A MESSAGE FROM THE SWIMMING FEDERATION OF CONGO

" We are now officially launching back activities. The pandemic has largely impacted the calender of activities of The Swimming Federation of Congo. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, aquatic activities were suspened. However, security measures have been eased, we can now resume our aquatic activities with all safety measures in place. It was normal that our federation, with some of the best international swimmers of Kinsasha had suspened aquatic activities. The number one priority of the frederation ,is to take resuming of a... Read More

ANOCA WEBINAR FOR AFRICAN ATHLETES

WADA – ANOCA Webinar for African Athletes: Introduction: The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) is partnering with the Association of National Olympic Committees of Africa (ANOCA) to present you an interactive webinar for all African Athletes. In line with the recommendations of the 2019 African Union Anti-Doping Think TankForum, WADA has partnered with ANOCA in order to ensure that athletes in Africa receive adequate and correct knowledge and information about anti-doping and participate in the elaboration and development of anti-dop... Read More

FRESH OFF THE PRESS

Today in Seychelles, news publishers has praised Coach Oliver and his team has made it to the papers with their learn to swim initiative. Keep up the good work team Seychelles  Read More

REGION 5 GAMES POSTPONED TO 2021

The African Union Sports Council (AUSC) Region 5 Youth Games scheduled for Maseru, Lesotho from 4 to 13 December 2020 have been postponed by a year. The Games will now be held in December 2021 with the 2022 Games scheduled for Malawi remaining unchanged. The decision was reached during the Troika of AUSC Region 5 Ministers of sport virtual meeting held on Friday 31 July 2020. The Troika is chaired by the Lesotho Minister of Gender, Youth, Sport and Recreation, Honourable Likeleli Tampane (MP) and includes Malawi Minister of Youth and Sport, Hon... Read More

AFRICAN AQUATICS NEWS

Check out African Aquatics Newsletter for July showcasing an encouraging message from the President of CANA Dr Sam Ramsamy. This installment takes us back in time to the African participation in the FINA World championships in Gwangju 2019, All Africa Games, Casablanca 2019 and a comparison of the number of entries by event from 1991-2019. Be sure to check out the African participation at the FINA World Junior championships in Budapest and the history of the participation of African swimmers from 2006-2019. Not forgetting CANA African Junior... Read More