$2.218 Million The Final Tally at the 2013 FINA World Cup Series

The 2013 FINA World Cup Series came to a conclusion on Thursday in Tokyo, Japan, and with that another huge swathe of prizes was awarded.

First, the top 6 from just the three Southeast Asia-based meets in the 3rd leg (Singapore, Japan, and China) received decent prizes for a week’s worth of work.

1. Chad le Clos – $50,000
2. Vlad Morozov – $35,000
3. Thomas Fraser-Holmes – $30,000
4. Robert Hurley – $20,000
5. Daniel Gyurta – $10,000
6. Eugene Godsoe – $8,000

1. Katinka Hosszu – $50,000
2. Alicia Coutts – $35,000
3. Alia Atkinson – $30,000
4. Sarah Sjostrom – $20,000
5. Mireia Belmonte – $10,000
6. Yulia Efimova – $8,000

While much has changed in this year’s prize money payout structure, what hasn’t changed is the huge payouts at the end of the meet to the overall series winners. This structure really rewards swimmers like Hosszu, Morozov, Atkinson and Le Clos who have stayed with the series for the entire 8-meet journey.

1. Chad le Clos – $100,000
2. Vlad Morozov – $50,000
3. Bobby Hurley – $30,000

1. Katinka Hosszu – $100,000
2. Alia Atkinson – $50,000
3. Mireia Belmonte – $30,000

And finally, with over $2.218 million to be awarded, those two overall winners walked away with significant checks, especially considering that this is only for a quarter of their seasons. Hosszu earned $365,000 across the 8 meets, while Le Clos took home $305,500.

Asian Leg

  Men   SIN JPN CHN TOTAL
1 Chad le Clos South Africa 84 (20) 75 63 242
2 Vladimir Morozov Russia 63 42 69 174
3 Thomas Fraser-Holmes Australia 39 33 36 108
4 Robert Hurley Australia 36 36 33 105
5 Dániel Gyurta Hungary 36 45 24 105
6 Eugene Godsoe United States 36 24 36 96
7 Roland Schoeman South Africa 21 18 27 66
8 Nicholas Santos Brazil 6 9 30 45
8 Kosuke Hagino Japan 45 45
10 George Bovell Trinidad and Tobago 18 15 9 42

 

 Women   SIN JPN CHN TOTAL
1 Katinka Hosszú Hungary 96 84 81 261
2 Alicia Coutts Australia 36 51 51 138
3 Alia Atkinson Jamaica 54 27 33 114
4 Sarah Sjöström Sweden 33 33 30 96
5 Mireia Belmonte Spain 27 24 42 93
6 Cate Campbell Australia 24 24 36 84
6 Emily Seebohm Australia 36 21 21 78
8 Lauren Boyle New Zealand 24 24 24 72
8 Daryna Zevina Ukraine 12 30 27 69
10 Elizabeth Simmonds United Kingdom 24 18 18 60

Overall MEN

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total
NED GER RUS UAE QAT SIN JPN CHN
1 Chad le Clos  South Africa 54 (20) 54 69 69 66 84 (20) 75 63 574
2 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 33 54 54 54 45 63 42 69 414
3 Robert Hurley  Australia 21 24 51 45 39 36 36 33 285
4 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21 36 33 24 33 21 18 27 213
5 Kenneth To  Australia 27 21 51 39 54 192
6 Dániel Gyurta  Hungary 39 45 36 45 24 189
7 Thomas Shields  United States 15 12 18 54 57 9 21 186
8 Devon Myles Brown  South Africa 18 6 30 24 27 18 21 144
9 Paweł Korzeniowski  Poland 15 24 15 21 18 6 12 111
9 George Bovell  Trinidad and Tobago 30 6 12 15 6 18 15 9 111
11 Thomas Fraser-Holmes  Australia 39 33 36 108
12 Eugene Godsoe  United States 36 24 36 96
13 Michael Jamieson  United Kingdom 6 6 18 21 12 6 6 9 84
14 Ashley Delaney  Australia 30 30 6 6 9 81
14 Radosław Kawęcki  Poland 12 21 6 24 18 81
16 Anthony Ervin  United States 15 15 15 15 9 69
17 Dávid Verrasztó  Hungary 6 6 12 18 15 57
18 Steffen Deibler  Germany 18 27 6 51
18 Conor Dwyer  United States 24 27 51
20 Konrad Czerniak  Poland 12 6 6 9 9 6 48
20 Mitchell Larkin  Australia 6 12 15 15 48
22 Nicholas Santos  Brazil 6 9 30 45
22 Kosuke Hagino  Japan 45 45
24 Oussama Mellouli  Tunisia 18 15 9 42
24 Daiya Seto  Japan 12 24 6 42
24 Gregorio Paltrinieri  Italy 12 12 12 6 42
24 Fabio Scozzoli  Italy 21 21 42
28 Christian Sprenger  Australia 9 21 9 39
29 Yannick Agnel  France 24 12 36
30 Tyler Clary  United States 9 21 30
30 James Magnussen  Australia 21 9 30
30 Wang Shun  China 12 18 30

 

Overall WOMEN

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total
NED GER RUS UAE QAT SIN JPN CHN
1 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 121 (40) 81 (40) 102 90 105 96 84 81 840
2 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 30 27 21 57 39 54 27 33 288
3 Mireia Belmonte  Spain 15 42 (40) 33 39 18 27 24 42 280
4 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 12 12 42 42 51 12 30 27 228
5 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 39 33 30 21 45 (20) 188
6 Sarah Sjöström  Sweden 21 6 60 33 33 30 183
6 Emily Seebohm  Australia 33 30 42 36 21 21 183
8 Alicia Coutts  Australia 36 51 51 138
8 Lauren Boyle  New Zealand 36 30 24 24 24 138
10 Ranomi Kromowidjojo  Netherlands 42 (20) 24 24 24 134
11 Melanie Costa  Spain 9 12 18 27 27 15 9 15 132
12 Jeanette Ottesen  Denmark 36 21 36 129
13 Cate Campbell  Australia 24 24 36 84
14 Rūta Meilutytė  Lithuania 60 (20) 80
15 Sophie Allen  United Kingdom 18 9 18 12 6 15 78
16 Dorothea Brandt  Germany 15 15 9 6 15 9 69
17 Elizabeth Simmonds  United Kingdom 24 18 18 60
18 Tao Li  Singapore 9 15 15 9 9 57
18 Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 21 18 18 57
20 Emma McKeon  Australia 15 24 15 54
20 Rikke Møller Pedersen  Denmark 21 33 54
22 Sayaka Akase  Japan 18 12 21 51
23 Aya Terakawa  Japan 24 24 48
24 Miho Motegi  Japan 18 15 12 45
25 Miyu Otsuka  Japan 9 12 15 6 42
25 Aleksandra Urbanczyk  Poland 9 9 12 12 42
27 Inge Dekker  Netherlands 6 9 6 6 6 6 39
28 Zsuzsanna Jakabos  Hungary 15 18 33
29 Bronte Campbell  Australia 9 9 12 30
30 Ellen Gandy  Australia 15 15 30

 

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Ben

wait you can make money swimming?

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nope this is all fake money.

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