High-Level International Meets For January 2019

All eyes will be on Hangzhou, China next week for the 2018 Short Course World Championships and there are several other elite meets happening before this year is through. However, it’s never too early to start planning ahead for next year so you can get your swim nerd schedule laid out well in advance.

Below are some high-level meets taking place in January 2019 around the world. Look for us to publish monthly international meets regularly and add any we missed in the comments section.

International Meets – January 2019

**2019 FINA World Championships-qualifying event

  • 01/05 – 01/06 – Swimming South Africa Grand Prix #1 (Mpumalanga)
  • 01/09 – 01/12 – TYR Pro Swim Series at Knoxville** (USA)
  • 01/10 – 01/13 – Argentine Open Swimming Championships**
  • 01/11 – 01/15 – Chinese Spring National Swimming Championships**
  • 01/12 – 01/13 – 2019 Victorian Sprint Championships (Melbourne, Australia)
  • 01/12 – 01/13 – New Zealand Open Water Championships
  • 01/13 – 01/13 – 2018/19 Division 1 Long Course Competition (Part 2)** (Hong Kong)
  • 01/17 – 01/20 – Trofeu Ciutat de Terrasa, C. N. Terrasa (Spain)
  • 01/17 – 01/19 – Short Course Championships of Belarus
  • 01/18 – 01/19 – Toronto Grand Prix (Canada)
  • 01/18 – 01/29 – 52nd Challenge international de Genève** (Switzerland)
  • 01/18 – 01/20 – Western Australian Swimming Championships
  • 01/19 – 01/19 – Miami Super Challenge (QLD, Australia)
  • 01/19 – 01/20 – Flanders Cup (Belgium)**
  • 01/19 – 01/20 – 2019 South Australia State Long Course Championships
  • 01/25 – 01/27 – Reykjavik International Games (Iceland)
  • 01/25 – 01/27 – Luxembourg Euro Meet**
  • 01/25 – 01/27 –  2019 Karl Dalhouse Memorial Invitational Swim Meet** (Jamaica)
  • 01/26 – 01/27 – Swedish Grand Prix Malmö**
  • 01/26 – 01/28 – 2019 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships

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Yozhik

Are all these meets LCM? If it is not so then it will be nice to indicate in your list which ones are. I think we have quite enough already underwater and “walls” competitions during last three-four months and are ready for the real swimming contests.

Jeanne Fleck

Are these meets Fina approved for qualification for World Championships cuts?

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