OAK BAY ORCAS, MEET INFO
June 11 & 12th 2022
Where: Commonwealth Pool, 4636 Elk Lake Drive, Victoria
When do we need to be there?
Saturday: 11:40 a.m. In-Pool warmup 12 Noon, Pool B (East)
Sunday: 7:40 a.m. In-Pool warmup 8:00 a.m., Pool A (West)
Come find the coaches and they will let you know where activation is taking place!
We will have a team meeting and cheer 10 minutes after our pool warm ups are complete.
Please note that Novice Piranhas are welcome to join in the dry land warm up but do not participate in the pool warm up. All other swimmers are expected to participate in warm up.
The meet officially begins at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday and 9:00 a.m. on Sunday.
If you are interested in Officiating please try to attend the Officials meeting 12:15 p.m. on Saturday, 8:15 a.m. on Sunday) or just head out on deck and ask any of the Stroke and Turn judges if you can shadow them.
HERE Please review the psych sheet and let us know if you see any errors. Heat sheets will be be published tomorrow morning once scratches and deck entries are done.
Full Results HERE
You can keep track of events and results in real time using the handy Meet Mobile app. This is a yearly paid app but well worth it.
Each club is required to provide timers for every swim meet. It's a very simple job and offers the best seats in the house.
There will be a sign up for timing shifts posted at the pool. Every family who has more than one adult attending and/or has older kids who don't need constant supervision are expected to take a timing shift. The meet can not run if we don't fill the shifts!
You might also consider becoming an Official. The first step is to head on the deck and ask any of the Stroke and Turn judges if you can shadow them.
Everything you need to know about the Oak Bay Orcas Meet can be found here. MEET PACKAGE
What to Bring
The forecast is typical for South Island - cloudy with sunny periods and a chance of rain :)
You will also need your Piranhas shirt and swim cap, healthy snacks, water, lots of towels, chairs and/or blankets. People often bring quiet activities for the kids to enjoy while they are waiting for their race.