The Piranhas have a great tradition of having many USA Swimming Officials affiliated with the Team. It is a requirement that all USA Swimming Meets have a sufficient number of USA registered Officials on deck. Without Officials, the meet cannot be considered a USA Swimming sanctioned meet. Having Officials affiliated with the Team is a huge benefit.
Becoming an Official entails participating in a class and taking an on-line open book test. Once you have done both, you must work at least four meets as a trainee after the fourth meet you are a Stroke and Turn Official.
- How do I become an Official?
- Who are the Officials on deck?
- CT Swimming Officials’ website
- USA Swimming Officials’ website
- Timers Briefing
- Official’s Uniform
|Group Name||Training Fee||Meet Fee**||USA Fee||PPA Dues*|
|Maia (Winter only)||$700||$300||$64||$96|
|Triton (Winter only, 9 year olds)||$800||$450||$64||$96|
|Nautilus (Full Year)||$1,300||$525||$64||$146|