The Regionals is just 11 days away – October 27! Below are some meet details and for the team event following the meet.
Before the Meet
There’s a team dinner on Friday, Oct. 26 hosted by the Dooleys at their home. Plan to attend.
We encourage you to wear your GOLD OUT shirts to the meet if you have them. These gold shirts really pop and are a great way to show everyone where “Rails Country” is in the stands. If you don’t have a GOLD OUT shirt, don’t worry! Just wear your favorite Rails Swim/Dive shirt to show your team pride.
Regionals Meet – Diving
Warm-up at Lincoln – 12:45 PM
Warm-up at Johnston – 3:40 PM
Final dive sheets due – 4:00 PM
Meet Starts – 5:00 PM
Cost – $6 adults and students. SATs cannot bet used.
Regionals Meet – Swimming
Warm-up at Lincoln – 7:30 AM (tentative)
Coaches Meeting – 10:00 AM
Warm Up at Ft. Dodge High School: 10:30AM
Pool Closed – 11:45 AM
Meet Begins – 12:00 PM
Cost – $6/adults and students. SATs cannot be used.
General Meet Information
Medals will be awarded to the 1st – 6th place finishers in each event.
Regionals T-shirts will sold on site and usually sell out. If your athlete wants a regional T-shirt, we recommend sending them with money to purchase it before warm-ups begin. Historically the shirts have cost $13-$16.
Post Meet Celebration
The team will gather immediately following the meet at the Crady house. This is important because the last few years, we’ve been getting the final results early and earlier. Due to the longer drive this year, please ensure your swimmers have with them what they will need for after the meet with them! Even if it just hangs out in a parent vehicle until the meet is near the end.
We will find out who qualified to the state meet together as a team. We ask that everyone stay off their phones until after the coaches’ announcement. Dinner will enjoyed as team. Families are also invited to this event. Look for an email sent by Coach Weber for any additional details (address info, ect). Please contact the Cradys or Head Coach Weber with further questions. The celebration typically ends around 7:00PM.