Previews & Recaps
The World Cup Series kicked off today in Chartres, France where those willing to travel, race and win can rake in some serious dough across each stop and the meet clusters as well.
2016 FINA WORLD CUP: CHARTRES-PARIS Friday, August 26th – Saturday, August 27th L’Odyssée – Chartres, France Prelims 3:30am EST/Finals 11:00am…
Kicking off the season at the 2016 FINA World Cup stop in Chartres, Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson swam the women’s 100 breaststroke in World Record fashion.
In a stellar start to the new season at the 2016 FINA World Cup stop in Chartres, Russian rocket Vlad Morozov blasted his way into the World Record books in the SCM 100 IM.
At the World Cup Series stop in Paris, Jeanette won 3 events in cluding the 50 free, 100 free, and 50 fly
Back in short course, where she’s been one of the best underwater breaststrokers in the world for more than half-a-decade, she’ll get some consolation from this win
Beim Weltcup 2016 führen bisher Katinka Hosszu (Ungarn) und Vladimir Morozov (Russland) die Gesamtwertung bei den Frauen und Männern an….
It’s a rare occurrence: Katinka Hosszu is not the highest money-earner on the FINA World Cup Series. After one stop, that title belongs to Russia’s Vladimir Morozov, who broke the 100 IM world record en route to a $19,000 weekend.
Katinka Hosszu is well on her way to a 6th-straight title on the FINA World Cup Series, leading all women by 53 points after the tour’s first stop in Paris, France.
Adam Barrett scores Britain’s first-ever sub-50-second 100m butterfly (short course).
With her 4 golds and 1 silver today, Hosszu added another $7,000 to her winnings, giving her a grand total of $13,000.