NCAA Releases 2014-2015 Division I Time Standards

  14 Braden Keith | July 21st, 2014 | AAC, ACC, Big 12, Big Ten, College, Featured, Ivy League, News, Pac-12, SEC

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The NCAA has released the time standards for the 2014 Division I men’s and women’s NCAA Championship meet.

A further analysis of time standards, how they’ve changed, and what difference it makes can be seen here.

Men’s A Men’s B Women’s A Women’s B
19.25 20.19 50 Free 21.90 22.99
42.51 44.29 100 Free 47.85 49.99
1:33.62 1:37.99 200 Free 1:43.90 1:47.99
4:14.59 4:24.99 500 Free 4:36.45 4:47.79
14:46.26 15:30.39 1650 Free 15:56.18 16:30.59
45.62 48.49 100 Back 51.63 55.09
1:40.88 1:46.39 200 Back 1:52.52 1:59.19
52.29 55.39 100 Breast 59.12 1:02.49
1:53.68 1:59.79 200 Breast 2:07.70 2:15.99
45.91 48.29 100 Fly 51.70 54.49
1:42.85 1:47.99 200 Fly 1:54.45 1:59.59
1:42.76 1:49.09 200 IM 1:55.35 2:01.59
3:42.40 3:54.49 400 IM 4:05.37 4:19.39
Men’s Quali. Men’s Provis. Women’s Quli. Women’s Provis.
1:18.02 1:18.62 200 Free Relay 1:29.49 1:30.17
2:53.11 2:54.66 400 Free Relay 3:16.41 3:18.11
6:22.81 6:26.33 800 Free Relay 7:07.20 7:11.28
1:25.63 1:26.58 200 Medley Relay 1:37.84 1:38.45
3:09.40 3:11.03 400 Medley Relay 3:34.25 3:35.87
Zone Diving Standard Zone Diving Standard
Any 6 dive list with standard DD Any 6 dive list with standard DD
1-meter – 300 1-meter – 265
3-meter – 320 3-meter – 280
Platform – 300 Platform – 225 *5 dives

Comments

  1. Flyin' says:
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    2 back A standard is 1:40…that’s crazy… A decade ago, I’m pretty sure that would’ve won. What’s the 2 fly A standard, looks like there was a typo

  2. weirdo says:
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    these standards don’t mean much since it is a numbers thing anyways.

  3. NMCoach says:
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    Braden,

    Did you already do an article about the actual “invited” times for the 2014 meets? Would be interesting to see those compared to the above listed times.

  4. bobo gigi says:
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    The long course season is in full swing and you already talk about the next NCAA season? :roll:
    Dear Americans, you are incorrigible! :wink:

    • Flyin' says:
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      Apparently no one gets your sense of humor Bobo haha

    • TheTroubleWithX says:
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      You get a thumbs up for using the word “incorrigible.” I’m guessing the majority of the US population has no clue what that word means.

      • bobo gigi says:
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        The word “incorrigible” is right in English.
        It’s the same word in French.
        In my sentence, it means: definitely, you will never change.
        It’s ironic and friendly..
        Sorry for my lack of English vocabulary. Perhaps there’s a better word.

        • TheTroubleWithX says:
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          Just happened across this article again, and saw your response. My comment was intended to be a compliment. :-)

  5. swimfan says:
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    Yep … looks like some of the early bloomer kids (like the son of a frequent poster here) have a LONNNNNG way to go. It’s a long journey that only a few will make that far. May the most deserving swimmers “win” this long journey and display high character throughout.

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