6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships
Aug. 23 - 28
USA Swimming and the city of Indianapolis are excited to host the 6th FINA World Junior Swimming Championships.
USA Swimming welcomes the next generation of top athletes from over 176 countries to Indianapolis, a city with a long standing history of hosting elite competitions such as the 2004 FINA World Swimming Championships (25m).
Over 6 days in August 2017, approximately 800 athletes will compete for 46 medals in a newly renovated world class pool with over 21,000 spectators cheering them on. USA Swimming plans to run a technically flawless competition, provide visitors with world-class hospitality and expose the local community to a dynamic international swimming competition.
Goals for the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships 2017:
1. To run a technically flawless competition and give every participant an equal chance to become a FINA Junior World Champion;
2. To provide all participants, spectators, and officials with an entertaining and logistically-convenient world-class competition;
3. To promote the sport of swimming and expose the local community to a world-class international competition; and,
4. To be a great partner for FINA and provide a lasting legacy of a fantastic FINA championship.