The ISF World School Championship Swimming 2017 just ended, and we’re really thankful for having been in Budapest along with 281 swimmers from 17 different countries who have measured their forces in the disciplines of freestyle, individual medley, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly - in both school and selected teams. The capital of Hungary hosted the competition from April the 20th to the 25th, and the participants gathered not just to compete, but also to learn from each other and meet different cultures. The Championship involved young people from countries such as Chinese Taipei, United Arab Emirates, Germany, China, France, Morocco, India or Brazil and it has been organized by the International School Sport Federation and the Hungarian School Sport Federation in partnership with Kinder+Sport. The ISF WSC Swimming 2017 has been the first event of the year in Hungary, and has celebrated the great impact of sport on the young people's life and their education. The ISF WSC Swimming offered a unique chance for young people to come together and celebrate not only sport but also the different cultures from all around the world.