at Sugarland Run(168.0)
at Chantilly Highlands(178.0)
at Armfield Farm(268.5)
at Glen Cove(86.0)
at Sequoia Farms(238.0)
at Burke Centre Penguins(332.0)
at Franklin Farm(228.0)
at South Riding(265.0)
Mon, Aug 1, 2016 7:30PM - 9:00PM
Team Rep Meeting @ Chase Club
Tue, Oct 11, 2016 7:30PM - 9:00PM
Week 2 Hy-Tek files are now available. Navigate to the Documents > Meet Files > 2016 folder.
To download, right-click on the desired file and then click Save link as... (Firefox, Chrome) or Save Target As... (Internet Explorer)
Computer volunteers from both teams will need the Events File, which should be imported into your team platform.
Both teams should also download the Meet Database, so they'll have a copy of it.
Prior to coming to the pool, TeamUnify teams should import their entries and roster into a copy of the meet database and then create Hy-Tek proprietary exports of their entries and roster to a flash drive. Please see the Hy-Tek blog or the A-meet Help Sheets for details.
If desired, either team can use the Meet Database to pre-print time cards on Friday evening.
After downloading files, please open or import the file as appropriate into Meet Manager, Team Manager, or TeamUnify and verify that everything is set up properly, such as meet name, meet date, age-up date, meet course, session courses, number of lanes, etc.
All meets are set up as 6-lane Meter except for:
Chantilly Highlands at Sugarland Run
Glen Cove at Barrington
Arlington Knights of Columbus at South Riding
Ashburn Village at Cascades
Saratoga at CountrySide
Schedule is here. (Right-click, Save as...)
Relay Carnival, Sunday, July 17
Division Qualification Meets, Saturday, July 30
Red -- Cascades
White -- Burke Centre Stingers
Blue -- Franklin Glen
Gold -- Chantilly National
All-stars, Saturday, August 6
Leading the way were 10-year old Mac Marsh of Arlington Knights of Columbus and 12-year old Janika Perezous of Countryside, both of whom fall into both categories. Mac broke both of his records from Divisionals, speeding to times of 30.41 in Freestyle and 38.32 in Breaststroke, with the latter being the best in the DMV this summer by over 3 seconds. Janika powered to an Individual Medley record with an outstanding time of 1:09.56, more than a second under the old mark set in 2013. Chase Club's 14-year old Julia Moser was the other record breaker, lowering the mark in Breaststroke for the third time this summer with a sizzling fast time of 33.95.
The other five triple winners were 8-year old Micaela Perezous of Countryside, 10-year old Claire Mowery of Fort Myer, 14-year old Max Kuranda of Hayden Village, and 15-18's Caroline McCleskey and John Shebat of Franklin Farm.
Meet Manager Backup
Results Export for TM/TU/SM/ST
Camryn Barry of Broadlands set the new standard in Girls 15-18 50M Backstroke with a time of 30.14, which was 0.32 seconds under the mark set at last summer's All-star meet. And Chase Club's Julia Moser was at it again, going under her already 2015-DMV fastest Girls 13-14 50M Breaststroke time with a new record swim of 34.07. Last but certainly not least, it was John Shebat of Franklin Farm rocketing his way to an all time DMV-best time of 24.47 in the Boys 15-18 50M Backstroke.
Great swims, Mac, Camryn, Julia, and John! Congratulations!
Printable results... Red White Blue Gold
Meet Manager Backups... Red White Blue Gold
Results export for TM/TU/SM/ST... Red White Blue Gold
The intent is to allow officials-in-training to complete their shadow sessions at meets which have been rescheduled for the week leading up to Divisionals.
Please pass this information on to your officials and those training to become officials.
In the Gold Division, Chase Club visits Sequoia Farms this coming weekend in the meet that will decide things. Chinquapin has a make up meet this Tuesday at Armfield Farm, then will return Saturday to nearby Franklin Glen on Saturday in the pivotal Blue Division meet.
Blue Update: Chinquapin won at Armfield Farm on Tuesday evening (July 14). Wahoos and Gators are now tied for first at 4-0. Should be a fun duel-in-the-pool on Saturday at FG.
Congratulations to the Penguins, Stingers, Villains, and (SF) Stingrays, who brought home the four trophies this year.
With no PVS LC meets scheduled, this figured to be a fast Relay Carnival. It was. Seven league records fell, most of them by several seconds, courtesy of six teams and twenty-six swimmers. Chinquapin was the first to strike, breaking the Boys 11-12 200Y Medley Relay record as Emil LaSida, Ronan Lauinger, William McClaury and Angel Callisaya combined for a time of 2:01.80, over three seconds under the mark they set earlier this season. In the next event, the South Riding Stingrays' Abby Church, Kathryn Oakford, Jennifer Luong, and Abby Harrington sped to a time of 2:03.36 in the Girls 11-12 200Y Medley Relay, more than four seconds under the record set last summer.
In the Girls 13-14 200Y Medley Relay, Dana Korotovskikh, Jordan Wenner, Elise Nguyen and Natalie Smithers of Ashburn Village went 1:57.03, lowering a 6-year old record by nearly a second. And it was the Burke Centre Penguins' Matthew Honnold, Luke Jones, Jacob Anglin and Michael Meister setting the new standard with a time of 1:40.05 in the Boys 15-18 200Y Medley Relay.
In the Mixed 9-10 200Y Freestyle Relay, Noah Ousley Naseman, Sarah Grace Rogers, Jack Kunkel and Claire Mowery of the Fort Myer Squids impressed with time of 2:04.61, well under the old mark of 2:07.62. Next it was the Burke Centre Penguins, this time in the Mixed 15-18 200Y Freestyle Relay, where Carol Zangla, Livi Schmid, Matthew Honnold and Luke Jones churned to a time of 1:34.64.
And finally, in the Mixed Mixed 200Y Medley Relay, the Franklin Farm Froggers' John Shebat, McKenna Witlin, Abby Zindler and Chase Koller brought it home in 1:54.18 to close out the meet in style.
Congratulations to all -- Emil, Ronan, William, Angel, Abby, Kathryn, Jennifer, Abby, Dana, Jordan, Elise, Natalie, Matthew, Luke, Jacob, Micheal, Noah, Sarah Grace, Jack, Claire, Carol, Livi, John, McKenna, Abby and Chase! Well done!
Results by Division
Results by League
For computer leads...
With four Blue Division teams having two losses each, Franklin Glen and Chinquapin appear destined for a week 5 showdown to decide the crown. And in the Gold Division, undefeated leaders Sequoia Farms and Chase Club will clash in week 5. Barrington, at 2-1, faces Sequoia Farms this weekend and is by no means out of it.
A few more league records to announce. Last Wednesday at Franklin Farm, the Froggers' John Shebat zipped to a time of 25.87 in the Boys 15-18 50M Backstroke, breaking the previous record of 26.47 set in 2012.
Two more records fell during Saturday's meets. At Sugarland Run, Countryside's Micaela Perezous' time of 16.64 in the Girls 8&Under 50Y Butterfly just nipped the 36-year old record of 16.65. And at Ashburn Farm, Lexi Cuomo of ManorGate obliterated the 13-year old record of 29.79 in the Girls 13-14 50M Butterfly with a time of 28.84.
Well done and congratulations, Micaela, Lexi and John!
And undaunted by the conditions, CSL swimmers set two league records at Saturday's meets. In the Boys 15-18 50M Butterfly, John Shebat of Franklin Farm churned to a time of 26.05, bettering the old mark of 26.37 set in 2008 at the Red Divisional meet. And in the Girls 13-14 200M Medley Relay, Dana Korotovskikh, Jordan Wenner, Elise Nguyen and Madison Gupton of Ashburn Village combined for a time of 2:10.66, lowering the mark of 2:11.77 set almost one year ago to the day at this same pool.
Congratulations, Dana, Jordan, Elise, Madison and John! Well done!
The 2015 training schedule (as best we know it as this time) can be found here.