In the final article following our interview with FINA VP Dale Neuburger, we delve into transparency, conflict of interest allegations, and the measures Neuburger has taken to avoid controversy.
Last week week readers got acquainted with Dale Neuburger, in his own words. Today we continue our discussion with Neuburger, posing questions on athlete representation, the Global Association of Professional Swimmers (GAPS), and deciding who gets a seat at the table.
SwimSwam spoke with Dale Neuburger about this summer’s FINA Elections, conflicts of interest, and the build to Tokyo 2020.
In a post on LEN’s website titled “Europe Deserves More,” the continental federation alleges unfairness by FINA and claims European countries are not given substantial representation in the organization.
Brazil’s swimming federation held a general assembly this week to change statutes that conflict with FINA rules.
Earlier this week, FINA announced its committee appointments through 2021.
Tamas Gyarfas, whose federation is hosting this summer’s World Championships, has been appointed to the FINA Executive.
FINA, the world governing body for 6 aquatic disciplines including swimming, has re-elected Julio Maglione as the president of the federation….
After nearly two weeks of waiting, FINA Executive Director Cornel Marculescu has issued an official response to the frustrated and vocal Kuwait Swimming Association (KSA).
FINA, the world governing body for 6 aquatic disciplines (swimming, open water swimming, diving, high diving, water polo, and synchronized swimming),…
Today, the Kuwait Swimming Association published a response to the Asian Swimming Association’s defensive sponsorship of Al-Musallam, and asked why FINA had not replied to a previous list of complaints.
Budapest, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong and Kazan are the final four candidates to host FINA’s 2022 and/or 2024 Short Course World Championships, per a FINA press release today. FINA will select hosts next week.
“Do we wish to elect an insecure person and one who has no comprehension of the FINA Constitution to lead us in FINA?” -Virendra Nanavati
In spite of being hosted in the United States, Americans are not invited to participate in the meet.f
“I see that in an awkward attempt to play catch up with the proposals I included in my Manifesto the letter sent few days ago by CANA leaders promises indiscriminately $ 15,000 to each Federation. I am truly pleased to see this sudden change of direction but then I wonder: who is it that is promising indiscriminate cash for votes?” -Paolo Barelli