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Baja California prepares for Diving World Series 2012

The city of Tijuana will host the FINA Diving World Series from the 18th Thru the 22nd of April at the Aquatic Complex of the Baja California High Performance Center. This year the event will have a special taste for the local, national and foreign fans that wish to attend due to the proximity of the 2012 Olympic Games.Many of the divers who will participate in this two-day competition will prepare at this stop prior to the Games in London. “We are working hard to have a great competition and to host a great event, we take it seriously and are very enthusiastic”, said Saul Castro Verdugo, General Director of the Baja California Sports Institute and head of the Organizing Committee.

Diving World Series 2012
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30Jan2012

Richard Weinberger (CAN) wins bronze at open water swimming World Cup

Richard Weinberger of Victoria took another big step towards earning a berth on the Olympic team on Sunday winning the bronze medal in the men’s 10 kilometre race at a marathon swimming World Cup. World champion Spiros Gianniotis of Greece won the gold medal in two hours and 11 minutes and 39.51 seconds. Nicola Bolzonello of Italy was second in 2:11:41.44 and Weinberger followed closely in 2:11:42.34.  Seven Olympic qualifiers from last year’s world championships were in the race and Weinberger finished ahead of six of them. "I’m very excited about this performance," said Weinberger, 21. "It gives me a lot of confidence and it proves my strong results last year were no fluke."

Marathon Swim World Series 2012
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30Jan2012

Victoria’s Richard Weinberger leads the pack of seven Canucks in Brazil

Seven Canadian swimmers will be taking part in the FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup this Sunday in Santos, Brazil with hopes of getting closer to an Olympic berth. Amongst these seven athletes, Victoria’s Richard Weinberger is heading into the event with high expectations and the determination to extend his winning streak.    Weinberger produced Canada’s top result in the 10km during last summers’ World Championships in Shanghai, yet a 16th place finish wasn’t enough to secure his spot for the Olympic swimming marathon in London. Only the top 10 swimmers of each category at the Shanghai Championships earned their ticket to London, while the remaining 15 slots are yet to be filled.

Marathon Swim World Series 2012
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27Jan2012

World Champions Italy hold off Brits

The British Gas GBR Men’s Water Polo Team showed their fighting spirit in a battling defeat at home to World Champions Italy in the FINA World League Preliminary match. Britain’s Craig Figes, Joe O’Regan, Rob Parker, Will Middleton and Ciaran James were on target in front of their home crowd in Manchester in their debut in the competition but succumbed to the World Champions in a final score of 14-6 (5-1, 4-1, 2-3, 3-1). After the performance British Captain Figes said: “The first half was quite tough for us and it did take us a long time to get into the match. But this is our debut in the World League and it is great to play at this level."

Men's Water Polo World League - European Prelims 2016
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23Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 3: Spain retains title, Russia ends at podium's door

Spain's stunning performance by the music "Stairways to Heaven", a routine they have been presenting since the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome, definitely stole the show on the final day of the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy where the last event, Free Combination, was contested at Beijing's Water Cube. Canada finished second while China claimed third spot, ahead of the Russian team.The last and longest event of the competition is the only one to be performed under the same FINA Rules that usually apply in other competitions. As a result, no accessories or additional equipment is permitted in the routine.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
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11Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 3: Spain retains title, Russia ends at podium's door

Spain's stunning performance by the music "Stairways to Heaven", a routine they have been presenting since the 2009 FINA World Championships in Rome, definitely stole the show on the final day of the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy where the last event, Free Combination, was contested at Beijing's Water Cube. Canada finished second while China claimed third spot, ahead of the Russian team.The last and longest event of the competition is the only one to be performed under the same FINA Rules that usually apply in other competitions. As a result, no accessories or additional equipment is permitted in the routine.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
Beijing
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11Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 2: Spain retains team title at World Trophy

They are sharks, dolphins, crabs, turtles, octopus seaweeds, waves...Defending champion Spain retained the team routine title thanks to a fascinating performance of Ocean at the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy at the Water Cube on Saturday.The Spanish squad proved the proverb "one who laughs last, is the winner". Being the last ones to perform in the event, Spain attracted the audience from the beginning of their entrance and throughout the routine by imitating the ocean creatures, turning the Water Cube into deep ocean, for a victory worth 97.151 points.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
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11Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 2: Spain retains team title at World Trophy

They are sharks, dolphins, crabs, turtles, octopus seaweeds, waves...Defending champion Spain retained the team routine title thanks to a fascinating performance of Ocean at the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy at the Water Cube on Saturday.The Spanish squad proved the proverb "one who laughs last, is the winner". Being the last ones to perform in the event, Spain attracted the audience from the beginning of their entrance and throughout the routine by imitating the ocean creatures, turning the Water Cube into deep ocean, for a victory worth 97.151 points.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
Beijing
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11Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 1: Host China wins two titles on opening night

China claimed the two titles in the Synchro Highlight Routine and Thematic Duet on the first day of the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy at the Water Cube in Beijing on Friday. It is the first time that China wins at the World Trophy since the event was firstly launched in 2006.  The World Trophy allows the use of accessories and the time on the deck may exceed 10 seconds.It also has an exclusive programme with scores given for artistic impression only and the teams' routine must be inspired by the culture of the host country, i.e. China. All teams performed with different Chinese style, including music, Chi-Pao, dragon dance, silk fans and so on.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
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11Dec2011

Beijing 2011, Day 1: Host China wins two titles on opening night

China claimed the two titles in the Synchro Highlight Routine and Thematic Duet on the first day of the 2011 FINA Synchronised Swimming World Trophy at the Water Cube in Beijing on Friday. It is the first time that China wins at the World Trophy since the event was firstly launched in 2006.  The World Trophy allows the use of accessories and the time on the deck may exceed 10 seconds.It also has an exclusive programme with scores given for artistic impression only and the teams' routine must be inspired by the culture of the host country, i.e. China. All teams performed with different Chinese style, including music, Chi-Pao, dragon dance, silk fans and so on.

Synchro World Trophy (2006 - 2016) 2015
Beijing
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11Dec2011

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