Bans Retired athletes In relation to anti-doping rule violations, FINA does enact suspensions on athletes who are retired from their respective sport at the time of ban implementation, with examples including Lithuanian Rūta Meilutytė (2019–2021) and Russians Artem Lobuzov (2021–2025), Alexandra Sokolova (2021–2025), and Artem Podyakov (2021–2025).  Russia and Belarus bans Russian and Belarusian athletes and officials are banned from every FINA event through the end of 2022.  FINA also cancelled FINA events in Russia, and banned Russian and Belarusian teams through to the 19th FINA World Championships Budapest 2022.  In March 2022, after the 2022 Russian invasion of Ukraine, FINA banned all Russians and Belarusians from competing at the 2022 World Aquatics Championships and withdrew the 2022 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) from being held in Russia.
[needs update] Transgender athlete restrictions On 19 June 2022, FINA "committed to the separation of Aquatics sports into men's and women's categories according to sex" by a 71% vote, adopting a new policy on eligibility for the men's and women's competition categories.  This policy effectively bars all transgender women from competing in professional women's swimming, with the exception of athletes who "can establish to FINA's comfortable satisfaction that they have not experienced any part of male puberty beyond Tanner Stage 2 (of puberty) or before age 12, whichever is later". FINA also announced the development of a separate "open" category for some events, to be determined by a working group over the next six months, so that "everybody has the opportunity to compete at an elite level".
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fina. org FINA (French: Fédération internationale de natation, English: International Swimming Federation[a]) is the international federation recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) for administering international competitions in water sports. It is one of several international federations which administer a given sport or discipline for both the IOC and the international community. It is based in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Terrain models show features of the land, while informative text, photographs, and diagrams combine to create a superb overview of the world's physical, political, economic, and demographic geography. Careful presentation and easy language ensure the information stays clear and concise for younger readers throughout the book. 196 nations are detailed in fascinating fact files, alongside information about the country's land use, industries, and population distribution.
The Technical Congress has the following additional non-voting members: all members from the respective Technical Committees.  "Extraordinary" Congresses are also called from time to time, to deal with a specific topic or area of concern (e. g. an Extraordinary Congress was held with the 2009 World Championships to review the Masters swimming rules; there was a General Congress at the 2009 Worlds).
High Diving: High Diving World Series. Open Water: World Open Water Swimming Championships (a. "Open Water Worlds"). Even years from 2000 to 2010. Artistic swimming: Synchro World Trophy.  Masters: World Masters Championships (a. "Masters Worlds"). Bi-annual, in even years. "Masters" competition is for adults (20 years old and up). This championships features all 5 disciplines. Discipline world cups In addition to the championships events listed above, FINA also organizes the following events: Swimming: Swimming World Cup. Water Polo: Men's and Women's Water Polo World Cup. Every 4 years. Diving: Diving World Cup. High Diving: High Diving World Cup. Open Water: Marathon Swim World Series. Artistic Swimming: Synchro World Cup.
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