List of swimming competitions

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This is a list of swimming competitions conducted in pool and open water environments. Pool competitions include long course metres (50 metre pool), short course metres (25 metre pool), and short course yards (25 yard pool) formats.

Olympic committee events[edit]

International swimming federation events[edit]

African events[edit]

American events[edit]

Asian events[edit]

European events[edit]

Oceania events[edit]

National championships[edit]

School and university events[edit]

Religious affiliation events[edit]

Military and life saving events[edit]

Recurring lake, river, channel, harbour, and ocean swims[edit]

LGBT events[edit]

Para swimming events[edit]

Finswimming events[edit]

Other[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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