High-Level International Meets For January 2020

We are finally on the cusp of entering the year 2020, which means we have just a handful of months until we know which swimming stars will be representing their respective nations in Tokyo at the Summer Olympic Games.

Before lineups are determined, however, athletes will be racing near and far to fine-tune their craft en route to qualification, and it all begins in January.

Take a look at the high-level international meets on the calendar for the first month of 2020 and let me know in the comments of any I may have missed.

01/11 – 01/25 Various British County Championships
01/11 – 01/12 New Zealand Open Water Swimming Championships
01/11 – 01/12 Tokyo Spring Festival
01/12 Division 1 LC Competition (Part 2), (HKG)

01/14 – 01/15 FINA Champions Series #1, Shenzhen, CHN

01/16 – 01/19 Trofeu Ciutat de Terrassa – Campionat Catalunya Open (ESP)
01/16 – 01/18 Christmas Meeting (BLR)
01/16 – 01/19 Pro Swim Series, Knoxville, TN (USA)
01/17 – 01/19 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING MEET “APOSTOLOS PAVLOS” (GRE)
01/17 – 01/19 Lyngby Open (DEN)
01/17 – 01/18 Toronto Grand Prix
01/17 – 01/19 Challenge International Geneve (SUI)
01/17 – 01/19 Western Australia State Swimming Championships
01/18 – 01/19 Flanders Cup
01/18 – 01/23 South Australian State LC Championships
01/18 – 01/19 FINA Champions Series #2, Beijing, CHN

01/24 – 01/26 Kosuke Kitajima Cup
01/24 – 01/26 Reykjavic International Games (ISL)
01/24 – 01/26 Euro Meet (LUX)
01/25 – 01/27 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships

01/31 – 02/02 Swimming South Africa Grand Prix #2
01/31 – 02/02 Karl Dalhouse Memorial Invitational (JAM)

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spectatorn

Wow, didn’t notice that FINA Champions Series #1 and #2 are happening in Jan (first day is less than a month away). Has FINA announced who are invited and who are committed?

also wondering how many US pro swimmers, assuming getting invite, will go to the FINA events; and how many will choose to stay in US and raced at Pro Swim Series at Knoxville, TN that same week.

Swimming4silver

probably must are going to stay.. except for Andrew…

Miguel Vásquez

Keep these up!

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