McKeon And Shields Win Budapest World Cup, Sates Secures Series-Wide Lead

2021 FINA WORLD CUP STOP #2 – BUDAPEST

Rank Country Name Total Points Points (Berlin) Prize Money (Berlin) Points (Budapest) Prize Money (Budapest) Overall Prize Money
1
AUS
Emma
MCKEON
114.1
55.8
$10,000
58.3
$12000 $22,000
2
NED
Kira
TOUSSAINT
110.9
52.8
$5,500
58.1
$10000 $15,500
3
AUS
Madison
WILSON
101.3
50.6
$5,400
50.7
$5500 $10,900
4
AUS
Holly
BARRATT
92.4
44.5
$5,100
47.9
$5000 $10,100
5
SWE
Michelle
COLEMAN
91.3
43.2
$4,800
48.1
$5100 $9,900
6
SUI
Maria
UGOLKOVA
89.3
33.3
56
$8000 $8,000
7
HUN
Zsuzsanna
JAKABOS
87.7
41.5
$4,600
46.2
$4800 $9,400
8
SLO
Katja
FAIN
86.6
44.4
$5,000
42.2
$4300 $9,300
9
USA
Lydia
JACOBY
86.1
43.1
$4,700
43
$4500 $9,200
10
USA
Linnea
MACK
85.4
38
$4,300
47.4
$4900 $9,200
11
GER
Isabel
GOSE
83.5
33.9
49.6
$5400 $5,400
12
NED
Maaike
DE WAARD
83.2
39.5
$4,400
43.7
$4600 $9,000
13
AUS
Minna
ATHERTON
74.4
25.1
49.3
$5300 $5,300
14
USA
Cavan
GORMSEN
71.5
35.6
$4,100
35.9
$4100 $8,200
15
USA
Leah
HAYES
69.8
44.3
$4,900
25.5
$4,900
16
USA
Erin
GEMMELL
65
26.2
38.8
$4200 $4,200
17
USA
Charlotte
HOOK
59.4
35
$4,000
24.4
$4,000
18
ISR
Anastasia
GORBENKO
57.1
57.1
$12,000
$12,000
19
AUS
Leah
NEALE
56.1
13.7
42.4
$4400 $4,400
20
CAN
Margaret
MACNEIL
54.6
54.6
$8,000
$8,000

Men Individual Ranking 2021 Following Budapest

Rank Country Name Total Points Points (Berlin) Prize Money (Berlin) Points (Budapest) Prize Money (Budapest) Overall Prize Money
1
RSA
Matthew
SATES
115.7
58.2
$12,000
57.5
$10,000 $22,000
2
USA
Tom
SHIELDS
114.3
56.2
$8,000
58.1
$12,000 $20,000
3
NED
Arno
KAMMINGA
113.8
57.8
$10,000
56
$8,000 $18,000
4
AUS
Kyle
CHALMERS
111.4
55.7
$5,500
55.7
$6,000 $11,500
5
LTU
Danas
RAPSYS
99.3
51.4
$5,300
47.9
$5,100 $10,400
6
GER
Fabian
SCHWINGENSCHLOGL
97.7
49
$5,200
48.7
$5,200 $10,400
7
HUN
Szebasztian
SZABO
94.9
48.7
$5,100
46.2
$4,900 $10,000
8
ISR
Yakov
TOUMARKIN
93.9
47.3
$5,000
46.6
$5,000 $10,000
9
HUN
Hubert
KOS
93.3
44.5
$4,900
48.8
$5,300 $10,200
10
NED
Jesse
PUTS
84.2
43.2
$4,800
41
$4,700 $9,500
11
RUS
Vladimir
MOROZOV
77.1
28.3
48.8
$5,400 $5,400
12
SLO
Peter
STEVENS
75.1
35.6
$4,200
39.5
$4,600 $8,800
13
NED
Luc
KROON
74.4
38.2
$4,600
36.2
$4,100 $8,700
14
USA
Quintin
MCCARTY
74.1
37.7
$4,500
36.4
$4,200 $8,700
15
BEL
Louis
CROENEN
72.5
35.7
$4,300
36.8
$4,300 $8,600
16
LTU
Andrius
SIDLAUSKAS
72.4
34
$4,000
38.4
$4,500 $8,500
17
AUS
Matthew
TEMPLE
70.7
36.7
$4,400
34
$4,000 $8,400
18
USA
Blake
PIERONI
67.8
42.6
$4,700
25.2
$4,700
19
RSA
Bradley
TANDY
65.4
34.8
$4,100
30.6
$4,100
20
GER
Florian
WELLBROCK
62.7
32.7
30
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mc2
1 month ago

Have they confirmed which of the top athletes are continuing in Doha?

McKeown-Hodges-McKeon-Campbell
Reply to  mc2
1 month ago

not mckeon. she’s taking the rest of the month off, as per her insta story a few days ago

mc2
Reply to  McKeown-Hodges-McKeon-Campbell
1 month ago

That’s potentially leaving 100K on the table…

Sub13
Reply to  mc2
1 month ago

Meh. I’m sure she doesn’t need it. While I haven’t really seen her cash in on a major ad campaign yet, I’m certain she will have no issues with money given the whole “most successful Australian Olympian ever” thing.

Christina O
Reply to  Sub13
1 month ago

Oh she only a gets A$20000 for her Olympic efforts. They award the best effort per athlete not per medal 🙁

Admin
Reply to  mc2
1 month ago

They have not.

Nick
Reply to  mc2
1 month ago

Coleman and Toussaint are confirmed via Instagram

Masters swimmer
1 month ago

Hope Tom Shields continues his winning streak at the next World Cup stops. Smart of him to show up, race, and win the prize money.

mc2
Reply to  Masters swimmer
1 month ago

That’s a decent pay cheque for a weeks of swimming