Katinka Picks Up Another $5,500 in Stockholm Day 1 [Money Lists]

  2 Braden Keith | October 13th, 2012 | Featured, FINA World Cup Series, News

Katinka Hosszu continued to dominate the money table, running her total to $27,500. If she continues her consistent $5,500 a day, by the end of this series she’ll be looking at $77,000 for two months’ worth of work, plus some big overall series money that it looks like she’s destined for.

Japan’s Daiya Seto had another good day himself, with a win and two runner-up finishes for another $3,500. Generally speaking, though, the rich (literally) got richer on the first day in Stockholm, as nobody new really plowed their way too far up the money list.

Money table, ordered by Stockholm $

 Day 1 Stockholm Total
Katinka HosszuHungary$5,500$27,500
Daiya SetoJapan$3,500$14,500
Bobby HurleyAustralia$3,000$10,500
Therese AlshammarSweden$2,500$11,500
Zsu JakabosHungary$2,500$11,500
Kenneth ToAustralia$2,000$7,750
Britta SteffenGermany$1,500$7,500
Rachel GohAustralia$1,500$6,500
George BovellTrinidad & Tobago$1,500$5,500
Melissa IngramNew Zealand$1,500$5,500
Glenn SnydersNew Zealand$1,500$4,500
Marco KochGermany$1,500$4,500
Tommaso D’OrsognaAustralia$1,500$4,250
Ruta MeilutyteLithuania$1,500$1,500
Kazuya KanedaJapan$1,500$1,500
Matt TargettAustralia$1,500$1,500
Jennie JohanssonSweden$1,000$7,000
Stanislav DonetsRussia$1,000$6,500
Laszlo CsehHungary$1,000$4,000
Jason DunfordKenya$1,000$3,500
Kyle RichardsonAustralia$1,000$2,000
Lote FriisDenmark$1,000$1,000
Joao Gomes JrBrazil$1,000$1,000
Ingvild SnildalNorway$1,000$1,000
Magdalena KurasSweden$1,000$1,000
Sophie AllenGreat Britain$1,000$1,000
Paul BiedermannGermany$1,000$1,000
Ashley DelaneyAustralia$500$3,000
Evgeny KorotyshkinRussia$500$2,500
Tom ShieldsUSA$500$2,000
Hannah MileyGreat Britain$500$500
Alex HetlandNorway$500$500
Rie KanetoJapan$500$500
Gal NevoIsrael$500$500
Emilia PikarainenFinland$500$500
Fabiola MolinaBrazil$500$500
Marcos OliveiraBrazil$500$500
Jessica HardyUSA$500$500
Neil VersfeldSouth Africa$500$500
Daryna ZevinaUkraine$0$7,500
Chad le ClosSouth Africa$0$7,000
Fumiko KawanabeJapan$0$7,000
Darian TownsendSouth Africa$0$6,500
Cameron van Der BurghSouth Africa$0$6,000
Inge DekkerNetherlands$0$5,500
Anthony ErvinUSA$0$4,500
Joline HostmanSweden$0$4,000
Michelle ColemanSweden$0$4,000
Noriko InadaJapan$0$3,500
Roland SchoemanSouth Africa$0$3,500
Sean MahoneyUSA$0$3,500
Sze Hang YuHong Kong$0$3,500
Kosuke HaginoJapan$0$3,000
Radoslaw KaweckiPoland$0$3,000
Gergo KisHungary$0$2,500
Tanja SmidSlovenia$0$2,500
Kathryn MeaklimSouth Africa$0$1,500
Kecheng WangChina$0$1,500
Anna DzerkalUkraine$0$1,000
Chaosheng HuangChina$0$1,000
David BrandlAustria$0$1,000
Gullio ZorziSouth Africa$0$1,000
Sergii FrolovUkraine$0$500
Spela BohincSlovenia$0$500
Velimir StjepanovicSerbia$0$500
Chan Kin LokHong Kong$0$500

Money table, ordered by total money

 Day 1 Stockholm Total
Katinka HosszuHungary$5,500$27,500
Daiya SetoJapan$3,500$14,500
Therese AlshammarSweden$2,500$11,500
Zsu JakabosHungary$2,500$11,500
Bobby HurleyAustralia$3,000$10,500
Kenneth ToAustralia$2,000$7,750
Britta SteffenGermany$1,500$7,500
Daryna ZevinaUkraine$0$7,500
Jennie JohanssonSweden$1,000$7,000
Chad le ClosSouth Africa$0$7,000
Fumiko KawanabeJapan$0$7,000
Rachel GohAustralia$1,500$6,500
Stanislav DonetsRussia$1,000$6,500
Darian TownsendSouth Africa$0$6,500
Cameron van Der BurghSouth Africa$0$6,000
George BovellTrinidad & Tobago$1,500$5,500
Melissa IngramNew Zealand$1,500$5,500
Inge DekkerNetherlands$0$5,500
Glenn SnydersNew Zealand$1,500$4,500
Marco KochGermany$1,500$4,500
Anthony ErvinUSA$0$4,500
Tommaso D’OrsognaAustralia$1,500$4,250
Laszlo CsehHungary$1,000$4,000
Joline HostmanSweden$0$4,000
Michelle ColemanSweden$0$4,000
Jason DunfordKenya$1,000$3,500
Noriko InadaJapan$0$3,500
Roland SchoemanSouth Africa$0$3,500
Sean MahoneyUSA$0$3,500
Sze Hang YuHong Kong$0$3,500
Ashley DelaneyAustralia$500$3,000
Kosuke HaginoJapan$0$3,000
Radoslaw KaweckiPoland$0$3,000
Evgeny KorotyshkinRussia$500$2,500
Gergo KisHungary$0$2,500
Tanja SmidSlovenia$0$2,500
Kyle RichardsonAustralia$1,000$2,000
Tom ShieldsUSA$500$2,000
Ruta MeilutyteLithuania$1,500$1,500
Kazuya KanedaJapan$1,500$1,500
Matt TargettAustralia$1,500$1,500
Kathryn MeaklimSouth Africa$0$1,500
Kecheng WangChina$0$1,500
Lote FriisDenmark$1,000$1,000
Joao Gomes JrBrazil$1,000$1,000
Ingvild SnildalNorway$1,000$1,000
Magdalena KurasSweden$1,000$1,000
Sophie AllenGreat Britain$1,000$1,000
Paul BiedermannGermany$1,000$1,000
Anna DzerkalUkraine$0$1,000
Chaosheng HuangChina$0$1,000
David BrandlAustria$0$1,000
Gullio ZorziSouth Africa$0$1,000
Hannah MileyGreat Britain$500$500
Alex HetlandNorway$500$500
Rie KanetoJapan$500$500
Gal NevoIsrael$500$500
Emilia PikarainenFinland$500$500
Fabiola MolinaBrazil$500$500
Marcos OliveiraBrazil$500$500
Jessica HardyUSA$500$500
Neil VersfeldSouth Africa$500$500
Sergii FrolovUkraine$0$500
Spela BohincSlovenia$0$500
Velimir StjepanovicSerbia$0$500
Chan Kin LokHong Kong$0$500

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  1. Boss says:
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    Kenneth To is actually on $8250 and Tommaso Dorsogna on $4750 as they split $2500 (1st and 2nd) prize money when they deadheaded in Doha

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