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.



 


 


Day 1, Aquatics Convention Doha 2014: Maximising FINA’s thrilling experience

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

convention_dohaThe first, intense, day of the Aquatics Conference, within the frame of the FINA World Aquatics Convention, started with the introductive speech by Cornel Marculescu. After explaining the meaning of the Convention and the goals that FINA wishes to achieve through it, the FINA Executive Director spoke of the absolute need to harmonize the World Calendar for the various disciplines and solicited the utmost co-operation from the National Federations in order to achieve such an important goal. He then presented the FINA Calendar for the years 2015-2017, highlighting the co-operation received from the Continental Associations and the Technical Committees to achieve an outcome that “has no overlaps and ensures an optimal organization of our major events”.

Then several topics were tackled, most with audiovisual support.

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3rd FINA World Aquatics Convention kicks-off in Doha (QAT)

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

ConventionThe third edition of the FINA World Aquatics Convention was officially opened in Doha (QAT), on November 29, 2014, with the welcome speeches of FINA President Dr. Julio C. Maglione and the Secretary General of the Qatar Olympic Committee, Sheik Saoud Al-Thani.

During three days, delegates from the FINA National Federations will have a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and knowledge about many strategic areas for the development of Aquatics in the five continents – administration, marketing, sponsoring, media, bidding and organisation of events. Running in parallel with the Conference programme – including prestigious lecturers -, an exhibition hall, displaying booths of commercial partners associated to the FINA world, is installed outside the Convention in the Ritz-Carlton of the Qatari capital.

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AIPS Young Reporters set to tackle intensive training at FINA Doha 2014 events

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

AIPS programme

First ever FINA/AIPS Young Reporters programme participants have arrived today in the capital city of Qatar, boosted by their commitment to cover the pivotal meetings and competition days to be held at the 3rd World Aquatics Convention from November 29 till December 1 and at the 12th World Swimming Championships (25m) from December 3–7.

Starting tomorrow, the five-continent representatives will be following an intensive training course aiming to teach them the sports journalism best practice and the latest live reporting techniques. The overall objective of the workshops and lectures is to develop their skills as the new generation of Olympic and aquatic sports reporters.

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Star-studded line-up ready for Doha

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

Ryan Lochte (USA)More than 1'100 athletes from 171 countries have registered to compete at the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), taking place in Doha, Qatar, from December 3-7.

Hundreds of millions around the world are expected to tune in to see the biggest names in swimming take to the blocks at Hamad Aquatic Centre including 11-time Olympic medallist and also known for his short-course dominance, American Ryan Lochte.

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Swimming top guns gear up for Doha

FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

Chad Le Clos (RSA)The highlight of the aquatic season, the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m), is about to start in the magnificent Hamad Aquatic Complex. Featuring a handful of the greatest stars and offering a massive sum in prize money, the showcase in Doha is going to be another hit, watched by hundreds of millions around the world.

FINA’s decision to move the event from its spring date to December proved to be a wise move. It attracts more top swimmers and it crowns the short-course season, while in the spring when everyone was preparing for the summer long-course events, it was like an unexpected guest at a party.

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