The 2021 Artistic Swimming World Series Super Final was held from June 10 – 13 in Barcelona, Spain. It occurred at the same time as the Olympic Games Qualification Tournament.
All times listed are local to the competition. Barcelona is currently at UTC/GMT +2 hours.
|Thursday, June 10|
|3:00 pm||QT Technical Team|
|3:40 pm||SF Technical Team|
|5:00 pm||SF Men Technical Solo|
|5:10 pm||SF Women Technical Solo|
|7:00 pm||SF Technical Mixed Duet|
|Friday, June 11|
|3:00 pm||QT Free Team|
|3:50 pm||SF Free Team|
|6:00 pm||SF Women Free Solo|
|7:05 pm||SF Men Free Solo|
|Saturday, June 12|
|10:00 am||QT Free Duet Preliminary|
|5:00 pm||QT Technical Duet|
|6:55 pm||SF Technical Duet|
|8:15 pm||SF Highlight|
|Sunday, June 13|
|3:00 pm||QT Free Duet Final|
|4:05 pm||SF Free Duet|
|6:00 pm||SF Free Mixed Duet|
|6:45 pm||SF Free Combination|
More information on the competition may be available here.
Start lists and results will be posted here.
The competition will be live streamed on FINA’s YouTube channel, and shown on RTVE.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and the cancellation of multiple World Series legs, the rules to qualify to the Super Final have been amended. All federations may take part in each category in this competition and continue to be collect points for the prize money.
This competition will be held alongside the FINA Artistic Swimming Olympic Qualification Tournament. The scores of the federations entered in the team and duet events at the OGQT can also be considered for the Super Final. Teams do not have to swim twice.