The 11th ISF Swim Cup World Schools Championship was held in an amazing new swimming complex (2013) of Poznan, Poland with all new infrastructures. Poznan has been known since the 40th European Championship Junior Swimming was organized in 2013.
This great championship was led by Marcin Czajko (official organizer) and Fernando Delgado (President of the Technical Commission of swimming).
We lived three days of intense competitions with highlights of friendships and rivalries. The ISF young athletes and their Head of Delegation came with the purpose to win as many medals as possible. Hungary stood out and is the big winner with 25 medals (including 13 gold medals). Germany won the second position with 11 medals and Chinese Taipei, often on Swim-Cup podium, won 16 medals but ranks in 3rd position, as they have less Gold medals than Germany.
See the Medals Ranking here.
The French Olympic Champion Amaury Leveaux attended the World Schools Championship. He advised, supported and rewarded various champions. “It was a great championships and quite good time results, it reminded me of memories.”
See you in 2017 at our next ISF World Schools Championship in the country of the 2015 winner: Budapest, Hungary.
For more information, please click on the Official Magazine made by the Organizing Committee summarizing the content of each day: