USA Swimming has issued a 30-day cancellation of all hosted events including clinics & workshops, with a “strong recommendation” to cancel all meets as well.
Swim meets at all levels continue to cancel due to the novel 2019 coronavirus. Now the College Club Swimming National Championships have also canceled.
Pennsylvania has postponed the second of its high school state swimming & diving meets, the next in a wave of events upended by the novel 2019 coronavirus.
The Danish Open, as well as the Swim Open Stockholm, have both been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak, leaving two fewer Olympic-qualifying meets.
Meeting prestigiosi, campionati nazionali ed eventi di qualificazione olimpica sospesi o cancellati. Una panoramica sugli effetti del coronavirus
MIT won’t be in action at the NCAA Division III Swimming & Diving Championships as they’ve cancelled their participation in all winter championships.
The Ivy League has just announced that they will be cancelling all sporting events that are currently scheduled for the spring of 2020.
There are special coronavirus (COVID-19) specific rules in place for this weekend’s New South Wales (NSW) State Open Championships.
Pacific Northwest Swimming announced Tuesday that King County, which has the most confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country, canceled the meet.
Add the Bergen Swim Festival to the seemingly growing list of swimming events being cancelled or postponed due to the coronavirus situation.
La FINA ha annunciato l’istituzione di una taskforce COVID-19.Verranno riuniti medici esperti monitorare la diffusione del virus
Comprised of leading medical experts, FINA’s taskforce will consider and assess the spread of COVID-19, and its potential impact on upcoming events.
The impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) is continually unfolding, with another update coming from the Italian Swimming Federation.
La FIN ha disposto sospensione di tutti gli eventi nazionali. Cancellata altresì la partecipazione degli azzurri agli eventi internazionali
coronavirus: firmato questa notte il DPCM 08/03/2020 che impone ulteriori restrizioni per rallentare la diffusione del COVID-19