European Championships Money Table Day 4: Hugo Gonzalez, James Guy Rise to 2nd

2021 LEN EUROPEAN AQUATICS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Kliment Kolesnikov didn’t earn any additional money on day 4 of the European Championships, but even so, he still holds a more than 20,000 euro over the rest of the field. As has been the case since the first day of the meet, Kolesnikov built his lead thanks to the 20,000 euro bonus he receives for breaking the World Record in the men’s 50 backstroke twice. As the only World Record breaker of the meet, Kolesnikov has a massive lead.

Hugo Gonzalez and James Guy both made significant moves on Day 4, rising up to tie for 2nd behind Kolesnikov. Gonzalez picked up a win in the men’s 200 IM, granting him 2,000 euros. James Guy, on the other hand, hasn’t earned any money from individual performances, rather, the entirety of his 4,500 euros has come from relays and the bonuses associated with them.

Britain’s Kathleen Dawson is now the leading women’s earner, thanks to her performance in the mixed medley relay. Dawson has risen above Netherlands’ Ranomi Kromowidjojo, who had been the leading women’s earner through the first 3 days of the meet.

As always, the data in the table below was provided by SwimSwam’s Barry Revzin.

Name Country Individual Relay Bonus Total
Kliment Kolesnikov Russia 4000 875 20000 24875
Hugo Gonzalez Spain 4500 0 0 4500
James Guy Great Britain 0 3250 1250 4500
Adam Peaty Great Britain 2000 875 1250 4125
Arno Kamminga Netherlands 3000 750 0 3750
Kathleen Dawson Great Britain 1500 875 1250 3625
Robert Glinta Romania 3500 0 0 3500
Kira Toussaint Netherlands 2000 1500 0 3500
Katinka Hosszu Hungary 3500 0 0 3500
Anna Hopkin Great Britain 0 1750 1250 3000
Martin Malyutin Russia 2000 875 0 2875
Alessandro Miressi Italy 1500 1250 0 2750
Ranomi Kromowidjojo Netherlands 2000 750 0 2750
Freya Anderson Great Britain 1000 1750 0 2750
Aleksandr Shchegolev Russia 0 2375 0 2375
Thomas Dean Great Britain 0 2375 0 2375
Marie Wattel France 1750 625 0 2375
Federica Pellegrini Italy 1500 750 0 2250
Anastasiya Kirpichnikova Russia 1500 625 0 2125
Mykhailo Romanchuk Ukraine 2000 0 0 2000
Anton Chupkov Russia 2000 0 0 2000
Kristóf Milák Hungary 2000 0 0 2000
Barbora Seemanová Czech Republic 2000 0 0 2000
Simona Quadarella Italy 2000 0 0 2000
Sophie Hansson Sweden 2000 0 0 2000
Boglárka Kapás Hungary 2000 0 0 2000
Andrey Minakov Russia 1000 875 0 1875
Anna Ntountounaki Greece 1750 0 0 1750
Abbie Wood Great Britain 0 1750 0 1750
Anna Egorova Russia 1000 625 0 1625
Felix Auböck Austria 1500 0 0 1500
Gregorio Paltrinieri Italy 1500 0 0 1500
Federico Burdisso Italy 1500 0 0 1500
Jérémy Desplanches Switzerland 1500 0 0 1500
Matthew Richards Great Britain 0 1500 0 1500
Duncan Scott Great Britain 0 1500 0 1500
Aleksandr Krasnykh Russia 0 1500 0 1500
Arianna Castiglioni Italy 1500 0 0 1500
Femke Heemskerk Netherlands 0 1500 0 1500
Stefano Ballo Italy 0 1375 0 1375
Stefano Di Cola Italy 0 1375 0 1375
Margherita Panziera Italy 0 1375 0 1375
Pernille Blume Denmark 1250 0 0 1250
Katarzyna Wasick Poland 1250 0 0 1250
Viktória Mihályvári-Farkas Hungary 1250 0 0 1250
Aimee Willmott Great Britain 1250 0 0 1250
Danas Rapšys Lithuania 1000 0 0 1000
Domenico Acerenza Italy 1000 0 0 1000
James Wilby Great Britain 1000 0 0 1000
Erik Persson Sweden 1000 0 0 1000
Tamás Kenderesi Hungary 1000 0 0 1000
Alberto Razzetti Italy 1000 0 0 1000
Maaike de Waard Netherlands 1000 0 0 1000
Martina Carraro Italy 1000 0 0 1000
Louise Hansson Sweden 1000 0 0 1000
Svetlana Chimrova Russia 1000 0 0 1000
Vladislav Grinev Russia 0 875 0 875
Mikhail Vekovishchev Russia 0 875 0 875
Lucy Hope Great Britain 0 875 0 875
Marrit Steenbergen Netherlands 0 750 0 750
Nyls Korstanje Netherlands 0 750 0 750
Lorenzo Zazzeri Italy 0 625 0 625
Thomas Ceccon Italy 0 625 0 625
Manuel Frigo Italy 0 625 0 625
Matteo Ciampi Italy 0 625 0 625
Marco De Tullio Italy 0 625 0 625
Charlotte Bonnet France 0 625 0 625
Anouchka Martin France 0 625 0 625
Assia Touati France 0 625 0 625
Nicolo Martinenghi Italy 0 625 0 625
Elena di Liddo Italy 0 625 0 625
Apostolos Christou Greece 500 0 0 500
Yohann Ndoye Brouard France 500 0 0 500

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Foreign Embassy
2 months ago

How does it work when ncaa swimmers win prize money? They keep it in a trust? Or have to donate it? Or …?

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Reply to  Foreign Embassy
2 months ago

They can keep a certain amount up to covering actual expenses – and with the money given out here, that’s pretty easy to justify.

In some regards it can depend on the meet. It’s not hard for foreign athletes to hide their prize money – the NCAA doesn’t really have the power to reach out into finances of foreign athletes. At least one federation has started warning their athletes that they can’t dodge taxes on prize money “because it will be all over SwimSwam.”

It’s pretty well accepted that foreign athletes have ways of taking their prize money beyond what’s allowed and not getting caught by the NCAA. Some choose to play by the book, others don’t.

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