The coronavirus pandemic has caused significant impact to fall high school swimming seasons – but despite the crazy world of 2020, the sport still marches on.
The Tennessee Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (TISCA) revealed new details about the state’s plan for a high school swim season in a newsletter.
Tennessee will not hold its traditional high school state meet in February, but could host an in-person or virtual state meet in April, TISCA told coaches.
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We’re tracking updates on high school sports seasons in all 50 states, with a special focus on how the coronavirus pandemic will affect swimming seasons.
MIAA has unanimously approved low and moderate risk sports to play this fall, while adhering to social distancing and proper disinfection practices.
New Jersey will condense its high school swimming season, which starts December 3 and features no state championship meet.
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The NCAA announces its flexibility within standardized test scores for incoming Division I and II student athletes.
Missouri will allow schools to move their fall sport to an alternative spring season because of the coronavirus pandemic – that includes boys swimming.
Governor Wolf’s recommendation would effectively mean no athletic competitions for any youth sports, including high school sports, until 2021.
The WIAA, which governs most high school sports in Wisconsin, voted on Friday to allow schools to choose between fall and spring seasons for traditionally-fall sports, including girls’ swimming.
North Carolina has released an amended calendar for high school sports, including a delaying and shortening the swimming season by about a month.