The World Aquatics Championships in Fukuoka, Japan, concluded successfully with Mayor Takashima praising the event as “very good.” During the 17-day event, 10 world records were set, and 135,000 visitors attended, including both international and domestic spectators. Local athletes shined, and the Mayor expressed hope that the championships would inspire young future athletes. Following this event, the “World Masters” gathering commenced, emphasizing tourism and hospitality for former athletes and enthusiasts staying for an average of 15 days. Source: KBC
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