2016 FINA World Cup Moscow
- Saturday, September 3 – Sunday, September 4, 2016
- Olimpiyskiy Swimming Pool, Moscow, Russia
- Short course – 25m
- Points after Berlin
- Money after Berlin
- Entry Lists
- Live stream
- Live results
The last day of the first FINA World Cup Cluster kicked off today in Moscow, Russia, with day 2 prelims.
Top seed in the 50m women’s breaststroke is Katie Meili (USA) in 29,81 ahead of Yuliya Efimova (RUS) in 30,26. USA’s Breeja Larson came in with the 3rd fastest time in 31,05.
Top-seeded in the men’s 100m breast is Kirill Prigoda (RUS), he finished in 58,73, second fastest into the final is Felipe Lima in 58,74. Michael Andrew finished in 1:01,57, that is the 17th place. At the Chartres World Cup, he clocked a 59,31 in finals.
Andrei Shabasov (RUS) took the top spot for the men’s 50m backstroke final with a 23,95 ahead of Vladimir Morozov (RUS) in 23,97.
Kirill Prigoda (RUS) finished with the top time this morning in the 200m IM in 1:58,59 ahead of another breaststroke specialist, Germany’s Marco Koch in 2:00,25. Michael Andrew ranked 9th after prelims in 2:04,31, he finished in 2:06,08 at the Chartres World Cup.
Anastasiia Kripichnikova (RUS) set the fastest time in the women’s 400m freestyle in 4:09,59, followed by Katinka Hosszu (HUN) in 4:11,18. Hosszu fastest 400m free result during the World Cup series 2016 so far is a 4:02,82 she swam in Chartres.
Maxim Lobanovskii (RUS) touched in 21,52 in the 50m freestyle for the #1 seed for finals. Vladmimir Morozov (RUS) will be in the second seed tonight in 21,54. Michael Andrew took the 5th spot for tonight’s final in 22,12.
Top-seeded in the women’s 100m IM is Katinka Hosszu (HUN) she finished in 58,94 ahead of USA’s Katie Meili in 59,80. Katie Meili set a new American record in the 100m IM in Berlin with a time of 58,02.
16-year old Kliment Kolesnikov (RUS) touched in 1:56,66 in the 200m backstroke for the #1 seed for finals. Bobby Hurley (AUS) will be in the second seed tonight in 1:57,69 .
Jeanette Ottesen (DEN) took the top spot for the women’s 50m butterfly final with a 26,51 ahead of Emily Seebohm (AUS) in 26,52. USA’s Katie Meili came in 4th in 26,64. It is interesting that more and more swimmers enter many events in addition to their fastest strokes at the World Cup series – like Katinka Hosszu has done for many years now.
FINA World Cup Schedule 2016
August 26-27 – Chartres (FRA)Doha (QAT)
August 30-31 – Berlin (GER) -September 1 – Dubai (UAE)
September 03-04 – Moscow (RUS)
September 30 – October 1 – Beijing (CHN)
October 4-5– Dubai (UAE)
October 8-9 – Doha (QAT)
October 21-22 – Singapore (SIN)
October 25-26 – Tokyo (JPN)
October 29-30 – Hong Kong (HKG)