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PR 9 - Swimming stars say “yes” to new Champions Series

With two and a half months to go to the kick-off of the brand new FINA “Champions Swim Series”, many swimming stars have already confirmed their participation in the three-leg competition, taking place on April 27-28 in Guangzhou (CHN), May 11-12 in Budapest (HUN) and May 31-June 1 in Indianapolis (USA).

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CHAMPIONS Swim Series

CHAMPIONS SWIM SERIES 2019 #1 (Guangzhou)CHAMPIONS SWIM SERIES 2019 #2 (Budapest)CHAMPIONS SWIM SERIES 2019 #3 (Indianapolis)

The FINA Champions Swim Series is a brand new event conceptualised for Aquatics champions, with an innovative competition format creating a world-class platform for elite-level swimmers, and developing a fresh focus on the world’s biggest swimming stars. All 3 FINA Champions Swim Series 2019 meets are classed as qualifying events for the FINA World Championships - Gwangju 2019, and Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Saturday, April 27, 2019 - Saturday, June 1, 2019

First 10km race to be staged in stunning Doha corniche, a qualifiying event to World Championships

The first race of the FINA Marathon Swim World Series 2019 is about to take place, once more, at Doha’s stunning Corniche. Extending for seven kilometres along Doha Bay in Qatar’s capital, the Corniche is a waterfront promenade and the centrepiece for the city.

The athletes will be competing over the 10km course with four laps of 2.5km. Doha’s central business district and the bold shapes of the Museum of Islamic Art form the stunning backdrop for this race.

Marathon Swim World Series 2019
Doha, Qatar
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14Feb2019

PR 8 - Rostock to welcome 22 nations for first of nine FINA Diving Grand Prix 2019

Rostock in Germany is set to host the first meet of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2019, a yearly circuit which is composed of nine stops in the five continents, providing the divers with their first international exposure of the year in the lead up to the FINA World Championships 2019 in Gwangju, Korea.

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Rostock, Germany
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14Feb2019

PR 7 - Leading swimmers confirmed for inaugural FINA Marathon Swim World Series 2019 in Doha

The FINA Marathon Swim World Series 2019 is just around the corner with the inaugural leg to be hosted in Doha, Qatar, on Saturday February 16. Entry lists for both the men and women's races includes Olympic and World champions as well as many of the sport's top-ranked athletes.
 

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Doha, Qatar
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13Feb2019

Russia and Italy maintain lead in women's European prelims

Russia, Italy and the Netherlands dominated their respective games on Tuesday February 12 when the women's Water Polo World League Game Day 9 was played in Ruza (RUS), Mulhouse (FRA) and Budapest (HUN).

Group A's Russia beat the Israeli team 28-5, scoring six goals in the first two and last quarters of the game (6-2, 6-2, 1-0, 6-1). Russia has won all its matches since the beginning of the European qualification phase and has accumulated 17 points.

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Europe
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13Feb2019

PR 5 - Italy sets the pace in Santa Fe, Italy sets the pace in Santa Fe, double gold for Argentinian hosts in Rosario

Italy and Argentina were the two big winners at the two inaugural legs of the FINA UltraMarathon Swim Series 2019 that were hosted in Santa Fe and Rosario, Argentina, on February 3 and February 9 respectively.

Italy clearly dominated the first leg in Santa Fe as Francesco Ghettini and Barbara Pozzobon claimed gold in the 15km race, clocking times of 3h19m00s68 and 3h20m41s96 respectively. The men's silver and bronze medals were also secured by Italian swimmers with Simone Ercoli (3h19m01s79) and Edoardo Stochino (3h19m03s94).

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Rosario, Argentina
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11Feb2019

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