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FINA Swimming World Cup 2019

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Launched in 1988, the FINA Swimming World Cup gathers world-class swimmers in a series of two-day meets organised between August and November each year. Across nine locations, the circuit is structured in clusters (Middle East, Europe and Asia) and distributes a total of prize money reaching US$ 2.5 million. 

FINA Diving Grand Prix 2019

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Each year, the FINA Diving Grand Prix invites divers from all parts of the world to compete during the February-November period in a circuit of nine four-day meets.

FINA intends to provide the international diving elite with a high-level competition that takes place in countries or locations that have a strong tradition in the sport, therefore enhancing their popularity.

The Grand Prix competition programme includes women's and men's 3m springboard, 10m platform, 3m springboard synchro and 10m platform synchro.

FINA General Congress

PR 89 – WPWL 2020: European preliminaries kick-off with five matches

The 2020 edition of both the Men’s and Women’s FINA Water Polo World League kicks-off this Tuesday November 12, with the first matches of the European preliminaries. Five games will take place in different locations of the Old Continent, corresponding to “Game Day 1” in both the men’s and women’s tournament.

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11Nov2019

PR 88 – DGP 2019: Chinese divers shine in Gold Coast (AUS)

Divers from China shone in the seventh meet of the 2019 FINA Diving Grand Prix, held in Gold Coast (AUS) on November 8-10, by winning all individual events at stake.

Among men, Wang Zongyuan and Wu Luxian managed the 1-2 in the 3m springboard, while Lian Junjie was the best in the 10m platform. The minor medals in these two events went to Shixin Li (AUS, bronze in the 3m), Sam Fricker (AUS) and Nathan Brown (NZL), respectively silver and bronze medallist in the higher board.

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11Nov2019

PR 87 - SWCup 2019: Doha (QAT) consecrates Morozov (RUS) and Campbell (AUS)

Vladimir Morozov (RUS) and Cate Campbell (AUS) were the overall winners of the 2019 edition of the FINA Swimming World Cup, after the conclusion of the seventh and final meet of the series in Doha (QAT) on November 7-9. The Russian star was the best among men, with a total of 333 points, while the Australian champion led the women’s ranking with 357 points.

This is not the first success for Morozov in this competition, as he was also the champion in 2018 and 2016, and second in 2017 and 2013. In Doha, the Russian ace won the 50m and 100m free, as well as the 50m back. 

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09Nov2019

Doha SWC Day 3: Cate Campbell clinches 2019 overall World Cup title

DOHA – No one knew who would win the women’s 2019 World Cup title until the final day of the final meet in Doha.  In the end, Cate Campbell of Australia clinched her first World Cup trophy by 45 points over Katinka Hosszu.  

Going into the 100m free, Cambpell's last individual event, she did her best to stay unaware to avoid any pressure.

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09Nov2019

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