What is a good time for a 100 freestyle?

Swim times vary according to age and ability. In general, average lap swimmers in a 100 m pool comfortably complete a 100 m swim in two minutes. A swimmer who has an easy interval time of two minutes would consider a 100 m time of one minute 30 seconds very good.

How fast are D3 swimmers?

For example, most elite D1 women’s swimming recruits can swim the 100 Freestyle in 47.3 seconds, compared to swimmers at the D2 and D3 levels who clock in between 49.9 and 50.9 seconds.

What is a fast 100 meter swim time?

The world record in the 100 meter freestyle is 46.91 seconds, as of 2018, according to the International Swimming Federation. This number isn’t necessarily “decent” — it’s for a single swim that required years of meticulous training by a professional athlete.

Do D1 walk ons get gear?

D1 athletes will receive any and every type of gear you can possibly think of. This includes socks, shoes, compression pants, shorts, joggers, sweatpants, undershirts, t-shirts, long-sleeve shirts, polos, rain jackets, sweatshirts, coats, beanies, hats, and any other accessories related to the sport you play.

How does a college swimming program recruit swimmers?

Competitive D2 and D3 programs recruit student-athletes whose swimming times match the Speedo Sectionals time standards, at the least. Top programs in D2 use the Futures Championships standards, as well. Many coaches will only reach out to a student-athlete once he has met those competitive times.

What should I know about NCSA swimming times?

NCSA’s college swimming times provide clarity for those wanting to compete in women’s college swimming at various levels. Remember that while coaches primarily look at a swimmer’s event times, they also may evaluate things like height, hand or foot size or swimming technique to understand the potential maximum performance of a swimmer.

What are the swimming times to get recruited to Michigan?

For top division 1 schools like Michigan, as a sprinter you’d need to go around 20 seconds in the 50 to get recruited or even faster. EDIT: I thought your times were SCY, I don’t know LCM times nearly as well, but you could likely swim on good D1 teams.

What’s the average swimming time for a 25 year old woman?

But the middle time of the top 500 is 1:04.64. For the 25- to 29-year-old women, the average swimming time for the 1650 (the swimming competition version of a mile), out of the times recorded, is around 21:30.