Mare Nostrum: Full Series Prize Money Breakdown

2019 Mare Nostrum Tour

  • Monaco – Sat. June 8 – Sun. June 9
  • Canet-en-Roussillon, France – Tue. June 11 – Wed. June 12
  • Barcelona, Spain – Sat. June 15 – Sun. June 16
  • Tour website

Prize Money Breakdown

Prize money at all three stops is given based on FINA point swims – the top swimmers at each stop are the swimmers with the highest single FINA points score for an individual event.

Full Series

In order to earn the full-series prizes, a swimmer must compete at all three stops. Four men and four women will earn overall series bonuses:

  • Top FINA points swim: €7000
  • 2nd FINA points swim: €2000
  • 3rd FINA points swim: €1000
  • 4th FINA points swim: €500

Monaco

Individual Olympic events:

  • 1st: €350
  • 2nd: €200
  • 3rd: €100

Multiround stroke 50s – Speed Tournament:

  • 1st: €600
  • 2nd: €300

Other:

  • First World record (must be in finals, or semifinals or finals in the stroke 50s): €15000
  • European record: €3000
  • Mare Nostrum series record: €750
  • Monaco meet record: €600

Canet

Individual events:

  • 1st: €350
  • 2nd: €200
  • 3rd: €100

FINA point ranking (male & female combined):

  • Top FINA points swim: €4000
  • 2nd FINA points swim: €2500
  • 3rd: €1500
  • 4th: €1000
  • 5th: €750
  • 6th-10th: €600
  • 11th-15th: €500
  • 16th-20th: €400

Other:

  • First World record: €20,000
  • First European record: €2500
  • Mare Nostrum series record: €750

Barcelona

Individual events:

  • 1st: €350
  • 2nd: €200
  • 3rd: €100

FINA points score:

  • Highest male & female FINA points swim: €600

Other:

  • World record: €9000
  • European record: €1500
  • Mare Nostrum series record: €750
  • Barcelona meet record: €300

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