SwimVortex Investigation: The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is set to adjudicate in a row at the heart of the FINA leadership that started with what members of the European swimming league (LEN) say was an attack on the right of their continent to chose its own leadership without interference from the United States, Kuwait and elsewhere. The matter cuts to the heart of the debate over the much-criticised state of governance at the international federation. In Paolo Barelli Vs FINA, we considered the Italian Hon. Secretary’s case against Dale Neuburger of the USA. Here, in part 2, we consider his case against Husain Al Musallam, FINA First Vice-President, a seat away from the leadership of the international federation – and from Kuewait, a nation that is currently suspended from the IOC and FINA.
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