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11/21/2023 |  World Aquatics Announces Swimming World Cup 2024 Schedule (SportsTravel) World Aquatics has revealed its Swimming World Cup 2024 calendar, with events taking place in three Asian cities over three consecutive weeks in October and November 2024.
The first event takes place in Shanghai, China, from October 18­–20, while the second is in Incheon, South Korea, from October 24–26. The final swim is in Singapore from October 31 through November 2.
11/13/2023 |  World Aquatics Unveils Open Water Swimming World Cup 2024 Schedule (SportsTravel) The World Aquatics Open Water Swimming World Cup 2024 calendar will visit five locations on three continents starting in March.
“Every stop of the World Aquatics Open Water World Cup 2024 provides something extraordinary, from the crystal-clear waters of Soma Bay to the Hong Kong skyline,” said World Aquatics President Captain Husain Al-Musallam. “Next year promises to be a really special one for open water swimming.”
10/31/2023 |  2026 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships Moved to Los Angeles (SportsTravel) One of the bigger international swimming events in 2026, the Pan Pacific Championships, will be moved from Canada to Los Angeles to give the sport and the city the opportunity to lay the foundation ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympic Games.
9/15/2023 |  Simone Manuel Launches Foundation To Help Black People Swim (First and Pen) Simone Manuel showed us that Black people, and Black women in particular, can swim and swim damn well.
The 2x Olympian shinned in the pool in the 2016 and 2020 Summer Games, winning two golds, two silvers and one bronze medal. She’s also a World Champion, winning 11 golds, 3 silvers and 2 bronze medals in individual and team events.
Now Manuel wants to make sure that everyone can swim, especially people of color, and she’s taking action to do just that.
9/5/2023 |  Russia critical of rules allowing some of its swimmers to compete as neutrals ahead of the Olympics (Associated Press (AP)) LAUSANNE, Switzerland (AP) — Russian officials have criticized a plan to offer some of its swimmers the chance to return to international competitions ahead of the Paris Olympics, arguing it doesn’t go far enough.
It could be another five months before any Russian swimmers compete at a major event.
Governing body World Aquatics has excluded swimmers from Russia and its ally Belarus since the Russian invasion of Ukraine last year, but on Monday launched a scheme to grant “Neutral Individual Athlete” status to athletes who pass a vetting procedure.

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