roster should be submitted in addition to the eligibility sheet to allow the opposing coach to be able to identify a student by jersey number, in the event of a protest.

3.        After the game, the coach must submit the eligibility sheet collected from the

opponent to his/her Athletic Director.  The sheet now becomes the Record of Contest and should contain the score of the game, the names of the officials that worked the game, and any comments that you have about the game.

4.        The Athletic Director is responsible for filing the traded document at the school to be

retrieved later, if necessary. Eligibility certificates should be maintained at the school for 5 years.  Certificates can be stored in a folder or electronically by season or sport, but must be made available if needed by any agent of the District.

5.        If a team does not trade:

  1. The game is automatically played under protest.
  2. The coach of the team that has an eligibility certificate prepared should write on top of

their certificate, “the opponent did not trade” and return this certificate to his/her Athletic Director.

  1. If there is no scorebook, an alternative roster should be created by the team that

did not trade to indicate the participating players and to create a record to be compared with the actual eligibility certificate, and traded with the opponent.

  1. The team that was not prepared and did not trade a formal eligibility certificate

must submit the actual eligibility certificate to the opponent, on the next school day after the contest.  If the team does not comply, the team with the prepared eligibility sheet can contact the Office of Sports Administration in order to have the contest declared a forfeit.

  1. Once the prepared team receives the eligibility certificate, then they should send their

        eligibility certificate to the opposing team.

  1. Both athletic directors should then file the collected eligibility sheets which now

serve as the records of contest. If there is a conflict in the sheet and/or the scorebook detected by the athletic director or coach, that certificate should be submitted immediately for further review. If there is an infraction, or if the school does not comply, the game will be forfeit.

6.        If neither team trades:

  1. The game is automatically played under protest.
  2. Teams should submit the eligibility certificate to the opposing team, as well as the

Office of Sports Administration on the day following the contest.

  1. Both Athletic Directors should then file the collected eligibility certificates which now

serve as the records of contest. If there is a conflict in the sheet and/or the score book detected by the athletic director or coach, that sheet should be submitted immediately for further review.  If there is an infraction, or if a school does not comply, the game will be forfeit.  If neither school complies, the game could be determined to be a double forfeit.

7.        The ability to submit eligibility certificates the following day is a concession and should not

be the rule.  Programs/coaches whose use of this concession resulting in multiple occasions where certificates were not traded are subject to probation or suspension due to non-compliance.

Note: At the end of the season, each school should have a file copy of  the number of eligibility certificates equal to the number of Public League contests conducted. Failure to maintain post-game eligibility certificates can lead to probation and sanctions to coaches and/or schools.

  1. League Regulations

  1. If a team does not show for a contest, the Regional Athletic Director (RAD) in charge of the sport has the exclusive authority to determine whether the contest shall be recorded as a forfeit or must be rescheduled.

  1. Two forfeits resulting from the failure to show for contests (with the appropriate number of athletes) will result in the loss of approval/recognition for that team.  Article X – Cancellations and Forfeitures of Contests of the Chicago Public Schools Athletics Bylaws addresses cancellations and forfeitures of contests.

  1. Contest results can be protested according to Article XI – Infractions and Protests of the Chicago Public Schools Athletics Bylaws if there is some irregularity or infraction occurring during the contest.

  1. The maximum admission price that individual schools can establish for a Chicago Public League regular season contest is $5.00.

  1. Scores must be reported by the home team to the mechanism of collection within 24 hours of the contest.

Qualification Criteria For City Championship

Sophomore Standards

Event

25 yards

20 yards

25 meters

 

200 Free

3:30.0

3:30.0

3:53.10

 

200 IM

3:40.0

2:56.0 (160 IM)

4:26.0

 

50 Free

43.0

51.60 (60Free)

47.0

 

100 Fly

1:50.0

1:50.0

2:02.0

 

100 Free

1:32.0

1:32.0

1:42.5

 

500 Free

9:30.0

9:30.0

8:24.0 (400 Free)

 

100 Back

1:40.0

1:40.0

1:51.0

 

100 Breast

1:55.0

1:55.0

2:07.0

 

 

Varsity Standards

Event

25 yards

20 yards

25 meters

200 Free

2:30.99

2:30.99

2:48.00

200 IM

2:50.99

2:18.99 (160 IM)

3:10:00

50 Free

26.99

31.00 (60 Free)

30.00

100 Fly

1:16.99

1:16.99

1:26.00

100 Free

1:00.99

1:00.99

1:08.00

500 Free

7:12.99

7:12.99

6:21.00 (400 Free)

100 Back

1:17.99

1:17.99

1:26.99

100 Breast

1:20.99

1:20.99

1:29.99