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Gerry Ryan Gala – (LC) (UL) – 8-9 Apr 2022

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Meet Conditions

1. Swimmers must be members of Swim Ireland & Swim Ireland Rules will apply.
2. One Start rule will apply for this gala.
3. Heats will be run as an open event based on each swimmer’s entry time in 10 lane formats.
4. All events will be H.D.W.
5. Medals will be awarded in all individual events for age groups 13-14, 15-16 & 17&O.
6. Swimmers must be at least 13 years of age prior to December 31st 2022 to enter this meet
7. Swimmers will be limited to a total of 8 individual swim events over the 2days.
8. There are Qualification Times for all events except the 800m and the 1500m.
9. No Times (NT’s) will not be accepted other than in the 800m & 1500m freestyle event if
time permits. Training times must be submitted in lieu of NT’s.
10. All entry times must be official times and may be verified on the National database.
11. SC times converted to LC Qualifying Times (Achieved since 1st January 2020) will beaccepted.
12. Qualification standards will be waived for swimmers with disabilities who are classified
through Paralympics Ireland.
13. A points system for the Gerry Ryan Perpetual Cup for best club will be applied.
14. In the event of the meet being oversubscribed the organisers may have to restrict the number of heats. LSC will work with clubs to minimise any impact forswimmers.
15. LSC will provide officials for this meet.
16. The host club reserves the right to enter some swimmers outside the qualifying criteria.
17. Session times may change depending on entries. You will be notified of changes one week before gala.
18. The host club reserves the right to limit the number of swimmers attending the gala due to COVID concern.

Gerry Ryan 2022 – ORDER OF EVENTS

Session 1 – Friday Evening

Warm-up 6.30pm – 7.00pm Start

1 Male 800m Freestyle
2 Female 800m Freestyle
3 Male 400 IM
4 Female 400 IM
5 Mixed 1500m Freestyle

Session 2 – Saturday Morning

Warm-up 7:15am – 9.00am Start

6 Boys 200m Breaststroke
7 Girls 200m Breaststroke
8 Boys 100m Butterfly
9 Girls 100m Butterfly
10 Boys 200m Backcrawl
11 Girls 200m Backcrawl
12 Boys 50m Backcrawl
13 Girls 50m Backcrawl
14 Boys 200m Freestyle
15 Girls 200m Freestyle
16 Boys 100m Breaststroke
17 Girls 100m Breaststroke
18 Boys 50m Butterfly
19 Girls 50m Butterfly

Session 3 – Saturday Afternoon

Warm-up 1.00pm – 2.00pm Start

20 Girls 100m Freestyle
21 Boys 100m Freestyle
22 Girls 200m Butterfly
23 Boys 200m Butterfly
24 Girls 200m Ind. Medley
25 Boys 200m Ind. Medley
26 Girls 50m Breaststroke
27 Boys 50m Breaststroke
28 Girls 100m Backcrawl
29 Boys 100m Backcrawl
30 Girls 400m Freestyle
31 Boys 400m Freestyle
32 Girls 50m freestyle
33 Boys 50m freestyle


08 - 09 Apr 2022


06:30 - 18:00




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