Paolo Barelli, David Sparkes and Tamas Gyarfas have been reported to European prosecutors over alleged financial irregularities.
The European and global governing bodies for swimming will not accept Gyarfas’ resignation until after legal proceedings have run their course.
Hungarian prosecutors have formally leveled charges against FINA Bureau member Tamas Gyárfás in connection with their belief that he ordered…
The World University Games men’s water polo gold medal is staying in Italy as the host team topped the United States 18-7 in the championship match Sunday.
World University Games Water Polo – Men July 2-14, 2019 Naples, Italy Time: UTC +2; 6 hours earlier than ET…
Hungary, Italy, Russia and the United States are set to clash in the final race to the medal stand in men’s water polo at the World University Games.
In men’s water polo pool action, the USA and Italy led the way at 4-0. The Americans outscored their foes 70-22, while Italy bested its opponents 67-39.
The LEN Bureau gathered in St. Petersburg, Russia on Saturday, where leaders presented a glowing status of the organization’s finances.
The recordings, which are cut from original conversations and were allegedly being used for blackmail, support prosecutors’ claims that the FINA Bureau Member and LEN Executive ordered the murder of a media rival in the 1990s. Gyárfás says that the edited recordings are misleading.
Gyarfas, a former Hungarian Swimming Federation president and current LEN treasurer, was detained in April in connection with the late 1990s murder of a Hungarian media rival.
Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament met the LEN Family at the federation’s annual congress held in Budapest and gave his firm support to a new program ‘Learn-to-Swim, Prevent Drowning’, presented by LEN President Paolo Barelli.
Tamas Gyarfas, the former president of the Hungarian Swimming Federation, has denied the allegations made against him that he ordered…
Former Hungarian Swimming Association president Tamas Gyarfas, arrested this week on suspicion of ordering the murder of a media rival…
Tamas Gyarfas, former president of the Hungarian Swimming Association and current member of the FINA Executive, has been arrested on suspicion of ordering the murder of a media rival in 1998.
The Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) has elected its newest President, with Dr. Sándor Wladár now taking the reins.