Regarding the subject of doping within the sport of swimming, FINA’s Cornel Marculescu stated this week, “I think it’s a war we will never win but it’s a battle we will win here and there for sure.”
Two proposed changes to relays at the 2016 Olympic Games have been included in a memo sent to international swimming federations from FINA.
Yulia Efimova’s request for her suspension to be lifted has been denied by FINA.
Earlier today, the ongoing controversy surrounding doping, specifically the drug meldonium, got even more complicated as the WADA announced that…
After WADA’s announcement earlier today that some cases where athletes have tested positively for meldonium may see the athlete’s suspension lifted, eyes turn to Yulia Efimova’s situation.
FINA, the world’s governing body for the sport of swimming, has released an official statement in response to the The Times article alleging systemic doping within Russian swimming.
Young Max of “Max Chats” caught up with several of the FINA scholarship athletes who competed at the South Asian…
The Russian Swimming Federation has released an official statement concerning Efimova’s reportedly positive test result for meldonium.
Last week a FINA delegation, including Executive Director Cornel Marculescu, was on-site touring the venues slated to host the 2016 FINA World Short Course Championships later this year.
An aggressive new testing approach will target the best athletes within the sport of swimming in the lead-up to the 2016 Olympic Games.
One member of the Mexican National Team system
28 summer sport International Federations, including FINA, assembled in Lausanne, Switzerland yesterday to review global concerns headed into the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Mexican Swimming Federation (FMN) President Kiril Todorov has resigned from his positions as Vice Chairman of the FINA Technical Committee
The Mexican Swimming Federation has lashed out over their FINA suspension, saying that FINA is “putting pressure on the Mexican government through Mexican athletes.”
Overall, FINA Executive Director Cornel Marculescu says he is “not worried” about the competition in Rio.