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The Latest South Central Zone Records

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Zone Record Criteria:

1. Zone Records for the South Central Zone can be only set in a Zone Championship Meet.
2. Zone Record can be only set in the event being swum. (i.e. a 50 Free Record could not be set in another freestyle event).
3. Zone Records can be set by swimmers from outside of the South Central Zone.
4. The Top SCM Times are a different animal.
     a. They can only be set by registered SC Zone swimmers.
     b. They can be set in any meet sanctioned or recognized by USMS.
     c. Currently, there is no vehicle developed to retrieve relay times.

South Central Zone - Long and Short Course Championship Meet Records

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Long Course Records


Short Course Records


Short Course Yards Relays


Long Course Meters Relays


Jesse Coon Volunter Spirit Award

In 2006, the South Central Zone created a Volunteer Spirit Award in honor of one of the great ambassadors of Masters Swimming in the world, in the US, in Texas, and importantly in Aggieland! His name was Jesse Coon, and he was the pride of Bryan/College Station.

Jesse was a great swimmer and a pioneer setting national and world records as the first person in the 90 year old age group swimming the 200 Free, 200 Butterfly and 400 IM. Some of these are South Central Zone records that stand, even today.

But more importantly, he loved our sport, and he loved encouraging others with his swimming and kind words. He worked tirelessly to promote Masters Swimming to help it grow.

Jesse Coon Volunter Spirit Award Winners

Judy B. Wagner - 2006
Rene Prototapas - 2007
Graham and Janis Johnson - 2008
David Young - 2009
Sandy Cattarin - 2010
Bud Jackson - 2011
Bruce Rollins - 2012
Dirk Marshall - 2014
Carolyn and Tom Boak - 2015

Search USMS Results Database

You can search for event results from around the country, open water, event rankings, top 10 and All-American listings. You can also review and search national pool records at http://www.usms.org/comp/