2023 Swimming World Cup Series Will Live Stream on YouTube

The upcoming World Aquatics Swimming World Cup Series will be live-streamed for free on YouTube to most of the world, World Aquatics told Swimwam on Monday.

The news comes after Recast, which was World Aquatics’ live streaming and on-demand replay partner, headed toward insolvency last week when a major investor pulled out of the project.

The 2023 World Aquatics World Cup Series will feature 3 stops, all in Europe:

2023 FINA World Cup Series:

  • October 6-8: Berlin, Germany
  • October 13-15: Athens, Greece
  • October 20-22: Budapest, Hungary

The 2023 series has already confirmed some big names as participants. That includes the anticipated returns to racing for Adam Peaty and Kristof Milak after both missed this summer’s World Championships.

Other names expected to compete include Beata NelsonSarah SjostromKylie MasseKaylee McKeownLani PallisterMichael AndrewNic FinkChad le ClosThomas Ceccon, and Dylan Carter.

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Fukuoka Gold
2 months ago


Why they selected Recast in the first place is baffling.

Must have been bribery, kickbacks, and corruption.

Hooked on Chlorine
2 months ago

A swim meet that fans all over the world can watch with ease (fingers crossed)?

Who stuffed up?

2 months ago

Is the Meet going to be long course or short course (meters)?

Alison England
Reply to  Eliswims
2 months ago


Reply to  Eliswims
2 months ago

lcm cuz olympic year

2 months ago

Per Hungarian arcticles Milák won’t return in Berlin, perhaps in Budapest.

Stephen Thomas
Reply to  MZ/X
2 months ago

World Aquatics have the competitors by event, up on their Website for Berlin!

2 months ago

Financial insolvency has finally brought about a bit of sanity and concern for fans, worldwide. PTL!

2 months ago

I read that Zhang Yufei will be competing at the Berlin stop. She is probably not going to be the lone chinese swimmer there. They have been absent from world cup swimming since the COVID era.

2 months ago

Common sense at last!

Alison England
2 months ago

Is that pic really Milak?

Reply to  Alison England
2 months ago

No. I believe that is Dylan Carter.

Reply to  JoeB
2 months ago

its carter

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