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Youth Artistic Swimming Worlds, Samorin, Day 3: survival test well passed

322 rising stars have tested their technical merit, accuracy and must-have skills during the Figure session on competition Day 3 at the inaugural FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships in Samorin, Slovakia. The uneasy exam was well passed with a number of A-marks depicting really high level of drills of the 13 – 15 years old competitors.

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30Aug2019
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13Oct

Youth Artistic Swimming Worlds, Samorin, Day 2: Fans thrilled as Russia and Ukraine go ahead

An action-packed second competition day of the 1st FINA Youth World Artistic Swimming Championships in Slovakia saw 4 nations dominating in the contest.

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29Aug2019

PR 74 – Ambrosimov (RUS) and Cunha (BRA) prevail in Ohrid

Kirill Ambrosimov (RUS) and Ana Marcela Cunha (BRA) were the winners of the seventh leg of the 2019 FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series, staged in Ohrid Lake, in North Macedonia, on August 28. The Russian star needed 2h00m21s8 to complete the 10km-race, while the Brazilian ace touched home for gold in 2h11m38s4.

While this was the first victory of the year of Ambrosimov, Cunha has now four wins, after previous successes in Doha (QAT), Balaton (HUN) and Setubal (POR).

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29Aug2019

FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships, Samorin, Day 1: favorites take start in style

The 1st FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships commenced today, on 28 August at the state of the art X-Bionic Arena of the Slovakian Olympic Training Center, located at some 30 km from Bratislava. For the next 5 days 13 – 15 years old soloists, duets, mixed duets and teams from 35 aquatic nations will vie for the medals and merits on offer, and establish the first ever youth world rankings in the artistic swimming.

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28Aug2019

Ambrosimov surprises in Ohrid; Cunha confirms credentials

Kirill Ambrosimov from Russia and Ana Marcela Cunha from Brazil were the winners of the seventh race of the FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series 2019 in Ohrid, MKD. In the men’s race, the expected winner Razovszky missed the podium, while Ambrosimov surprised the whole field by taking an early lead, which he no longer gave up. 

The Russian could hardly comment – no more than “Oh, I’m so happy” -, because he had gone very fast in the final phase to keep the upcoming Axel Reymond behind him. The French swimmer came very close thanks to a smart maneuver inside. 

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28Aug2019

Motivation talk by Ona Carbonell and amazing Opening ceremony kicked off the inaugural FINA Youth Artistic Swimming Worlds

A historic moment is finally on us. The 1st FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships is officially opened today at the state of the art X-Bionic Arena of the Slovakian Olympic Training Center, to come to a close 5 days later on September, 1.

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27Aug2019

PR 73 – Young talents in quest of excellence in Slovakia

Around 330 young talents from 35 countries are ready to shine in the first edition of the FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships, to be held in Samorin (SVK) from August 28 to September 1, 2019. The competition is open to athletes aged 13-15, born between 2004 and 2006.

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27Aug2019

Artistic swimming rising stars set to shine in Slovakia

Teams arrive in Samorin for the inaugural FINA World Youth Artistic Swimming Championships

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26Aug2019

PR 72 – Jr Worlds: Strong US team rules in Budapest (HUN)

The seventh edition of the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships, that saw more than 800 swimmers from 122 nations competing in the iconic “Duna Arena” concluded today in Budapest (HUN) and consecrated the USA as the “Best Team” of the competition. The North American delegation amassed 37 medals and led the medal table with a total of 18 gold, 10 silver and nine bronze medals. Individually, Andrei Minakov (RUS), among men, and Lani Pallister (AUS), in the women’s category, were the best swimmers of the event, held between August 20-25, 2019.

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26Aug2019

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