Wednesday, March 3, 2021
THE Bahamas Aquatics Federation will continue its 2021 season this weekend at the Betty Kelly-Kenning Aquatic Center with the Short Course Meters World’s Bahamas Aquatics Last Chance Meet.
The meet, which is opened to swimmers from the age of nine (9) and over, will begin with Session 1 on Friday at 6 pm. Session 2 will be staged on Saturday from 9 am and will wrap up with Session 3 on Saturday, starting at 4:30 pm.
All BAF registered swimmers as of the entry deadline on Monday will be allowed to participate. Any registration after the entry deadline date will be considered a late entry and applicable penalties will apply.
Swimmers, whose BAF registration has expired as of the entry deadline date will be ineligible to compete in the Last Chance Meet and if renewed after the entry deadline date, will be considered a late entry and applicable penalties will apply.
Clubs who have not renewed their 2021 Registration or are in arrears with payments to the BAF will be ineligible to enter swimmers into the Last Chance Meet. If renewal is completed after the entry deadline, all Club Entries will be considered late, and the applicable penalties will apply.
International swimmers are eligible to compete if they have been duly authorized by their federation.
There will be no spectators in the stands. The meet will follow the BAF’s social distancing protocols, including the warmup/down pool activities.