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PR 43 - ASWS 2019: Japan's Inui continues to impress in Greensboro

The sixth leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series 2019 came to an end on Sunday evening (May 26) in Greenboro, USA, as Japan's Olympic star Yukiko Inui and Canada's discipline sensation Jacqueline Simoneau displayed constant and excellent results in the the solo technical and solo free events.

Veteran Yukiko Inui clinched the victory in both the events with 91.8795 points for her technical routine and 93.7583 points for her free performance.

Press Releases 2019
Greensboro, USA
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27May2019

ASWS, Greensboro, Day 3: Japan and Hungary win gold

The 6th stop of the FINA Artistic World Series came to a grand finale today in the Greensboro Aquatic Centre in Greensboro, NC, USA.

The last two Team titles were up for grabs while the much anticipated and fun gala was the last event on the programme.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019
Greensboro, USA
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27May2019

HDWCup, Zhaoqing, Day 2: Hunt and Iffland continue their winning streak

Three-time World Cup winner Gary Hunt of Great Britain enjoyed "home advantage" and celebrated his fourth title in a row while Rhiannan Iffland of Australia retained her crown at the FINA High Diving World Cup here at the Yingxiong Diving Center on Sunday. 

Always favourite before the start of a high diving event, Hunt dominated the field all the way through his four dives in the two-day competition in China and collected a total of 436.70 points for his fourth consecutive World Cup title since 2016.

High Diving World Cup 2019
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26May2019

ASWS, Greensboro, Day 2: Japan continues to dominate with 3 more gold medals, Kazakhstan and Argentina win their first medal

The second day of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series in Greensboro, NC, USA saw another 4 exciting events with spectacular performances. Routines from Japan, Canada, Hungary, and Singapore who have been competing in several ASWS are improving, getting cleaner and stronger, and are receiving higher scores, but the routines of debutants USA, Colombia and Argentina are making statements and show great promise for the 2019 Artistic Swimming season.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019
Greensboro, USA
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26May2019

HDWCup, Zhaoqing, Day 1: Hunt and Jimenez, the best so far

Three-time World Cup champion Gary Hunt of Great Britain and 2017 winner Adriana Jimenez of Mexico lived up to their reputation, leading after two rounds on the opening day of the FINA High Diving World Cup 2019 taking place in Zhaoqing (CHN) this weekend.

Despite the rain, favourite Hunt overcame a minor mistake in his first dive to come from behind with his trademark dive 5167D (forward 3 somersaults 3 1/2 twists) for a day-high score of 132.30 points in the second dive. He collected a total of 193.90 after two rounds. 

High Diving World Cup 2019
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25May2019

ASWS, Greensboro, Day 1: Japan wins 3 of the 4 events

The Japanese athletes were on fire the first day of competition in the Greensboro Aquatic Centre, winning 3 of the 4 events contested. After the official opening with a parade of all the athletes of the 10 participating countries as well as domestic and international clubs, the 6th leg of the FINA Artistic Swimming World Series got on its way today with the Free Duet Event.

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019
Greensboro, USA
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25May2019

Divers praise Zhaoqing facilitiy before World Cup action

As the first-ever permanent facility for high diving in the world, Zhaoqing High Diving Training Center is ready to welcome a total of 43 high divers from 18 countries to perform at the FINA High Diving World Cup 2019 on May 25-26.

High Diving, youngest aquatic discipline in FINA, has held five previous editions of the World Cup: 2014 (Kazan, RUS), 2015 (Cozumel, MEX), and in Abu Dhabi (UAE) in 2016 2017 and 2018.

High Diving World Cup 2019
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24May2019

Greensboro, North Carolina site of the 6th leg of the ASWS

The 2019 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series initiated in March in France. Since Paris, the best athletes in the world of Artistic Swimming have competed in Greece, Russia, Japan, and China. Tomorrow, 62 athletes representing 10 countries, will start the 6th leg of the ASWS in the beautiful Greensboro Aquatic Centre, in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA. 

Artistic Swimming World Series 2019
Greensboro, USA
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24May2019

PR 41 – FINA and OC Gwangju 2019 appeal to DPR Korea participation

With 50 days to go for the Opening of the 18th FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR), FINA and the Organising Committee of the competition held today a Press Conference in the City Hall of the Korean metropolis, in order to underline the importance of DPR Korea (PRK) presence in the FINA showcase.

Press Releases 2019
Gwangju, Korea
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23May2019

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