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World Para Swimming launches new Citi Para Swimming World Series

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The world’s best Para swimmers will meet across the globe in 2023 in the new Citi Para Swimming World Series.

Seven years after its launch the World Series will have a new format, more events, and an exclusive title partner as Citi continues its long-standing support to World Para Swimming in the 2023 and 2024 seasons.

The Citi Para Swimming World Series is set to run from February to November in nine cities in the Americas, Asia, Europe and Oceania.
Melbourne, Australia will kick off the season from 17 to 19 February followed by Lignano Sabbiadoro, Italy and Sheffield, Great Britain in March.

Indianapolis, USA will host the Citi Para Swimming World Series in April with the season then moving to Singapore, Germany and France in May.

Mexico will welcome the Series in October 2023 with a final stop in Greece still to be confirmed. The complete tentative calendar can be found below.

“It is great to be able to announce the calendar for the 2023 and 2024 Citi Para Swimming World Series. We are proud to have Citi as the title partner of the new Series. It was a key objective for the sport to be able to communicate the calendar further in advance to allow teams and athletes more time to plan their programmes through the seasons.” said Craig Nicholson, Head of World Para Swimming.

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