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FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) - results in you pocket!

The beginning of FINA World Swimming Championships 2018 is just a few days away.#Hangzhou has never been so close: from the pool to… the palm of your hand, all the results live are only on #FINAApp, download it now! 

World Swimming Championships (25m) 2018
Hangzhou, China
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07Dec2018

PR 102 - Hangzhou welcomes big Aquatics Family for 5th World Convention and Swimming Coaches Golden Clinic

Over a 1000 delegates, representing 400+ organisations, Aquatics experts, coaches and National Federations are gathering in Hangzhou (Zhejiang Province, China), for the three-day FINA World Aquatics Convention from December 8-10.

The Conference programme is highlighted by an impressive line-up of speakers that will cover a large spectrum of themes such as the on and off-site fan experience at aquatics events, marketing and digital exposure, bidding and event legacy, anti-doping and development.

Press Releases 2018
Hangzhou, China
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06Dec2018

PR 100 - FINA World Championships 2025 & 2027

FINA has the pleasure to announce that seven National Federations/Cities have shown their interest in staging the 2025 or 2027 edition of the FINA World Championships and FINA World Masters Championships.

At the deadline of November 26, 2018 interest has been received from:

- AUSTRALIA, Melbourne
- CHINA, city to be confirmed
- HUNGARY, Budapest
- RUSSIA, Kazan
- SERBIA, Belgrade
- UKRAINE, city to be confirmed
- USA, Greensboro, North Carolina

Press Releases 2018
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30Nov2018

FINA President receives special award in Tokyo

The FINA President Dr Julio C. Maglione has received a special recognition from the Panam Sports, formerly known as PASO, the Pan-American Sports Organisation, comprising all National Olympic Committees of the American continent and responsible body for the staging of the Pan-American Games.

Family News 2018
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30Nov2018

PR 99- Mixed celebrations in Singapore ultimate Diving Grand Prix meet

Six nations, China, DPR Korea, Japan, Mexico, Russia and Singapore, claimed at least one victory this weekend in Singapore (SGP), the last host of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2018, from November 23-25.

Press Releases 2018
Singapore, SGP
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26Nov2018

Alia Atkinson: Jamaica's Tour de Force

How does a Jamaican girl go from learning to swim at age 4 to making an Olympic team at 15 to becoming Texas A&M's second NCAA swim champion, just moments after her teammate became the first?

How, two years later, does she arrive at her third Olympic Games without a swimsuit, win a tiebreaker to clinch the last spot in the 100m breaststroke final, then place fourth to match Jamaica's best Olympic swimming result in history?

Swimming World Cup 2018
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20Nov2018

PR 98- 'Embracing Innovation - Aquatics in a Global World': FINA Conference Programme Announced

The FINA World Aquatics Convention is delighted to release the final Conference Programme for 2018, Hangzhou, China, December 8-10.

Today's world of sport business is changing and, as technology and innovation continuously evolve, it can be difficult to keep up. It is essential, therefore, that National Federations and the wider Aquatics community are aware of the opportunities available and that they embrace innovation in their day-to-day activities.

Press Releases 2018
Hangzhou, China
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19Nov2018

FINA World Aquatic Convention 2018: programme

Embracing Innovation - Aquatics in a Global World

Today's world is changing and, as technology and innovation continuously evolve, it can be difficult to keep up. It is essential, therefore, that National Federations and the wider Aquatics community are aware of the opportunities available and that they embrace innovation in their day-to-day activities.

World Aquatics Convention 2018
Hangzhou, China
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19Nov2018

PR 97- Australia takes four gold in penultimate Diving Grand Prix in Gold Coast

Team Australia was the most decorated nation this weekend in Gold Coast (AUS), as the city hosted the penultimate leg of the FINA Diving Grand Prix 2018 from November 15-18, 2018.

The home divers stole the gold in the men's 3m springboard with Kevin Chavez (429.45), in the women's 10m platform with Emily Boyd (342.30), in the women's 3m synchro with Georgia Shehan / Esther Qin (263.70) and in  the mixed 3m with Anabelle Smith / Domonic Bedgood (280.56).

Press Releases 2018
Gold Coast, Australia
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19Nov2018

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