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Providence, Rhode Island

Games and the United States Scholar-Athlete Games at the University of Rhode Island have included finswimming competition as a part of their Games program since 1999. The sport is growing in the United States with scattered pockets around the country popping up. However Texas leads the country in the number of finswimmers and competitions. Most finswimming training outside of Texas and California consists of cross training for swimming. Future The Greater Toronto Airports Authority


Venezuela

Games sports are governed by international sports federations (List of international sport federations) (IFs) recognized by PASO as the global supervisors of those sports. There are 36 federations represented at PASO. There are sports recognized by PASO that are not included on the Pan American Games program. These sports are not considered Pan American Games sports, but they can be promoted to this status during a program revision that occurs in the first PASO session following a celebration

of the Pan American Games. During such revisions, sports can be excluded or included in the program on the basis of a two-thirds majority vote of the members of PASO. There are recognized sports that have never been on an Pan American Games program in any capacity, including chess and surfing.


Mexico City

to the voting, baseball, softball, modern pentathlon, taekwondo and fencing were considered as most likely to be dropped . Five non-Olympic sports would then be voted to get in, in case any of the existing sports would be dropped, as IOC rules allow a maximum of 28 Summer Olympic sports. These sports - golf, roller sports, squash (Squash (sport)), rugby (rugby sevens) and karate - were recommended by the IOC Olympic Games Program Committee


United States

. In addition they also host 2-3 high school finswimming meets a year. The World Scholar-Athlete Games and the United States Scholar-Athlete Games at the University of Rhode Island have included finswimming competition as a part of their Games program since 1999. The sport is growing in the United States with scattered pockets around the country popping up. However Texas leads the country in the number of finswimmers and competitions. Most finswimming training outside of Texas and California


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