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Uploaded on May 9,2020



All-City Swim and Dive: 'More secure at Home' rules leave possibilities during the current year's meet in limbo 
That implies a practically certain postponement in pool openings, which thusly could mean difficulty for the All-City meets. Ben Callan, the current year's leader of the All-City Meets, said in an email this week that his council is viewing the advancements intently. 

Now, the League and every one of its part pools is centered around the Badger Bounce Back direction from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services to figure out what will work best for their individuals, and how that impacts their tasks for 2020. 
Callan said the Goodman and Ridgewood arranging panels are proceeding to meet and examine choices for the All-City rivalries this year, with a need on wellbeing  COVID-19 conventions, yet traffic control and different contemplations. Until we arrive at Phases 2 and 3 of the Badger Bounce Back, suitable social event limitations must be followed, he said. 
The initial phase in the condition includes opening dates for the 13 pools that make up the All-City League. Most have a COVID-19 explanation on their home pages, and each appears to recount to a comparable story encouraging alert and tolerance. Some have kept enrollment open; others have suspended it until the circumstance explains. 
A few passages from the pools' online explanations: 
Ridgewood: "As of now, we are hopefully planning for the most ideal situation: that the pool opens on time not surprisingly." The pool opened enrollment on its deadline of April 15.
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