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PR 93 - FINA BUREAU MEETING - 30 November 2017

During its Bureau Meeting held today in Sanya (CHN), FINA approved a new programme directly aimed at supporting National Federations, through the distribution of up to 70% of the IOC TV revenue share. This project represents a total of US$ 21.5 million in the next four-year period, to assist FINA National Members in the development of their activities.

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30Nov2017

HD, Past winners: High show since 2013!

On July 29, 2013 in Barcelona, the sixth FINA aquatic discipline entered in the programme of the World Championships: High Diving. In the Catalonian capital, many hundreds of spectators gathered in Port Vell to follow the action of the two first rounds of the men’s competition. Since then, the “Best Athletes of the Year” awards have been given to the top stars of the discipline and the list certainly includes some of the legends of this demanding sport.

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30Nov2017

AS, Past winners: Romashina and Ishchenko, two legends

As with Diving, where China’s dominance is a fact, Artistic Swimming has also a clear nation on top of the rankings for almost two decades now: Russia. Its athletes’ victories at the Olympic Games and World Championships are naturally accompanied by the designation of Russian stars for the “Best Athletes of the Year” accolade. 

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29Nov2017

DV, Past winners: China takes it (almost) all

Out of the 14 awards distributed so far in Diving (seven for men and seven for women), between 2010 and 2016, only two eluded to China so far. While in the women’s category, the supremacy was complete, in the men’s list we find two “intruders” to the Asian dominance: Patrick Hausding (GER, 2010), and Ilya Zakharov (RUS, 2012).

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28Nov2017

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