African Swimming Championships

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African Swimming Championships are the African championships in the sport of Swimming. It is organised by the African Swimming Confederation (CANA) and held biennially.

The most recent edition of the Championships was held in September 2018 in Algiers, Algeria.

Championships[edit]

2014 not held in Dakar, Senegal.[1]

Number Year Host City Host Country Dates Nations Swimmers Events
1 1974 Cairo  Egypt 7 71
2 1977 Tunis  Tunisia 6 74
3 1982 Cairo  Egypt 7 84
4 1990 Tunis  Tunisia 8 96
5 1998 Nairobi  Kenya 8 72
6 2002 Cairo  Egypt 12 131
7 2004 Casablanca  Morocco 1–7 May 16 114
8 2006 Dakar  Senegal 11–16 September 17 121 40
9 2008 Johannesburg  South Africa 1–7 December 15 75 40
10 2010 Casablanca  Morocco 13–19 September 21 200 40
11 2012 Nairobi  Kenya 10–15 September 16 40
12 2016 Bloemfontein  South Africa 19–23 October 23 40
13 2018 Algiers  Algeria 10–16 September 33 238 40
14 2021 Accra  Ghana 11–17 October 42

Championships records[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ The "Confédération africaine de natation" decided to postpone the African swimming championships scheduled for Dakar, Senegal. This is due to several countries deciding not to attend and others agreeing to send only a diminished numbers of swimmers, because of the health issues prevailing in some countries in West Africa

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