The series leaders are all but uncatchable, but a pair of breaststrokers made solid headway in tracking down the rest of the field during the Beijing World Cup.
U.S. National butterfly champion Tom Shields isn’t racing at the Beijing World Cup, which leaves Daniel Gyurta in a position to pick up big overall series money.
Katinka Hosszu’s points lead is insurmountable, but Lu Ying could break her streak of winning the top performance bonus at each World Cup stop.
Day one of the Moscow World Cup kicked off today bringing both iron lady Katinka Hosszu and American Tom Shields…
With the third of seven stops completed on the World Cup tour, Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu are in…
Katinka Hosszu and Tom Shields were the top money-earners at the Hong Kong World Cup this week, with the former racking up $17,000 and the latter $7,500.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and American Tom Shields were the biggest winners on day 1 of the Hong Kong World Cup, at least in terms of series points.
American Tom Shields and Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu were the biggest winners on day 1 of the Hong Kong World Cup, at least in terms of series points.
Katinka Hosszu added another $8,500 to her prize money total on Monday at the 2014 FINA World Cup.
Among men, Olympic champion Chad Le Clos (RSA) currently leads the overall rankings with 120 points, closely followed by Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta (116 points). Australian Thomas Fraser-Holmes completes the top-3 with 93 points.
The Hungarian Swimming Federation held a press conference today where some of the country’s top swimmers spoke about their performances in Berlin…
The South African rattled a super-suit world record while earning 30 World Cup points in one race en route to his giant bonus for leading the first cluster by just 4.
Le Clos back into World Cup series points lead after Dubai, but only by 4; Hosszu crushing competition
Chad le Clos is back in the driver’s seat, leading the World Cup points standings after the Dubai meet, but his lead is just four points after a great weekend for Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta.
Chad le Clos won two events on day 2, including the 100 fly, where he came just over a tenth away from breaking a five-year-old world record.