FINA


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FINAFédération Internationale de Natation (French: International Swimming Federation; Lausanne, Switzerland; formerly Fédération Internationale de Natation Amateur)
FINAFederation of Independent Nursing Agencies (UK)
FINAFood Intolerance Network of Australia
FINAFederation of International Netball Association (Zimbabwe)
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Water quality at Odaiba Marine Park, which will also host the swimming leg of the Olympic triathlon, had previously been a concern after worries it would not meet Fina's health standards.
"FINA deeply regrets the situation and sends its best wishes to any victims of this accident," it added.
"The blame has to go to FINA and its leadership - they've put the athletes in this position and not for the first time," Koehler told PA.
The controversial case then sparks a dispute between the two mothers - Fina believes her daughter is with Juris, who, in turn, defends herself against the accusation in order to keep the child she has raised and come to love.
Peaty does not want the issue to be a distraction leading into the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and called for FINA to now listen to swimmers' concerns.
Fina Biosolutions markets CRM197 under the tradename EcoCRM, for E.
Fina's credit profile has been stable despite its asset quality being susceptible to economic cycles.
Muscat: The newly-elected board members of the world swimming governing body, FINA, held their first meeting, with Oman Swimming Association (OSA) chief Taha Al Kishry in attendance, in the Hungarian capital of Budapest.
Fina Recognition has offered companies recognition, rewards, and incentive programmes.
The Abu Dhabi leg is brought to the UAE by Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC), which has partnered FINA, the world governing body for aquatic sport, and the UAE Swimming Federation.