FINA World Cup Money List: Dubai, Day 1

Braden Keith
by Braden Keith 0

October 02nd, 2012 News

With three event wins in four swims on the first day of the first stop of the 2012 FINA World Cup Series in Dubai today, Katinka Hosszu has roared to the top of the money table. Her results include an extra $500 in her final event of the day, the 200 backstroke, which is little more than an afterthought in her typical event schedule, so getting that sort of cash out of it is a nice little bonus for her.

The only other swimmer to win the equivalent of over two event victories is Japan’s Daiya Seto, who won the 400 IM, then placed 2nd in both the 200 fly and the 200 breaststroke – further highlighting his versatility.

Among the Americans, both Anthony Ervin ($1,000 for 2nd in the 100 free) and Sean Mahoney ($500 for 3rd in the 200 breast) picked up some cash on the first day.

Note that no cash prizes are given out for the mixed medleys.

Katinka Hosszu Hungary $5,000
Daiya Seto Japan $3,500
Kenneth To Australia $3,000
Therese Alshammar Sweden $3,000
Chad le Clos South Africa $2,500
Daryna Zevina Ukraine $2,000
Zsuzsanna Jakabos Hungary $1,500
Sze Hang Yu Hong Kong $1,500
Cameron van Der Burgh South Africa $1,500
Jennie Johansson Sweden $1,500
Inge Dekker Netherlands $1,500
Stanislav Donets Russia $1,500
Rachel Goh Australia $1,500
Kosuke Hagino Japan $1,500
Marco Koch Germany $1,500
Jason Dunford Kenya $1,500
Tanja Smid Slovenia $1,000
Anthony Ervin USA $1,000
Roland Schoeman South Africa $1,000
Gullio Zorzi South Africa $1,000
Fumiko Kawanabe Japan $1,000
Laszlo Cseh Hungary $1,000
Ashley Delaney Australia $1,000
Noriko Inada Japan $1,000
Bobby Hurley Australia $1,000
Britta Steffen Germany $1,000
George Bovell Trinidad & Tobago $1,000
Melissa Ingram New Zealand $1,000
Glenn Snyders New Zealand $500
Joline Hostman Sweden $500
Chaosheng Huang China $500
Radoslaw Kawecki Poland $500
Michelle Coleman Sweden $500
Velimir Stjepanovic Serbia $500
Anna Dzerkal Ukraine $500
Kecheng Wang China $500
Sean Mahoney USA $500
Darian Townsend South Africa $500

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Braden Keith is the Editor-in-Chief and a co-founder of He first got his feet wet by building The Swimmers' Circle beginning in January 2010, and now comes to SwimSwam to use that experience and help build a new leader in the sport of swimming. Aside from his life on the InterWet, …

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