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December 9, 2019 - 11:42

Members of the Bureau of the European Swimming League (LEN) unanimously voted to hold both tournaments in Kazan.

December 5, 2019 - 20:05
The awarding ceremony took place on the sidelines of the International Volunteer Forum timed to coincide with International Volunteer Day. Inessa Klyukina from Kazan became the Grand Prize winner. She took the first place in the Equal Opportunities nomination.
November 29, 2019 - 17:43
Today, on November 29, a meeting of the Organizing Committee for the 45th WorldSkills Competition was held in Moscow chaired by Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Tatyana Golikova. The participants of the meeting summed up the results of the past event and discussed the legacy of the WorldSkills Competition.
November 19, 2019 - 10:12
On November 18, Moscow hosted a working meeting between Minister of Sport of the Russian Federation Pavel Kolobkov and President of the Republic of Tatarstan Rustam Minnikhanov.
November 5, 2019 - 14:00
The Russian Short Course Swimming Championships will be held on 5-10 November in Kazan, after the FINA Swimming World Cup leg. Competitions will be held at the Aquatics Palace.
November 4, 2019 - 21:16
The sixth leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup in Kazan has come to an end. The last gold medal winners were Australian swimmer Cate Campbell, Lithuanian swimmer Danas Rapsys, Hungarian swimmer Katinka Hosszu, and the Russian team became the best in the relay.
November 3, 2019 - 21:41
“The sixth leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup was organized at the highest level.” President of the All-Russian Swimming Federation Vladimir Salnikov voiced such an assessment to journalists, while summing up the tournament results. “Kazan is deservedly considered to be the aquatic sports capital of Russia,” he added.
November 3, 2019 - 20:00
The final competition day of the sixth leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup continued with the women’s 200m backstroke event. Australia’s Kaylee McKeown showcased the best time in the final – 2:07.92. Another Australian swimmer, Olympic champion and five-time world champion Emily Seebohm finished second (2:08.45).