The FINA World Masters Championships will be held across the three cities of Fukuoka, Kumamoto and Kagoshima.
Holding the tournament across three cities will allow for the wide dissemination of various effects and legacies, such as promoting swimming to all generations, promoting the interaction between participants and citizens, leading to the improvement of local power by holding the tournament, and economic ripple effects.
The tournament also aims to provide an attractive environment where participants can enjoy not only the races but their stay in the cities through a variety of fun events and contents.
19th FINA World Masters Championships 2021 Kyushu
Main Organiser: International Swimming Federation (FINA)
Organisers: Japan Swimming Federation, Fukuoka City, Organising Committee of the 19th FINA World Championships 2021Fukuoka
3 August – 12 August 2021 (10 days)
Number of Prospective Participants
Approximately 10,000 people from 100 countries/regions
Swimming, diving, water polo, artistic swimming and open water swimming
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Master Plan of the Masters Championships
To establish a framework of steady preparation until the event, the necessary systems and structures for holding the tournament will be made clear with outlines of the tournament and descriptions of its unique aspects, in addition to the tournament's concept of "WATER MEETS FUTURE".
Please see below for details.