2019 SWIM CUP – THE HAGUE
- Thursday, April 4th – Sunday, April 7th
- Meet Site
- SwimSwam Meet Preview
- KNZB Selection Criteria
- Entry Lists
- Live Results
The Swim Cup – The Hague kicked off today in Netherlands, with swimmers taking to the pool vying for spots on the nation’s roster for this summer’s World Championships. Dutch athletes will also get a shot at qualifying at the Swim Cup Eindhoven taking place next week.
Swimmers could have also identified a competition of their choice that takes place January through April of this year.
As a refresher, here are the KNZB-dictated selection standards per individual event, keeping in mind the finals here in The Hague are in the morning, with prelims at night.
Here are the individual Dutch qualifiers through Day 1:
- Men’s 200m breast – Arno Kamminga, 2:09.95
- Women’s 200m free – Femke Heemskerk, 1:56.48 (prelims, but counts)
- Women’s 100m back – Kira Toussaint, 1:00.00