It was held on April 2 u.s. the second and final day of competitions of the FISU University World Cup Finswimming. The nine gold medals up for grabs, one for each of the scheduled finals, were awarded to the following athletes:
Guglielmo Alicicco – Milan Polytechnic (ITA) – 50 m AP;
Riccardo Romano – University of Salerno (ITA) – 50 m BF;
Adela Svomova – Masaryk University (CZE) – 100 m SF;
Viola Magoga – University of Padua (ITA) – 100 m BF;
Juan Sebastian Giraldo Cespedes – Pontifical Xavier University Cali Branch (COL) – 200 m SF;
Andrea Rega – University of Naples Federico II (ITA) – 200 m BF;
Lilla Blaszak – John Von Neumann University (HUN) – 400 m SF;
Martina Mach Di Palmstein – Luiss Guido Carli (ITA) – 400 m BF;
Oleksii Zakharov – Kharkiv H. Skovoroda National Pedagogical University (UKR) – 800 m SF.
At the end of the day of competition, at the 50 m swimming pool of the Bella Italia Sports Village, the closing ceremony of this first edition of the FISU University Finswimming World Cup took place, which the Organizing Committee, thanks also to the support of FISU itself, conducted in the best possible way. The next edition will take place in Manizales, Colombia, in 2024. During the closing ceremony the speeches were given by the Vice President of the Organizing Committee, Carlo Allegrini, by the Vice President of FISU, Marian Dymalski, and by the President of the Organizing Committee of the next edition of the FISU University World Cup Finswimming, William Peña, who received the FISU flag from Vice President Dymalski.