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02/04/22 – Region Swim Events Update

February 4, 2022 Athletic Department Blog Updates

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Due to weather conditions, multiple regions are reporting that it is unlikely they will be able to hold competitions on Saturday. As we said in our call with managers yesterday, it was important to make a determination about the next steps after seeing the impact of the storms that moved through. While the various swimming regions of the state were impacted differently, all parts had enough impact from the storm to force additional adjustments.

Each region, due solely to this year’s adverse weather, may decide to conduct your meets in a prelims/final format or switch to a timed finals event in the regional swimming events. This will allow those that feel that there may be disparate impacts on the at-large qualifiers depending on the choice made to make those decisions fully informed.

Each region manager should communicate with competing schools on alternate schedules or plans for this upcoming weekend. As changes are made, please send updated schedules to sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org

If the administrative official (Hytek operator) needs assistance in changing from a prelim-final to a timed final event, please contact Bill Tingley at 502-548-4129. If the revisions cause scheduling conflicts for your originally assigned chief official, please contact Bucky Stoess (raystoess@600.westmain.com) for guidance. 

As changes are received, updated schedules can be found here: https://khsaa.org/2022-swimming-and-diving-sites-hosts-and-dates/

If a school needs to make substitutions due to schedule, please contact Sarah Bridenbaugh (sbridenbaugh@khsaa.org) for approval. 

 

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