Who we are?
The Swimming Federation of India (SFI) is the national governing body for aquatic sports in India. Legally, it is a non-profit association registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961. The Federation holds elections for its office bearers every four years.The SFI currently oversees competition in the sports of swimming, masters swimming, synchronized swimming, diving, high diving, and water polo. It is affiliated to FINA, and the Asian Swimming Federation (ASF).
PARTNERSHIP WITH GLENMARK AQUATIC FOUNDATION
Glenmark Aquatic Foundation, The non profit CSR initiative of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Limited has entered into a long term agreement with SFI to transform the sport of swimming in India. GAF and SFI would work together in enhancing the ecosystem of swimming in India through Sponsorship of National Events, Coach Education and Scientific development with an eye to produce champions from India at the International stage
EVENTS CONDUCTED BY SFI
The SFI Annually conducts the following events
Sub Junior National Aquatic Championships
Junior National Aquatic Championships
Senior National Aquatic Championships
National Masters Swimming
National Club Championships.
CLINICS AND SCHOLARSHIPS
SFI regularly conducts clinics and training programmes for its coaches and technical team. Supported by FINA global experts execute these clinics providing
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