International Swimming Tournament

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LEN competition calendar event 

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Online results and score sheets will be posted at the link:


Electronic timekeeping is used.


The eligible age groups:

Girls – 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 year of birth and younger

Boys – 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 year of birth and younger



Distances: 50/100/200m (Freestyle, Breaststroke, Backstroke, Butterfly), 200m IM, 400m Freestyle, Relay 4х50m Freestyle – Mixed, Relay 4х50m IM – Mixed


The “Battle of sprinters” Races is carried out at distances 50m (backstroke, breaststroke, freestyle, butterfly).


The entry fee for an athlete regardless of the number of events that he would like to enter is 350 UAH for the citizens of Ukraine and 20 USD for foreign nationals in the national currency at the exchange rate of National Bank of Ukraine on the day of payment.


Preliminary entries must be done on the website by 1 March 2018.


The entries by name are to be submitted to the organizing committee from 5 March to 8 April at email or using an online service at

Required Documents:

  • Documents verifying age of the athlete (a birth certificate, passport)
  • Medical certificates, issued and stamped by relevant organizations, which certify fitness of the participant to compete in a sport event in a swimming pool
  • An insurance policy valid for the whole duration of the competition.




For more information, please contact:

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