Le Clos and Hosszu have again taken top prizes, but Russia’s Vlad Morozov in Doha officially made his decision to go pro a financially-positive one.
Chad le Clos leads the men’s second-cluster, and overall, standings for cash
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu should walk away from Doha, Qatar with checks somewhere in the neighborhood of $60,000. That’s only the tip of the iceberg, though, with half-a-million dollars at stake.
Katinka Hosszu swam a brutal meet and event schedule in 2013, and didn’t crack. In this interview, she discusses how she ramps back up for a new year.
Tom Shields will be one of only two Americans at the Dubai World Cup.
Women’s 100 breaststroke Lithuanian superstar Ruta Meilutyte once again showed that she is the best 100 breaststroker to have ever…
Cal post-grad swimmer Tom Shields is the only American we found entered on the first day in Moscow.
Russia’s Yulia Efimova had an exceptional World Championship meet, and now she’s on to the World Cup.
The three finalists and primary candidates for the 2019 World University Games made their initial formal presentations to the Federation International du Sport Universitaire, or FISU, in Belgium earlier this week. Present at the meeting representing the organizers of the biannual event were president Claude-Louis Gallien, and a pair of FISU Vice Presidents.
Daniel Gyurta of Hungary received an award from the United Nations in honor of his tribute to Alexander Dale Oen.
There were 8 positive doping tests in China in the 2nd quarter of 2013, some very significant, but none were swimmers. (Stock Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPIctures.com)
Chad le Clos has turned World Championship gold medals into World Cup gold coins. (Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
Yesterday seemed like an anomaly, a day at a World Cup event without Katinka Hosszu breaking a world record… (Photo Credit: Victor Puig)
Katinka Hosszu has broken a World Record for the 5th time this week in Berlin. (File Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)
(Photo: Victor Puig/victorpuig.com)