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Swimming stars conclude busy year in Lausanne (SUI)

Nicolas Balthasar was a happy… and nervous man. After two minutes, he stops talking, and takes some water. “Sorry, must be from the emotion of being here”. The president of the Organising Committee of the first Lausanne Swim Cup, to be held this weekend in the Olympic capital, then confesses: “I never thought we would reach this level of participation for this inaugural edition”. At his side, at the Press Conference to open the event, several sounding names of the discipline: US Michael Andrew and Anthony Ervin, Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu, and France’s Medhy Metella and Clément Mignon.

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16Dec2016

FINA suspends Kuwait Swimming Federation

FINA has suspended from Ovtober 28, 2015, the Kuwaiti Swimming Federation with the following consequences:

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28Oct2015

FINA suspends Sri Lanka National Federation

FINA has suspended from June 17, 2015 the Sri Lanka Aquatic Sports Union, with the following consequences:1. No voting right at the FINA General Assembly (Ordinary and Extraordinary);2. Participation of the athletes under FINA Flag, FINA Code for Accreditation and FINA Hymn (in case of victory) during the FINA Championships/Events; 3. FINA recognises the former board of directors, as the interim Executive Committee, until new elections are conducted according to the principle of Autonomy;4. The suspension shall be respected by all FINA members.

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26Jun2015

Ami Matsuo and Cameron Simpson finish on a high at Oceania Championships

Hosts New Zealand claimed the overall honours for number of wins in a tight battle with Australia on the final night of the Mayfair Pools Oceania Championships in Auckland.Starting the night locked on 16 wins each, the Kiwis won three of the last four events for the 21-19 final scoreline.

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23May2014

Kiwi Stanley and Kent finish 1-2 in 200m free at Oceania Swimming Champs

Competition is good, even among friends as Commonwealth Games teammates found out on the opening night of finals at the Mayfair Pools Oceania Championships in Auckland, New Zealand, on May 20, 2014.National record holder Matthew Stanley came from behind to pip the fastest qualifier Steven Kent by just six hundredths of a second in the final of the 200m freestyle at the West Wave Aquatic Centre in Henderson.

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21May2014

Le Clos to spearhead South African team in Glasgow

Chad Le Clos, golden boy of South African swimming, finished the trials for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland with seven gold and one silver medal, qualifying in five events for the Games. Karin Prinsloo was the top woman swimmer bagging five gold medals and qualifying for four events.It was a week of up and downs as some events delivered disappointing results but in all nine swimmers qualified for the Games in 17 events. Graham Hill, national coach of Swimming South Africa (SSA), was disappointed after he expected at least 12 swimmers to qualify at the trials in the Kings Park pool in Durban.

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15Apr2014

Australia looks to future with Games squad

James Magnusson may be the World 100m freestyle champion and the public face of Australian Swimming, but he still walked away from the country’s National Championships yesterday without a single title.Despite the result Australian Swimming officials, and indeed Magnusson himself, are upbeat about the team’s performance ahead of this year’s Commonwealth Games and Pan Pacs.

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08Apr2014

Big changes for Diving Australia

Diving Australia’s quest for Rio 2016 glory has received a huge boost, with the recruitment of a world-class international coach and a major expansion of the sport’s High Performance programme. As well as its traditional base in Brisbane, Diving Australia is to establish ‘Performance Pillars’ in Sydney and Adelaide, with the Adelaide programme to be run by highly regarded current Canadian national head coach, Michel Larouche.

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06Mar2014

British swimmers to race at open water World Cup's first legs

A small team of British open water swimmers will be heading to South America for two legs of the FINA Open World Cup Series.Olympian Dan Fogg, who secured his best result on the world stage with a fifth place in the 10km at London 2012,  will lead the team of six which also includes European Junior 5km Open Water silver medallist Tom Allen (British Gas Swansea ITC), Tom Sunter (City of Sheffield) and Jack Burnell who trains with Fogg at British Gas Loughborough ITC.

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16Jan2013

Sarasota to Host 2013 Pan American Masters Championship

U.S. Masters Swimming is pleased to host the 2013 Pan American Masters Championship. The Championship, sanctioned by Union American de Natacion, will be hosted in partnership with the Sarasota Family YMCA, in Sarasota, Fla. Masters synchronised swimming and pool swimming competition will be held at the Selby Aquatic Center adjacent to the Sarasota Y’s Evalyn Sadlier Jones branch in Sarasota. The event dates for synchro and swimming are June 1–12. An open water swim will be hosted June 13 at Siesta Key in Sarasota. This will be the first time the USA has hosted the biennial event. The Championship is expected to attract up to 2,000 adult swimmers from the South America, Central America, the Caribbean, Mexico, Canada and the USA.

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04Sep2012

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