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30 days to go to Gwangju 2019: South Korea to send largest delegation to FINA World Championships

With exactly 30 days to go to the 18th edition of the FINA World Championships to be held from July 12-28, the Gwangju 2019 Organising Committee has announced that South Korea will be represented by the largest-ever delegation of athletes.

Under the theme “Dive into Peace” the FINA World Championships, which is composed of competitions across FINA’s six disciplines, will be staged in Gwangju, about 330km South of Seoul and in the town of Yeosu for the open water swimming events.

World Championships 2019
Gwangju, Korea
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12Jun2019

PR 41 – FINA and OC Gwangju 2019 appeal to DPR Korea participation

With 50 days to go for the Opening of the 18th FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR), FINA and the Organising Committee of the competition held today a Press Conference in the City Hall of the Korean metropolis, in order to underline the importance of DPR Korea (PRK) presence in the FINA showcase.

Press Releases 2019
Gwangju, Korea
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23May2019

Just 50 days to go to the FINA World Championships in Gwangju (KOR)

The southern metropolitan city of Gwangju, South Korea, is gearing up to welcome the 18th edition of the FINA World Championships 2019 and the world’s best aquatic athletes.

The countdown to FINA’s signature event reaches 50 days to go today (May 23, 2019).

Under the theme "Dive into Peace," the competition will run from July 12-28 in Gwangju, about 330 kilometers south of Seoul, while the town of Yeosu will host the open water swimming races at the Yeosu Expo Ocean Park.

World Championships 2019
Gwangju, Korea
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23May2019

Gwangju (KOR) unveils World Championships medals design

The organising committee of the 18th FINA World Championships 2019, to be held in Gwangju, 330km south of Seoul, Korea, unveiled the design for the front of the gold, silver and bronze medals.

The Organising Committee said it was inspired by two landmarks of the host city: Mount Mudeung and Youngsan River.

On the back, the medals symbolise spreading values of democracy, human rights and peace throughout the world.

World Championships 2019
Gwangju, Korea
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26Apr2019

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