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OVERVIEW
Swimming will be one of the largest events in the 1
st World Outgames Montréal 2006 sport programme. Competitions will welcome a maximum of 1500 swimmers — register early to reserve your place!

Participants may register in a maximum of six individual events, excluding relays.

DATES
. Sunday, 30 July 2006
. Monday ,31 July 2006
. Tuesday, 1 August 2006
. Wednesday, 2 August 2006
. Thursday, 3 August 2006
. Friday, 4 August 2006

SANCTIONED BY
The competition will be sanctioned by the Fédération de natation du Québec (FNQ), a member of FINA.

RULES
Swimming / Natation Canada (SNC) rules will be used.

AFFILIATION
All participants must be a members of a FINA-affiliated federation and must be at least 18 years of age on 30 July 2006. Proof of membership will be required during accreditation.

RELAY EVENTS
To be eligible for relays, swimmers must have registered for at least one individual event during the meet. Teams must be composed of members from the same club. A mixed team relay must be composed of two men and two women.

PROGRAMME SEQUENCE
With the exception of the 800-metre and 1500-metre freestyle events, all individual events will be pre-seeded from slowest to fastest based on submitted times, regardless of age or gender.

800-METRE AND 1500-METRE FREESTYLE EVENTS
Confirmation of presence with the clerk of course will be required on-site before 8:30 on the day of the event. The events will be deck-seeded, from the slowest to the fastest, regardless of age. The Meet Direction Committee reserves the right to place two swimmers of the same gender per lane.

TIME SUBMITTED
Swimmers must provide their time for a 50-metre pool. Registration without time entries will be accepted and swimmers will be seeded at the beginning of each event. Relay teams must submit a seedtime if they wish to be seeded according to time.

TIMING
Electronic timekeeping will be used and supported by a semi-automatic timing system. Manual timing will be used in certain events.

WARM-UP PROCEDURES
SNC warm-up procedures will apply throughout the competitions. FNQ pool security rules will also be used.

AGE CATEGORIES
Participants' ages will be determined by their age on 31 December 2006.

18 - 24
40 - 44
60 - 64
80 - 84
25 - 29
45 - 49
65 - 69
85 - 89
30 - 34
50 - 54
70 - 74
90 - 94
35 - 39
55 - 59
75 - 79
95 - 99
72 - 99
100 - 119
120 - 159
160 - 199
200 - 239
240 - 279
280 - 319
320 - 359

COMPETITION SCHEDULE
We will publish the full program of events on these pages after the close of registration in April 2006. Competitions are currently planned to begin at 8:30 each day and continue until the close of the day's programme. A detailed schedule will be posted after the close of the registration period in April 2006.

 
Day 1
     
Day 2
     
Day 3
 
 
Sunday
30 July 2006
 
Monday
31 July 2006
 
Tuesday
1 August 2006
 
  4 x 100 Medley Relay    
4 x 50 Freestyle Relay    
4 x 50 Mixed Medley Relay  
  1500 Freestyle    
400 Freestyle    
100 Freestyle  
       
50 Butterfly    
200 Butterfly  
       
200 Breaststroke    
800 Freestyle  
       
4 x 200 Mixed Freestyle Relay    
4 x 100 Freestyle Relay  
                     
 
Day 4
 
Day 5
 
Day 6
 
 
Wednesday
2 August 2006
    Thursday
3 August 2006
 
  Friday
4 August 2006
 
  4 x 50 Medley Relay     4 x 50 Mixed Freestyle Relay       200 Freestyle  
  200 Individual Medley       100 Butterfly       50 Backstroke
  100 Backstroke       200 Backstroke       100 Breaststroke  
  50 Breaststroke       50 Freestyle     400 Individual Medley
  4 x 100 Mixed Freestyle Relay       4 x 200 Freestyle Relay     4 x 100 Mixed Medley Relay

ACCREDITATION
During the accreditation, participants from Canada will be required to show government-issued identification with a photo. For athletes from all other countries, a passport will be the preferred form of identification. Furthermore, every participant will be required to provide his or her participant number.


MEDALS
Every participant in the 1
st World Outgames Montréal 2006 will receive a participation medal. In recognition of personal achievement in swimming, there will also be medals awarded for first, second and third place in each of the divisions and age categories listed above.

For more information, visit the Outsplash! page.

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