Several events had 8 or fewer participants on day 1 in Doha, which meant prelims were unnecessary. Michael Andrew’s races too place, however, with the American claiming 2 top seeds.
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Germany’s 2015 World Champion Marco Koch is on the move, changing up clubs less than 2 years out from Tokyo.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Russia’s Vlad Morozov lead the overall money standings through the first stop of the first cluster of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series. Doha begins on Thursday of this week.
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Watch 3 of the big races that took place in Kazan tonight in the last session of the first World Cup stop.
Blake Pieroni made things happen tonight in the 200m free, while Sarah Sjostrom, Anton Chupkov and Andrii Govorov wreaked havoc on the World Cup Record standings.
Anton Chupkov is becoming automatic in the men’s 200 breaststroke, notching another impressive effort in Kazan.
Andrii Govorov got his hands on the wall first in the men’s 50 fly tonight in Kazan, notching a new World Cup Record in the process.
Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom collected her 3rd World Cup Record in just the 1st stop of the 2018 series.
Ippei Watanabe, Kanako Watanabe and Katsuhiro Matsumoto racked up additional wins on the final night of the 94th Japanese Student Swimming Championships.
Ukrainian World Record holder Andrii Govorov is looking to erase the World Cup Record in the 50m fly, already coming within .05 of the mark this morning.
American Michael Andrew has been on a tear in Kazan, making his mark on the first stop of the 2018 World Cup series.