2022 PN MET-SEAL Cannonball Classic

Bernardo's All Stars Meets

Saturday, June 11 - Sunday, June 12, 2022

USMS Sanction : 362-S004

Bernardo's All Stars Meets

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Pacific Northwest Swimming 
2022 PN MET-SEAL LCM Cannonball Classic  

PNS Sanction #2206-SP03 
Sanctioned by PNA for USMS, Inc. - Sanction #362-S004
Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center 
650 SW Campus Drive, Federal Way, Washington 
Hosted by the Metro Aquatics Boosters and the Vashon Seals Swim Team 
Held under sanction of Pacific Northwest Swimming, Inc., USA Swimming, Inc., Pacific Northwest Association of Masters Swimming, Inc., and US Masters Swimming, Inc.

SCHEDULES     
SESSIONS 1 & 2, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 2022     

Coaches' Meetings:  Saturday:  7:45 am -- others will be announced  as needed 
Officials' Meetings:  One hour before start of competition
Timers’ Meetings:  20 minutes before start of competition
Warm-ups:  Session 1:  8:00 am; Session 2:  Immediately following conclusion of Session 1
Meet Starts:  Session 1:  9:00 am; Timed Finals, Session 2:  One hour after start of warm-ups

SESSIONS 3 & 4, SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2022
Officials' Meetings:  One hour before start of competition
Timers’ Meetings:  20 minutes before start of competition
Warm-ups:  Session 3:  8:00 am; Session 4:  Immediately following conclusion of Session 1
Meet Starts:  Session 3:  9:00 am; Timed Finals, Session 4:  One hour after start of warm-ups

MEET DIRECTORS:
Kimber Towle,  kimber.towle@comcast.net,  253 203 8593 
Terra Boulse-Archaro,  terralynn12@gmail.com 
 
MEET REFEREE: 
Paul Sachs,  pesachs@aol.com 
 
FACILITY 
•    Site of the 1990 Goodwill Games, multiple NCAA Men’s Division 1 Championships and many USA Swimming National and Junior National Championships.   
•    Indoor 50-meter, 9 feet deep, 8-lane competitive pool.  Omega OSB starting blocks and take-off pads with adjustable setting back plates (fins) and backstroke starting ledges. 
•    The competition course has been certified in accordance with 104.2.2C(4).  The copy of such certification is on file with USA Swimming.  
•    USMS: The length of the competition course is in compliance and on file with USMS in accordance with articles 105.1.7 and 106.2.1, but as a bulkhead course, is subject to length confirmation.  Eligibility of times for USMS Top 10 and records will be contingent on verification of bulkhead placement. 
•    USMS:  The primary timing system will be automatic timing. Times from this competition will be eligible for world record, USMS record, and Top 10 consideration. 
•    Diving tank will be available for continual warm-up and warm-down, no diving or horseplay at any time during this meet. 
•    2500 spectator seats.  Folding chairs allowed behind the railing in marked platform areas only, not in the bleacher sections.  In addition, sessions will be livestreamed to provide online spectator viewing.   
•    Omega electronic timing system and full-read scoreboard 
•    Shaving is not permitted anywhere in the facility. 
•    Heat Sheets on Meet Mobile; results on Meet Mobile and the PNS and PNA web sites.  Meet Mobile fees apply. 
•    Concessions:  Under contract with King County; neither PNS nor the host team derive any benefit 
•    Hospitality for coaches and officials only 
•    Parking information will be posted on the PNS and PNA websites.  Illegally parked cars will be ticketed and towed by the Federal Way Police Dept.  Do not leave valuables in vehicles. 
 
ELIGIBILITY & ENTRY INFORMATION: 
•    All swimmers must be registered with USA Swimming through Pacific Northwest Swimming or USMS.  Entries from non-PNS clubs will be limited to 180 swimmers per day. 
• USMS: All participants must be currently registered members of U.S. Masters Swimming and must be age 18 or older as of their first day of competition at the meet. Each USMS member must provide their current USMS membership number, and the event host will verify that they are currently registered with USMS.    
•    Athletes who are members of both USA Swimming and USMS must pick one organization with which to compete for the entire meet. Automatic recognition by USMS of times achieved by a USMS swimmer competing as USA Swimming is still available. 
•    Neither on-deck USA Swimming registration, USMS registration, nor any on-deck transfer will be permitted.   
•    Age groups for USA Swimming athletes are based on the age of the swimmer as of the first day of competition.   
•    USMS age groups for Top 10 and records based on the swimmer’s age as of December 31, 2022: 18-24, 25-29, and up in five-year increments. 
•    USMS age groups for Relays– 72-99, 100-119, 120-159, 160-199, …(40 yr. increments as necessary).  The aggregate age of the four relay team members shall determine the age group.  Correct relay age groups will not be reflected until post meet processing by USMS. 
•    Swimmers may enter up to three (3) events per day, but each club or individual may enter events in only one session per day.  In addition, each swimmer may participate on one (1) relay team per day.  Entries exceeding this limit will be scratched without notification, and entry fees for entry count limitation scratches will not be refunded.   
•    Deck Entries:  Deck entries for individual events will be allowed in open lanes only at the discretion of the Meet Referee.      
•    Deck entered swimmers who are not already in the meet are required to show proof of appropriate athlete registration through a club participating in that session or be otherwise authorized to deck enter. 
•    USA Swimming athletes must complete a PNS Deck Entry Registration at the Clerk of Course in order to enter.   
•    No deck entry will be considered complete without payment of all appropriate entry fees. 
•    All USA Swimming registration numbers will be verified with the PNS registration database.  
 
ENTRY FEES: 

USA Swimming USMS
Surcharge: $25.00 $34.00
Individual Event: $8.00 $4.00
Relay: $14.00 $0.00

•    No refunds or credits will be given for events entered but not swum; no event swapping. 
•    All fees must accompany entries.   
•    PNA swimmers who need financial assistance for entry fees may request same from the PNA Wiggin Fund.  
 
AWARDS AND SCORING:  None 
  
MEET RULES 
•    The facility's and the host club's Covid-19 guidelines and procedures apply to this meet.  Additional information will be posted on the PNS and PNS web pages.   
•    Current PNS and USA Swimming rules govern throughout the meet, including warm-ups. 
•    All events will be seeded slow-to-fast and mixed genders. 
•    Seeding will be LSY.    
•    All 50M events will be pre-seeded with no penalty for a swimmer who fails to show. 
•    All 100M and 200M events will be deck-seeded, requiring a positive check-in by the announced deadline in order to swim.  A swimmer who fails to check in will be scratched without penalty.  A swimmer who checks in but fails to swim will be disqualified from his/her next individual event.
• If any of these events are single-ended, flyover starts will be used.  If any of these events are double-ended, all odd-numbered heats will start at the dive tank end of the pool, and all event-numbered heats will start at the scoreboard end of the pool.   
 
WARM-UP PROCEDURES: 
•    Circle swim counter-clockwise only. 
•    Last 25 minutes of each warm-up period: 
•    Lanes 1 & 8 - pace lanes, no diving  
•    Lanes 2 & 7 - one-way sprint lanes, dive starts  
•    Remaining lanes - general warm-up, no diving 
•    Additional sprint lanes may be made available upon request to the Meet Referee. 
•    Pool closes promptly five (5) minutes prior to the start of competition.    
•    Warm-up may be modified at the discretion of the Meet Referee to accommodate the number of swimmers entered. 

SAFETY INFORMATION: 
•    All applicable adults participating in or associated with this meet acknowledge that they are subject to provisions of the USA Swimming Minor Athlete Abuse Prevention Policy 2.0 (“MAAPP 2.0”) and that they understand that compliance with the MAAPP 2.0 policy is a precondition of participation in the conduct of this meet.  In addition, all 18&O athletes must be current in their Athlete Protection Training (APT) in order to swim.  
• USMS entrants who do not have a relationship with a minor athlete entered in the meet are not considered Applicable Adults and do not need to have completed the APT.  
•    This is a dual sanctioned meet and competitors of all ages will be using the locker rooms.  Athletes should be respectful of minors in the locker room and not linger in a state of undress.  MAAPP rules require showering with a swimsuit on if adult participants and minor athletes are present. 
•    The use of audio or visual recording devices, including a cell phone, is not permitted in changing areas, rest rooms, or locker rooms.  Recording devices (cell phones, cameras, PDAs, etc.) are not permitted behind the starting blocks during the entire meet.  In the event of any disputes regarding video recording, the Referee’s decision shall be final and binding. 
•    Deck changes are prohibited. 
•    Operation of a drone, or any other flying apparatus, is prohibited over the venue (pools, athlete/coach areas, spectator areas and open ceiling locker rooms) any time athletes, coaches, officials and/or spectators are present.  
•    No diving from the shallow end of the pool at any time.  No diving from the blocks or sides of pool except for designated sprint lanes during designated times in main pool.   
•    Jumping into the pool is not allowed. 
•    Backstroke swimmers enter the water feet first in rotation; no diving over persons in the water. 
•    Deck Marshals will be assigned to supervise the warm-up.  Deck Marshals have the authority to remove any swimmer, coach, or club who does not follow the safety rules during warm-ups or the meet. 
•    Coaches are responsible for their team’s swimmers throughout the meet, including warm-ups and warm-downs. 
•    All participating swimmers, other than USMS swimmers, must be under the supervision of a USA Swimming member coach and may not enter the water at any time unless under the supervision of said coach.  The Meet Director or Meet Referee may assist a swimmer in making supervision arrangements, but it is the swimmer’s responsibility to make arrangements prior to the start of warm-ups and to so notify the Meet Referee.   
•    Any swimmer entered in the meet, other than USMS swimmers, must be certified by a USA Swimming member-coach as being proficient in performing a racing start or must start each race from within the water without the use of the backstroke ledge.  When unaccompanied by a member-coach, it is the responsibility of the swimmer or of the swimmer’s legal guardian to ensure compliance with this requirement. 
•    Only authorized volunteers and working personnel can be on deck.  All others are not allowed in the designated racing venue unless timing for an event or volunteering with the management of the meet.  Authorized volunteers will need to wear an ID badge or receive a lanyard from the Clerk of Course. 
•    In order to be on deck and serve in their official capacity, all officials shall visibly display their membership credentials, including current certification(s), at all times.  
•    All persons acting in any coaching capacity must be coach members of USA Swimming or USMS and must show proof of current coaching credentials when checking in for the meet. 
•    Alcoholic beverages, tobacco products of any kind, and glass containers are not allowed in the swimming venue. 
•    Any act of theft, vandalism or similar action will result in immediate disqualification from the meet and the loss of any points accumulated toward team standings by the individual. 
•    Team Areas:  Please keep your area clean, and pick up all trash before leaving each session. 
•    It is understood and agreed that USA Swimming shall be free and held harmless from any liabilities or claims for damages arising by reason of injuries to anyone during the conduct of the event   
•    It is further understood that Pacific Northwest Swimming, Metro Aquatics, the Metro Aquatics Boosters, and the Vashon Seals Swim Team shall be free and held harmless from any liabilities or claims for damages arising by reason of injuries to anyone during the conduct of the event.  
•    It is further understood that US Masters Swimming and the Pacific Northwest Association of Masters Swimming shall be free and held harmless from any liabilities or claims for damages arising by reason of injuries to anyone during the conduct of the event. 
 
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an 
extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, senior citizens and individuals with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. USA Swimming, Inc., cannot prevent you (or your child(ren)) from becoming exposed to, contracting, or spreading COVID-19 while participating in USA Swimming sanctioned events. It is not possible to prevent against the presence of the disease. Therefore, if you choose to participate in a USA Swimming sanctioned event, you may be exposing yourself to and/or increasing your risk of contracting or spreading COVID-19. 
          
BY ATTENDING OR PARTICIPATING IN THIS COMPETITION, YOU VOLUNTARILY ASSUME ALL RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH EXPOSURE TO COVID-19 AND FOREVER RELEASE AND HOLD HARMLESS USA SWIMMING AND PACIFIC NORTHWEST SWIMMING AND EACH OF THEIR OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, OR OTHER REPRESENTATIVES FROM ANY LIABILITY OR CLAIMS INCLUDING FOR PERSONAL INJURIES, DEATH, DISEASE OR PROPERTY LOSSES, OR ANY OTHER LOSS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CLAIMS OF NEGLIGENCE AND GIVE UP ANY CLAIMS YOU MAY HAVE TO SEEK DAMAGES, WHETHER KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, FORESEEN OR UNFORESEEN IN ONNECTION WITH EXPOSURE, INFECTION, AND/OR SPREAD OF COVID-19 RELATED TO THE PARTICIPATION IN THIS COMPETITION. 


Cannonball Classic Full Order of Events (USA-S plus USMS)                                
 
 
SATURDAY SESSION 1    SUNDAY SESSION 3
101 Mixed  Open  50 Free    301 Mixed Open  50 Back 
102 Mixed  Open  50 Breast    302 Mixed Open  50 Fly 
103 Mixed  Open  100 Fly    303 Mixed Open  100 Free 
104 Mixed  Open  200 Breast    304 Mixed Open  200 Fly 
105 Mixed  Open  100 Back    305 Mixed Open  200 Back
106 Mixed  Open  200 IM    306 Mixed Open  100 Breast 
107 Girls  10&U  200 Free Relay    307 Mixed Open  200 Free 
108 Boys  10&U  200 Free Relay    308 Girls 10&U  200 Med Relay 
109 Mixed  10&U  200 Free Relay    309 Boys 10&U  200 Med Relay 
110 Girls  12&U  200 Free Relay    310 Mixed 10&U  200 Med Relay 
111 Boys  12&U  200 Free Relay    311 Girls 12&U  200 Med Relay 
112 Mixed  12&U  200 Free Relay    312 Boys 12&U  200 Med Relay 
113 Girls  14&U  200 Free Relay    313 Mixed 12&U  200 Med Relay 
114 Boys  14&U  200 Free Relay    314 Girls 14&U  200 Med Relay 
115 Mixed  14&U  200 Free Relay    315 Boys 14&U  200 Med Relay 
116 Girls  Open  200 Free Relay    316 Mixed 14&U  200 Med Relay 
117 Boys  Open  200 Free Relay    317 Girls Open  200 Med Relay 
118 Mixed  Open  200 Free Relay    318 Boys Open  200 Med Relay 
  319 Mixed Open  200 Med Relay 
SATURDAY SESSION 2    SUNDAY SESSION 4
201 Mixed  Open  50 Free    401 Mixed Open  50 Back 
202 Mixed  Open  50 Breast    402 Mixed Open  50 Fly 
203 Mixed  Open  100 Fly    403 Mixed Open  100 Free 
204 Mixed  Open  200 Breast    404 Mixed Open  200 Fly 
205 Mixed  Open  100 Back    405 Mixed Open  200 Back
206 Mixed  Open  200 IM    406 Mixed Open  100 Breast 
207 Girls  10&U  200 Free Relay    407 Mixed Open  200 Free 
208 Boys  10&U  200 Free Relay    408 Girls 10&U  200 Med Relay 
209 Mixed  10&U  200 Free Relay    409 Boys 10&U  200 Med Relay 
210 Girls  12&U  200 Free Relay    410 Mixed 10&U  200 Med Relay 
211 Boys  12&U  200 Free Relay    411 Girls 12&U  200 Med Relay 
212 Mixed  12&U  200 Free Relay    412 Boys 12&U  200 Med Relay 
213 Girls  14&U  200 Free Relay    413 Mixed 12&U  200 Med Relay 
214 Boys  14&U  200 Free Relay    414 Girls 14&U  200 Med Relay 
215 Mixed  14&U  200 Free Relay    415 Boys 14&U  200 Med Relay 
216 Girls Open  200 Free Relay    416 Mixed 14&U  200 Med Relay 
217 Boys Open  200 Free Relay    417 Girls Women 200 Med Relay 
218 Mixed  Open  200 Free Relay    418 Boys Men  200 Med Relay 
419 Mixed Open  200 Med Relay 

Saturday, June 11, 2022 - Session 1 - (Masters included in MORNING session)
Warm-ups start at 8:00 AM
Meet Session starts at 9:00 AM
# Sex Event
101 Mixed 50 M Free
102 Mixed 50 M Breast
103 Mixed 100 M Fly
104 Mixed 200 M Breast
105 Mixed 100 M Back
106 Mixed 200 M IM
116 Women 200 M Free Relay
117 Men 200 M Free Relay
118 Mixed 200 M Free Relay
Sunday, June 12, 2022 - Session 3 - (Masters included in MORNING session)
Warm-ups start at 8:00 AM
Meet Session starts at 9:00 AM
# Sex Event
301 Mixed 50 M Back
302 Mixed 50 M Fly
303 Mixed 100 M Free
304 Mixed 200 M Fly
305 Mixed 200 M Back
306 Mixed 100 M Breast
307 Mixed 200 M Free
317 Women 200 M Medley Relay
318 Men 200 M Medley Relay
319 Mixed 200 M Medley Relay

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Online Registration closed on 6/1/2022.
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