World Aquatics Masters Championship Releases Entry Book, Registration Information

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World Aquatics has released entry information World Aquatics Masters Championships will take place from Aug. 2-11 in Kyushu, Japan.

“The island of Kyushu is a place of great beauty. With clean, clear seas and white sandy beaches, it’s a perfect area for all ages to participate in aquatics. Japan has a long history of success in aquatics and we are very grateful for Japan’s commitment to hosting both the World Aquatics Championships and the World Aquatics Masters Championships,” said Husain Al-Musallam, World Aquatics President.

It has been four years since a World Masters Championship meet has taken place.

Registration for the event will begin March 1 and go through June 28. Register here. The entry book can be viewed here.

Athletes wishing to participate must belong to a swimming club registered with their national swimming federation. Proof of club affiliation must be registered at the time of online registration.

“I am extremely proud that the World Aquatics Masters Championships Kyushu 2023 is held in the three cities on the Kyushu Island, Fukuoka, Kumamoto and Kagoshima, and I wholeheartedly welcome all participants from across the globe,” said Daichi Suzuki, president of the organizing committee. “The Championships’ concept of “WATER MEETS THE FUTURE” expresses the hope that all the participants will meet the future. The event takes aim to create the future of aquatic sports through innovative technology, and also create a future for the region by connecting various people. The goal of the Championships is to further develop the event through the course of 22 years, from the one in 2001 that focused on “entertaining” people to the other in 2023 that focuses on “inspiring” people.

All events will be swum as timed finals

Entry times can be viewed here.

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Satya Prakash Yadav
Satya Prakash Yadav
1 year ago

Good for all masters swimmers

Tjoe Rina Gama
Tjoe Rina Gama
1 year ago

How about when participant does not meet the swimming entry time ? Still can join this event?

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