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TECHNICAL SWIMMING CONGRESS
25 July 2013 // 09:30 hours
Barcelona, Spain
PREAMBLE

THIS CIRCULAR CONTAINS MOTIONS, APPLICATIONS AND PROPOSALS FOR
ALTERATION OF OR ADDITION TO THE FINA SWIMMING RULES TO BE
CONSIDERED AT THE FINA TECHNICAL SWIMMING CONGRESS TO BE HELD ON 25
JULY 2013 IN BARCELONA, SPAIN.

THE BUREAU ASKS PERMISSION FROM THE CONGRESSES TO MAKE ANY
EDITORIAL CHANGES SUCH AS RENUMBERING OF RULES WHEN PRINTING THE
NEW FINA HANDBOOK 2013 - 2017.

FINA TECHNICAL SWIMMING CONGRESS 2013
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SW 1 MANAGEMENT OF COMPETITIONS
SW 1.2 TSC Bureau
Recommends
At the Olympic Games and World Championships the FINA Bureau shall appoint the following
minimum number of officials for the control of the competitions:
referee (1) (2)
control-room supervisor(1)
judges of stroke (4)
starters (2)
chief inspectors of turns (2, 1 at each end of the pool)
inspectors of turns (1 at each end of each lane)
chief recorder (1)
clerks of course (2)
false start rope personnel (1)
announcer (1)
SW 1.2.3 TSC Bureau
Recommends
A chief finish judge and finish judges are required may be used when Automatic Equipment and/or
three (3) digital watches per lane are not used.
SW 2 OFFICIALS
SW 2.8 Chief Timekeeper
SW 2.8.1 TSC Bureau
Recommends
The chief timekeeper shall assign the seating positions for all timekeepers and the lanes for which they are responsible. It is advisable that there shall be three (3) timekeepers for each lane. If Automatic Officiating Equipment is not used there shall be two (2) additional timekeepers designated, either of whom shall be directed to replace a timekeeper whose watch did not start or stopped during an event, or who for any other reason is not able to record the time. When using three (3) digital watches per lane, final time and place is determined by time.
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SW 2.8.2 (NEW)
TSC Bureau Recommends
When only one (1) timekeeper per lane is available, an extra timekeeper must be assigned in
case of a malfunction of a stopwatch. In addition the Chief Timekeeper must always record
the time of the winner of each heat.
Renumber thereafter
SW 3 SEEDING OF HEATS, SEMI-FINALS AND FINALS
SW 3.1 HEATS
SW 3.1.1 TSC Bureau Recommends
The best competitive times of all entrants for the preceding twelve (12) months announced qualifying period prior to the entry deadline of the competition shall be submitted on entry forms or on-line, as requested, and listed in order of time by the Management Committee. Swimmers who do not submit
official recorded times shall be considered the slowest and shall be placed at the end of the list with a
no time. Placement of swimmers with identical times or of more than one swimmer without times shall
be determined by draw. Swimmers shall be placed in lanes according to the procedures set forth in
SW 3.1.2 below. Swimmers shall be placed in trial heats according to submitted times in the following
manner.
SW 3.1.1.3 TSC Bureau
Recommends
If three heats, except 400m, 800m and 1500m events, the fastest swimmer shall be placed in the
third heat, next fastest in the second, next fastest in the first. The fourth fastest swimmer shall be
placed in the third heat, the fifth in the second heat, and the sixth fastest in the first heat, the seventh
fastest in the third heat, etc
SW 3.1.1.4 TSC Bureau
Recommends
If four or more heats, except 400m, 800m and 1500m events, the last three heats of the event
shall be seeded in accordance with SW 3.1.1.3 above. The heat preceding the last three heats
shall consist of the next fastest swimmers; the heat preceding the last four heats shall consist of the
next fastest swimmers, etc. Lanes shall be assigned in descend-ing order of submitted times within
each heat, in accordance with the pattern outlined in SW 3.1.2 below.
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SW 3.1.1.5
(NEW)
TSC Bureau
Recommends
For 400m, 800m and 1500m events, the last two heats of the event shall be seeded in
accordance with SW 3.1.1.2.
Renumber thereafter
SW 3.2.3 TSC Bureau Recommends
In the event that swimmers from the same or different heats have equal times registered to 1/100 second for either the eighth/tenth place or sixteenth/twentieth place depending on the use of 8 or 10 lanes, there shall be a swim-off to determine which swimmer shall advance to the appropriate finals.
Such swim-off shall take place not less than one hour after all involved swimmers have completed their heats at a time agreed between the event management and the parties involved. Another swimoff shall take place if equal times are registered again. If required, a swim off will take place to determine 1st and 2nd reserve if equal times are recorded.
SW 5 FREESTYLE
SW 5.1
ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do not recommend
Freestyle means that in an event so designated the swimmer may swim any style, except that in individual medley or medley relay events, freestyle means any style other than backstroke, breaststroke or butterfly.
SW 5.4
(former
SW 10.5)
ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Standing on the bottom during freestyle events or during the freestyle portion of medley events
shall not disqualify a swimmer, but he/she shall not walk.
SW 6 BACKSTROKE
SW 6.3 TSC
DEN & ZIM
Fed.
Bureau
Recommends
Some part of the swimmer must break the surface of the water throughout the race. It is
permissible for the swimmer to be completely sub-merged during the turn, at the finish and for a
distance of not more than 15 metres after the start and each turn. By that point the head must have
broken the surface.
SW 6.4 ZIM Fed. Bureau
Recommends
When executing the turn there must be a touch of the wall with some part of the swimmer’s body in
his/her respective lane. During the turn the shoulders may be turned over the vertical to the breast
after which a an immediate continuous single arm pull or a immediate continuous simultaneous
double arm pull may be used to initiate the turn. The swimmer must have returned to the position
on the back upon leaving the wall.
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SW 7 BREASTSTROKE
SW 7.1 TSC Bureau
Recommends
After the start and after each turn, the swimmer may take one arm stroke completely back to the legs during which the swimmer may be completely submerged for a distance of not more than  15 metres. A single butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke followed by a breaststroke kick. Multiple Butterfly kicks are permitted while completely submerged. Throughout the race
Once the swimmer’s head breaks the surface of the water, the stroke cycle must be one arm
stroke and one leg kick in that order. All movements of the arms shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane without alternating movement. At the last stroke before the turn and at the finish an arm stroke not followed by a leg kick is permitted.
SW 7.1 DEN & USA
Fed.
Bureau & TSC do not recommend
After the start and after each turn, the swimmer may take one arm stroke completely back to the legs during which the swimmer may be sub-merged. A single butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke, followed by a breaststroke kick.
SW 7.1 SUI Fed. Bureau & TSC do not recommend
After the start and after each turn, the swimmer may take one arm stroke completely back to the
legs during which the swimmer may be sub-merged. A single butterfly kick is permitted during the
pulling and pushing movement of the first arm stroke, followed by a breaststroke kick.
SW 7.1 SWE Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
After the start and after each turn, the swimmer may take one arm stroke completely back to the
legs during which the swimmer may be submerged. A single butterfly kick is permitted during
before the first arm stroke, followed by a breaststroke kick.
SW 7.1 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
After the start and after each turn, the swimmer may take one arm stroke one simultaneous
double arm pull completely back to the legs during which the swimmer may be submerged. A
single butterfly kick is permitted during the first arm stroke pull, followed by a breaststroke kick. The
head must break the surface of the water before the hands turn inward at the widest part of
the second stroke.
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SW 7.2
(NEW)
TSC Bureau
Recommends
After each turn, the swimmers may take one stroke completely back to the legs during which
the swimmer may be completely submerged. A single butterfly kick is permitted while
completely submerged. Once the swimmer’s head breaks the surface of the water, the
stroke cycle must be one arm stroke and one breaststroke leg kick in that order.
Renumber thereafter
SW 7.2
(NEW)
DEN Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
It shall be permissible for the swimmer to be completely submerged for a distance of not
more than 15 metres after the start and after each turn. By that point, the head must have
broken the surface. Butterfly kicks are permitted while completely submerged.
Renumber thereafter
SW 7.2 TSC Bureau
Recommends
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and after each turn, the body shall be on
the breast. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any time except at the turn after the touch of
the wall where it is permissible to turn in any manner as long as the body is on the breast
when leaving the wall. From the start and throughout the race the stroke cycle must be one arm
stroke and one leg kick in that order. All movements of the arms shall be simultaneous and on the
same horizontal plane without alternating movement.
SW 7.2 BEL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and after each turn, The body shall be on
the breast. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any time. From the start and throughout the
race the stroke cycle must be one arm stroke and one leg kick in that order. All movements of the
arms shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane without alternating movement.
SW 7.2 DEN Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and after each turn, the body shall be on
the breast. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any time. From the start and throughout the
race the stroke cycle must be one arm stroke and one leg kick in that order except at the last
stroke before the turn and at the finish where an armstroke not followed by a leg kick is
permitted. All movements of the arms shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane
without alternating movement.
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SW 7.2 NZL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and after each turn, the body shall be on
the breast. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any time. From the start and throughout the
race the stroke cycle must be one arm stroke and one leg kick in that order. All movements of the
arms shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane without alternating movement.
SW 7.2
(NEW)
USA Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
After the start and after each turn, a single butterfly kick followed by a breaststroke kick is
permitted prior to the hands turning inward at the widest part of the second stroke.
Renumber existing 7.2 and 7.3
SW 7.2 USA Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
SW 7.3 From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and after each turn, the body shall
be on the breast. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any time. From the start and throughout
the race the stroke cycle must be one arm stroke and one leg kick in that order except as in SW
7.2 (new). All movements of the arms shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane
without alternating movement.
SW 7.4 TSC Bureau
Recommends
During each complete cycle, some part of the swimmer’s head must break the surface of the water.
The head must break the surface of the water before the hands turn inward at the widest part of the
second stroke. All movements of the legs shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane
without alternating movement.
SW 7.4 GBR Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
During each complete cycle, some part of the swimmer's head must break the surface of the water.
After the start and the turn the head must break the surface of the water before the hands turn
inward at the widest part of the second stroke. All movements of the legs shall be simultaneous and
on the same horizontal plane without alternating movement.
SW 7.4 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
During each complete cycle, some part of the swimmer's head must break the surface of the water,
except as in SW 7.1 where the head must break the surface of the water before the hands turn
inward at the widest part of the second stroke. All movements of the legs shall be simultaneous and
on the same horizontal plane without alternating movement.
SW 7.5
(NEW)
ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
All movements of the legs shall be simultaneous and on the same horizontal plane without
alternating movement.
Renumber thereafter
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SW 7.5 TSC Bureau
Recommends
The feet must be turned outwards during the propulsive part of the kick. A scissors, flutter Alternating
movements or downward butterfly kicks is are not permitted except as in SW 7.1 and SW 7.2 (NEW). .
Breaking the surface of the water with the feet is allowed unless followed by a downward butterfly kick.
SW 7.5 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
The feet must be turned outwards during the propulsive part of the kick. A scissors, flutter or
downward butterfly kick is not permitted except as in SW 7.1. Breaking the surface of the water
with the feet is allowed unless followed by a downward butterfly kick.
SW 7.6 TSC Bureau
Recommends
At each turn and at the finish of the race, the touch shall be made with both hands separated and
simultaneously at, above, or below the water level. The head may be submerged after the last arm pull
prior to the touch, provided it breaks the surface of the water at some point during the last complete or
incomplete cycle preceding the touch.
SW 7.6 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
At each turn and at the finish of the race, the touch shall be made with both hands simultaneously
at, above, or below the water level. The head may be submerged after the last arm pull prior to the
touch, provided it breaks the surface of the water at some point during the last complete or
incomplete cycle preceding the touch. The head must break the surface of the water during the
last complete/incomplete cycle prior to the finish. The head may be submerged during the
final glide into the finish.
SW 8 BUTTERFLY
SW 8.1 TSC Bureau
Recommends
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and each turn, the body shall be kept on
the breast. Under water kicking on the side is allowed. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any
time, except at the turn after the touch of the wall where it is permissible to turn in any
manner as long as the body is on the breast when leaving the wall.
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SW 8.1 NZL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and each turn, the body shall be kept on
the breast. Under water kicking on the side is allowed. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any
time.
From the start and after each turn the body shall be kept on the breast. It is not permitted to
roll onto the back at any time. Under water kicking on the side is allowed.
SW 8.1 BEL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and each turn, The body shall be kept on
the breast. Under water kicking on the side is allowed. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any
time.
SW 8.1
(NEW)
ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
At the start and at after each turn, a swimmer is permitted one or more leg kicks and one
simultaneous double arm pull under the water, which must bring him/her to the surface.
Under water kicking on the side is allowed, but it is not permitted to roll onto the back at any
time. It shall be permissible for a swimmer to be completely submerged for a distance of not
more than 15 metres after the start and after each turn. By that point, the head must have
broken the surface. The swimmer must remain on the surface until the next turn or finish.
Renumber thereafter
SW 8.1 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
From the beginning of the first arm stroke after the start and each turn, the body shall be kept on
the breast. Under water kicking on the side is allowed. It is not permitted to roll onto the back at any
time.
SW 8.2 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC
Recommend
Both arms shall be brought forward together simultaneously over the water and brought backward
simultaneously under the water through-out the race, subject to SW 8.1 (new).
SW 8.4 TSC Bureau
Recommends
At each turn and at the finish of the race, the touch shall be made with both hands separated and
simultaneously, at, above or below the water surface.
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SW 8.5 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
At the start and at turns, a swimmer is permitted one or more leg kicks and one arm pull under the
water, which must bring him to the surface. It shall be permissible for a swimmer to be completely
submerged for a distance of not more than 15 metres after the start and after each turn. By that
point, the head must have broken the surface. The swimmer must remain on the surface until the
next turn or finish.
SW 9 MEDLEY SWIMMING
SW 9.2 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
In medley relay events, the four swimmers will cover the four swimming strokes in the following
order: Backstroke, Breaststroke, Butterfly and Freestyle.
SW 9.3 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Each section must be swum and finished in accordance with the rule which applies rules that
apply to the stroke concerned.
SW 10 THE RACE
SW 10.3
(NEW)
ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
A swimmer must swim in the lane in which he/she is designated to swim in.
Renumber thereafter
SW 10.3 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
The A swimmer must remain and finish the race in the same lane in which he/she started.
SW 10.4 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
In all events, a swimmer when turning shall make physical contact with the end of the pool or
course in his/her respective lane. The turn must be made from the wall, and it. It is not permitted
to take a stride or step from the bottom of the pool in the direction of the course.
SW 10.4 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
In all events, a swimmer when turning shall make physical contact with the end of the pool or
course in his/her respective lane. The turn must be made from the wall, and it. It is not permitted
to take a stride or step from the bottom of the pool for a swimmer to stand/walk during the turn,
except in freestyle where it is permissible for a swimmer to stand but not to walk (SW 5.4).
SW 10.5 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Standing on the bottom during freestyle events or during the freestyle portion of medley events
shall not disqualify a swimmer, but he shall not walk.
SW 10.6 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Pulling on the a lane rope or along the side of the pool is not allowed.
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SW 10.7 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Obstructing another swimmer by swimming across another lane or otherwise interfering shall
disqualify the offender. Should the foul be intentional, the referee shall report the matter to the
Member promoting the race competition, and to the Member of the swimmer so offending.
SW 10.8 TSC Bureau
Recommends
No swimmer shall be permitted to use or wear any device or swimsuit that may aid his/her speed,
buoyancy or endurance during a competition (such as webbed gloves, flippers, fins, power bands, or
adhesive substances, etc.). Goggles may be worn. Any kind of tape on the body is not permitted
unless approved by FINA Sport Medicine Committee.
SW 10.10 DEN Fed. Bureau & TSC
recommend as
amended below:
There shall be four swimmers on each relay team. Mixed relays may be swum. Mixed Relays
must consist of two (2) Men and two (2) Women. Split times achieved in these events are not
official.
…..
Amended version:
There shall be four swimmers on each relay team. Mixed relays may be swum. Mixed Relays
must consist of two (2) Men and two (2) Women. Split times achieved in these events cannot
be used for records and/or entry purposes.
SW 10.13 NZL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
The members of a relay team and their order of competing must be nominated before the race. Any
relay team member may compete in a race only once. The composition of a relay team may be
changed between the heats and finals of an event, provided that it is made up from the list of
swimmers properly entered by a Member for that event. Failure to swim in the order listed will result
in disqualification. Substitutions may be made only in the case of a documented medical
emergency.
SW 10.8 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
To move and renumber as SW 10.16
No swimmer shall be permitted to use or wear any device or swimsuit that may aid his/her speed,
buoyancy or endurance during a competition (such as webbed gloves, flippers, fins, etc.). Goggles
may be worn. Any kind of tape on the body is not permitted unless approved by FINA Sport
Medicine Committee.
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SW 10.9 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Any swimmer not entered in a race, who enters the water in which an event is being conducted
before all swimmers therein have completed the race, shall be disqualified from his next scheduled
race in the meet.
SW 10.8 Any swimmer not participating in a race, who enters the water whilst a race is in
progress and before all the swimmers in that race have finished shall be disqualified from
his/her next scheduled race in the meet.
Renumber as SW 10.8
SW 10.11 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
In relay events, the team of a swimmer whose feet lose touch with the starting platform before the
preceding team-mate touches the wall shall be disqualified.
SW 10.11 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
In relay events, the team of a swimmer whose feet lose touch with the starting platform before the
preceding team-mate touches the wall shall be disqualified.
SW 10.10 A relay team shall be disqualified from a race if a team member’s feet lose contact
with the starting platform before the preceding team member touches the wall.
SW 10.12 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
SW 10.11 AnyA relay team shall be disqualified from a race if a team member, other than the
swimmer designated to swim that length, enters the water when the race is being conducted whilst
the race is in progress and before all swimmers of all teams have finished the race.
Renumber thereafter
SW 10.14 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
Any swimmer having finished his race, or his distance in a relay event, must leave the pool as soon
as possible without obstructing any other swimmer who has not yet finished his race. Otherwise
the swimmer committing the fault, or his relay team, shall be disqualified.
SW 10.13 Each swimmer having finished his/her distance in a relay event, other than the
last swimmer, must leave the pool as soon as possible without obstructing any other
swimmer. If an obstruction occurs then the relay team of the offending swimmer shall be
disqualified.
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SW 10.15 ZIM Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
SW 10.14 Should a foul endanger the chance of success of a swimmer, the referee shall have the
power to allow him/her to compete in the next heat or, should the foul occur in a final event or in the
last heat, he/she the referee may order it to be re-swum.
Renumber thereafter
SW 12 WORLD RECORDS
SW 12.1 DEN Fed. Bureau & TSC
recommend
For World Records in 50 metre courses, the following distances and styles for both sexes shall be
recognised:
Freestyle 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 metres
Backstroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Breaststroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Butterfly 50, 100 and 200 metres
Individual Medley 200 and 400 metres
Freestyle Relays 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 metres
Medley Relay 4 x 100 metres
Mixed Relays 4 x 100 metres Freestyle and 4 x 100 metres Medley
SW 12.2 BEL Fed. Bureau & TSC do
not recommend
For World Records in 25 metre courses, the following distances
and styles for both sexes shall be recognised:
Freestyle 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 metres
Backstroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Breaststroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Butterfly 50, 100 and 200 metres
Individual Medley 100, 200 and 400 metres
Freestyle Relays 4 x 50, 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 metres
Medley Relay 4 x 50 and 4 x 100 metres
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SW 12.2 DEN Fed. Bureau & TSC
recommend
For World Records in 25 metre courses, the following distances
and styles for both sexes shall be recognised:
Freestyle 50, 100, 200, 400, 800 and 1500 metres
Backstroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Breaststroke 50, 100 and 200 metres
Butterfly 50, 100 and 200 metres
Individual Medley 100, 200 and 400 metres
Freestyle Relays 4 x 50, 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 metres
Medley Relay 4 x 50 and 4 x 100 metres
Mixed Relays 4 x 50 metres Freestyle and 4 x 50 metres Medley
SW 12.7 TSC Bureau
recommends
If the procedure of SW 12.10 12.12 has not been followed, the Member in the country of a swimmer
can apply for a World Record in default thereof. After due investigation, the Honorary Secretary of
FINA is authorised to accept such record if the claim is found to be correct.
SW 12.10 TSC Bureau
recommends
The first swimmer in a relay, except in mixed relays, may apply for a World Record. Should the
first swimmer in a relay team complete his distance in record time in accordance with the provisions
of this subsection, his performance shall not be nullified by any subsequent disqualification of his
relay team for violations occurring after his distance has been completed.
WORLD RECORD APPLICATION FORM
DEMANDE D'HOMOLOGATION DE RECORD DU MONDE
1. Stroke (freestyle, backstroke, butterfly, breaststroke or individual medley)
Style (Nage libre, dos, papillon, brasse ou quatre nages). ________________________________________________
2. Length of event / Distance de l'épreuve. _______________________________________________
3. Length of course (circle one) / Longueur du bassin (indiquez-en une). 25 metre 50 metre
4. Name and country of swimmer __________________________________________________________
Nom et nation du nageur.
5. Relay team names in order of competing. 1 _________________________________________________________
Noms des relayeurs dans l’ordre du relais 2 _________________________________________________________
3 _________________________________________________________
4 _________________________________________________________
6. Local time and date of race / Heure et date de l'épreuve _______________________________________________
7. Time / Temps. ________________________________________________
8. Manufacturer of Electronic Equipment.
Fabricant de l'équipement électronique ________________________________________________
9. Name of the competition / Nom de la compétition ________________________________________________
10. City at which the race took place and name of pool ________________________________________________
Ville où l'épreuve a eu lieu et nom de la piscine.
11. Name of the Federation approving this application. ________________________________________________
Nom de la fédération qui approuve cette demande.
12. Was the course measured by a qualified person in accordance with SW 12.5.1 and SW 12.5.2 (Print name)
Le bassin a-t-il été mesuré par une personne qualifiée en accord avec les règles FINA SW 12.5.1 et SW 12.5.2 (Nom)
________________________________________________________________________________________________
13. Was the water still? / L'eau du bassin était-elle calme? ________________________________________________
14. Please indicate type of swimming pool water: Fresh Sea Water _ Ocean Water ________
Veuillez indiquer le type d'eau du bassin: Douce Eau de mer Eau d'océan
14. Was the race in an indoor or outdoor pool?
L'épreuve a-t-elle eu lieu dans une piscine couverte ou en plein air? ________________________________________
15 Please indicate the following relating to the swimsuit worn by the swimmer(s):
Veuillez indiquer l’information suivante pour le maillot de bain (s) porté par le nageur(s)/nageuse(s) Manufacturer / Fabricant ________________________________________________________________________
Model / Modèle ________________________________________________________________
FINA reference Number / Numéro de référence de la FINA______________________________________________
16. Has the swimmer submitted to Doping Control within twenty-four hours after the race?______________________
Le nageur/nageuse a-t-il subi un contrôle de dopage dans les vingt-quatre heures suivant la course?
Where did the doping control take place? ___________________________________________________
Où le contrôle de dopage a eu lieu ?
Who supervised the Doping Control? (Print name) ___________________________________________________
Qui a conduit le contrôle de dopage? (Ecrire le nom)
17. In my opinion all FINA Rules have been met / A mon avis, toutes les règles de la FINA ont été respectées.
Name of referee:______________________________ ________________________________________
Nom de l'arbitre: Signature of referee (Signature de l'arbitre)
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NOTE:
- World Record can be established only in fresh water (SW 12.9) / Le Record du Monde peut être établi dans l'eau douce
uniquement en accord avec la Règle FINA SW 12.9
- All applications must be sent to the FINA Honorary Secretary in accordance with FINA Rule SW 12. / Les demandes
d'homologation doivent être adressées au Secrétaire Général de la FINA en accord avec la Règle FINA SW 12.
- In order to have this application approved, a negative doping test certification must be attached (SW 12.12 and DC 5.3.2.) /
Afin de pouvoir approuver cette demande, un certificat de contrôle de dopage négatif doit y être joint (SW 12.12 et DC 5.3.2).
Enforced from July 2013

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