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Tickets available for the British Para-Swimming International Meet

13 March 2014

Tickets are on sale now for the British Para-Swimming International Meet which takes place in Glasgow from 18 – 21 April.

The International Meet - formerly known as the British International Disability Swimming Championships - is one of the largest open competitions for Para-Swimming in the world and attracted more than 300 international swimmers from 40 countries in 2013.

This season's event will take place at the newly-refurbished Tollcross International Swimming Centre in Glasgow. Click the Ticketmaster arrow now to secure your seats.

Athletes currently entered into the event include Paralympic gold medallists Ellie Simmonds, Jon Fox, Jessica-Jane Applegate, Ollie Hynd and Sascha Kindred amongst an array of international talent led by USA's 12-time Paralympic gold medallist Jessica Long.

British athletes will be aiming to secure qualification times for selection to the British Gas GBR Para-Swimming Team bound for the 2014 IPC European Championships in Eindhoven.

  • Click here to view the selection policy and qualification times for the IPC Europeans.
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