Recently the FINA 2019 Gwangju FINA World Swimming Championships organization had training for monitoring and identifying doping in sports in cooperation with the Korea Anti-Doping Commission (KADA)
This is to ensure that the contest is held in an honest manner and to create and equal playing field for all athletes. From November they will also be recruiting staff for positions within the organization.
The 2019 Gwangju World Aquatics Championship will take place from July 12th to 28th and Masters Competition will be held from August 5th to 18th in participation of some 15,000 swimmers and officials from 200 countries.
For our Korean readers if you wish to brush up on your aquatics terminology you can also check out https://www.facebook.com/fina.gwangju2019/?ref=br_rs as they have started updating all about the different sports codes and some terminology that might come in handy when watching aquatics in the future.