NCAA Releases 2014-2015 Division I Time Standards

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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

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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

Okay, now it’s fixed, thanks!

these standards don’t mean much since it is a numbers thing anyways.

they do for A-cut qualifiers.

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.

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