A NEW AFRICAN RECORD FOR TATJANA SCHOENMAKER

A new African Record for Tatjana Schoenmaker during Day 02 of the SA National Short Course Championships Pietermaritzburg, Sunday, 25th October 2020 – The second day of the SA National Short Course Swimming Championships in Pietermaritzburg saw Tatjana Schoenmaker set a new African Record with a FINA Qualification Time in the 100m breaststroke, while Matthew Sates added the 100m butterfly and Rebecca Meder the 200m individual medley. Schoenmaker broke her own 2018 African Record of 1:05.12 during the morning heats session,... Read More

TOKYO 2020 INAUGURATES AQUATICS CENTRE

Tokyo 2020 and FINA Communications Department The Tokyo 2020 Aquatics Centre, a newly built permanent venue for the upcoming Olympic Games, was officially opened on Saturday October 24, 2020. The inauguration of Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Saturday unveiled the state-of-the-art facility, which will encourage athletes to continue with their preparations and give their best performance at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games next year, from July 23- August 8, 2021. The ceremony included a dynamic demonstration where athletes showcase... Read More

NEW EGYPTIAN NATIONAL RECORD

Mohamed Samy has excelled in Budapest setting a new Short Course National Record in the 200m Individual Medley.He Also set a new National Short Course record in the 100m freetyle. Congrats Misho! Read More

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