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Qualified Stroke Judges

The St Charles County Summer Swim League offers a class to teach USA Swimming rules.  The league offers these abbreviated stroke judge classes to "certify" officials for SCCSSL swim meets.  These certifications are only valid for SCCSSL meets (these classes do NOT certify for USA Swimming or YMCA swimming events), and expire after two seasons.  Officials with expired certifications are required to renew by attending another class.

USA Swimming and YMCA certified officials are still required to attend the SCCSSL stroke judge clinic because league modifies/relaxes some rules to accommodate a more relaxed summer league environment.  Select this link for the list of SCCSSL league certified officials.

Marlins Officials:

Name Certified to Stroke Judge Through

Dave Bostelmann

2019
Glenda Hanstein
2019
Megan Langford
2019
Sean Leary
2019
Kris Newman
2019
Ryan Newman
2019
Dax Nieders
2020
Jamie Rader
2019
Kelly Reardon
Lisa Anderson
2019
2020
Scott Braswell 2020
Sandra Davenport
2020
Kathi Wallner
Terry Eberwine 
2018
2018
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Swim Meet Checklist

  • Swimmers should be ready to swim at the designated warm-up time (usually 5:30 PM)
  • Mark swimmer’s hands with event information BEFORE arriving at the meet
  • Parent workers pick up their name tag with worker assignment from the Worker Assignment Board, which will be located near the event cardholder
  • Swimmers warm-up (lead by the coaches)
  • Obtain event cards as needed
  • Report to the Bullpen when event number is called
  • Swimmers perform your best and support your teammates during all events
  • Parents look for ways to help, always be pleasant, and have fun
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