Japan Swimming Federation

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The Japan Swimming Federation (日本水泳連盟 Nihon Suiei Renmei?, JASF), is the national federation for Aquatics in Japan. It oversees Japan's Swimming, Diving, Water Polo and Synchronized Swimming competitive programs. It was founded on October 31, 1924.[1] It is affiliated to FINA, the Asia Swimming Federation, the Japanese Olympic Committee and the Japan Amateur Sports Association.


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  1. ^ (Japanese) 連盟情報 (trans: Federation information) page of the JASF website; retrieved 2014-02-27.