Cate Campbell Overtakes Katinka Hosszu For World Cup Lead In Jinan

2019 FINA WORLD CUP #2 – JINAN, CHINA

  • Thursday, August 8th – Sunday, August 10th
  • Natatorium of the Jinan Olympic Sport Centre, Jingshi Donglu, Lixia District, Jinan, China
  • LCM
  • Heats at 9am local (9pm night before EDT)/Finals at 8pm local (8am EDT)
  • Results

Cate Campbell has overtaken Katinka Hosszu for the women’s World Cup point lead after the Jinan stop. Vladimir Morozov continues to lead for the men.

Campbell scored 60 points in Jinan to make up what was a 9-point Hosszu lead after the tour’s first stop in Tokyo. Campbell’s 60 points are the most scored in a single meet by any athlete so far this season. Hosszu scored 48 in Jinan, six fewer than she scored in Tokyo, and Campell now leads by 3.

Morozov has been rock-solid consistent on the men’s side. Scoring 48 points in both Tokyo and Jinan, he now leads by 9 points over American Andrew Wilson

This week’s Singapore World Cup will cap off the opening cluster. The points leaders at that point will earn $50,000 each as a cluster bonus, and the top 8 swimmers in each cluster will earn sizable bonuses. You can see the full point and prize money format here.

Top 10 Women After Jinan

Rank Country Family Name First Name  Total Tokyo (JPN) Jinan (CHN) Singapore (SGP)
1 Australia – AUS CAMPBELL Cate 105 45 60
2 Hungary – HUN HOSSZU Katinka 102 54 48
3 Australia – AUS SEEBOHM Emily 63 36 27
4 Sweden – SWE COLEMAN Michelle 45 18 27
5 Jamaica – JAM ATKINSON Alia 36 12 24
6 Australia – AUS BARRATT Holly 33 12 21
7 Hungary – HUN JAKABOS Zsuzsanna 33 6 27
8 People's Republic of China – CHN LIU Xiang 30 0 30

Top 10 Men After Jinan

Rank Country Family Name First Name Total Tokyo (JPN) Jinan (CHN) Singapore (SGP)
1 Russian Federation – RUS MOROZOV Vladimir 96 48 48
2 United States of America – USA WILSON Andrew 87 42 45
3 Australia – AUS LARKIN Mitch 72 36 36
4 Lithuania – LTU RAPSYS Danas 66 24 42
5 Hungary – HUN SZABO Szebasztian 51 21 30
6 United States of America – USA ANDREW Michael 48 21 27
7 Japan – JPN KOSEKI Yasuhiro 42 42 0
8 Australia – AUS FRASER-HOLMES Thomas 33 9 24

Full points rankings of all athletes after Jinan here.

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Superfan

I am confused. How do they get points? By place? I thought it was by FINA points? Guess I am wrong!

Scott Morgan

Go Cate!

Verram

wow im surprised Andrew Wilson has more points than mitch larkin.. I thought mitch larkin swims more events than Andrew Wilson?

Boknows34

I think FINA changed their World Cup rules recently so that only a swimmer’s Top 3 scoring events counts towards their points total.

Yozhik

The only things needed to overtake Hosszu at the meet of low level competition, that World Cup actually is, are the following: – to win three events, because only three wins counts. That brings 36 points. It won’t be enough yet since Hosszu has always two IM events and she has no problem to find one more depending on how weak the field is based on the entry times. That can be anything from breaststroke to 800 because the contenders are mostly local swimmers. – to show one decent race in terms of FINA points. That can give another 24 points, totaling in 60 points overall at particular world cup stop. Cate found 50fly in addition to her two signature… Read more »

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