We’re hitting the heart of winter in the northern hemisphere but frigid temperatures bring hot racing from other parts of the world in February.
Check out the international meet lineup for the upcoming month, with meets spanning Hungary to Australia to Japan. Read on to find out where your favorite swimmers may be over the next few weeks.
Let me know in the comments of any meets I may have inadvertently missed.
02/02 – 02/04 Trofeu Ciutat de Terrassa (ESP)
02/03 – 02/04 Southport Olympic Prep Meet (AUS)
02/04 – 02/05 1st Rari Trophy Nantes Ala – Memiorial Ermanno Patorno (ITA)
02/04 – 02/05 EMEL-Halászlé Cup international swimming (HUN)
02/10 – 02/11 Lisbon International Meeting (POR)
02/11 – 02/12 Queensland Sprint Championships (AUS)
02/11 – 02/11 János Szalai Memorial Competition (HUN)
02/11 – 02/12 Kirara Cup (JPN)
02/11 – 02/12 Tokyo Winter Swimming Competition (JPN)
02/15 – 02/17 Lithuanian Winter Championships (LTU)
02/16 – 02/18 National Winter Swimming Championships (GRE)
02/17 – 02/19 Victorian Open Championships (AUS)
02/23 – 02/25 McCullagh International Meet (IRL)
02/24 – 02/26 British Universities & Colleges (BUCS) Long Course Championships (GBR)
02/24 – 02/26 Lausanne Swim Cup (SUI)
02/24 – 02/25 Swimming Grand Prix (POL)
02/25 – 02/26 New South Wales Senior Metro Championships (AUS)
02/25 – 02/26 Tavaszváró International Swimming Competition (HUN)
02/25 – 02/26 Absolute Regional Short Course Championships (ITA)
Pity World Aquatics is still too useless to have a 2023 schedule despite the fact that we are a month in to 2023 already …
The Victorian Open Champs are in Melbourne, AUS from 17th to 19th February and usually have some good competition
Agree. Victorian titles normally sees quite a few leading swimmers head south for a solid hit out albeit not usually to the extent of NSW Open (10-12 March) which has traditonally been the big major hit-out pre Nationals. The move of a separate selection meet in June may see this diminish somewhat but should still see a strong field.