Competition schedule for the World Aquatics Championships Doha 2024 was announced on 26 September
28 Sep 2023News
The tournament schedule for the 2024 World Aquatics Championships in Doha, Qatar, which will run from February 2 through February 18, was released by World Aquatics on September 26, 2023. 75 medal events will be held throughout the competition in six aquatic sports, including swimming, diving, water polo, artistic swimming, open-water swimming, and high diving. There will be over 2,500 athletes participating from about 200 different nations. The World Aquatics Swimming Championships (25m) were the most recent competition to be held in Qatar, which has also played home to nine World Aquatics Swimming World Cup meets, four World Aquatics Open Water Swimming World Cups, and a Diving World Series competition in 2009.
The World Aquatics Championships - Doha 2024 will be held in Qatar and the Middle East for the first time. The 21st World Aquatics Championships will take place in this edition, which is significant because it will clear the way for individuals and teams to qualify for the Olympic Games in Paris in 2024. Both newcomers and renowned aquatic athletes will participate in this edition. The competition will begin on February 2, 2024, at the Aspire Dome and the Hamad Aquatics Centre with artistic swimming and diving. The nine-day diving and artistic swimming competitions will proceed directly to the finals without a preliminary round. The Open Water Swimming Competition will take place at Doha Port from February 3 to February 8, 2023, and will open with a women's 10km race.
The Women's Gold Medal Game will take place on February 16, 2023, at the Aspire Dome, while the Men's and Women's Water Polo Tournaments will start on February 4 and 5, 2023. Six individual events and the Men's and Women's 4x100m Medley Relays will be awarded during the swimming competition, which will start on day 10 of the competition, which is February 11, 2023, and go through February 18, 2023. Taking place in Doha Port from February 12–14, 2023, the High Divers competition will have a strict timetable.