IPC Swimming World Championships
The IPC Swimming World Championships are the world championships for swimming where athletes with a disability compete. They are organised by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) on a four year rotation with the Paralympic Games (every four years) and regional championships (every two years).
|1994||23x15px Valletta, Malta|
|1998||23x15px Christchurch, New Zealand||7–17 October|
|2002||23x15px Mar del Plata, Argentina||3–12 December|
|2006||23x15px Durban, South Africa||2–8 December|
|2010||23x15px Eindhoven, Netherlands||15–21 August|
|2013||23x15px Montreal, Canada||11–17 August|
|2015||23x15px Glasgow, United Kingdom||13–19 July|
IPC Swimming World Championships (25 m)
|2009||23x15px Rio de Janeiro, Brazil||29 November – 5 December|
- History of IPC Swimming World Championships International Paralympic Committee (IPC).