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IPC Swimming World Championships

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IPC Swimming World Championships

The IPC Swimming World Championships are the world championships for International Paralympic Committee (IPC) on a four year rotation with the Paralympic Games (every four years) and regional championships (every two years).

The first short course (25 m) world championships was held in December 2009 in Rio de Janeiro.

Edition[1] Venue Dates
1994 Valletta, Malta
1998 Christchurch, New Zealand 7–17 October
2002 Mar del Plata, Argentina 3–12 December
2006 Durban, South Africa 2–8 December
2010 Eindhoven, Netherlands 15–21 August
2013 Montreal, Canada 11–17 August
2015 Glasgow, United Kingdom 13–19 July

Contents

  • IPC Swimming World Championships (25 m) 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

IPC Swimming World Championships (25 m)

Edition Venue Dates
2009 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 29 November – 5 December

See also

References

  1. ^ History of IPC Swimming World Championships International Paralympic Committee (IPC).

External links

  • 2010 IPC Swimming World Championships, Eindhoven
  • 2013 IPC Swimming World Championships, Montreal
  • IPC Swimming webpages
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