FINA/MASTBANK Swimming World Cup 2014 - Doha (QAT)

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INFO  
August 27-28, 2014
Doha, QATAR
Hamad Aquatic Centre (HAC)
Aspire Zone, Al Aziziyah, Doha

Contact Details

Qatar Swimming Association
Al Bida Tower
Cronice West Bay
PO Box 19194
Doha, QATAR

Telephone:  +974 4494 3260
Fax: +974 4494 4221
Email: infoQSA@olympic.qa
Website: www.qatarswimming.com

Person responsible for SWC matters:
Mr Petros Tsiallas
Telephone: +974 4494 4693
Email: petrost@olympic.qa

Schedule

Day 1 - August 27, 2014   Day 2 - August 28, 2014
Heats: 10:00 Finals: 18:00   Heats: 10:00 Finals: 18:00
800m Freestyle Women*
400m IM Men*
100m Freestyle Men
200m Freestyle Women
50m Breaststroke Men
  1500m Freestyle Men*
400m IM Women*
100m Freestyle Women
200m Freestyle Men
50m Breaststroke Women
Awarding Ceremonies   Awarding Ceremonies
100m Breaststroke Women
100m Butterfly Women
100m Backstroke Men
50m Backstroke Women
  100m Breaststroke Men
100m Butterfly Men
100m Backstroke Women
50m Backstroke Men
Awarding Ceremonies   Awarding Ceremonies
200m Butterfly Men
200m IM Women
400m Freestyle Men
50m Freestyle Women
  200m Butterfly Women
200m IM Men
400m Freestyle Women
50m Freestyle Men
Awarding Ceremonies   Awarding Ceremonies
200m Breaststroke Men
100m IM Men
200m Backstroke Women
50m Butterfly Men
  200m Breaststroke Women
100m IM Women
200m Backstroke Men
50m Butterfly Women
Awarding Ceremonies   Awarding Ceremonies
4 x 50m Medley Mixed   4 x 50m Freestyle Mixed

*Note: these events are outside the TV Feed


Information on clothing

Men and women should dress modestly as a courtesy to both Qataris and Muslims. Swimsuits and beachwear are acceptable at the hotel beaches (don’t forget sunscreen), but it is not appropriate to show too much skin in other public areas. Tops should cover the shoulders and upper arms, and skirts or shorts should fall to or below the knee. Women are not obliged to cover their hair. Visitors should be thoughtful of their clothing particularly in the Holy Month of Ramadan.

The extreme heat and high humidity of summertime means light-weight fibres are advisable (clothes made from ‘wicking’ – high techpolyester - material are invaluable); covering up susceptible parts of your body whilst outside they will also prevent sunburn. However a jumper or wrap may be needed inside malls, cinemas and restaurants, as the air conditioning can be fierce. Wintertime can be chilly, especially in the evenings, and there is also a chance of rain, so coats and closed shoes will be useful.

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