The Turkish Underwater Sports Federation – authorized by CMAS – calls upon all interested Federations and Clubs to participate in the final round of the XII. CMAS World Cup 2017, to be organized on the 21st of September – 25th of September in Antalya (Turkey).
The competition is governed by the Finswimming Rules of CMAS, by the Finswimming Worlds Cup Pool
and Open Water Rules of CMAS and by the present particular rules that every athlete, with his/her
enrolment affirms to know and agrees to follow.
CMAS regulations can and should be seen at the following link:
Please note the following changes which are effect from 1st January 2017
a. Database for World Cup
All data will be used in 2017 from a new database.
All registration must be submitted only through this way and not with enrollments form:
The website is http://sport.cmasoffice.org which operates from 4th to 15th September 2017
during registration the system matches automatically with the CMAS license database.
c. CMAS Fees
For golden Final each competitor to participate must pay CMAS fees fixed by CMAS and
additionally to the participating fees paid to the organizer:
- CMAS Sport License Holder: 10 Euro for participation fee
- Not CMAS Sport License Holder: 15 Euro for temporary license fee for world cup
10 Euro for participation fee
These fees will be paid only during the registration process. Request for licenses will be done
according to previous procedures and within 10 days at least before the corresponding competition.
Thus all clubs and participants must take this delay in account for registration and this delay of 10
days meant to be delay after payment and not after order.
a- All team members of the participating countries’ Federation must be affiliated to CMAS.
b- In the CMAS Finswimming World Cup Meeting, National Teams and clubs can participate.
c- The National Federations have to send the appropriate application form for the National Teams
d- Each competitor can participate only on behalf of one (1) club during the year.
e- Each competitor can take part in a maximum of three (3) individual races and one (1) relay race.
f- Each team can enroll a maximum of two (2) swimmers for each individual race.
g- Each team can enroll only one team for each relay race