U11 Small Schools Relay - 8x25m relay is for schools who have no more than a combined total of 50 (girls and boys) in years 5 + 6. Must comprise of four year 5 & four year 6 children.
Qualifying for the finals
Schools must enter a qualifying round swimming gala (QR) in order to qualify for the national finals.
Times will be collected nationally from all galas.
The top 20 swimmers in each age group will qualify for the finals in the individual races.
The top 12 schools in each age group will qualify for the finals in the relays.
The top 10 schools across all the galas will qualify for the small schools relay.
The finals will be held at the London Aquatics Centre on Saturday 8 June 2019.
Schools will be sent the final list of results in April 2019.
It is the schools responsibility to check the results to see whether any of your competitors/teams have qualified for the finals.
Winning an event at a qualifier does not guarantee a place at the finals. Qualification is achieved based on the time swam.
We will not accept any submission of times from individual time trials held outside of an official IAPS qualifier.
The same relay team competitors should swim at the finals. Replacement swimmers will only be accepted in case of illness or injury.
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Condition of entry
As part of your entry, schools agree to use and submit their competitor details using the Team Manager software.
Schools who do not submit their competitor details using the Team Manger software, may be asked to withdraw from the event.
Schools agree to honour the decisions made by the event referee. The referees decision is final.
A school may enter one boys and one girls team in each age group.
A team is comprised of a maximum of four competitors.
Schools may enter one competitor per event.
Competitors are only permitted to swim in one individual race and two relays. This does not apply to the the small schools relay.
Competitors may swim up an age group but must only compete in one age group for the duration of the competition.
The competitors age is taken from the 1 September 2018.
All competitors must attend an IAPS school.
A competitor is tied to the school that they compete for in the qualifying rounds. If a competitor moves to another IAPS school between the qualifying round and finals, they must represent the school they competed for in the qualifying round.
If a competitor moves to a non IAPS school, they will no longer be able to compete in the competition.
Only a member of school staff, with a school email address, can book onto IAPS sports events online.
At all qualifiers, diving should only take place at one end of the pool, even if the venue has two deep ends. Many schools only have one deep end, therefore this rule helps keep the competition as fair as possible.
At the finals, diving is permitted at both ends of the pool.