Hosszu, Dwyer top money-earners from Mesa stop of Arena Pro Swim Series

Conor Dwyer and Katinka Hosszu were the major money-earners at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, each pocketing upwards of $3,000.

According to Arena Pro Swim Series rules, athletes can only earn money in Olympic-distance individual races, so the lists at the bottom of this article do not include the men’s 800 free, women’s 1500 free or any relay events.

Hosszu led all swimmers with $4,400 earned in Mesa. That included 3 wins (worth $1000 apiece), 2 runner-up finishes (each worth $600) and a third-place showing (worth $200).

Dwyer, meanwhile, led the men with $3000 earned, and he also cracked the $10,000 barrier in total earnings for the season. Dwyer leads the men’s point standings and is in line for another $10,000 bonus if he finishes the series in first.

Hosszu made up major ground, but Elizabeth Beisel still leads the women’s points. Beisel didn’t make any money in Mesa, but has rolled up $7,700 so far this season.

Arena Pro Swim Series, Mesa – Money Earned

*Note: Athletes maintaining high school or college eligibility have restrictions on the amount of money they can receive. These lists track “money earned,” not necessarily “money accepted.” Amateur athletes are marked with an (A).

Men

Name Mesa earnings Series Total
Conor Dwyer $3,000 $10,600
Ryan Lochte $2,800 $4,000
Tyler Clary $2,400 $7,400
Michael Phelps $2,200 $2,200
Michael McBroom $2,000 $4,200
Arkady Vyatchanin $2,000 $3,600
Carlos Claverie (A) $2,000 $2,000
Josh Schneider $1,000 $1,200
Louis Croenen $1,000 $1,000
Nick Norman (A) $600 $1,000
Matt Grevers $600 $2,400
Azad Al-Barazi $600 $600
Renzo Tjon-a-Joe (A) $600 $600
Carl Mickelson $600 $600
BJ Johnson $200 $1,800
Mike Alexandrov $200 $1,000
Jacob Pebley (A) $200 $400
Grant Shoults (A) $200 $400
Michael Klueh $200 $800
Tom Shields $200 $200
Sean Grieshop (A) $200 $200
Jasper Aerents $200 $200
David Plummer $200 $200
Marcelo Acosta (A) $200 $200

Women

Name Mesa Earnings Series Total
Katinka Hosszu $4,400 $7,000
Katie Ledecky (A) $3,000 $7,000
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace $2,000 $5,200
Katie Meili $1,600 $1,800
Kirsty Coventry $1,600 $1,600
Caitlin Leverenz $1,200 $7,000
Breeja Larson $1,200 $2,400
Lotte Friis $1,200 $1,200
Cammile Adams $1,000 $1,200
Allison Schmitt $1,000 $1,000
Kelsi Worrell (A) $1,000 $1,000
Katie McLaughlin (A) $800 $3,100
Alia Atkinson $600 $1,600
Claire Donahue $600 $600
Simone Manuel (A) $600 $600
Katie Hoff $200 $400
Micah Lawrence $200 $1,200
Taylor Ruck (A) $200 $400
Natalie Coughlin $200 $800
Kristel Kobrich $200 $800
Vien Ngyuen $200 $200
Iryna Glavnyk $200 $200
Abbey Weitzeil (A) $200 $200

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