Swedish Swimming Federation


Swedish Swimming Federation

The Swedish Swimming Federation (SSF) (Swedish: "Svenska Simförbundet") is the governing body of swimming in Sweden. It was founded in 1904 and is a member of LEN and FINA. The Swedish Swimming Federation organizes the Swedish Swimming Championships, the Elitserien, the Women's Elitserien, the Swedish Synchronized Swimming Championships, the Swedish Diving Championships, the Swedish Swimming Grand Prix series and the Swedish Open Water Swimming Championships, national junior and youth championships and the national teams in the swimming disciplines. Current head coach for the Swedish swimming national team is Thomas Jansson, while the head coach for the diving team is Ulrika Knape.

ee also

*List of swimming pools in Sweden

External links

* [http://www.simforbundet.se/ Swedish Swimming Federation] (official website)


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