Corinthians wins the 15-16 years old Brazilian Championship

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The Sport Club Corinthians Paulista won the Brazilian 15-16 years old Swimming Championship (the Carlos Campos Sobrinho Trophy). The club scored 344 points. Minas Tênis Clube finished the event in the second position with 303 points and Unisanta was third with 255 points. Overall, 24 new event records were set in this competition. The championship was held at the Curitibano club in the city of Curitiba.

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Cheng becomes surprise winner as China tops Asian swimming championships

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CHNSlicing three seconds off personal best within one month, Chinese Taipei's Cheng Wan Jun stunned to win the women's 200 meters individual medley title of the last day at the 8th Asian Swimming Championships on Foshan (CHN) on Nov. 28.   

After the eight-day Asian championships, the hosts swept 46 golds in swimming, diving and synchronised swimming.

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Olympic champion Liu Zige to shine in Asian swimming championships

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Olympic champion Liu Zige and world champion Zhang Lin will lead a group of Chinese elite swimmers at the Asian Swimming Championships which ran through Nov. 21-28.

The Championships, which include swimming, synchronised swimming and diving, are being held by China Swimming Association (CSA), Guangdong Provincial Sports Administration and People's Municipal Government of Foshan, under the auspices of the Asia Swimming Federation (AASF).

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Junya Koga, "Swimmer of the Year" in Japan

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The national annual meeting of Japan Swimming Federation for November was held in Tokyo on November 22. On that occasion the “Swimmer of the year” award was announced: Junya Koga, men’s 100m backstroke gold medallist at the 13th FINA World Championships Rome 2009.

Also in Japan, Kousuke Kitajima, gold medallist in the men’s 100m and 200m breaststroke both in the 2004 Athens and 2008 Beijing Olymopics, came back to the swimming pool after the Beijing Olympic Games. He enjoyably swam at the Tokyo Swimming Center Invitational Meet, which was held on November 21-23, 2009.

 

Organisers receive $500,000 in funding from Heritage Canada for 6th FINA World OWS Champs

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Swimming Canada and Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean inc., greeted with joy and great satisfaction the $500,000 contribution from Heritage Canada to help organise the 6th FINA World Open Water Swimming championships (Roberval 2010) set for July 15-23, 2010 in Roberval, Que. The announcement was made on November 20, 2009 at a news conference by the Honourable Denis Lebel (Roberval-Lac St-Jean), federal Minister of State (Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec) for the Honourable Gary Lunn (Saanich-Gulf Islands) Minister of State (Sport).

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