Poll: What Do You Think?

GRIN is considering changing the rules governing how state records are recorded.  As it stands now, anyone can join GRIN and set state records regardless whether they live in Indiana or set the records in Indiana.   This means that out-of-state swimmers can set GRIN records at out-of-state meets.    There is no other LMSC in the U.S. that requires residency in their respective state or that a swimmer be registered so many days/weeks or months  in advance to setting a record.  Currently, the rules for LMSC membership in the United States allow a swimmer to swim with up to six different LMSCs in a period of one year.    The GRIN board is considering changing this rule so that only people with an Indiana address or those who have been GRIN members for at least six months prior to setting a state record.  What do you think?

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