In the run-up-to the FINA Swimming World Cup in Kazan, two-time Tokyo Olympic medalist Arno Kamminga (Netherlands) and his coach Mark Faber along with the swimmers Michelle Coleman (Sweden) and Fernando Scheffer (Brazil) gave master classes for the students of the Volga Region State University of Physical Culture, Sport and Tourism.
Master classes were held at the Aquatics Palace that will host the competition on 28 October. The last, fourth leg of the Swimming World Cup in the 2021 series will be held from 28 to 30 October beginning after the Doha (Qatar) stop, which ends on 25 October. 292 athletes are expected to take part in the competitions in Kazan.
As a reminder, Kazan has already hosted the FINA Swimming World Cup legs in 2018 and 2019.
The FINA SWC leg will be held as planned with all safety precautions taken into account. The event is held in accordance with the regulations developed on the basis of the FINA regulations, with account for the requirements established by the legislation of the Russian Federation and the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Tatarstan. There will be arranged measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus infection – providing disposable masks, equipping areas for hygienic hand sanitising, measuring body temperature at the entrance, markings to maintain social distance. Besides, the competition will run with no spectators.
Press Office of the ANO “Directorate for Sports and Social Projects”