2022 Annual Report 

Superb editions of the 19th FINA World Championships and 16th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) held in Budapest (HUN) and Melbourne (AUS) highlighted a much-welcomed action-packed global aquatics events calendar following two years of disruptions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.In addition to these stellar championships, we are delighted to showcase the successful launch of the new World Aquatics brand, symbolizing a fresh chapter in our organization's journey. Furthermore, the past year witnessed significant advancements on the governance front with the establishment of the Aquatics Integrity Unit (AQIU), reinforcing our commitment to maintaining the highest standards of integrity and fairness in all facets of aquatics.

2021 Annual Report 

The easing of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in 2021 enabled the return to a more normal calendar of events, as evidenced with the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) and the Tokyo Olympic Games taking place following their postponement in 2020. Away from the water, 2021 marked a year of far-reaching reform that was begun by FINA’s new president, Captain Husain Al-Musallam. To read more about the memorable return to sports and the governance of the global aquatics movement entering a new era, check out the FINA 2021 Annual Report.

2020 Annual Report 

The rapid spread of COVID-19 brought everyday life to an abrupt halt in early 2020, reminding us that nothing is more important than our health. With the health and safety of athletes, staff and fans the single most important consideration, aquatics events and competitions were halted around the world as health and social distancing measures came into effect. As aquatics’ global governing body, FINA took immediate action. Read more about this in FINA’s 2020 Annual Report. 

2019 Annual Report 

Highlighted by a hugely successful 18th FINA World Championships and the brand-new elite FINA Champions Swim Series, 2019 was a year that generated a wave of enthusiasm and interest in aquatics sport. To find out more about the events – and how FINA’s new digital strategy helped propel us to become the year’s most-improved Olympic International Federation on digital channels and social media – read our 2019 Annual Report.