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rtodd
November 3rd, 2007, 08:56 PM
Can members of different clubs swim together in a relay to represent their LMSC at zones?

ALM
November 3rd, 2007, 11:57 PM
Everyone on the relay must be a member of the same club. In your LMSC it looks like you have one "regional club", METR, that is composed of swimmers from a number of workout groups. In addition to METR you have the clubs listed below.

All four of the relay swimmers would have to have the same club abbreviation on their USMS cards.

AGUA Asphalt Green Masters
DUTC Dutchess County Masters
NYCH NYC Hydras
BDGR Badger Masters
EAST East End Masters
REDT Red Tide of NYC Masters
COND Condors Swim Club
HUMS Huntington Masters
WM Westchester Masters
CTRI Columbia Tri-Group Masters
METR Metropolitan Masters

Anna Lea

nyswimmer
November 4th, 2007, 12:11 AM
Can members of different clubs swim together in a relay to represent their LMSC at zones?

No, and unattached swimmers can't be on a relay either. All swimmers on a relay must be members of the same club. But METR "teams" make up about 2/3 of the LMSC and they're considered one club.