Date from Date to Championships City
21 September 2016 21 September 2016

International Relay swim across the cold waters of the Beagle Channel

http://www.swimargentina.org/en_GB/
Ushuaia, Argentina
04 November 2017 04 November 2017

8th Jelgavas Roņi Cup

http://www.jelgavasroni.lv/en/
Jelgava, Latvia
17 November 2017 17 November 2017

1st Russian Pacific Winter Swimming Open Cup

http://www.swimming.russkygrandprix.ru/
Vladivostok, Russia
10 December 2017 10 December 2017

5th Big Chill Swim

http://chillswim.com/the-swims/big-chill-swim
Windermere, United Kingdom
15 January 2017 15 January 2017

3rd Taierzhuang International Winter Swimming Festival (Grand Canal)

http://www.swimming.org.cn/winterswimming/
Zaozhuang, China
21 January 2017 21 January 2017

2nd Belarusian Winter Swimming Championships “Minsk Open”

http://www.belgart.by/
Minsk, Belarus
21 January 2017 21 January 2017

Open Winter Swimming Championship of Liepaja 2017

http://veloronis.lv/
Liepaja, Latvia
28 January 2017 28 January 2017

7th UK Cold Water Swimming Championships

https://www.slsc.org.uk/cwsc/
London, United Kingdom
10 February 2017 10 February 2017

6th Scandinavian Winter Swimming Championships

http://www.darkandcold.com/en/
Skellefteå, Sweden
17 February 2017 17 February 2017

2nd US Winter Swimming Championships

https://www.uswsa.org/Championship2017
New York, United States
25 February 2017 25 February 2017

13th Latvian Winter Swimming Championships

http://www.latvijasronis.lv/
Jūrmala, Latvia
26 February 2017 26 February 2017

50th Winter Swim Across the Meuse River

http://www.traverseedelameuse.be/
Huy city, Meuse river, Belgium
3 March 2017 5 March 2017

Memphremagog Winter Swimming Festival

http://kingdomgames.co/memphremagog-winter-swimming-society/
Newport, Vermont United States
4 March 2017 4 March 2017

8th Winter Swimming Festival Pirita Open

http://www.taliujumine.ee/uritused/
Tallinn, Estonia

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