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CIS Secondary Swimming Championships - Session 1

Selection Outline

Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre
Olympic Boulevard
Sydney Olympic Park Homebush Bay

Event Date:
Wednesday, 4 April 2018-Thursday, 5 April 2018

Trial Time
4.30pm Entry 6.00pm Start - 9:30 pm Finiah

Trial Format

The CIS Secondary Swimming Championships is an inter association championship.

Session 1 Times:  4:30pm - Entry;   6:00pm - Start;   9:30pm - Finish

All events will be swum as Timed Finals (TF). Races will be seeded on the basis of entry times.

Boys and Girls Races in the following events:

300m All Age Relay (6 x 50m)
Jun / Inter /Sen - 200m Medley Relay; 200m Freestyle Relay 
200IM; 50m Freestyle

CIS Secondary Swimming App
All triallists are asked to download the CIS Secondary Swimming App prior to the trials. This will ensure that you have all the up to date information you need your sport and the trials. To access the App go to either the App store or Google Play and search for AISNSW, once downloaded enter the following event code:   secondary18.   Once in the app look for the Swimming icon.


Available at $18 per day with validation of parking ticket at reception

First Aid

Provided by Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre


Swimmers must fall in line with FINA rules and requirements regarding swimming gear.

All competitors in individual events must wear Association cap. School relay teams, provided all caps are the same, may wear either School or association caps for the Relays only at CIS and All Schools

Food & Drink

Canteen available

CIS Team

All swimmers who participate at the NSWCIS carnival should be available for selection in the CIS Team in the events in which they swim. Should this not be the case, individual association convenors should be notified so that they can inform the selectors prior to the meet.

Generally only those who compete at the CIS Championships will be eligible for selection in the CIS Secondary Swimming Team. Usually selections will be based on the fastest 3 times per event and the NSWCIS Selection Policy (see Operational Guidelines). Students placing 1st, 2nd or 3rd must report to the Shane Gould Room to register, purchase uniform and pay the levy. Secondary swimmers selected to compete at All Schools who withdraw without a medical certificate after Friday 13 April will incur a fine of $15.00 and may not be considered for further selection. Changes at the NSW All Schools Championships due to illness or injury will be at the discretion of the Team Managers. 

Fourth place-getters are generally reserves. All 4th placegetters should report to the Shane Gould room to register as a reserve and collect information. Reserves should check the CIS website regularly to see if their status has changed from reserve to competitor.

Multi Class selection for the CIS team is subject to placing on the basis of classification and pathway qualifying standards, they are not necessarily the result of the actual race. Official Places will be posted on the result board.

Selection in the CIS Team will be confirmed on the CIS website by Monday 9 April

Please note: At NSW All Schools  the maximum age for swimmers is turning 19 in the age of competition.

Live Results:  Can be accessed through the Meet Manager App.  This can be scanned from The Meet Manager Document loaded under Related Documents on this page.


CIS Secondary Swimming Association Official Duties Allocation Form is due on - Tuesday 27 March- return to and  The form has been loaded under Related Documents on this page.

It is the responsibility of each association to ensure all officials and student helpers as outlined in the Association Officials Duties Form are allocated and present at the carnival. THESE ARE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. It is expected that officials will be aware of their specific job and have had experience in the role at the association level. 

Teacher Officials: Requirements for teachers have been kept to a minimum so it is essential that those listed ARE teachers. Should an official fail to register at the beginning of the day it is the association's responsibility to find a replacement.

Students Helpers: These are essential for the smooth running of the carnival and their availability reduces the number of teachers required at the carnival. Associations must fullfil their student allocation. If students are unavailable adult helpers MUST be supplied.

Parent Officials: Please ensure that non teachers have completed a Working with Children check. 

Please note:

Uniform Duty: Adults or senior students

Marshalls: Teachers

Associations that do not fill their association duties will be fined.

All Schools Official Duties: - Form is loaded under Related Documents on this page. This should be emailed to Jason Cooper and Lyndall Jesse by Friday 13 April. or

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