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Georgia swimming

Georgia swimming

Georgia swimming

Georgia swimming includes the girls and boys swimming, high school and college swimming, and masters swimming. Swimming includes both the regular and synchronized swimming. There are many different categories of swimming in Georgia and they include singles, duets, free swim, relays, and breaststroke. Sprinting and relay events are one of a few categories that can be swum in either form.THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU BECOME AN OFFICIAL?Rise to the occasion. Be sharp. And then let the swimming begin.

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The Georgia Bulldogs swimming and diving team represents the University of Georgia (UGA) in NCAA men's and women's swimming and diving. Also known as the "Swim Dawgs," the teams compete at Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Georgia, USA. The women have won seven NCAA national championships (1999, 2000, 2001, 2005, 2013, 2014, 2016). Jack Bauerle is the head coach over both the men's and women's swimming teams. Dan Laak is the head diving coach.SwimAtlanta is excited to have your swimmer(s) participating in the SwimAtlanta Swim or Treat Swim Meet. Please arrive 15 min. before your scheduled warm up to find a place for your swimmer to sit on deck and be ready to enter the pool. Parents may sit on deck or outside. There will be limited space for sitting on the pool deck. We strongly recommend bringing chairs for you and your swimmer(s). SwimAtlanta Swim Shop will be having a sidewalk sale and a coffee truck will be at the pool.

With the number of swimmers in the SwimAtlanta October Invite we have decided to run all events in the morning. Please notice the new warm-up and start times for the 12&under events. 13&over events will be swum in the East Pool (diving well side). 12&under events will be swum in the West Pool (under the scoreboard). Spectators are allowed in the building and are encouraged to wear a mask. Reminder parents are not allowed on the pool deck. High school swimming in the state of Georgia is recognized and governed by the Georgia High School Association. This site has been developed and will be maintained by the Georgia High School Swimming Coaches Association. The site is here to foster and promote High School swimming and diving not only in Georgia but throughout the country. Thank you for your interest in Georgia High School Swimming and for visiting our site. (Source: ghssca.com)

 

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