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IMX

I.M. Xtreme

USA Swimming has a number of programs to help swimmers reach the next level in their swimming careers. One of those programs is the IMX Challenge, designed to help various age groups compete in multiple events, rather than specialize in one stroke too early. Participation in the IMX program is easy. USA Swimming automatically scores and calculates results for all athlete members!

An IMX score is established after a swimmer has swum all of the events required (without being disqualified) for their age group in a sanctioned meet since the start of the current season; both short and long course seasons start September 1 and end August 31 for IMX purposes. Additionally, a swimmer must complete all of the events in the same course (SCY or LCM) to have a score in that particular course.

9 & Under; 10-yr olds: 200 Free, 100 Back, 100 Breast, 100 Fly, 200 IM

11-yr olds; 12-yr olds: 400 Free (LC) or 500 Free (SC), 100 Back, 100 Breast, 100 Fly, 200 IM

13, 14, 15, 16, 17, & 18-yr olds: 400 Free (LC) or 500 Free (SC), 200 Back, 200 Breast, 200 Fly, 200 IM, 400 IM

Once swimmers have completed the IMX events and earned a score, they can find out where their IMX score ranks nationally, within their zone, within their LSC (Oregon) and on their club. Rankings in the program are based on power points, a system developed by USA Swimming and Hy-Tek. Every swim listed in the USA Swimming times database includes a Hy-Tek Power Point value. The power point scale ranges from 1 to 1100 points, for each event. The higher the points, the stronger the swimmer is in that event.

At the annual HEAT awards banquet, swimmers who have earned an IMX score will receive a t-shirt and a certificate.

Find your IMX ranking.

 
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