‘Will it hang around Sunwoo Hwang’s neck’… Fukuoka World Aquatics Championships medals revealed

The medals for the World Aquatics’ Fukuoka World Championships, which kick off in July, have been unveiled.

The front of the medals, which were unveiled by the World Aquatics Federation on Monday (Nov. 26), features a wave pattern that reflects the event’s slogan, “Water meets the future.

The Games will run from July 14-30 with 75 gold medals up for grabs in six events: management and artistic swimming, open water, diving, high diving, and water polo.

South Korean swimming sensation Hwang Sun-woo (Gangwon Province) won a silver medal in the 200-meter freestyle at last year’s World Championships in Budapest.

In Fukuoka, he will try to win a second consecutive medal.

Meanwhile, the World Swimming Federation announced on Sunday that it plans to move its headquarters from Lausanne, Switzerland, to Budapest, Hungary.토토사이트

FINA President Hussein Al-Musallam met with Hungarian Prime Minister Orban Viktor to sign an agreement on the move.

Budapest, Hungary, which hosted the 2017 and 2022 World Championships and will host the 2027 World Aquatics Championships, has become a true city of swimming with the addition of the headquarters of the world’s governing body for swimming.

The organization was founded in 1908 in London, England, and moved to Lausanne, Switzerland, in 1986.

Until last year, the organization used the French acronym FINA, which stands for Federation Internationale de Natation, as its name, but this year it changed its name to World Aquatics.