The 2021 Carolina Crown Swim Challenge will be held at the CSD Community YMCA in Clover, South Carolina on Saturday, April 24. The meet will be hosted by South Carolina Swimming and will feature top age 15-18 swimmers from North Carolina and South Carolina. A list of automatic qualifiers and alternate qualifiers will be posted shortly after the end of the qualifying period, which is March 15. Athletes interested in competing will be asked to complete an online application form, posted on both the NC Swimming and SC Swimming websites. Selections will then be finalize and posted around April 5th.
Dear Coaches, Swimmers, and Parents,
At this time we are planning on attending Open Water Zones in Chattanooga, TN on 6/4/2021 – 6/6/2021. I have heard from the host team, and they are in the preliminary planning. I have committed NC Swimming to going.
This year, we will be doing an application process, instead of using any meets. The link for the application is below.
Applications will close on Monday March 1st, 8:00AM.
We are asking for the 1650, 1000, and 500 times. We realize with the limited amount of swims everyone is allowed this year, that not everyone will have the opportunity to swim those events. Please just fill in the times that you have. The Open Water Selection Committee will take a look at the times, along with the Open Water experience and choose the team of 32. There will be four(4) 11-12 girls, four(4) 11-12 boys, four(4) 13-14 girls, four(4) 13-14 boys, four(4) 15-16 girls, four(4) 15-16 boys, four(4) open girls, and four(4) open boys.
The selection committee consists of John Payne, Jonathan Bescher, JP Merchant. Amy Faulk, and David McDevitt.
It will not be a team travel trip. The parents/swimmers will be responsible getting to Chattanooga, and to the lake. They will be responsible for making and paying for hotel arrangements, along with their own food. NC Swimming will be sending 3 coaches and 1 Official to the meet. The coaches will be Head Coach Brett Ciancanelli, Assistant Coach/Manager Jonathan Bescher, Assistant Coach Blake Addison, and Official Leigh Ciancanelli. All costs associated with the trip will be the responsibility of the Parent/Guardians of the swimmer.
There will be a timeline so the swimmers know when to show up. We will be working on getting a block of hotel rooms that is near the lake. This will alow the swimmers to decide on how they want to travel to the meet. If some swimmers wanted to room together, that would not be on NC Swimming, that would be purely up to the families involved.
There will be a slight cost for the meet to cover the registration fee for the meet.
We are now sponsored by Speedo.
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Congratulations to the Mecklenburg Swim Association (MSA). MSA led all teams in scoring at the 2021 NCS SC Senior Championship meet. The Raleigh Swimming Association (RSA) was the top scoring team in the medium size category and Swim GSA (SGSA) led the small teams in scoring. Below are the top finishers in each of three categories based on team size.
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Click here to view complete individual and team results. Team results are at the end.
To help launch our exciting new logo, North Carolina Swimming has partnered with SwimOutlet in creating our own online store. When you purchase NCS branded products from SwimOutlet, you are supporting North Carolina Swimming. A portion of all proceeds goes back to North Carolina Swimming!
To check out the store, simply click the “Visit Our Store” link under the Sponsor Ads or click the “Visit Our Store” bar on the rotating website header. You will be re-directed to the North Carolina Swimming Store on the Swim Outlet website.
Check out the merchandise and let us know what you think. We will be adding other products and adjusting the offerings based on your input. Remember, whenever you make a purchase at the NCS store, you’re supporting North Carolina Swimming!
From the ocean to the mountains, we swim under the beautiful starry blue skies of the North Carolina Swimming LSC. That sums up the inspiration that led to the design of NCS’s new logo launched today at the LSC’s Senior Championships meet. The new logo reflects the LSC’s geographic diversity with the pool uniting our 10,000 swimmers, coaches, officials, and volunteers across the state. The star is a link to the North Carolina flag as well as to USA Swimming. Look for the new NCS logo wherever you swim.
The 2021 Carolina Crown Swim Challenge will be held at the Clover/Lake Wylie YMCA in Clover, South Carolina on Saturday, April 24, 2021. The event features some of the top 15-18-year-old swimmers from North Carolina and South Carolina. Swimmers selected are divided into four teams in the long course competition.
Each team has one head coach and two assistants. If you would like to be one of the six North Carolina coaches named to the staff, please submit the coaching staff application form below.
South Carolina Swimming will host the meet and has asked that we also post the following Meet Official sign-up form for officials interested in working at the meet.
Meet information will be posted shortly and athlete application forms will be posted soon after the end of the qualifying period, which is March 14, 2021.
Both the 2021 Senior Sectionals (3/4-3/7) and the 2021 Age Group Sectionals (3/11-3/14) will be held at the Triangle Aquatic Center in Cary, NC. If you are interested in officiating at either of these meets, please submit the sign-up form below.