Results & Records
Club records are recognised as times set at the age the swimmer was on the day of the swim, regardless of the age group category used at the gala.
Below are links for searching the Swim England national database for personal best times and national, regional, county and club rankings from Licensed meets. The individual best times view has links to historic data held on the Swim England database for each event. This gives you a graphical view of your performance improvement over time - great for reminding yourself how far you've come on your swimming journey!
Club Record Rules
The club records system holds the fastest times achieved by swimmers aged 9-17 and Open (18 years and over) competing for Didcot Barramundi Swim Club at licensed meets, and may include County, Regional, National and International level.
1. Age-Group and Open Club Records
Ages shall be that on the day of competition.
1.1) The following Distances and Strokes shall be recognised for Didcot Barramundi Club Records for both sexes for Short and Long
Freestyle 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 metres.
Backstroke 50, 100, and 200 metres.
Breaststroke 50, 100, and 200 metres.
Butterfly 50, 100, and 200 metres.
Individual Medley 100 (short course only), 200, and 400 metres.
For the following age-groups: 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Open.
1.2) The following Distances and Strokes shall be recognised for Relay Teams for both sexes for Short and Long Course:
Freestyle 4*50, 4*100 and 4*200 metres.
Medley 4*50 and 4*100 metres.
For the following age-groups: Junior, and Open.
a) Swimmers must be a member of Didcot Barramundi Swim Club on the day of the swim.
b) Swimmers belonging to a second club (excluding teams listed in rule 2d) must be swimming for Didcot Barramundi Swim Club on the day of the swim.
c) Swimmers shall be eligible competitors registered with Swim England and must meet the requirements set by Swim England regarding minimum age of competition
d) Swimmers must be representing:
Didcot Barramundi Swim Club
Their county or region,
3. The Pool
a) Short Course Records may be made only in pools certified as 25 metres in length.
b) Long Course Records may be made only in pools certified as 50 metres in length.
c) Open Course Records may be set in either short or long course pools.
4. The Event
A record may only be made in:
A licensed competition held under the auspices of Swim England, Scottish Swimming or Swim Wales, or of any country affiliated to FINA
For individual swims, the record of the swim should be recognised and listed on the swimmingresults.org database for the meet where it occurred
Times must be faster than the existing record. This may be an initial standard time in events where no swimmer has previously claimed a record.
5. New Records
New records will normally be updated within a month of the swim date using information submitted through the online Club Record Notification form available on the Didcot Barramundi website, and verified manually against the swimmingresults.org database. If a swimmer thinks they have set a record and it is missing from the swimmingresults.org database they should first check with Swim England before submitting their record claim.
A swimmer setting a Club Record will be awarded a Certificate of Achievement, these will be awarded by the Head Coach, usually within one month of the verified record claim. For swimmers achieving multiple records these may be listed on a single certificate.
7. Useful links
Didcot Barramundi club records can be viewed on the website under Results & Records:
Club Records by Age
Swimmers best times and event rankings can be viewed on the swimmingresults.org website at the following addresses:
Individual best results: https://www.swimmingresults.org/individualbest/
Event ranking details: https://www.swimmingresults.org/eventrankings/
8. Changes to Rules
Changes to Club Record Rules shall be agreed with the Club Committee.
For any questions on club records please contact the Club Chairman.