A Look At the NISCA All-American Time Standards For 2021-22 High School Season

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A Look At the NISCA All-American Time Standards For 2021-22 High School Season

With the high school season underway, a number of swift performances will be registered over the next several months. In fact, some speed has already been on display in some states, such as the Florida and Illinois. So, what will it take this year for scholastic athletes to earn All-American status? To provide a target, here is a look at the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association (NISCA) All-American standards for the 2021-22 season.

The chart below highlights the automatic standards and the consideration times that have been set forth by NISCA, which will honor the top 100 individual performers and relays in the events contested in high school competition. Coaches are encourages to submit their times to NISCA so the student-athletes receive proper recognition for their efforts. Only performances recorded in high school competition are eligible for consideration.

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Already this season, the Bolles School has produced some eye-popping times. At the Florida 1A Championships, Bolles checked in with times of 1:28.28 in the 200 medley relay, 1:20.30 in the 200 freestyle relay and 2:58.10 in the 400 freestyle relay. Those three relay efforts should put Bolles in contention to capture Swimming World’s annual mythical championship. That distinction will be determined once all high school seasons are complete.

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