ISL CASE: COURT DECIDES IN FAVOUR OF WORLD AQUATICS
The U.S. District Court in San Francisco has decided in favour of World Aquatics, in cases that had originally been opened in 2018. Two antitrust lawsuits had been filed: one directly by the International Swimming League (ISL) and another by swimmers Tom Shields (USA), Michael Andrew (USA) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN), with ISL's support.
"World Aquatics is grateful to Judge Corley for her thoughtful and just decision. We are pleased that it brings an end to a period of uncert...Read More
CANA World Short Course Wrap Up
The World Short Course Championships, recently concluded in Melbourne Australia, included several participants representing Africa, who dished up some fantastic performances in the pool, with results ranging from personal bests, national and continental records. South Africa, who eventually ended 5th on the medals table with 5 medals [3 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze], was the only African nation to bag some medals at Championships.
Herewith a summary of events and results:
Relative to African partic...Read More
Golden Butterfly Double For Le Clos As Van Niekerk secures silver
18 December 2022 – Chad le Clos and Lara van Niekerk ensured Team South Africa finished the World Short Course Championships in Melbourne on a high on Sunday.
Le Clos completed a golden butterfly double by adding the 100m title to the 200m he won during the week.
The predicted battle between Le Clos, defending champion Matteo Rivolta of Italy and Switzerland’s Noe Ponti (the top three through the semifinals) didn’t materialise with Le Clos cruising to v...Read More
South African Institute of Drug-Free Sport