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World's best divers looking forward to competing in FINA/CNSG Diving World Series in Montreal

Eighty-five of the world's best divers have arrived in Montreal for the third leg of a total five FINA/CNSG Diving World Series events.

Prior editions in Sagamihrara, Japan (87 divers) and Beijing, China (67) tested the athletes who have arrived in Canada earlier this week to compete head-to-head to win more medals and prize money.

Divers from 14 nations will earn ranking points at the Canadian edition of FINA's world-renowned event.

Diving World Series 2019
Montreal, Canada

PR 30- 9 Olympic and 16 World champions to race at inaugural FINA Champions Swim Series // UPDATED schedule

Nine Olympic gold medallists, including Anthony Ervin (USA), Chad Le Clos (RSA, also a World champion), Sun Yang (CHN, also a World champion), Dimitry Balandin (KAZ), Pernille Blume (DEN), Sarah Sjostrom (SWE, also a World champion), Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED, also a World champion), Katinka Hosszu (HUN, also a World champion) and Dana Vollmer (USA), as well as 16 World gold medallists, including Ben Proud (GBR), Michael Andrew (USA), Danas Rapsys (LTU), Wang Shun (CHN), Robert Glinta (ROU), Fabio Scozzoli (ITA), Anton Chupkov (RUS), Nicholas Santos (BRA), Fu Yuanhui (CHN), Emily Seebohm (AU

Press Releases 2019
Guangzhou, China

PR 29 - Olympic and World swimming champions to take part in inaugural Champions Swim Series

Get ready - the world's most prestigious swimming competition kicks-off this Saturday, April 27, in Guangzhou (CHN) with an incredible 109 star swimmers representing 28 nations confirmed.

Press Releases 2019
Kazan, Russia

ASWS-2019 in Kazan, Day 3: Heavy favorite keeps the bar high

The third leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series has finally hit the tape in Kazan, Russia. The ultimate 2 team titles settled as the number of medals winning nations enhanced to eight. The absence of the Russian team in the Highlights and Team Free Combination did not have any substantial impact on the podium’s order, featuring the home hopes continuing their winning streak.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019

ASWS-2019 in Kazan, Day 2: Russia and Italy golden

The third Leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series is underway at the Aquatics Palace of Kazan, Russia, as 4 more titles were proudly contested on the “free routines” day. The story followed the trend, set by the host atletes yesterday. 3 out of 4 golds swam directly to the team Russia, and whereas the only non-Russian champion of the day was Linda Cerruti of Italy, who finished atop of the Solo Free.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019

Russians seek excellence as FINA Artistic Swimming World Series makes first appearance in Kazan

For the first time ever, Tatar’s capital welcomes FINA Artistic Swimming World Series. The 3rd leg of the circuit has kicked off today at the Aquatics Palace of Kazan, Russia, to come to a close 3 days later, on 21 April.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019

SWC 2019: 50m-pool action from August to November

The calendar of the 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup is now finalised and comprises seven meets distributed in three clusters: in August, immediately after the conclusion of the 18th FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR), swimming stars will first visit Tokyo (JPN, August 2-4), then Jinan, in China (August 8-10), and finally Singapore on August 15-17.

Swimming World Cup 2019