Fina becomes World Aquatics in digitally driven identity overhaul
Former LEN president Barelli handed two-year ban by Fina
Fina adds Corpay as FX payments supplier
Abu Dhabi to host ‘Aquatics Festival’ alongside Fina Short Course Worlds
LEN president upbeat over aquatics involvement at 2022 European Championships
London named as replacement host for 2019 World Para-Swimming Championships
Diving World Cup heads back to China, Fina details new funding programme
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has awarded its 2018 Diving World Cup to the Chinese city of Wuhan and has revealed plans to form a new development programme that will divert funds from its share of television revenue from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
Windsor keen on further Fina events after World Championships success
Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens has said the Canadian city would be interested in hosting future Fina events after revealing that the organisation’s 2016 World Swimming Championships (25m) generated over C$32m (€21.4m/US$25m) of “economic activity” for the city.
Fuji and Montreal new additions to Diving World Series calendar
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has revealed the line-up for the 2018 Diving World Series, with Fuji and Montreal becoming new additions to the calendar.
Fina chief Maglione secures another term
Julio Maglione has been re-elected for a third term as the president of Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports.
Fina takes major events back to Kazan, Budapest
Fina, the global governing body for aquatic sports, has awarded hosting rights for future editions of the World Swimming Championships (25m) to Kazan in Russia and Budapest in Hungary.
Bidders line up for Fina Short Course Worlds
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has announced that four destinations will contend hosting rights for the 2022 and 2024 editions of its World Swimming Championships (25m) events.
Glasgow awarded European Short Course Swimming Championships
Indianapolis steps in as new host of Fina World Junior Swimming Championships
Fina, the global governing body of aquatic sports, has awarded hosting rights for its 2017 World Junior Swimming Championships to the US city of Indianapolis.
Founding sports behind return of European Championships in 2022
Organisers of the European Championships have announced that the seven federations scheduled to compete at the inaugural edition of the multi-sport event in 2018 have all agreed in principle to return for its second outing in 2022.
Fukuoka and Doha land Fina World Championships, Mexican federation suspended
The International Aquatics Federation (Fina) has awarded its 2021 and 2023 World Championships and World Masters Championships to Fukuoka and Doha, respectively, while it has suspended the Mexican Swimming Federation (FMN) over Guadalajara’s withdrawal of hosting rights to the 2017 event.
New tests raise fresh doubts over water pollution for Rio 2016
A new round of independent testing on waterways in Rio de Janeiro that will stage events during the city’s hosting of the Olympic Games next summer have found locations further away from shore are just as polluted as nearer those nearer to land, where raw sewage flows into waterways.