Masato Sakai actually out-earned Cameron van der Burgh in prize money at the Singapore World Cup meet, but van der Burgh still earned the biggest cluster bonus for leading the Cluster #2 points on the men’s side.
A shortened 2nd Cluster didn’t have much effect on the FINA World Cup Series, as Katinka Hosszu and Cameron van der Burgh remained atop the point stndings after the turmoil of the Singapore stop.
See #4 for why Alabama head coach Dennis Pursley (above) is THE ONE.
With Day 1’s finals cancelled due to alarming haze levels in the open air OCBC Aquatic Center, athletes are more than ready to throw down some speed on Day 2 of the FINA World Cup Singapore
Die Finalläufe des ersten Wettkampftages des Weltcups in Singapore wurden wegen zu Schadstoffen in der Luft abgesagt. Der Schwimmverband in…
Las finales del día 1 de la etapa de la Copa del Mundo en Singapur fueron canceladas debido al smog….
Cate Campbell’s sprint freestyle times were the talk-of-the-deck after the Beijing stop of the 2015 FINA World Cup Series.
Five events were swum in the prelims on Saturday morning, including a top-seed in the 50 breaststroke from American Kevin Cordes, who is based out of Singapore.
Katinka Hosszu from Hungary is one of the many high-profile athletes who may miss out on racing in Singapore amid air quality concerns.
Cameron van der Burgh and Masato Sakai will battle for World Cup points in Singapore…
The race for the World Cup’s second cluster points win (and the $50,000 bonus that comes along with it) is coming down to the wire on the men’s side, with Cameron van der Burgh and Masato Sakai going back and forth in Beijing.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Japan’s Masato Sakai earned the biggest paychecks of the Beijing World Cup in multi-medal performances.
Cate Campbell keeps on bringing it! 52.96 for Aussie gold in women’s 100m freestyle tonight in Beijing.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu crossed a major barrier on day 1 of the Beijing World Cup, becoming the first swimmer in World Cup history to surpass 200 total medals, according to circuit organizer FINA.
Katinka Hosszu de Hungría cruzó una barrera increíble en el día 1 en la Copa del Mundo en Beijing, convirtiéndose en la primer nadadora en sobrepasar el total de 200 medallas, de acuerdo a los organizadores del circuito, la FINA.