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.
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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.
Katinka Hosszu is back, just three days removed from her triple-World Record performance in Doha, which has her leading the World Cup series points standings handily.
Katinka Hosszu is well on her way to defending her World Cup points title with one of seven stops down. Hosszu leads all women with 189 points, even more than she had at this point last year.
Katinka Hosszu hoists her big check for a world record 200 IM on night 1. She added two more world record bonuses on day 2 to land at $42,500 in Doha.
Chad le Clos swam the fastest 100 SCM butterfly in textile history on Thursday at the Doha World Cup.
Roland Schoeman won the men’s 50 breast on day 1 in Doha. Watch that race along with the rest of day 1 action here.
Katinka Hosszu showed that this year she plans to be just as dominant as the last on the World Cup tour as she’s already miles ahead of the field in both money earned and points after one day of competition.
Katinka Hosszu made over $300,000 last season on the World Cup tour, and after just one day of the 2014 edition, it looks like Hosszu is back for more.
Tom Shields has re-broken his own American Record in the 200 short course meter butterfly on day 1 of the…
Katinka Hosszu could go after a World Record in the 200 free in finals on the first night of the 2014 FINA World Cup stop in Doha.
Ous Mellouli (left) and Katinka Hosszu (right) are being raised as the stars of the first stop of this year’s World Cup Series, and so far they’ve delivered, despite a sleepy day 1 prelims in Doha.
American Tom Shields is one of 8 U.S. swimmers entered in the Doha World Cup stop.