High-Level International Meets For October 2019

The month of October dawns a new era of professional swimming, bringing the inaugural International Swimming League (ISL) season to fruition. Four ISL meets are set to take place across the United States and Europe, bringing some of the sport’s biggest stars into the spotlight in an unprecedented way.

Mark your schedules for the various additional meets also ready to make some headlines this month.

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

International Meets – October 2019

10/01 – 10/05 New Zealand Short Course National Championships
10/04 – 10/06 FINA Swimming World Cup #4 (Budapest)
10/04 – 10/06 2019 Australian State Teams Championships
10/05 – 10/06 ISL Meet in Indianapolis, IN (Cali Condors, DC Trident, Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard)

10/11 – 10/13 FINA Swimming World Cup #5 (Berlin)
10/12 – 10/13 ISL Meet in Naples, Italy (Cali Condors, DC Trident, Aqua Centurions, Energy Standard)
10/12 – 10/13 Aura Open Cup (Estonia)

10/18 – 10/20 2019 Plzenské Sprinty (Czech Republic)
10/18 – 10/20 Meeting de Saint Dizier Short Course (France)
10/18 – 10/19 Martinez Cup (Amsterdam)
10/18 – 10/27 CSIM World Games 2019 (Military World Games, Wuhan, China)
10/19 – 10/20 2019 Manchester International Swim Meet
10/19 – 10/20 ISL Meet in Lewisville, Texas (LA Current, NY Breakers, Team Iron, London Roar)
10/19 – 10/20 37° International Swimming Meeting “Enrico Meroni” & 36° Coppa Sprinter “Amici Nuoto Riva” (Italy)

10/20 – 10/23 Taiwan National Games

10/24 – 10/26 2019 Australian Short Course Swimming Championships
10/25 – 10/27 Internationales Schwinfestival (ISF) – Aachen
10/26 – 10/27 ISL Meet in Budapest, Hungary (LA Current, NY Breakers, Team Iron, London Roar)
10/26 – 10/27 Memorial Louis Antheunis (Belgium)
10/26 – 10/27 Internationales Oktober-Meeting (Switzerland)
10/26 – 10/27 61st Japanese Championships (SCM)

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Corn Pop
1 year ago

Grethe won’t like all that travelling .

1 year ago

Can someone please tell me what Peaty’s best 2BR is

Reply to  Thomas
1 year ago


Reply to  Thomas
1 year ago

2:08.34 in LCM, 2:07.34 in SCM. LCM done in April 2015 at the British Championships, SCM done in December of 2017 at the European Short Course Championships.

His time in the 200 came at the same meet where he first dipped under 58 in the 100 breast (57.92). He’s since been a second faster in the 100, extrapolate at your own peril 😲

Reply to  Braden Keith
1 year ago

Any word on why he hasn’t added 200BR to his traditional line-up? Lack of training?

Reply to  TNM
1 year ago

He’s a sprint breaststroker, probably doesn’t want to sacrifice speed for endurance. Can’t say I blame him, 200 LCM breastroke is not a fun race 🙂

1 year ago

Swimswam, please stop photoshopping Adam P’s head onto a photo of my body.
Thank you.

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After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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