Because of the two different courses -- we really need officials for the meet!

Can you have your team officials reach out to John Stanley. There is an online form for officials to sign up and the info is passed straight away to John Stanley. See

Psych Sheet are coming, soon.

You have not missed them. As soon as they are obtained from the meet admin, they'll be sent to everyone.

Team assignments for timers is going to be sent to all the teams tomorrow.

All teams have to have their checks turned in to cover their team's fees before the start of the meet.

Bring your checks to registration and check-in.

Meet Day Warm-up Policy

  • First warm-up period is from 6:15 to 6:55.
  • Second warm-up period is from 6:55 to 7:35.
  • Third warm-up period is from 7:35 to 7:50.

  • Girls do the first warm-up period on Wednesday and Friday.
  • Boys to the first warm-up period on Thursday and Saturday.

  • If a team has five or less swimmers, that team can warm-up together in the boys warm-up periods in the back pool.

  • Third warm-up period, 7:35 to 7:50, is for anyone to do 1-way sprints except for lanes 1 and 2 in each course. Only one-way sprints for lanes 3 to 8 in the third period.

Pre-Meet Warm-up dates and times were sent in a prior email.

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Meet News Email Subscriptions -- at

To get onto the email news list for specific meets, see the buttons on the home page that are targeted for each specific event.

Opt in for Email Meet News for the International Senior Cup.

Just for Fun -- play along with an ISCA March Madness prediction contest for both the Men's and Women's NCAA Basketball Tournaments.

When you enter, you'll win. This is something that you can share with your swimmers and families too. Those that enter get a free seat to the new ISCA course, Mental Skills for Young Athletes. And, those that make winning predictions, get put onto a path for getting a TEAM LICENSE for this course.

See more at the ISCA Blog,

Basketball pick contest
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