European Antitrust Challenge Threatens Survival Of FINA As Sole Swim Governor

Michael Phelps - who took the plunge for clean sport and unlocked the door marked "Time for Athletes To Be Heard" - by Patrick B. Kraemer

The FINA rule that protects the international swimming federation from outside challenge by rival associations wishing to organise international swimming competitions and set up their own associations and affiliations is under threat of being ruled unattainable under European Commission antitrust laws. Ruling could free the way to open challenge to run swimming events and mount a challenge to organising world swimming

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The FINA rule that protects the international swimming federation from outside challenge by rival associations wishing to organise international swimming competitions and set up their own associations and affiliations is under threat of being ruled unattainable under European Commission antitrust laws. Ruling could free the way to open challenge to run swimming events and mount a challenge to organising world swimming

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