— 13 September 2022

Refugee swimmer inspires film

Unreleased. Yusra Mardini, a Syrian-born swimmer and member of the IOC’s first Olympic refugee team, is the heroine of a film, The Swimmers, which had its world premiere last... Read more »

— 1 September 2022

Berlin will see double

The International Swimming Federation (FINA) wants to gather its troops. Finally. It has announced that the city of Berlin will host not one, but two World Cups next month.... Read more »

— 25 August 2022

Money will flow

FINA is breaking its piggy bank. The world swimming body has announced that it has allocated the sum of 224,000 dollars in results bonuses (112,000 dollars per gender) to... Read more »

— 10 August 2022

Rome in competition with Munich

Swimming has opted to stay away from the 2022 European multisport championships in Munich (11-21 August), but the television coverage of its European event is still going to be... Read more »

— 19 July 2022

The road to the Games is unveiled

The series continues. A little less than two years from the event, the International Swimming Federation (FINA) has unveiled in turn the criteria and the qualification route to the... Read more »

— 8 July 2022

FINA to investigate

Strange case. The International Swimming Federation (FINA) announced via a statement sent to the media, Thursday, July 7, to have opened an investigation after the statements of a Canadian... Read more »

— 21 June 2022

FINA extends contract with ITA

Two more years. The International Swimming Federation (FINA) took advantage of its annual congress, held last weekend in Budapest on the sidelines of the World Championships, to renew and... Read more »

— 20 June 2022

A new category for transgender athletes

The International Swimming Federation (FINA) held an extraordinary congress in Budapest on Sunday 19 June. On the sidelines of the world championships, the body voted by an overwhelming majority... Read more »