Archive for the ‘League News’ Category

Happy New Year!

June 13, 2018

Diving new year that is…

We have updated all the 2018 information on the website and we have a new Dual Meet Guide publication on the Pool Rep. Resource page.

We have also added the 2017 results and the 2018 Schedules to their respective pages.

Check our FAQ if you run into a head scratcher. You can also refer to the handbook for answers to most of your questions. If you are still stumped, the league board contact information is available in the 2018 CMDL Handbook.

Finally because this is my kid’s last year doing this sport, here is a quick video from last year.

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Individual Championships are Sunday!

July 28, 2017

Everyone fix their minds on Sunny Skies for Sunday!

The Individual Championships for the CMDL is slated for Sunday July 30th

Open warmups start at 7:00am at Waugh Chapel Swim Club

Click here for the Championships Page to see past results and to download the schedule of events.

The Season is Upon Us! One last Judge Training!

June 22, 2017

Here we go!

There will be one last Judge Training on Saturday, June 24 from 3-5 PM at West Howard Swim Club!

Please email Annie Sennet ( asennetcassity@msn.com ) the West Howard Swim Club Dive Team rep to let her know who is attending.

There is also a new 2017 Handbook available for download. It includes some important information that may be missing from earlier versions.

Time to Dive!

CMDL Handbook & Judge’s Handbook

June 11, 2017

Please visit the CMDL site for your Handbooks!

Click Here!

Everything you need to run a meet!

Hope to see you Sunday!

Judge & Referee Training is Scheduled

May 19, 2017

Hello All!

The Judge & Referee training for the 2017 season has been scheduled.

Sunday June 11, 10AM at Padonia Park Club
Tuesday June 13, 6pm at St. Andrews Swim and Tennis Club
Click here for the Judge/Referee registration information!

Please start mentioning this website to parents as soon as your pool opens! It contains nearly everything anyone would need to know to operate the league and run a successful dive meet.

It is important to get as many volunteers as possible for table work, judging, meet setup, announcing, and cleanup as humanly possible to ensure a smooth dive season

Only 8 days!