If you swam in a rapid/drop, then you didn't run the rapid. You tried to run the rapid. This is true even if you swam at the bottom of the rapid/drop, which is the most likely place to swim because you probably tried to roll several times during the rapid if you flipped. Getting ejected is swimming. It is simple. Coming out of the boat is swimming. Swimming is not kayaking.
I think it is disingenuous to say you "ran" that drop or rapid if you wound up swimming. It would be more accurate you to say you "tried" to run that drop.
A successful run of a particular rapid/drop requires being in your boat at the bottom, not just having the guts to paddle up to the lip.
As far as successfully running a long run [Grand], you might just need to have all your gear at the takeout, even if you swam a drop or two. For a short run, like OBJ, you need to stay in your boat to achieve success.