What is a good time for 100 IM?

What is a good time for 100 IM?

In general, average lap swimmers in a 100 m pool comfortably complete a 100 m swim in two minutes. A swimmer who has an easy interval time of two minutes would consider a 100 m time of one minute 30 seconds very good.

What does slower than B mean in swimming?

Swimmers who have never done an event and do not have a time (NT) are considered a C swimmer, or slower than B. Once a swimmer achieves a B time standard, they qualify for any meet marked as AB or B minimum.

What is a blue time in swimming?

Example: Girls – 7-10 – 50 Free – White (no time (NT) or slower than Red) Girls – 7-10 – 50 Free – Red (faster than white) Girls – 7-10 – 50 Free – Blue (faster than red)

What is Olympic cut?

Sajan Prakash became the first Indian ever to clear the ‘A’ standard of international swimming, clocking 1:56.38 minutes in the 200m butterfly. Swimming in Lane 3 at the Settecolli in Rome, Italy, the 27-year-old from Kerala breached the elusive ‘A’ Cut that stands formidably at 1:56.48 min.

How many laps is 100m in a pool?

Long course: a 50-meter pool where two lengths or one lap equals 100 meters. Also referred to as Olympic distance.

When do the USA Swimming age group standards start?

Age Group motivational standards are calculated on a four year, or “quad”, basis. The current Age Group standards started on 9/1/2016 and run through 8/31/2020. The Age Group motivational standards are based on the previous Quad’s data, using the fastest 25th place time for event, gender, and age group to calculate.

Can a swimmer qualify for the national senior games?

All first-, second-, third- and fourth-place winners or athletes meeting this sport’s NSGA minimum performance standards in competition at a NSGA qualifying games will qualify for the 2022 National Senior Games. 1. At the 2022 National Senior Games, swimmers will be eligible to swim bonus events.

What was the fastest age group in swimming in 1965?

From 1965-2006, USA Swimming recognized the fastest 16 swimmers in each age group. In 2000, rather than honor the top 16 in each age group, we chose to recognize the top 10 swimmers per age.

When do we get the USA Swimming Times?

Starting on September 1 and continuing until August 31 of the following year, USA Swimming records the times of swimmers across the country. Then in September and October, we work to compile the list of the top 10 swimmers of each age. In November, those top athletes are recognized online and in a special section of Splash magazine.