Shanghai 2011


SHANGHAI 2011 - NEWS / REPORTS
SWIMMING
DIVING
WATER POLO

GAMES REPORTS
SYNCHRONISED
SWIMMING

OPEN WATER
SWIMMING


SHANGHAI 2011 - START LISTS / RESULTS / STATS
SWIMMING
DIVING
WATER POLO
SYNCHRONISED
SWIMMING

OPEN WATER
SWIMMING


SHANGHAI 2011 - MEDALS TABLE

   
final    
  GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL
USA 17 6 9 32
CHN 15 13 8 36
RUS 8 6 4 18
BRA 4 0 0 4
ITA 3 4 2 9
GBR 3 3 0 6
AUS 2 10 4 16
FRA 2 4 5 11
NED 2 1 3 6
GRE 2 1 1 4
DEN 2 1 0 3
GER 1 3 9 13
SWE 1 1 0 2
HUN 1 0 4 5
BLR 1 0 0 1
BUL 1 0 0 1
KOR 1 0 0 1
NOR 1 0 0 1
SUI 1 0 0 1
CAN 0 4 3 7
JPN 0 4 2 6
ESP 0 1 5 6
POL 0 1 0 1
SRB 0 1 0 1
RSA 0 0 3 3
MEX 0 0 2 2
CRO 0 0 1 1
UKR 0 0 1 1
Total 68 64 66 198
Two gold medals in the
men's 100m back & women's 100m free
 


SWIMMING EXTENDED STARTLISTS

- Extended Startlists July 24, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 25, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 26, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 27, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 28, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 29, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 30, 2011 (.zip)
- Extended Startlists July 31, 2011 (.zip)


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FINA President: “We are witnessing a great Championships!”

Shanghai 2011

In a Press Conference before the start of the Swimming competition of the 14th FINA World Championships Shanghai 2011, the FINA President Dr. Julio C. Maglione expressed his satisfaction by the level of performances achieved during the first week of FINA’s major event. “Our athletes are in great shape and are very well prepared, and the competition is of high level,” said Dr. Maglione.

The FINA President also highlighted the TV production plan from the Host Broadcaster of the championships, CCTV: “Their coverage is exceeding the Olympic standard in Aquatics, which shows our Sport in a complete new dimension – the best example of that is the ultra slow motion possibility, a technical advancement capable of processing more than 800 frames per second”.

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Aquatic Festival has started in Shanghai!

Shanghai 2011

Opening Ceremony - credit: Giorgio ScalaThe 14th FINA World Championships have officially started after an impressive Opening Ceremony, attended by the entire FINA Family, the IOC President Mr. Jacques Rogge and the Chinese dignitaries, namely Mr. Yu Zhengsheng, Secretary of the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Comunist Party of China. After the raise of China’s flag, and the ones from Italy and Spain, respectively the organisers of the 2009 and 2013 editions, the vibrant show continued with an ode to water, light and music.

Thanks to hundreds of participants, it was paid tribute to the common element to all FINA disciplines, the water. Spectacular choreographies on the pool deck and in the pool portrayed the spirit of water in Chinese philosophy and its values of harmony and purity. In a Tribute to Heroes, some FINA stars were called to the stage of this Ceremony to symbolise the FINA sports: open water swimmer Ky Hurst (AUS), synchronised swimmer Natalia Ischenko (RUS), water polo player Tony Azevedo (USA), open water swimmer Valerio Cleri (ITA), diver Chen Ruolin (CHN), and swimmer Liu Zige (CHN).

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Notice on Drugs Carried into China by Participating Teams

Shanghai 2011

Participating teams do not need to make a special declaration for self-used drugs and medical equipment. They should however carry a list of self-used drugs in both Chinese and English. Please note that drugs carried into China by participating teams should be used  by their own members only. After the 14th FINA World Championships, the remaining drugs should be taken back to their countries and should not be sold in China.

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Report on the Food Safety Levels of the 14th FINA World Championships

Shanghai 2011

SHANGHAI, China (June 22) - In order to ensure food safety at the 14th FINA World Championships, Shanghai government and the Organizing Committee (OC) observe the principle of ensuring food safety by preventing contamination at source and keeping the supervised entities enclosed, and have established a food supervision system covering the entire food chain – from farm to fork – and taken appropriate measures to ensure food safety and prevent food-borne doping. Food Safety Levels of the 14th FINA World Championships are as follows:

1. Hotels where Athletes stay

Food Safety Department of the OC conducts the most rigorous supervision on the food safety of the restaurants of the hotels where athletes stay throughout the entire food chain – from farm to fork. Animal-derived food products are all supplied by the food suppliers recommended by the OC. In addition to regular inspection, the OC also inspects dozens of other prohibited substances including Clenbuterol, Ractopamine, and Albuterol on animal-derived food products. The inspection items and methods are the same as those at Beijing 2008 Olympics Games and 2010 Asian Games.

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Shanghai Food Safety Committee is established - The Mayor orders that the most rigorous measures should be adopted

Shanghai 2011

SHANGHAI, China (June 17) - Shanghai Municipal People’s Government announced on May 23 the establishment of Shanghai Food Safety Committee and promulgated Opinions on Implementation of the Work for Further Improving Food Safety of Shanghai.

At a teleconference held on the same day on further improving food safety, Han Zheng, CPC Shanghai Committee Secretary and the Mayor of Shanghai made the following statement:

“Food safety is of vital importance to the health and life safety of all people of the city; therefore, we have a great responsibility to adopt the most rigorous measures in business license granting, supervision, law enforcement, penalty, and accountability mechanism to make Shanghai one of China’s safest cities and relieve people of the worries.”

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The 14th FINA World Championships Doping Control preparation work steadily ongoing

Shanghai 2011

SHANGHAI, China (June 17) - In accordance with the anti-doping rules of FINA, doping control will be carried out at the 14th FINA World Championships. The OC has established a Doping Control Department which, under the instruction of the FINA Doping Control Commission, carries out the doping control work at the Championships. The preparation work is steadily ongoing.

The doping control work will be carried out in strict accordance with the FINA DC Rules. During the Championships, a total of four doping control stations will be set up, at the indoor stadium, natatorium and outdoor diving pool of Shanghai Oriental Sports Center and open water venue in Jinshan District which will meet the standard by FINA.

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Shanghai 2011 - Tickets


Tickets for the FINA World Championships 2011 in Shanghai can be booked in advance in three different ways, or can be purchased directly at the booth in Shanghai. Please note that if you decide to book tickets in advance, you will need to pick them up at one of the tickets booths in Shanghai (see addresses below).

Ticket Pricesalt

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Regulations on Coordination between Food Safety Watchdogs Stipulated by OC of the 14th FINA World Championships

Shanghai 2011


Regulations on Coordination between Food Safety Watchdogs Stipulated by OC of the 14th FINA World Championships
(Press Release III on Food Safety for FINA)
The OC Food Safety Department has stipulated the Regulations on Coordination between food safety watchdogs for the 14th FINA World Championships (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations), with a view to ensuring effective cooperation between five food safety watchdogs in terms of food cultivation (breeding), production, circulation and consumption for the Championships, redressing omissions in food safety supervision and administration from the field to the fork, and enhancing efficiency in food safety control. In line with the demand put forward by Shanghai Municipal People’s Government and the OC, Shanghai Municipal Agricultural Commission, Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision, Shanghai Administration for Industry & Commerce, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, and Shanghai Food and Drug Administration, in the charge of the OC Food Safety Department, are responsible for supervision over food cultivation (breeding), production, circulation and consumption for the Championships.
The Regulations highlight coordination in the following aspects:
1. Principles for spot checks on the food for the Championships;
Organizations responsible for spot checks on food ingredients and products in the food supply chain are clarified.
2. Testing items and agencies;
Four certified testing agencies have been designated by the Food Safety Department to carry out the controls in line with the same approaches and criteria.
3. Coordination between the traceability of food and inspection over purchased ingredients;
Recommended food suppliers and official hotels are required to adopt the Food Traceability System for the 14th FINA World Championships and implement the Ingredient Distribution and Circulation Form for the 14th FINA World Championships to exercise IT-based control over food traceability.
4. Labeling in food distribution for the Championship;
Food for the Championships must be packaged with special labels, and all truck doors should be sealed with TAG that bear code numbers so as to ensure the food are not intact during the food transportation.
5. Chain of custody for food production and supply;
All suppliers have to retain their food production and supply records according to relevant requirements so that in case of any emergency, documents concerned can be provided in time. In addition, all food safety watchdogs have also to keep their records on food safety supervision and administration.
6. Information on food safety;
During the Championships, the results of food safety supervision for all food suppliers and official hotels will be reported to the OC on a daily base.

The OC Food Safety Department has stipulated the Regulations on Coordination between food safety watchdogs for the 14th FINA World Championships (hereinafter referred to as the Regulations), with a view to ensuring effective cooperation between five food safety watchdogs in terms of food cultivation (breeding), production, circulation and consumption for the Championships, redressing omissions in food safety supervision and administration from the field to the fork, and enhancing efficiency in food safety control.

In line with the demand put forward by Shanghai Municipal People’s Government and the OC, Shanghai Municipal Agricultural Commission, Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Quality and Technical Supervision, Shanghai Administration for Industry & Commerce, Shanghai Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, and Shanghai Food and Drug Administration, in the charge of the OC Food Safety Department, are responsible for supervision over food cultivation (breeding), production, circulation and consumption for the Championships.

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Shanghai 2011 OC holds meeting with Food Safety Experts

Shanghai 2011

The Organising Committee of the 14th FINA World Championships had a meeting with food safety experts on the morning of April 26, 2011. Invited guests were Chen Junshi, member of Institute of Nutrition and Food Safety, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering; Peter Ben Embarek, Department of Food Safety of WHO’s office in China; Wu Moutian, member of Doping Control Review Board of FINA and Deputy Director General,China Anti-Doping Agency and five other food safety and doping control experts.

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Shanghai 2011 - Open Water Swimming Venue (Jinshan City Beach) Report

Shanghai 2011

The competition course is located within an embankment in Jinshan City Beach. The water in the embankment originates from sea water pumped from outside the dam through the floodgate. After going through natural sedimentation, the turbid sea water can turn clear. And the sea water is drawn into the embankment on a regular base.

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