2017 in aquatic sports

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This article lists the in the water and on the water forms of aquatic sports for 2017.

Aquatics (FINA)[edit]

World aquatics championships[edit]

2017 FINA 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup[edit]

2017 FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix[edit]

2017 FINA Diving World Series[edit]

  • March 3–5: DWS #1 in China Beijing[17]
  • March 9–11: DWS #2 in China Guangzhou[18]
    • 3m Springboard winners: China Xie Siyi (m) / China Shi Tingmao (f)
    • 10m Platform winners: China Chen Aisen (m) / China Si Yajie (f)
    • Synchronized 3m winners:  China (Xie Siyi & Cao Yuan) (m) /  China (Shi Tingmao & XU Zhihuan) (f)
    • Synchronized 10m winners:  China (Chen Aisen & Yang Hao) (m) /  China (CHANG Yani & Ren Qian) (f)
    • Mixed winners:  China (Wang Han & LI Zheng) (3m) /  China (LIAN Jie & LIAN Junjie) (10m)
  • March 31 – April 2: DWS #3 in Russia Kazan[19]
    • 3m Springboard winners: China Cao Yuan (m) / China Shi Tingmao (f)
    • 10m Platform winners: China Chen Aisen (m) / China Ren Qian (f)
    • Synchronized 3m winners:  China (Xie Siyi & Cao Yuan) (m) /  China (CHANG Yani & Shi Tingmao) (f)
    • Synchronized 10m winners:  China (Chen Aisen & Yang Hao) (m) /  China (Ren Qian & Si Yajie) (f)
    • Mixed winners:  China (Wang Han & LI Zheng) (3m) /  China (LIAN Jie & LIAN Junjie) (10m)
  • April 21–23: DWS #4 in Canada Windsor, Ontario (final)[20]
    • 3m Springboard winners: United Kingdom Jack Laugher (m) / China Shi Tingmao (f)
    • 10m Platform winners: China Chen Aisen (m) / China Si Yajie (f)
    • Synchronized 3m winners:  Russia (Evgeny Kuznetsov & Ilya Zakharov) (m) /  China (CHANG Yani & Shi Tingmao) (f)
    • Synchronized 10m winners:  China (Chen Aisen & Yang Hao) (m) /  China (Ren Qian & Si Yajie) (f)
    • Mixed winners:  China (Wang Han & LI Zheng) (3m) /  China (LIAN Jie & LIAN Junjie) (10m)

2017 FINA Diving Grand Prix[edit]

2017 FINA High Diving World Cup[edit]

  • April 27–29: 2017 FINA High Diving World Cup in United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi[29]
    • Women's 20 m winner: Mexico Rita Jimenez Trejo
    • Men's 27 m winner: United Kingdom Gary Hunt

2017 FINA Swimming World Cup[edit]

2017 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Series[edit]

LEN (Aquatics)[edit]

2017 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series[edit]

Canoeing[edit]

Canoe sprint[edit]

  • April 8 – September 24: 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint Schedule[52]

International canoe sprint championships[edit]

2017 Canoe Sprint World Cup[edit]

Canoe slalom[edit]

  • January 28 – October 8: 2017 ICF Canoe Slalom Schedule[52]

International canoe slalom championships[edit]

2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup[edit]

Other international canoeing events[edit]

Rowing[edit]

International rowing events[edit]

2017 World Rowing Cup[edit]

Sailing[edit]

2017 Sailing World Cup[edit]

2017 America's Cup[edit]

See also: 2015–16 America's Cup World Series, to determine the starting points score of the teams taking part in the 2017 Louis Vuitton Cup.

International sailing events[edit]

Surfing[edit]

World surfing championships[edit]

  • May 20–28: 2017 ISA World Surfing Games in France Biarritz[109]
    • Men's Open winners: First: Mexico Jhony Corzo; Second: France Joan Duru; Third: Portugal Pedro Henrique; Fourth:Spain Jonathan González
    • Women's Open winners: First: France Pauline Ado; Second: France Johanne Defay; Third: Costa Rica Leilani McGonagle; Fourth: South Africa Bianca Buitendag
    • Team winners: First:  France (4,275 points); Second:  Portugal (2,850 points); Third:  Spain (2,560 points); Fourth:  Mexico (2,455 points)
    • Aloha Cup winners: First:  France; Second:  Portugal; Third:  Peru; Fourth: The  United States
  • September 1–10: 2017 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship in Denmark Vorupør and Copenhagen[110]
    • SUP Surfing winners: Brazil Luiz Diniz (m) / Australia Shakira Westdorp (f)
    • Sprint winners: Denmark Casper Steinfath (m) / Slovenia Manca Notar (f)
    • SUP Distance Racing winners: Hungary Bruno Hasulyo (m) / New Zealand Annabel Anderson (f)
    • Paddle Distance Racing winners: Australia Lachie Landsdown (m) / Australia Jordan Mercer (f)
    • SUP Technical winners: United States Mo Freitas (m) / New Zealand Annabel Anderson (f)
    • Paddle Technical winners: Australia Lachie Landsdown (m) / Australia Jordan Mercer (f)
    • Overall Team Points -> Champions:  Australia; Second:  France; Third:  New Zealand
  • September 23 – October 1: 2017 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship in Japan Hyūga, Miyazaki[111]
    • U18 winners: Argentina Ignacio Gundesen (m) / Hawaii Brisa Hennessy (f)
    • U16 winners: Japan Joh Azuchi (m) / United States Alyssa Spencer (f)
    • Aloha Cup -> Champions:  Japan; Second:  Hawaii; Third:  France; Fourth:  Costa Rica
    • Team Points -> Champions:  United States; Second:  Hawaii; Third:  Japan
  • September 30 – October 8: 2017 ISA Kneeboard World Championship in Spain Cantabria[112]
  • November 30 – December 3: 2017 ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship in United States La Jolla[114]

2017 World Surf League (WSL) Men's Championship Tour[edit]

2017 World Surf League (WSL) Women's Championship Tour[edit]

Water polo[edit]

2017 FINA Men's Water Polo World League[edit]

  • November 15, 2016 – April 11, 2017: 2016–17 FINA Men's European Water Polo Preliminary Rounds[116]
  • April 25–30: 2017 FINA Men's Intercontinental Water Polo Tournament in Australia Gold Coast, Queensland[117]
  • June 20–25: 2017 FINA Men's Water Polo World League Superfinal in Russia Ruza[118]
    •  Serbia defeated  Italy, 10–9, to win their fifth consecutive and 11th overall FINA Men's Water Polo World League title.
    •  Croatia took the bronze medal.

2017 FINA Women's Water Polo World League[edit]

Water polo world championships[edit]

Ligue Européenne de Natation[edit]

Water Ski & Wakeboard[edit]

  • January 5–8: 2017 World Junior Water Ski Championships in Chile Santiago[126]
    • Slalom winners: United Kingdom Robert Hazelwood (m) / Canada Jaimee Bull (f)
    • Tricks winners: Mexico Patricio Font (m) / United States Anna Gay (f)
    • Jump winners: Canada Conley Pinette (m) / Canada Dominique Grondin-Allard (f)
    • Overall winners: United Kingdom Joel Poland (m) / United States Brooke Baldwin (f)
  • January 30 – February 5: 2017 Asia Oceania Waterski & Wakeboard Championships in New Zealand Auckland[127][128]
    • Slalom winners: Australia Nicholas Adams (m) / New Zealand Hilary Munro (f)
    • Tricks winners: Australia Archie Davis (m) / Malaysia Aaliyah Yoong-Hanifah (f)
    • Jump winners: New Zealand Lance Green (m) / Japan Saaya Hirosawa (f)
    • Overall winners: Australia Archie Davis (m) / Australia Katelyn Miller (f)
    • Wakeboard winners: Australia Tony Iacconi (m) / South Korea Yun Hee-hyun (f)
  • April 24–30: 2017 World Disabled Waterski Championships in Australia Myuna Bay[129]
    • Men's Standing overall winner: United States Craig Timm
    • Seated Overal winners: Australia Derek Vanderbom (m) / France Delphine Le Sausse (f)
    • Vision Impaired Overall winners: Italy Daniele Cassioli (m) / United States Kate Mawby (f)
  • July 13–16: 2017 World Under 21 Waterski Championships in Ukraine Dnipro[130]
    • Slalom winners: United States Taylor Garcia (m) / United States Allie Nicholson (f)
    • Tricks winners: Ukraine Danylo Fil'Chenko (m) / United States Anna Gay (f)
    • Jump winners: United Kingdom Jack Critchley (m) / Canada Dominique Grondin-Allard (f)
    • Overall winners: Ukraine Danylo Fil'Chenko (m) / United States Anna Gay (f)
    • Team winners:  Canada
  • July 26 – August 6: 2017 World Waterski Racing Championships in United States Seattle[131]
    • Open winners: Australia Ben Gulley (m) / Australia Chelsea Blight (f)
    • F2 winners: Australia Cameron Osborne (m) / Australia Ellen Jones (f)
    • Junior winners: Australia Luke Harrison (m) / Australia Milana Long (f)
  • September 3–10: 2017 Water Ski World Championships in France Paris[132]
    • Jump winners: Canada Ryan Dodd (m) / Australia Jacinta Carroll (f)
    • Slalom winners: United Kingdom Frederick Winter (m) / United States Regina Jaquess (f)
    • Tricks winners: United States Adam Pickos (m) / Canada Neilly Ross (f)
    • Overall winners: Chile Felipe Miranda (m) / United States Regina Jaquess (f)

References[edit]

  1. ^ FINA's 2017 World Aquatics Championships Page
  2. ^ 2017 FINA World Masters Championships Website
  3. ^ Omega Timing's 2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships Results Page
  4. ^ IPC's 2017 World Para Swimming Championships Page
  5. ^ 2017 World Para Swimming Championships Medal Count Page
  6. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #1 Page
  7. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #2 Page
  8. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #3 Page
  9. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #4 Page
  10. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #5 Page
  11. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #6 Page
  12. ^ FINA's 2017 10 km Marathon Swimming World Cup #7 Page
  13. ^ FINA's 2017 Open Water Swimming Grand Prix #1 Page
  14. ^ FINA's 2017 Open Water Swimming Grand Prix #2 Page
  15. ^ FINA's 2017 Open Water Swimming Grand Prix #3 Page
  16. ^ FINA's 2017 Open Water Swimming Grand Prix #4 Page
  17. ^ FINA's Diving World Series 2017 #1 Page
  18. ^ FINA's Diving World Series 2017 #2 Page
  19. ^ FINA's Diving World Series 2017 #3 Page
  20. ^ FINA's Diving World Series 2017 #4 Page
  21. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #1 Page
  22. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #2 Page
  23. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #3 Page
  24. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #4 Page
  25. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #5 Page
  26. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #6 Page
  27. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #7 Page
  28. ^ FINA's 2017 Diving Grand Prix #8 Page
  29. ^ FINA's 4th High Diving World Cup Page
  30. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #1 Page
  31. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #2 Page
  32. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #3 Page
  33. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #4 Page
  34. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #5 Page
  35. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #6 Page
  36. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #7 Page
  37. ^ 2017 FINA Swimming World Cup #8 Page
  38. ^ FINA's 7th Open Make Up Forever 2017 Page
  39. ^ FINA's China Open 2017 Page
  40. ^ FINA's Japan Open 2017 Page
  41. ^ FINA's Canada Open 2017 Page
  42. ^ FINA's Spanish Open 2017 Page
  43. ^ FINA's United States Open 2017 Page
  44. ^ FINA's Suv Parisi Tashkent 2017 Page
  45. ^ 2017 European Synchronised Swimming Champions Cup, Cuneo (ITA) – Summary Page
  46. ^ 2017 European Diving Championships Website
  47. ^ LEN's 2017 European Junior Synchronised Swimming Championship Page
  48. ^ 2017 European Junior Diving Championship Results Page
  49. ^ 2017 European Junior Swimming Championships Website
  50. ^ LEN's 2017 European Junior Open Water Swimming Championships Results Page
  51. ^ 2017 European Short Course Swimming Championships Website
  52. ^ a b ICF General Schedule of Events
  53. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Sprint European Championships Page
  54. ^ ICF's 2017 Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships Page
  55. ^ 2017 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships Results Page
  56. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Sprint World Championships Page
  57. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Sprint World Cup #1 Page
  58. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Sprint World Cup #2 Page
  59. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Sprint World Cup #3 Page
  60. ^ 2017 Oceania Canoe Slalom Championships Results Page
  61. ^ 2017 European Canoe Slalom Championships Website
  62. ^ ICF's 2017 Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom World Championships Page
  63. ^ 2017 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships Website
  64. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Slalom World Championships Page
  65. ^ 2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup #1 (Prague) Website
  66. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup #2 Page
  67. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup #3 Page
  68. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup #4 Page
  69. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Slalom World Cup #5 Page
  70. ^ 2017 Canoe Marathon European Championships Website
  71. ^ Ponte de Lima to host Canoe Marathon European Championships after ECA opt to move venue
  72. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Page
  73. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Nations Cup Sprint Results Page
  74. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Individual Sprint Results Page
  75. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Team Sprint Results Page
  76. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Nations Cup Classical Results Page
  77. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Individual Classical Results Page
  78. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing Junior and U23 World Championships Team Classical Results Page
  79. ^ Hytera's Canoe Sailing World Championships 2017 Results Page
  80. ^ ICF's 2017 Paracanoe World Championships Page
  81. ^ 2017 European Canoe Polo Championship Page
  82. ^ 2017 ICF Dragon Boat Club Crew World Championships Website
  83. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Marathon World Championships Page
  84. ^ ICF's 2017 Wildwater Canoeing World Championships Page
  85. ^ ICF's 2017 Ocean Racing World Championships Page
  86. ^ ICF's 2017 Canoe Freestyle World Championships Page
  87. ^ WR's 2017 European Rowing Indoor Championships Page
  88. ^ WR's 2017 European Junior Rowing Championships Page
  89. ^ WR's 2017 European Rowing Championships Page
  90. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Under 23 Championships Page
  91. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Masters Regatta Page
  92. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Championships Page
  93. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Coastal Championships Page
  94. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Cup #1 Page
  95. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Cup #2 Page
  96. ^ WR's 2017 World Rowing Cup #3 Page
  97. ^ WS Miami 2017 Sailing World Cup #1 Website
  98. ^ WS Hyères 2017 Sailing World Cup #2 Website
  99. ^ WS World Cup Series Final | Santander 2017 Website
  100. ^ "Le Cléac'h smashes Vendée Globe race record in spectacular style". vendeeglobe.org. Retrieved January 19, 2017.
  101. ^ 2017 Star World Championships Website
  102. ^ 2017 470 World Championships Website
  103. ^ WS' 2017 Youth Match Racing World Championships Page
  104. ^ Match Racing Results Page for the 2017 Youth Match Racing World Championships
  105. ^ Nacra 17's 2017 World Championships Page
  106. ^ 2017 RS:X Windsurfing World Championships Website
  107. ^ World Sailing's Youth Sailing World Championships Page
  108. ^ Israel withdraw from hosting 2017 Youth Sailing World Championships
  109. ^ 2017 ISA World Surfing Games Website
  110. ^ 2017 ISA World StandUp Paddle and Paddleboard Championship Website
  111. ^ 2017 ISA World Junior Surfing Championship Website
  112. ^ 2017 ISA Kneeboard World Championship Website
  113. ^ KSUSA's 2017 Kneeboard Surfing World Titles
  114. ^ ISA's 2017 World Adaptive Surfing Championship Page
  115. ^ ISA's 2017 ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championship Results Page
  116. ^ FINA's 2017 Men's Water Polo World League European Preliminary Rounds Page
  117. ^ FINA's 2017 Men's Water Polo World League Intercontinental Water Polo Tournament Page
  118. ^ FINA's 2017 Men's Water Polo World League Superfinal Page
  119. ^ FINA's 2017 Women's Water Polo World League European Preliminary Rounds Page
  120. ^ FINA's 2017 Women's Intercontinental Water Polo Tournament Page
  121. ^ FINA's 2017 Women's Water Polo League Superfinal Page
  122. ^ FINA's 2017 Junior Water Polo World Championships Page
  123. ^ FINA's 2017 World Women's Junior Water Polo Championships Page
  124. ^ LEN's Women's European Junior Water Polo Championships 2017 Results Page
  125. ^ LEN's Men's European Junior Water Polo Championships 2017 Results Page
  126. ^ 2017 Junior World waterski championship Results Page
  127. ^ 2017 Asia Oceania Waterski & Wakeboard Championships Results Page
  128. ^ Wakeboard Results
  129. ^ 2017 World Disabled Waterski Championships Website
  130. ^ IWWF's 2017 World Under 21 Waterski Championships Page
  131. ^ 2017 World Waterski Racing Championships Website
  132. ^ 2017 Water Ski World Championships Results Page

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