High-Level International Meets For June 2019

June ramps up with more international swimming competition, including the CCAN Swimming Championships in Barbados, the Chinese Summer Nationals, as well as the Australian World Championship Swimming Trials.

The month also brings the start of this year’s Mare Nostrum Tour, along with Swedish Championships, New Zealand Championships, the French Open and more, with many of June’s meets sanctioned as Tokyo 202 qualifying competitions.

Let me know in the comments of any meets I may have missed.

International Meets – June 2019

+2019 FINA World Championships-qualifying event
*2020 Tokyo Olympic Games-qualifying event

06/01 – 06/02 – Prague 2019

06/06 – 06/09 – 2019 Santa Clara Swim Club International Meet, Santa Clara, CA, USA+
06/07 – 06/09 – Black Sea Cup, Varna, Bulgaria+
06/07 – 06/09 – Internationales Schwimfest Neheim, Germany
06/08 – 06/09 – Mare Nostrum Monte Carlo
06/08 – 06/09 – Speedo Meeting, Wels, Austria
06/08 – 06/09 – City of Imola Trophy, Italy
06/09 – 06/14 – Australian Swim Trials+*

06/11 – 06/12 – Mare Nostrum Canet en Rousillon+*
06/12 – 06/15 – TYR Pro Swim Series, Clovis, CA, USA+*
06/13 – 06/16 – Chinese Summer National Swimming Championships+*
06/14 – 06/16 – GP Kranj Open National Championships, Slovenia*
06/15 – 06/16 – Trofeu Ciutat de Barcelona+*

06/17 – 06/21 – New Zealand Open Swimming Championships+*
06/18 – 06/19 – French Open+*
06/19 – 06/22 – 15th Singapore National Swimming Championships+*
06/20 – 06/23 – George Block Invite, San Antonio, TX, USA
06/20 – 06/23 – Bahamas National Championships, Nassau, Bahamas+*
06/20 – 06/23 – Mission Viejo Swim Meet of Champions, Mission Viejo, CA, USA+
06/20 – 06/23 – Czech Republic Summer Championships+*
06/20 – 06/22 – Latvian Swimming Championships
06/20 – 06/22 – NAC Summer Sizzler, Nashville, TN, USA
06/21 – 06/23 – Sette Colli Trophy, Rome, Italy+
06/21 – 06/23 – Croatian Open National Championships+*
06/21 – 06/23 – Dutch Open Championships+*
06/22 – 06/23 – International Swimming Ravne, Slovenia*
06/22 – 06/23 – Belgrade Trophy, Serbia*

06/26 – 06/29 – Budapest Open+*
06/27 – 06/30 – Finnish Nationals+*
06/27 – 06/30 – Scottish National Open Swimming Championships+
06/28 – 07/02 – XXXII CCCAN Swimming Championships, Bridgetown, Barbados+*
06/28 – 06/29 – Israel Trials+*
06/28 – 07/02 – Swedish Championships, Malmoe, Sweden+*
06/28 – 06/30 – Swiss Summer Championships+*
06/29 – 06/30 – Circuito Open Comunidad de Madrid+*
06/29 – 06/30 – Luxembourg Open Swimming National Championships+*
06/29 – 06/30 – Speedo Fast Water Meet, Netherlands

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phelps swims 200 breast rio

Cool, thanks for the calendar

(G)olden Bear

European Junior Championships, Kazan, 07/04 – 07/08

nuotofan

Yes, in July.
Many interesting meets in June: Mare Nostrum Tour, French Open, Sette Colli, Chinese Summer Champs and so on.
Obviously Aussie trials the most expected (I think the most expected trials of the whole season considering how fast have been Australian Nats in April). And then (Croatian Nats) perhaps some news about youngster Franko Grgic, already capable of a 14.56 in the 1500 free and a 7.53 in the 800 free.

petriasfan

This may be of interest to some fans out there – Jack Cartwright, runner up at last years’ Pan Pacs in the 100m free behind Chalmers, is entered only in the 1500m freestyle at the upcoming Australian World Titles selection trials. Totally surprised by this – I’m waiting to hear why.

Samesame

That’s a surprise! Haven’t heard anything yet.

Troy

I’ve been waiting to see what he can do at the trials so a little shocked by this. I wonder if Swimswam can investigate??

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