The lights of the Foro Italico swimming stadium are back on the Champions’ podium. Rendezvous from Friday 25 to Sunday 27 June on the banks of the Tiber with the 58th International Swimming Sette Colli Cup exactly one month before the Tokyo Olympics. More than six hundred swimmers from national and international clubs will compete at the Olympic pool in Rome 1960, which will host the 47th edition of the European Youth Championship from 6-11 July 2022 and 11-22 August 2022 the 36th European Aquatic Championships, the disciplines championship representing 31 countries. .
Italy will partner with many athletes who were champions in the last European Championships in Budapest and for the first time in history with three world record holders: Federica Pellegrini, Gregorio Paltrinieri and Benedetta Pellato. For some of them, the Seven Hills Cup also represents the last chance to win the pass for the Tokyo Olympics.
Together with Azzurri they will climb swimming blocks representing Argentina, Austria, Brazil, France, Denmark, South Africa, Belgium, Finland, Germany, Hungary, India, Israel, Kazakhstan, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Greece, Philippines, Serbia, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Norway, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and Great Britain.
Among the awaited champions, Sweden’s Therese Al-Shamar, who aims to qualify for the seventh Olympics in her career, Dutch Ranomy Kromovedjogo and Vimki Heemskerk, Denmark’s Pernel Bloom, Sweden’s Sarah Schweström, Hungarian Katinka Hoszo, Spain’s Miria Belmonte Garcia, Brazilian Bruno Fratos, Hungary’s Christoph Milak and David Verasto, Kazakh Dmitriy Paladin, Ukrainian Andrey Govorov, German Marko Koch and South African Chad Le Klos.
Reserve your poolside seat now. Tickets are on sale on TicketOne from 11:00 on June 15th.
The formula is the same as last year, with a straight chain. We start in the morning with two slow series; The afternoon continues with a Medium series and from 6:45 pm with the Express series broadcast on Rai Sport.