OPLAN “QTA” in TOKYO : The Road to Summer Olympic Games 2020 aims to monitor Filipino Swimmers vying for a slot at the 32nd Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on July 25-30, 2020 – with one wish in the mind, and that is to see Filipino swimmers qualify via achieving “OQT/QTA” (qualifying times).
Why OQT/QTA? Because this is the only way that a Federation can send more than 2 swimmers. And achieving “OQT/QTA” time gives a swimmer a sure ticket to the Summer Olympic Games.
Oplan “OQT/QTA” in Tokyo’s ambitious goal is to see Filipino swimmers making it to the Semifinal and Final rounds.
Oplan “OQT/QTA” in Tokyo’s most ambitious goal is to see Filipino swimmers winning a medal!
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games Qualifying period has officially started last March 1, 2019 and will end on June 29, 2020.
Here’s the Qualifying Times for the Tokyo Olympic Games :
Here are some of the Tokyo Olympic Games Qualifying Meets :
– March 7-10, 2019 : 55th Malaysia Invitational Age Group Swimming Championships, KL, Malaysia
– April 5-10, 2019 – Thailand Age Group Swimming Championships 2019, Bangkok, Thailand
– April 10-13, 2019 : TYR Pro Swim Series, Richmond, USA
– April 25-28, 2019 : 62nd Malaysia Open Swimming Championships 2019, KL, Malaysia
- May 16-19, 2019 : TYR Pro Swim Series, Bloomington, USA
- May 31 – June 1, 2019 : FINA Champions Swim Series, Indianapolis, USA
- June 12-15, 2019 : TYR Pro Swim Series, Clovis, USA
- July 14-17, 2019 : Vietnam National Youth Swimming Championship, Hanoi, Vietnam
- July 21-28, 2019 : 18th FINA World Swimming Championships, Gwanju, South Korea
- July 31 – August 4, 2019 : 2019 Phillips 66 Summer Nationals, Palo Alto, USA
- August 20-25, 2019 : 7th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships, Budapest, Hungary
- September 20-25, 2019 : Vietnam National Swimming Championship, Da Nang, Vietnam
- November 6-9, 2019 : TYR Pro Swim Series, Greensboro, USA
- December 2-7, 2019 : 30th South East Asian Games, New Clark City, Philippines
- December 4-7, 2019 : 2019 Winter National Championships, Atlanta, USA