Katinka Hosszu still leads all athletes and is approaching a quarter of a million dollars in total World Cup earnings, while Inge Dekker became the third swimmer this year to earn a six-figure prize total.
The 2014 World Cup tour has now given out over a million dollars in total prize monies, and a third swimmer is close to breaking into a six-figure winnings total.
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.
Hungarian Katinka Hosszu has resumed her winning ways with an early National Record in the 800 free in Beijing.
Tim Phillips will swim the 100 fly at the 2015 World Championships in Kazaan, Russia.
With the Moscow World Cup ending the tour’s second cluster, Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu each benefited from the tour’s cluster bonuses to crack new barriers in the money lists.
Chad le Clos and Katinka Hosszu continue to hurtle towards repeat World Cup points championships, as each finished as the highest scorers in Moscow and in all of Cluster 2.
Chad le Clos collected another three gold on the second day in Moscow…
Day one of the Moscow World Cup kicked off today bringing both iron lady Katinka Hosszu and American Tom Shields…
2014 U.S. National Champion in the 100 and 200 flys Tom Shields has built a lot of experience in short course meters in the last two years, and should be a key to the Americans’ success in Doha.
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.
Since the greatest man to ever grace the water has been back in the pool, there have been ups and downs for the swimming and Olympic legend Michael Phelps.
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.