Swedish Swimming Federation Releases 2021-2024 Meet Calendar

The Swedish Swimming Federation has released its competition calendar for the 2021-2024 Olympic cycle.

The document, published on June 30, states that the purpose of the schedule is “to have a clear and clear planning with a firm content should be available to ensure a good long-term perspective.”

Meets included on the plan include the 2021 and 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the 2021, 2022, and 2024 Short Course World Championships, the 2022 and 2023 Long Course World Championships, the 2022 Youth Olympic Games, 2021 World University Games, the Stockholm Open, and the Swedish Grand Prix.

The Stockholm Open is the biggest domestic meet the country holds, acting as a qualifier for many of Sweden’s international meets. In the past, it has attracted foreign superstars such as Tomoe Hvas of Norway, Thomas Fraser-Holmes of Australia, Katinka Hosszu of Hungary and Danas Rapsys of Lithuania in addition to Swedish stars like Sarah Sjostrom and Michelle Coleman. In 2018, the Rutgers University swim team became the first American team to compete in the meet.

The 2020 edition of the meet was meant to serve as Sweden’s qualifier for the 2020 European LC Championships before they were cancelled.

At the 2019 World Championships, Sweden earned 5 medals courtesy of superstar Sarah Sjostrom. She also earned the country 3 medals at the 2016 Rio Olympics, and is expected to be a medal contender in 5 events in Tokyo.

Sweden currently has 3 swimmers already pre-qualified to compete in the 2021 Olympic Games that were named prior to their postponement: Louise Hansson, Erik Persson, and Sarah Sjostrom

Major events:


  • Stockholm Open April 9-12
  • European LC Championships May 17-23, Budapest, HER
  • European Junior Championships July 6-11 TBD
  • Olympic Games, Jul 24-Aug 1, Tokyo,JPN
  • Paralympic Games Aug 25-Sep 3,Tokyo, JPN
  • World University Games Aug. 8-18, Chengdu,CHN
  • European SC Championships November 2-7, Lisbon,PORE
  • SC World Championships Dec. 13-18, AbuDhabi, UAE
  • Swedish Grand Prix TBD


  • LC World Championships May 22-29, Fukouka,JPN
  • European LC Championships Aug 11-21, Rome, ITA
  • SC World Championships TBD Kazan, RUS
  • Para World Championships TBD
  • European Junior Championships TBD
  • Youth Olympic Games TBD
  • Stockholm Open TBD
  • Swedish Grand Prix TBD


  • LC World Championships TBD Doha, QAT
  • SC European Championships TBD
  • World University Games TBD Yekaterinburg, RUS
  • European Junior Championships TBD
  • Stockholm Open TBD
  • Swedish Grand Prix TBD


  • Olympic Games 27 July -3 Aug Paris, FRA
  • Paralympic Games TBD Paris, FRA
  • LC European Championships TBD Kazan, RUS
  • Para World Championships TBD
  • SC World Championships Budapest, HER
  • European Junior Championships TBD
  • Stockholm Open TBD
  • Swedish Grand Prix TBD


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