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FINA and the German Swimming Federation (DSV) organized a Media Night, during which the FINA Swimming & Diving World Cups joined together for an official opening party high above the lights of the German city.

The FINA Swimming & Diving World Cups came together for an official opening celebration high above the lights of the German metropolis during the Media Night that was coordinated by FINA and the German Swimming Federation (DSV).

Evening of the Media


Brent Nowicki, the executive director of FINA, expressed his delight that Berlin would host both the swimming and diving world championships.

“We believe this new format brings additional value to the city of Berlin and sponsors, as well as to the athletes who can now come together around their passion for aquatic sport,” the statement reads. “By uniting the world’s finest swimmers and divers under one roof.”

During his opening remarks, Nowicki made reference to the amazing results for the combined FINA World Cups. Among the 625 athletes who represented 63 different nations in the competition, there were 13 Olympic champions and 44 FINA World Champions.

“Berlin has been a mainstay in the FINA Swimming World Cup for many years, and we are thrilled that we have now been able to incorporate diving for the very first time,” Nowicki continued. “We are delighted that we have now been able to include diving for the very first time.” I have no doubt that it will turn out to be an enjoyable occasion.

DSV Vice President Wolfgang Rupieper expressed gratitude to FINA and the sports mecca of Berlin for their assistance in the implementation of this novel format. He also expressed gratitude to the local organizing team and volunteers “for their tireless efforts, without which this event would not be possible.”

Among the athletes who enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere of the pre-event press conference was German swimming star Florian Wellbrock, who specializes in swimming longer distances in the freestyle format.

“Following that, athletes, members of the media, and guests of honor were given the opportunity to converse with one another in an informal setting. “It was very great to get together here once again in a festive setting before the tournament and just to be able to interact with each other,” said the current Olympic and world champion. “It was very nice to get together here once again in this convivial atmosphere.”

Everyone could sense the excitement that was building up for the event.

Angelina Kohler, a German swimmer, has stated that she enjoys swimming in the SSE in Berlin and that she always looks forward to swimming there. Angelina Kohler is a member of the German national swimming team.

The optimistic disposition was shared by the American Nic Fink.

“I’ve gone to a lot of cities in Europe and have swum in practically all of the major pools, but I haven’t made it here just yet. “I’ve never been to Berlin, but it’s always been on my list of places to visit,” said the defending FINA World Champion in the 50-meter breaststroke event in both long and short course.

“Everyone has been telling me what a terrific venue this is and what great fans are here, so naturally, I am looking forward to the upcoming days.”

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