General Information

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Code of Conduct

All members of the BCASC agree to abide by the standards of conduct outlined below:

Failure to comply with this Code of Conduct may result in, but not necessarily be limited to, either or both of the following:

Upon notification of any violation of the Code of Conduct, BCASC coaches, and/or the executive, shall inform the individual and his/her parents and shall investigate promptly the circumstances of the violation. The swimmer shall then be promptly given the disciplinary action decided upon for the violation.

Short and Long Course Times

The Board of Swimming NSW recently reviewed the current schedule of constants tables for converting Short Course Times to Long Course times and vice versa.

The following rules now apply for qualifying purposes:-

  1. When qualifying for Long Course Championships, swimmers can use either a Long Course or Short Course qualifying time, however if entering using a Short Course time, their entry time will be equal to the qualifying time for that event.
  2. When qualifying for Short Course Championships, swimmers can use either a Long Course or Short Course qualifying time.

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