FINA Responds To Criticism By Upping Kazan Titles Prizes; $30,000 For World Record

FINA has responded to criticism that it pays blazers more than athletes by ramping up its prize money for the World Championships in August; move comes at a time when athletes are organising the creation of a Professional Swimmers’ Association; total pot at $ 5.5 million and world record worth $30,000 to the breaker; shift a drop in the ocean of what could be

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FINA has responded to criticism that it pays blazers more than athletes by ramping up its prize money for the World Championships in August; move comes at a time when athletes are organising the creation of a Professional Swimmers’ Association; total pot at $ 5.5 million and world record worth $30,000 to the breaker; shift a drop in the ocean of what could be

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peter

A revolution is needed. Doesn’t swimming have someone from Trinidad pulling the strings?

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