Japan rewards its top athletes and swimmers get ready for FINA World Swimming Championships (25m)

Federations News

The 44th TV Asahi Big Sports Award 2009 was held on January 15, 2010, at the Tokyo Prince Hotel in Japan and rewarded not only swimmers but also a wide range of athletes coming from baseball, golf, sumo, soccer, athletics, and others.

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Birth and staleness force Aussie Sharks captain Whalan to have year-long break

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Aussie Sharks men’s water polo captain Thomas Whalan is taking a year away from international competition. He and former international swim star wife Elka (nee Graham) are expecting their first baby and the 264-game veteran for the Sharks told his team-mates by email that his focus and motivation since the Rome FINA World Championships last July has not been 100 per cent.

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2 major diving and open water swimming events to take place in Mexico this month

Federations News

The Mexican Swimming Federation called on its divers to participate in the internal selection for the Grand Prix of Russia and Germany, and to join the team of divers to participate in the international selection for the Singapore Youth Olympic Games 2010.

The diving pool named after Mexican’s legend "Joaquin Capilla" will host the first two diving events of the season, scheduled from January 28-30, 2010.

Moreover, on January 23, 2010, in the beautiful port of Acapulco will be held the first open water competition of the season in Mexico; the 5K Ronald Johnson. The event will attract top swimmers who are preparing their way to the Central American and Caribbean Games, in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico.

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Brazil's National Team convened for South American Championship

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The national swimming team for the South American Championship has been convened. As a whole, 28 swimmers are convened to dispute the event from the 25th to the 29th of March, in Medellin, Colombia.

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Pinheiros won the last event of the 2009 season and Cesar Cielo broke the World Record in the men’s

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The Esporte Clube Pinheiros won the last national competition of 2009, the Brazilian Sports Aquatic Confederation Open Championships (in 50m-pool). The club scored 975 points and dominated the swimming events. Minas TC finished the competition in second with 479 points, while Unisanta took third with 161.5 points. As a whole, one new World Record and three new national records were set and 29 clubs scored points in the event. The competition took place at the city of São Paulo, in the pool of Pinheiros club.

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