FINA Swimming World Cup Update, New Doha trailer

Video is courtesy of FINA.

Moscow is the next stop on the 2013 FINA World Cup Series, but Doha is doubling down, pumping out the promos.  In fact they’ve already produced a promo for the 12th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m),  the five-day competition December 3-7, 2014! See here:

THE 2013 FINA WORLD CUP SERIES SCHEDULE

Cluster One:

August 7-8: Eindhoven (NED) (COMPLETED)

Augsut 10-11: Berlin (GER) (COMPLETED)

Cluster Two:

October 12-13: Moscow (RUS) (NEXT TOUR STOP)

October 17-18: Dubai (UAE)

October 20-21: Doha (QAT)

Cluster Three:

November 4-6: Singapore (SIN)

November 9-10: Tokyo (JPN)

November 13-14: Beijing (CHN)

CASH PRIZES

Per event ($102,000 x 8 = $816,000)
Winners get $1,500
2nd place gets $1,000
3rd place gets $500

Per cluster ($200,000 + $300,000 + $300,000 = $800,000)

Top 20 men’s, then women’s, standings thus far:

# Athlete NED GER RUS UAE QAT SIN JPN CHN Total
R P R P R P R P R P R P R P R P *
1 Chad LE CLOS (RSA) 30 44 36 18 128
2 Vladimir MOROZOV (RUS) 33 0 42 12 87
3 Daniel GYURTA (HUN) 21 18 21 24 84
4 Roland SCHOEMAN (RSA) 21 0 36 0 57
5 Conor DWYER (USA) 24 0 27 0 51
6 Kenneth TO (AUS) 27 0 21 0 48
7 Steffen DEIBLER (GER) 18 0 27 0 45
Robert HURLEY (AUS) 21 0 24 0 45
9 Fabio SCOZZOLI (ITA) 21 0 21 0 42
10 Daiya SETO (JPN) 12 0 24 0 36
Yannick AGNEL (FRA) 24 0 12 0 36
George BOVELL (TRI) 18 12 6 0 36
13 Radoslaw KAWECKI (POL) 12 0 21 0 33
14 Tyler CLARY (USA) 9 0 21 0 30
James MAGNUSSEN (AUS) 21 0 9 0 30
Ashley DELANEY (AUS) 30 0 0 0 30
17
Thomas SHIELDS (USA) 15 0 12 0 27
18
Marco KOCH (GER) 9 0 15 0 24
  Gregorio PALTRINIERI (ITA) 12 0 12 0 24
Devon Myles BROWN (RSA) 18 0 6 0 24

*R: Rankings Points
*P: Performance Points

 

# Athlete NED GER RUS UAE QAT SIN JPN CHN Total
R P R P R P R P R P R P R P R P *
1 Katinka HOSSZU (HUN) 57 104 57 64 282
2 Mireia BELMONTE (ESP) 15 0 24 58 97
3 Ranomi KROMOWIDJOJO (NED) 24 38 24 0 86
4 Lauren BOYLE (NZL) 24 12 18 12 66
5 Emily SEEBOHM (AUS) 33 0 30 0 63
6 Jeanette OTTESEN GRAY (DEN) 36 0 21 0 57
Alia ATKINSON (JAM) 30 0 27 0 57
8 Rikke PEDERSEN (DEN) 21 0 33 0 54
9 Aya TERAKAWA (JPN) 24 0 24 0 48
10 Zsuzsanna JAKABOS (HUN) 15 0 18 0 33
11 Ellen GANDY (AUS) 15 0 15 0 30
12 Katerine SAVARD (CAN) 9 0 18 0 27
Sarah SJOESTROEM (SWE) 21 0 6 0 27
14 Daryna ZEVINA (UKR) 12 0 12 0 24
Belinda HOCKING (AUS) 15 0 9 0 24
16 Femke HEEMSKERK (NED) 0 0 21 0 21
Melanie COSTA SCHMIDT (ESP) 9 0 12 0 21
18 Rie KANETO (JPN) 9 0 9 0 18
Aleksandra URBANCZYK (POL) 9 0 9 0 18
20 Emma McKEON (AUS) 15 0 0 0 15

*R: Rankings Points
*P: Performance Points

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