The World Aquatics World Championships will run from February 2nd to 18th in Doha, Qatar. For Irish athletes, diving is first on the schedule running from the 3rd to the 10th February. Swimming at the Championships will take place from 11th – 18th February. This is the final qualification opportunity for our divers ahead of Paris 2024, while the swimmers will have another opportunity at the Irish Open Championships/Olympic Trials in Dublin in May.


McSharry Books Another Final Spot in Doha

Wiffen Advances to Freestyle Final; McSharry Secures Another Semi-Final Spot

McSharry Fifth in World 200m Breaststroke Final

McSharry Through to Another World Final; Shortt Breaks Irish Backstroke Record

McSharry and Shortt Advance to Semi-Finals in Doha

Daniel Wiffen Crowned World 800m Freestyle Champion in Doha

Ryan Best of Team Ireland on Day Four in Doha

McSharry Fifth in World Breaststroke Final

Wiffen Second Fastest Qualifier into Freestyle Final

McSharry Advances to Breaststroke Final in Doha. Ferguson Thirteenth in Backstroke Semi Final.

McSharry and Ferguson Secure Semi-Final Spots in Doha

Wiffen Seventh in World Freestyle Final; Ireland Relay Edged Out of Olympic Quota Place

Wiffen Qualifies for Freestyle Final; Ireland Relay Fate to be Decided this Evening.

Olympic Qualification on the Line as Swimming gets underway at World Aquatics Championships

Cryan and Passmore 12th in 3M Final

Cryan 44th in Springboard Preliminaries

Passmore 17th in 3M Semi-Final in Doha

Passmore Secures Semi-Final Spot in Doha

McGing 26th in Platform Preliminaries as Doha World Championships Get Underway

Irish Divers Target Paris Places in Doha




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2024 World Aquatics Championships, Doha, Qatar – Diving

Name Home Programme Home Coach
Clare Cryan City of Sheffield Thomas Owens
Ciara McGing Ohio State University Justin Sochor
Jake Passmore City of Leeds Marc Holdsworth


2024 World Aquatics Championships (50m), Doha, Qatar – Swimming

Name Home Programme Home Coach
Victoria Catterson National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
Eoin Corby National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
Grace Davison Ards SC Curtis Coulter
Tom Fannon National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
Conor Ferguson Loughborough University Ian Hulme
Maria Godden National Centre (Limerick) John Szaranek
Darragh Greene National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
Max McCusker Millfield School Ryan Livingstone
Mona McSharry University of Tennessee Matt Kredich
Erin Riordan National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
Shane Ryan National Centre (Dublin) Steve Beckerleg
John Shortt National Centre (Limerick) John Szaranek
Daniel Wiffen Loughborough University Andi Manley