Katinka Hosszu will release her first book two months from Monday in Hungary. The English version comes in 2015.
The Hungarian Swimming Federation held a press conference today where some of the country’s top swimmers spoke about their performances in Berlin…
In the first two stops of the 2014 FINA World Cup Series, which took place in the same week in…
Australia’s Melanie Schlanger and the U.S.A.’s Nathan Adrian put their sprinting skills on display in Singapore and were handily rewarded for it, to the tune of $20,000.
On Friday, September 5th Singapore will play host to a star-studded meet featuring some of the most talented swimmers in…
Among the 12 Olympic Champions and 21 World Champions lined-up are James Magnussen (Australia), Katinka Hosszu (Hungary), Jessica Hardy (USA) Rūta Meilutytė (Lithuania), Nathan Adrian (USA), Fabien Gilot (France), and Jeanette Ottesen (Denmark).
Many thanks to FINA and G. Scala for these swimming photos.
Katinka Hosszu has earned $50,000 in world record bonuses and added a $50,000 cluster bonus to jump to $125,000 in total winnings just two meets in to the World Cup circuit.
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.
Katinka Hosszu is collecting more $10,000 checks on the 2014 FINA World Cup circuit.
Many thank to FINA and G. Scala/Deepbluemedia for these swimming photos.
Check out race videos from the Dubai World Cup courtesy of FINA. Included are both world records set by Daniel Gyurta and Katinka Hosszu in today’s finals session.
It was a great day for the Hungarians at the Dubai World Cup Sunday, with Daniel Gyurta and Katinka Hosszu each setting a world record and riding that wave to the top of both the money-earners lists and the series points standings.
Daniel Gyurta jumped into the World Record game, earning a $10,000 bonus alongside his countrywoman Katinka Hosszu. The two now lead all money-earners on the World Cup circuit this year.