‘As an African I’m extremely proud to be a member of the Evaluation Commission so we can show the world what Africa has to offer.’ – Kirsty Coventry
The IOC is going to try and elect an African host for the 2022 Youth Olympic Games at its upcoming session in Buenos Aires in October.
Zimbabwean Olympic legend Kirsty Coventry is adding another feather in her post-retirement accomplishment hat, as the 34-year-old has been appointed Chairperson of the IOC’s Athletes’ Commission.
The 2017 – 2021 Fina Athletes Committee (FINA AC) was recently announced with a number of former members re-appointed and six (6) new members appointed.
Sarah Sjostrom had a remarkable World Championships in Budapest. She broke the World Records in the 50m and 100m freestyles, winning gold and silver in the individual events.
L’Union aquatique du Zimbabwe (ZAU) a annoncé que quatre nageurs représenteront le pays aux Championnats du monde de 2017 cet été à Budapest.
The Zimbabwe Aquatic Union (ZAU) has announced a 4 swimmer-strong line-up for the 2017 World Championships in Budapest this summer.
Au Zimbabwe, c’est la double championne olympique Kirsty Coventry, qui s’est présentée, le 30 avril, à Harare, à l’élection, elle, du Comité Olympique national, au titre de vice-présidente.
Already prolific throughout multiple Olympic organizations, 5-time Olympian Kirsty Coventry of Zimbabwe is running for her nation’s Olympic Committee VP.
Egyptian swimming has been on a roll over the past Olympic quad, and it culminates in back-to-back Africa Female Swimmer of the Year Swammy Awards for Farida Osman.
Kirsty Coventry is set to be elected as the next vice-president of the International Surfing Association.
While not as widely recognized as those that open the bi-annual event, every Olympic Games ends with a parade of…
Zimbabwean swimmer Kirsty Coventry, one of her country’s most accomplished athletes in any sport, will wrap up a busy two weeks…
Coventry, an athlete representative for WADA and the IOC who competed for Zimbabwe at these Games, was paired with Vladimir Salnikov, head of the Russian Swimming Federation and member of FINA, in tonight’s medal ceremony.
Assuming Michael Phelps isn’t making a comeback down the road, this will be his last individual race ever where he will look to four-peat in this event winning gold number five of these games and 23 all time.