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2016 Summer Olympics (FINA–Aquatics)Edit

2016 FINA 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup & World EventsEdit

2016 FINA Open Water Swimming Grand PrixEdit

DivingEdit

2016 FINA Diving World SeriesEdit

  • March 11–13: DWS #1 in   Beijing[17][18]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Cao Yuan
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   Shi Tingmao
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Chen Aisen
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Si Yajie
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Cao Yuan, Qin Kai)
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (He Zi, Wang Han)
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Lin Yue, Chen Aisen)
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Liu Huixia, Si Yajie)
    • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Wang Han, Yang Hao)
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (TAI Xiaohu, CHANG Yani)
  • March 17–19: DWS #2 in   Dubai[19][20]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Cao Yuan
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   Shi Tingmao
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Yang Hao
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Liu Huixia
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Cao Yuan, Qin Kai)
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (He Zi, Wang Han)
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Lin Yue, Chen Aisen)
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Liu Huixia, Si Yajie)
    • Mixed Sychronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Wang Han, Yang Hao)
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (TAI Xiaohu, CHANG Yani)
  • April 15–17: DWS #3 in   Windsor, Ontario[21][22]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Cao Yuan
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   He Zi
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Chen Aisen
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Ren Qian
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Qin Kai, Cao Yuan)
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (He Zi, Wang Han)
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Lin Yue, Chen Aisen)
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Chen Ruolin, Liu Huixia)
    • Mixed Sychronized 3m Springboard winners:   Canada (Jennifer Abel, François Imbeau-Dulac)
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (TAI Xiaohu, CHANG Yani)
  • April 22–24: DWS #4 (final) in   Kazan[23][24]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Cao Yuan
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   He Zi
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Chen Aisen
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Ren Qian
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Russia (Ilya Zakharov, Evgeny Kuznetsov)
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (He Zi, Wang Han)
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Lin Yue, Chen Aisen)
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (Chen Ruolin, Liu Huixia)
    • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   China (Wang Han, Yang Hao)
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   China (TAI Xiaohu, CHANG Yani)

2016 FINA Diving Grand PrixEdit

  • January 15–17: DGP #1 in   Madrid[25]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Constantin Blaha
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   XU Zhihuan
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Yang Hao
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   XIA Bingqing
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Zhao Dong / Li Jiawei
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   XU Zhihuan / Wang Han
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   JIE Lianjun / Yang Hao
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   XIA Bingqing / XIA Yujie
  • January 29–31: DGP #2 in   Rostock[26]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Patrick Hausding
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   HE Xiaojie
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Yang Jian
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   DING Yaying
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Philippe Gagné / François Imbeau-Dulac
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   CHEN Jiayu / HE Xiaojie
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   XU Zewei / TAI Xiaohu
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   DING Yaying / SUO Miya
  • March 31 – April 3: DGP #3 in   San Juan, Puerto Rico[27]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Matthieu Rosset
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   WU Chunting
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   LIAN Junjie
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Samantha Bromberg
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   PENG Jianfeng / SUN Zhiyi
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   WU Chunting / XU Zhihuan
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   HUANG Bowen / XU Zewei
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   SUO Miya / LI Jinming
    • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   HUANG Bowen / WU Chunting
  • April 7–10: DGP #4 in   Gatineau[28]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Matthieu Rosset
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   WU Chunting
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Vincent Riendeau
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Roseline Filion
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Philippe Gagné / François Imbeau-Dulac
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   WU Chunting / XU Zhihuan
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   XU Zewei / HUANG Bowen
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   Meaghan Benfeito / Roseline Filion
    • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   WU Chunting / HUANG Bowen
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   SUO Miya / LIAN Junjie
  • July 15–17: DGP #5 in   Bolzano[29]
  • October 21–23: DGP #6 in   Kuching[30]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   Xie Siyi
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   Ng Yan Yee
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Yang Hao
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   LIAN Jie
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Xie Siyi / HUANG Bowen
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   XU Zhihuan / Wang Han
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   Yang Hao / XU Zewei
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   XIA Bingqing / XIA Yujie
  • October 27–30: DGP #7 in   Gold Coast, Queensland[31]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   PENG Jianfeng
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   Georgia Sheehan
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Yang Jian
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   LIAN Jie
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Xie Siyi / HUANG Bowen
    • Women's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   XU Zhihuan / Wang Han
    • Men's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   Yang Hao / XU Zewei (default)
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   XIA Bingqing / XIA Yujie
  • November 4–6: DGP #8 (final) in   Singapore[32]
    • Men's 3m Springboard winner:   CHEN Linhai
    • Women's 3m Springboard winner:   Hazuki Miyamoto
    • Men's 10m Platform winner:   Nishida Reo
    • Women's 10m Platform winner:   Nana Sasaki
    • Men's Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   CHEN Linhai / LI Linwei
    • Women's Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   Matsuri Arai / Nana Sasaki
    • Mixed Synchronized 3m Springboard winners:   Hazuki Miyamoto / Nishida Reo
    • Mixed Synchronized 10m Platform winners:   Yevhen Naumenko / Valeriia Liulko (default)

2016 Red Bull Cliff Diving World SeriesEdit

Other diving eventsEdit

  • February 27–29: 2016 FINA High Diving World Cup in   Abu Dhabi[33]
  • June 28 – July 3: 2016 European Junior Diving Championships in   Rijeka[34]
    • Boys' Platform winner:   Matthew Dixon
    • Boys' Synchro winners:   Lou Massenberg / Patrick Kreisel
    • Boys' 1 m winner:   Francesco Porco
    • Boys' 3 m winner:   Patrick Kreisel
    • Girls' Platform winner:   Christina Wassen
    • Girls' Synchro winners:   Madeline Coquoz / Michelle Heimberg
    • Girls' 1 m winner:   Kaja Skrzek
    • Girls' 3 m winner:   Kaja Skrzek
  • November 28 – December 4: 2016 FINA World Junior Diving Championships in   Kazan[35]
    •   China won both the gold and overall medal tallies.[36]

SwimmingEdit

2016 FINA Swimming World CupEdit

Synchronised swimmingEdit

  • June 22–26: 2016 European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships in   Rijeka[48]
    • Solo winner:   Veronika Kalinina
    • Duet winners:   Russia (Daria Kulagina, Veronika Kalinina)
    • Figures winner:   Varvara Subbotina
    • Team winners:   Russia
    • Combination winners:   Russia
  • July 9–13: 2016 FINA World Junior Synchronized Swimming Championships in   Kazan[49]
    • Solo winner:   Varvara Subbotina
    • Duet winners:   Russia (Veronika Kalinina, Daria Kulagina, Varvara Subbotina)
    • Team winners:   Russia
    • Combination winners:   Russia

LEN aquatic eventsEdit

CanoeingEdit

  • February 12 – September 11: 2016 ICF Events Calendar[54]

2016 Summer Olympics (ICF)Edit

Canoe sprint (flatwater)Edit

  • February 12 – July 31: 2016 ICF Events Calendar for Canoe Sprint[54]

Continental and world canoe sprint championshipsEdit

2016 Canoe Sprint World CupEdit

Whitewater slalom (canoe)Edit

  • February 19 – September 11: 2016 ICF Events Calendar for Canoe Slalom[54]

Continental and world whitewater slalom championshipsEdit

2016 Canoe Slalom World CupEdit

Other canoeing eventsEdit

  • May 17–19: 2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships in   Duisburg[55]
  • June 1–5: 2016 ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Championships in   Banja Luka[73]
    • Men's C1 sprint winner:   Ondrej Rolenc
    • Men's C1 sprint team winners:   Czech Republic (Ondrej Rolenc, Antonin Hales, Vladimir Slanina)
    • Men's C2 sprint winners:   France (Quentin Dazeur, Stephane Santamaria)
    • Men's C2 sprint team winners:   France (T. Debray & L. Lapointe, Q. Dazeur & S. Santamaria, A. Leduc & L. Zouggari)
    • Men's K1 sprint winner:   Maxime Richard
    • Men's K1 sprint team winners:   Slovenia (Nejc Znidarcic, Anze Urankar, Vid Debeljak)
    • Women's C1 sprint winner:   Martina Satkova
    • Women's C2 sprint winners:   Slovakia (Barobora Kortisova, Katarina Kopunova)
    • Women's K1 sprint winner:   Hannah Brown
    • Women's K1 sprint team winners:   France (Claire Bren, Manon Hostens, Phenicia Dupras)
  • August 29 – September 4: 2016 ICF Canoe Polo World Championships in   Syracuse, Sicily[74][75]
    • Men:   Italy defeated   France, 6–5 in overtime, to win their first ICF Canoe Polo World Championships title.
      •   Spain took the bronze medal.
    • Women:   New Zealand defeated   Germany, 3–2, to win their first ICF Women's Canoe Polo World Championships title.
      •   France took the bronze medal.
    • Men U21:   Great Britain defeated   Germany, 5–4 in overtime, to win their first ICF Men's U21 Canoe Polo World Championships title.
      •   Italy took the bronze medal.
    • Women's U21:   Germany defeated   Poland, 2–1 in overtime, to win their third consecutive ICF Women's U21 Canoe Polo World Championships title.
  • September 8–11: 2016 ICF Dragon Boat World Championships in   Moscow[76]
    •   Russia won both the gold and overall medal tallies.[77]
  • September 16–18: 2016 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in   Brandenburg an der Havel[78]
    • Men's C1 26.2 km:   Márton Kover
    • Men's C2 26.2 km:   Hungary (Márton Kover, Ádám Docze)
    • Men's K1 29.8 km:   Hank McGregor
    • Men's K2 29.8 km:   South Africa (Hank McGregor, Jasper Mocke)
    • Men's U23 C1 22.6 km:   Bence Balázs Dori
    • Men's U23 K1 26.2 km:   Ádám Petro
    • Women's C1 19 km:   Zsanett Lakatos
    • Women's K1 26.2 km:   Renáta Csay
    • Women's K2 26.2 km:   Hungary (Renáta Csay, Alexandra Bara)
    • Women's U23 K1 22.6 km:   Vanda Kiszli

RowingEdit

  • January 16 – November 13: 2016 FISA Events Calendar[79]

2016 Summer Olympics (FISA)Edit

International rowing championshipsEdit

2016 World Rowing CupEdit

SailingEdit

2016 Summer Olympics (ISAF)Edit

World sailing championshipsEdit

2016 ISAF Sailing World CupEdit

Water poloEdit

  • September 4, 2015 – December 11, 2016: FINA General Events Calendar[118]

2016 Summer Olympics (FINA–WP)Edit

World water polo championshipsEdit

FINA Water Polo World LeagueEdit

LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation)Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Aquece Rio Diving 2016 Page
  2. ^ 2016 FINA Diving World Cup Results Page
  3. ^ Aquece Rio Synchronized Swimming 2016 Page
  4. ^ OMEGA's Aquece Rio Synchronized Swimming 2016 Results Page
  5. ^ CBDA's Aquece Rio Swimming 2016 Page
  6. ^ FINA's 2016 Marathon Swimming Olympic Games Qualification Tournament Page
  7. ^ FINA's 2016 Patagones-Viedma 10km MS World Cup #1 Page
  8. ^ FINA's 2016 Abu Dhabi 10km MS World Cup #2 Page
  9. ^ FINA's 2016 Balatonfüred 10km MS World Cup #3 Page
  10. ^ FINA's 2016 Lac Saint-Jean 10km MS World Cup #4 Page
  11. ^ FINA's 2016 Lake Mégantic 10km MS World Cup #5 Page
  12. ^ FINA's 2016 Chun'an 10km MS World Cup #6 Page
  13. ^ FINA's 2016 Hong Kong 10km MS World Cup #7 Page
  14. ^ FINA's Lac Saint-Jean 2016 Grand Prix #1 Page
  15. ^ FINA's Lake Ohrid 2016 Grand Prix #2 Page
  16. ^ FINA's Capri-Napoli 2016 Grand Prix #3 Page
  17. ^ FINA's Beijing 2016 DWS #1 Page
  18. ^ Omega's Beijing 2016 DWS #1 Results Page
  19. ^ FINA's Dubai 2016 DWS #2 Page
  20. ^ Omega's Dubai 2016 DWS #2 Results Page
  21. ^ FINA's Windsor 2016 DWS #3 Page
  22. ^ Omega's Windsor 2016 DWS #3 Results Page
  23. ^ FINA's Kazan 2016 DWS #4 Page
  24. ^ Omega's Kazan 2016 DWS #4 Results Page
  25. ^ FINA's Madrid DGP #1 Page
  26. ^ FINA's Rostock DGP #2 Page
  27. ^ FINA's San Juan DGP #3 Page
  28. ^ FINA's Gatineau DGP #4 Page
  29. ^ FINA's Bolzano DGP #5 Page
  30. ^ FINA's Kuching DGP #6 Page
  31. ^ FINA's Gold Coast DGP #7 Page
  32. ^ FINA's Singapore DGP #8 Page
  33. ^ 2016 FINA High Diving World Cup Page
  34. ^ LEN's 2016 European Junior Diving Championships Page
  35. ^ FINA's 2016 World Junior Diving Championships Page
  36. ^ Junior Diving Worlds 2016: China finished atop, chased by Russia
  37. ^ 2016 European Junior Swimming Championships Website
  38. ^ 2016 FINA World Swimming Championships (25 m) Website
  39. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #1 Page
  40. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #2 Page
  41. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #3 Page
  42. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #4 Page
  43. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #5 Page
  44. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #6 Page
  45. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #7 Page
  46. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #8 Page
  47. ^ 2016 FINA Swimming World Cup #9 Page
  48. ^ LEN's 2016 European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championships Page
  49. ^ FINA's 2016 World Junior Synchronized Swimming Championships Page
  50. ^ 2016 European Aquatics Championships Website
  51. ^ LEN's 2016 European Open Water Swimming Championships Page
  52. ^ LEN's 2016 European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships Page
  53. ^ LEN's 2016 European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships News and Results Page
  54. ^ a b c 2016 ICF Canoeing Calendar
  55. ^ a b 2016 ICF Paracanoe World Championships and European Canoe Sprint Olympic Qualifier Results Page
  56. ^ South Africa and Tunisia dominate final day of African Sprint Champs
  57. ^ 2016 Lake Lenier Pan Am Championships Website
  58. ^ 2016 Canoe Sprint European Championships Website
  59. ^ ICF's 2016 Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships Page
  60. ^ ICF's Canoe Sprint World Cup #1 Page
  61. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Sprint World Cup #1 Results Page
  62. ^ ICF's Canoe Sprint World Cup #2 Page
  63. ^ ICF's Canoe Sprint World Cup #3 Page
  64. ^ ICF's 2016 Oceania Canoe Slalom Championships Results Page
  65. ^ 2016 Asian Canoe Slalom Championships Website
  66. ^ 2016 European Canoe Slalom Championships Website
  67. ^ 2016 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom World Championships Page
  68. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup #1 Page
  69. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup #2 Page
  70. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup #3 Page
  71. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup #4 Page
  72. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup #5 Page
  73. ^ 2016 ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Championships Website
  74. ^ ICF's 2016 Canoe Polo World Championships Page
  75. ^ 2016 ICF Canoe Polo World Championships Website
  76. ^ ICF's 2016 Dragon Boat World Championships Page
  77. ^ Russia celebrates the fantastic overall results
  78. ^ 2016 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships Website
  79. ^ FISA's Events Calendar
  80. ^ 2016 FISA European Rowing Indoor Championships Website
  81. ^ 2016 FISA Americas Olympic Qualification Regatta Page
  82. ^ IMAS' 2016 FISA Americas Olympic Qualification Regatta Results Page
  83. ^ FISA's 2016 South American Rowing Championship Page
  84. ^ IMAS' 2016 South American Rowing Championship Results Page
  85. ^ FISA's 2016 Paralympic Qualification Regatta Page
  86. ^ 2016 FISA Final Paralympic Qualification Results Page
  87. ^ 2016 FISA Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta Page
  88. ^ 2016 FISA Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta Final Results
  89. ^ FISA's 2016 European Rowing Championships Page
  90. ^ 2016 FISA European and Final Olympic Qualification Regatta Page
  91. ^ FISA's 2016 European Rowing Junior Championships Page
  92. ^ FISA's 2016 World Rowing Championships Page
  93. ^ FISA's World Rowing Junior Championships 2016 Page
  94. ^ FISA's 2016 World Rowing U23 Championships Page
  95. ^ 2016 World University Rowing Championships Website
  96. ^ FISA's 2016 World Rowing Masters Regatta Page
  97. ^ FISA's 2016 World Rowing Coastal Championships Page
  98. ^ World Rowing's WRC #1 Page
  99. ^ World Rowing's WRC #2 Page
  100. ^ World Rowing's WRC #3 Page
  101. ^ ISAF's 2016 Youth Match Racing World Championships Page
  102. ^ Dargaville takes the 2016 Youth Match Racing World title
  103. ^ ISAF's 2016 Women's Match Racing World Championship Page
  104. ^ 2016 ISAF Women's Match Racing World Championship Results
  105. ^ 2016 FISU World University Sailing Championship Website
  106. ^ Host Australia takes Double Victory at 8th WUC Sailing
  107. ^ World Sailing hand Youth Championships to Auckland after Oman's withdrawal
  108. ^ ISAF's 2016 Youth Sailing World Championships Page
  109. ^ Oman withdraw as Youth Sailing World Championships hosts amid discrimination rules
  110. ^ ISAF's Melbourne 2015 SWC #1 Page
  111. ^ ISAF's Miami 2016 SWC #2 Page
  112. ^ ISAF's Hyères 2016 SWC #3 Page
  113. ^ ISAF's Weymouth and Portland 2016 SWC #4 Page
  114. ^ ISAF's Qingdao 2016 SWC #5 Page
  115. ^ Melbourne announced as replacement 2016 Sailing World Cup Final host
  116. ^ Sailing World Cup Final | Melbourne 2016 Results Page
  117. ^ Abu Dhabi withdraws as hosts of 2016 Sailing World Cup Final
  118. ^ FINA General Events Calendar
  119. ^ 2016 FINA Men's Youth Water Polo World Championships Website
  120. ^ FINA's 2016 World Women's Youth Water Polo Championships Page
  121. ^ 2016 FINA Men's Water Polo World League Superfinal Page
  122. ^ 2016 FINA Women's Water Polo World League Superfinal Page
  123. ^ Women's LEN Trophy Final Four Website
  124. ^ Women's LEN Euro League Final Four Website
  125. ^ a b 2016 European Under 19 Water Polo Championships Website
  126. ^ 2016 Men's European Under 19 Water Polo Championships Final Results