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2/19/2024 |  Israeli swimmer booed by crowd in sour finish to World Championships (Reuters Sports) DOHA, Feb 18 (Reuters) - An Israeli medallist was booed by the crowd in a sour finish to the Doha World Championships on Sunday, taking the gloss off some stunning achievements in the pool highlighted by Sarah Sjostrom's third consecutive 50 metres freestyle world title.
Anastasia Gorbenko took silver in the women's 400m individual medley but her celebrations were spoiled as a chorus of boos rained down from the terraces, drowning out her post-race interview by the floor presenter.
2/1/2024 |  World Aquatics Championships begin in Doha, but many top swimmers are staying home (Associated Press (AP)) With all eyes on the Paris Olympics, the World Aquatics Championships feel more like a nuisance than the second-most important event on the swimming calendar.
Given the unusual timing — a lingering fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic — many of the biggest names have decided to skip the meet in Doha, Qatar.
“I don’t really care, to be honest,” American breaststroke star Lilly King said. “It’s not that big a deal for me.”
1/25/2024 |  World Aquatics disputes Italian swimming’s claim that suspended boss cleared by CAS (Associated Press (AP)) MILAN (AP) — Barely six months before the Olympics start in Paris, there is confusion about who will be at the head of the Italian swimming federation.
World Aquatics has disputed a statement issued by the Italian federation on Wednesday saying that suspended president Paolo Barelli had his appeal upheld by the Court of Arbitration for Sport and will resume his duties.
12/20/2023 |  New tower at surfing venue in Tahiti spurring more blowback against Paris Olympic organizers (Associated Press (AP)) SAINT-DENIS, France (AP) — Organizers of the Paris Olympics said Wednesday that building work will continue on a new tower for judges and TV cameras at the surfing venue in Tahiti despite the sport’s governing body saying it no longer supports the controversial project.
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.

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