FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

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Organised in even years, the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) gather the world's fastest swimmers for a five-day, top-level showdown in 25-metre pool.

This year, about 900 swimmers coming from all continents will compete in the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), held in Doha (QAT) from December 3-7, 2014.

46 events (34 individual and 12 relays) are featured on the competition programme, for a total 138 medals.


 


 


FINA and Doha 2014 organise first Youth Programme

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

Young swimmers at the 4th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships - credit: deepbluemedia.photoshelter.comFINA together with the Organising Committee of Doha 2014 will organise the first Youth Training Programme, taking place on December 3-7, 2014 during the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m).

The objective is to give an opportunity to standout swimmers from each FINA National Federation to experience the World Championships and get inspiration from top athletes in the sport. About 350 swimmers, aged 14 to 16 years old, will be taking part in the programme at Doha's Hamad Aquatic Centre in the Aspire Zone.

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Doha 2014: FINA partners workshop bodes well for Championships

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

In preparation for the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), the Doha 2014 organising committee hosted a successful two-day Partners Workshop for the Official FINA partners to showcase the latest preparations ahead of the Championships on May 21-22, 2014.

During the workshop, the attendees were introduced to Qatar’s state-of the art swimming facilities at the Hamad Aquatic Centre, in Doha’s Sport City as well as being provided with a detailed update on all organisational aspects and the exceptional preparations being made by the organising committee.

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Fourth successful FINA visit to Doha

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

A FINA delegation concluded in the first days of April the fourth official site visit to Doha (QAT), host city of the 12th World Swimming Championships 2014 (25m) and the 3rd FINA World Aquatics Convention. During the two-day visit, matters related to all the organisation aspects of the events were discussed, including areas of accommodation, transportation, accreditation, marketing, competition venue, event presentation, broadcasting and others.

Heading the FINA Delegation, its Executive Director Cornel Marculescu stated: “All preparations are progressing well. Doha is an attractive destination and we have in our hands all the elements for a very successful championships”.

"The Doha 2014 Organising Committee is working hard, looking after all the details of the these two major FINA events, achieving a considerable progress in line with the set milestones. We are confident that in December, Doha 2014 will present an exciting event to the Aquatics family” said Qatar Swimming Association President and Doha 2014 CEO Mr. Khaleel Al Jabir.

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Doha 2014 is progressing well

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

A FINA delegation, led by Executive Director Cornel Marculescu was in Doha (QAT) on March 5-6, 2013 for a two-day visit within the frame of the preparation of the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) to be held in this vibrant middle-east city on December 3-7, 2014.

At the conclusion of the meeting, a Press Conference updated the local media on the status of the organisation. Mr Marculescu expressed FINA’s satisfaction on the advancement of the operations:




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Lochte (USA) makes history with 8 medals in Istanbul

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

For the fourth consecutive edition of the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), Ryan Lochte (USA) is the winner of the FINA Trophy for best male swimmer, earning an unprecedented eight medals in Istanbul! The swimming superstar already made history two years ago in Dubai (UAE) with seven podium appearances, but this time in the Turkish metropolis, he did even better with an even more impressive roll of honour: 1st 200m Free, 1st 4x100m free, 3rd 100m fly, 1st 4x200m free, 1st 200m IM, 2nd 200m back, 1st 100m IM, and 1st 4x100m medley.

Lochte has now an accumulated total of 30 medals at these championships since his first appearance in Indianapolis in 2004. Moreover, the 11-time medallist at the Olympics was the only swimmer to establish new World Records in Istanbul: firstly in the final of the 200m IM (1:49.63) and then in the semi-finals of the 100m IM (50.71). Lochte's performances decisively helped USA clinch the title for Best scoring team in Istanbul.

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