2019 South Australian Country Championships | Swimming SA
Athlete Eligibility: Minimum Age Applies - Country Individual Events 10 years, Country Relay 7 years. Standard Times apply and must be achieved in the heat to be eligible to swim in the Finals. Time Qualifying Period: Long Course Times Only from 1 October 2016 - Standard Times Click Here. Event Listing - Click Here
2019 NSW Country SC Championships | Swimming NSW
MC Swimmers are required to email their Classification to [email protected] Multi Class events are championship events and qualifying times apply. Whilst the OME system will allow MC swimmers to enter all MC events – please ensure you read the MC Qualifying Times and only enter events for which you qualify.
Swimming at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Qualification
The first twelve teams in each relay event at the 2015 World Championships will automatically compete for the relay events at the Olympics; while the remaining four per relay event must obtain their fastest entry times based on the FINA World Rankings of 31 May 2016 during the process.
Pool meets | Masters Swimming Western Australia
An annual National Championship meet generally rotated through the States so that a national swim meet is held in one of the Branches of Masters Swimming Australia about every 7-8 years. In March 2019 Adelaide will be hosting them at SA Aquatic and Leisure Centre. There are no qualifying times for these meets.
USA Swimming Time Standards Explained - ThoughtCo
To qualify for USA Swimming's national meets, swimmers must post minimum qualifying times during the qualifying period. The standards are set for national meets for swimmers of various ages and abilities, such as the AT&T Short Course National Championships, Junior National Championships, and ConocoPhillips National Championships.
Swimming at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Qualification
One athlete per event can potentially enter if they meet the Olympic Selection Time (OST) or if the quota of 878 athletes has not been targeted. NOCs may also permit swimmers regardless of time (one per gender) under a Universality place, as long as they have no swimmers reaching either of the standard entry times (OQT/OST).