Asia Swimming Federation

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The Asia Swimming Federation (AASF)[1] overseas international aquatics competition in Asia, and is affiliated to the Olympic Council of Asia[2] and to FINA.

The AASF was founded in 1978 in Bangkok;[1] and currently has its administrative headquarters in Muscat, Oman.

As of August 2009, the AASF President is Sheikh Khalid Mohammed Al Badr Al Sabah of Kuwait.[2]

Members[edit]

Asian FINA Members (43)[3]
 Afghanistan  Bangladesh  Brunei  Bhutan  Cambodia  China
 Hong Kong  India  Indonesia  Iran  Iraq  Japan
 Jordan  Kazakhstan  Kuwait  Kyrgyzstan  Laos  Lebanon
 Macau  Malaysia  Maldives  Mongolia  Myanmar    Nepal
 North Korea  Oman  Pakistan  Palestine  Philippines  Qatar
 Saudi Arabia  Singapore  South Korea  Sri Lanka  Syria  Chinese Taipei (Taiwan)
 Tajikistan  Thailand  Turkmenistan  United Arab Emirates  Uzbekistan  Vietnam
 Yemen  Bahrain      


Competitions[edit]

Year Championship Host City Dates
2001 1 Hong Kong, China 24–26 August
2002 2 Zhuhai, China August
2003 3 Macau, China 24–30 August
2005 4 Bangkok, Thailand 19–25 August
2007 5 Jakarta, Indonesia 5–11 August
2009 6 Narashino, Japan 11–13 August
2011 7 Palembang, Indonesia 1–13 October
2015 8 Bangkok, Thailand 1–7 October
2017 9 Tashkent, Uzbekistan 9–16 September
  • Diving: Asian Diving Cup
Year Championship Host City Dates
1
2
3
2011 4
2013 5
2015 6 Malaysia
2017 7 Macau 15 - 18 June
Year Championship Host City Dates
1
2
2009 3 Hong Kong, China
2010 4 Oman
2012 5 Hong Kong, China
2013 6 Kazakhstan
2017 7 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 19–21 May
  • Asian Schools Championships
Year Championship Host City Dates
2001 1 Singapore, Singapore
2006 2 Hong Kong, China 25 July – 1 August
2008 3 Shah Alam, Malaysia July
2013 4 Macau, China 2–5 November
2016 5 Palembang, Indonesia 21–28 May

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "AASF". 
  2. ^ a b A listing of the sport federations aligned to the Olympic Council of Asia can be found on the OCA's website here
  3. ^ FINA's listing of National Federations. Retrieved 2008-10-18.

Official Web[edit]