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Club Times Sheet and Records

This page will have a link on it to the latest updated Club Time sheet. It might not be the latest and greatest of your own results, as you can imagine it takes quite a bit of time to keep this sheet up to date, but we try our best ūüôā

So click the link, it is in Microsoft Excel format, if people would like it in different formats then let the club know and we’ll see what we can do.

Times160309 time sheet from the 9th March 2016

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Also this is the latest Club Record Sheet, this will get updated slowly as time permits.

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CLUB RECORDS 24062016

CLUB RECORDS 28022017

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If you think you have set a club record then please complete this form and take it to a committee meeting to get it ratified.

CADSC Swimming Record Application Form

Please Read this as well, how to get a record recorded.

To achieve a club record, the swimmer must be competing at either a top level meet (level One) or a middle level meet (Level Two). Friendly galas and most local club galas are mainly at Level Three. When a club chooses to run a gala, they have to apply for a licence from Scottish Swimming to run the event and they will be told what level the meet will be set at given the type of swimming to be undertaken. Most of the galas we attend are at level two with the exception of the Novice Leagues where they are at level three. In a level three meet, the swimmer is probably less experienced and therefore swim judges are more likely to not disqualify a swimmer for a rule infringement. It is for this reason, we do not accept them as club records, as in truth the child may have achieved a time with some illegal element to their stroke/finish/start etc.

The Club holds the club records and regularly checks  results achieved against club records. Parents and swimmers too have a responsibility to notify the club if they believe they have set a new record. For a new record to be entered onto the club records sheet, there must be an application form completed and submitted to the swimming club committee who will check the details and agree a club record has been set. Thereafter the club records will be amended and the application kept on file. This application form must be submitted either in hard copy or electronically to the head coach who will present the application to committee for approval. This should done as soon as possible, ideally within 28 days of the record being set.

Age is on the day of the competition and our records relate to short course swims only (swims achieved in a 25m pool). Any further queries about club records, please contact the squad coach or committee.

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