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Event 

Title:
Short Course National Championships
When:
05/20/2010 - 05/23/2010
Where:
Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center - Atlanta
Category:
2010 Meet Results

Description

Linked Meet Results

Niagara District records:

18-24 M

50 back - Jeff Wood - :23.69 (1987 - Cameron Sears - :26.03)

50 fly - Jeff Wood - :23.13 (1987 - Cameron Sears - :24.30)

100 im - Jeff Wood - :52.47 (2003 - Michael Callahan - :56.60)

100 back - Raymond Weston - :56.52 (2003 - Arthur Gilcrest - :57.22)

400 im - Raymond Weston - 4:35.52 (2002 - Robert Leary - 4:51.21)

100 fly - Greg Pilgrim - :52.64 (1991 - Jeff Bercaw - :54.80)

200 fly - Greg Pilgrim - 2:03.88 (1989 - William Murray - 2:15.44)

25-29 M

500 free - Greg Danner - 4:35.63 (2008 - Greg Danner - 4:43.03)

100 breast - Greg Danner - :57.39 (2008 - Greg Danner - :58.12)

200 im - Greg Danner - 1:53.01 (2008 - Greg Danner - 1:53.63)

100 im - Greg Danner - :52.74 (2008 - Greg Danner - :54.48)

45-49 M

500 fr - Neil Brophy - 4:47.87 (2008 - Neil Brophy - 4:48.19)

1650 fr - Neil Brophy - 16:35.45 (2008 - Neil Brophy - 16:47.82)

25-29 W

100 breast - Karen Gromer - 1:10.08 (1993 - Deena Crossmore - 1:10.57)

200 breast - Karen Gromer - 2:29.27 (1991 - Deena Crossmore - 2:33.02)

100 fly - Karen Gromer - 1:00.26 (2005 - Yun Qu - 1:00.62)

100 im - Karen Gromer - 1:04.15 (1992 - Gillian Burriak - 1:04.64)

200 im - Karen Gromer - 2:15.04 (1991 - Irene Rupp - 2:22.76)

50-54 W

1650 fr - Rauni English - 21:49.59 (1992 - Sandra Kingdon - 24:22.33)

60-64 W

1650 fr - Kay Turner - 28:28.45 (1994 - Dolly Hinckley - 30:47.82)

Venue

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Venue:
Georgia Tech Campus Recreation Center   -   Website
Street:
750 Ferst Drive NW
ZIP:
30332-0110
City:
Atlanta
State:
GA
Country:
Country: us

Description

Originally built for the 1996 Olympics, the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center was the site of all swimming, diving, synchronized swimming and water polo events during the Centennial Games. The Aquatic Center, now located in the Campus Recreation Center, is enclosed for year round use and is home to the Georgia Tech swimming and diving teams. The Aquatic Center consists of a competition pool with stadium seating for 1,950 and a state-of-the-art diving well with eight lanes for warm-up and cool-down. The competition pool is 50 meters by 10 lanes, with two movable bulkheads. The competition pool is considered one of the fastest in the world due to its depth (8.5 feet to 10.5 feet), water flow control, deep gutters and wide lanes (9 feet wide) to reduce wave action. The CRC uses an innovative solar/thermal system on the roof to supplement the steam heat exchanger system that heats the competition pool. Pool water is pumped from the competition pool through the panels on the roof, and then down into the pool's circulating system, which keeps the pool at perfect competition temperatures.

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