FINA Approves CANA Zone 4 Champs as Olympic Qualifier

We are pleased to inform you that FINA has approved the CANA Zone IV Championships, taking place from the 20th - 23rd of February 2020 in Gaborone Botswana, as a meet where swimmers can achieve the FINA "A" and "B" Swimming Qualifying Standard Times. These qualiying time standards are a prerequisite for particing in major FINA competitions and the Olympics.  Botswana CANA Zone IV 2020 Team Read More

Moroccan open water swimmer set sail at the World Beach Games

Ben Rahou Mathieu from Morocco took to the waters at the World beach games to participate in the 5km open water swimming event. Mathieu completed his 5km swim in a time of  56:05 to claim the 12th position ahead of Mexican swimmer Daniel Delgadillo 56:06. A stellar effort from the Moroccan open water swimmer. Read More

Zimbabwe claim 9th place in playoffs

The Zimbabweanwater polo team claimed 9th place in the 9th - 10th playoffs at the World Challengers Cup in Singapore, after an emphatic 27 goal win against the Team Chinese Taipei, final score being 30 - 3 in Zimbabwe's favour. Well done Team Zimbabwe  Read More

Zimbabwean Water Polo team debut at the Fina Challengers Cup

The 2019 FINA Water Polo Challenger's Cup (previously known as the FINA World Water Polo Development Trophy until the 2017 edition) is an international water polo tournament hosted by the Singapore Swimming Association, held at the OCBC Aquatic Centre in Singapore from 8 to 13 October 2019. It is the seventh edition of the tournament which consists of ten participating nations, with 5 of those nations making a debut at the tournament, including African nation Zimbabwe. The tournament cons... Read More

Updates from Banjul Gambia

Updates from Banjul, The Gambia.  One of our second Regional Open Water Swimming Competitions held last Saturday 21st September 2019. Every year, a Regional OWS series are organised in four regions out of the seven regions in The Gambia. The best swimmers from these regionals are then invited to the National OWS Championship. Every region brings at least 15 swimmers for the finals, from all categories (ie both junior and senior). This is the second series now left with two more before the finals. Read More