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FINA World Masters Championships

The FINA World Masters Championships (or "Masters Worlds") is an international Aquatics championships for adults (per FINA rules, Masters are 25 years-old and older). The championships is held biennially (in even years), with competition in all five of FINA's disciplines: Swimming, Diving, Water Polo, Open Water Swimming, and Synchronized Swimming.[1]

Editions

Year Edition Location Dates
1986 1st Japan Tokyo, Japan
1988 2nd Australia Brisbane, Australia
1990 3rd Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
1992 4th United States Indianapolis, USA
1994 5th Canada Montreal, Canada
1996 6th United Kingdom Sheffield, Great Britain
1998 7th Morocco Casablanca, Morocco
2000 8th Germany Munich, Germany
2002 9th New Zealand Christchurch, New Zealand
2004 10th Italy Riccione, Italy
2006 11th United States Stanford, USA August 4-17
2008 12th Australia Perth, Australia April 18-25
2010 13th Sweden Gothenburg and Borås, Sweden July 27-August 7
2012 14th Italy Riccione, Italy June 3–17
2014 15th Canada Montreal, Canada

External links

  • Website for the 2010 Masters Worlds

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