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In an attempt to build momentum in the lead-up to next year’s event, due to take place from July 12 to 28, Burson-Marsteller Sport will provide advice on strategic communication – including support with international media outreach, social and digital media and traditional media relations – to the Gwangju 2019 team.





Paris 2024 Site Visit

Great to see Olympic cities looking to sustainability with their venue planning.  Click to read how Paris has something to learn from Budapest. 





FINA World Aquatics Convention

Today FINA announced the dates and location for the 2018 FINA World Aquatics Convention.

Click here to learn more.





Swimming Canada 2017 Big Splash Award Winners

2017 was a busy year for Swimming Canada – a few world records… Click to read more





2017 FINA Best Athletes Montage

Check out the new video highlighting all the FINA competitions and athletes from 2017.

 





Great memories for Team Canada were made in Budapest this summer at the 2017 FINA World Aquatic Championships.

Check out the highlights here





Canadians score 7 medals, set new world & national records CBC Sports Posted: Jul 31, 2017

 

Canadian athletes returning home after two weeks of action at the FINA World Aquatics Championships in Budapest, Hungary will bring with them medals, new national records and valuable experience at a high-stakes competition ahead of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Here’s a look at the most notable performances by Canadians at the aquatics worlds.

Swimming

Kylie Masse led all Canadians — swimmers or otherwise — at the aquatics worlds, scoring the country’s lone world title and setting a new world record to boot in the 100-metre backstroke final, and breaking six Canadian records. That gold was also the first at a world championships by a Canadian swimmer since 2007. Kylie Masse: Made in Canada Masse was also a part of the mixed relay teams that won a pair of bronze ...





FINA Names Fukuoka (2021), Doha (2023) Hosts for Future FINA World Championships

 

 

FINA Names Fukuoka (2021), Doha (2023) Hosts for Future FINA World Championships

 

 





New Partnership for Water Polo Canada

Congrats to Water Polo Canada on their new partnership with INS Quebec.  Great to see amazing work being done in the preparations of your national team athletes.

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Judi Enns Bradette elected as Synchro Canada’s new President





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