High-Level International Meets For September 2020

Although the 2020 FINA World Cup Series has officially been cancelled, there are plenty of meets to look forward to over the next several months.

As the coronavirus pandemic-related restrictions continue to slowly ease around the world, the swimming competition calendar is expanding, with meets like the 2020 Sette Colli having taken place in August.

Looking forward to September, we have several Japanese meets on the horizon, along with some Australian action across several states.

Feel free to let me know in the comments of any meets I may have missed for September 2020.

7/18 – 09/30 43rd National Junior Olympic Cup (continuing virtually by prefecture, JPN)

09/04 – 09/06 Swimming West Australia Short Course Championships (West AUS)
09/05 – 09/05 Marion ‘Back in the Game’ Short Course Meet (South AUS)
09/05 – 09/06 Int. Rheinfallmeeting (SUI)
09/05 – 09/05 Season Opening Match – Nijmegen (NED)

09/06 – 09/06 City Cup Teil 1 (Nur auf Einladung) (SUI)

09/12 – 09/12 South Australia Division 1 Meet (AUS)
09/14 – 09/16 74th National Sports Festival (JPN)
09/19 – 09/19 Hajós Alfréd Cup III (HUN)

09/25 – 09/27 Queensland Short Course Championships (AUS)
09/26 – 09/27 BSP Competition Berlin (GER)
09/26 – 10/02 China National Swimming Championships (CHN)
09/27 – 09/27 Haguenau Meet (FRA)
09/27 – 09/27 2020 Season Opener (HUN)

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Verram
28 days ago

So Kyle Chalmers is expected to compete ?

Retta Race
Reply to  Verram
27 days ago

Marion is his home club, which makes an appearance at that meet possible. Additionally, Chalmers has competed at SA Division meets in the past.Stay tuned.

Khachaturian
27 days ago

Glad to see swimming to slowly start getting back on its feet again.

Missed
27 days ago

in August, (29th and 30th) Queensland is having a short course metres prep meet with some of the Australian junior team swimming, plus others.

Last edited 27 days ago by Missed
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26 days ago
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Reply to  Braden Keith
26 days ago

Thanks . I missed this.

BronzedAussie
Reply to  Braden Keith
24 days ago

Only if you’re a Queenslander.

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