Miley, Miller lead money-earners from Orlando Pro Swim Series

Hannah Miley swooped in from Scotland to lead all money-earners at the Orlando stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, while American Cody Miller was the big money-maker on the men’s side.

Miley earned $3200 in Orlando thanks to six different top-3 finishes. Miley won two races (the 200 free and 400 IM) and added a second-place and three thirds. Despite not swimming either of the previous two Pro Swim Series events, Miley rocketed to 6th on the total money-earned list for the tour.

Miller, meanwhile, swept the breaststroke events and also earned a check with a 3rd-place 200 IM finish. That netted him $2200, the most of any man in Orlando.

The full money-earners list for the Arena Pro Swim Series is below. The series reached its halfway point this weekend, with three more stops this spring and summer.

Note that these are money earned lists, not necessarily money accepted. Athletes maintaining amateurism status in order to compete in high school or the NCAA are marked with an “A.”

Women’s Money List

Name Total Money Orlando Money
Elizabeth Beisel $7,700 $1,000
Caitlin Leverenz $5,800 $2,200
Dominique Bouchard $5,400 $1,800
Katie Ledecky (A) $4,000 $0
Melanie Margalis $3,800 $1,600
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace $3,200 $2,600
Hannah Miley $3,200 $3,200
Katinka Hosszu $2,600 $0
Katie McLaughlin (A) $2,300 $0
Beata Nelson (A) $2,000 $0
Margo Geer $2,000 $0
Audrey Lacroix $2,000 $2,000
Shannon Vreeland $1,600 $0
Molly Hannis (A) $1,600 $1,600
Kierra Smith (A) $1,200 $0
Maya DiRado $1,200 $0
Breeja Larson $1,200 $0
Megan Romano $1,000 $0
Micah Lawrence $1,000 $0
Noemi Thomas (A) $1,000 $0
Cassidy Bayer (A) $1,000 $0
Farida Osman (A) $1,000 $0
Alia Atkinson $1,000 $1,000
Andreina Pinto $1,000 $1,000
Hilda Luthersdottir $800 $0
Victoria Poon $800 $800
Mie Nielsen $800 $800
Karlee Bispo $600 $0
Zoe Avestruz (A) $600 $0
Brooke Zeiger (A) $600 $0
Becca Mann (A) $600 $0
Marina Garcia (A) $600 $0
Kaylin Burchell (A) $600 $0
Natalie Coughlin $600 $0
Sam Cheverton $600 $600
Kristel Kobrich $600 $600
Hilary Caldwell $600 $600
Amanda Weir $600 $600
Katie Hoff $200 $0
Danielle Nack (A) $200 $0
Lindsay Vrooman $200 $0
Kiera Janzen (A) $200 $0
Karlee Bispo $200 $0
Taylor Ruck (A) $200 $0
Katie Meili $200 $0
Cammile Adams $200 $0
Fiona Doyle $200 $0
Joanna Evans $200 $0
Katie Drabot (A) $200 $200
Lauren Quigley $200 $200
Courtney Harnish (A) $200 $200
Svetlana Khakhlova $200 $200
Simona Baumtrova $200 $200
Danica Ludlow $200 $200
Charlotte Evans $200 $200

Men’s Money List

Name Total Money Orlando Money
Conor Dwyer $7,600 $2,000
Tyler Clary $5,000 $600
Nathan Adrian $4,200 $0
Connor Jaeger $4,000 $0
Bruno Fratus $2,600 $1,000
Miguel Ortiz $2,400 $0
Cody Miller $2,200 $2,200
Michael McBroom $2,200 $2,000
Junya Koga $2,200 $1,000
Josh Prenot (A) $2,200 $0
Joao de Lucca $2,000 $2,000
Matt Grevers $1,800 $200
Ryan Murphy (A) $1,800 $0
Andrew Seliskar (A) $1,800 $0
Arkady Vyatchanin $1,600 $1,600
BJ Johnson $1,600 $0
Brendan McHugh $1,200 $1,200
Sebastien Rousseau $1,200 $1,200
Ryan Lochte $1,200 $1,000
Giles Smith $1,200 $600
Felipe Lima $1,200 $200
Pavel Sankovich $1,000 $1,000
Viktor Bromer $1,000 $1,000
Darian Townsend $1,000 $0
Jack Conger (A) $1,000 $0
Michael Andrew $1,000 $0
Geoff Cheah $800 $800
Bobby Hurley $800 $200
Mike Alexandrov $800 $0
Alex Coci (A) $600 $600
Erik Risolvato $600 $600
Grigory Tarasevich $600 $600
Michael Klueh $600 $600
Kyler Van Swol $600 $0
Marat Amaltdinov (A) $600 $0
Ryan Harty (A) $600 $0
Ryan Feeley $600 $0
Tripp Cooper (A) $600 $0
Andrew Torres (A) $600 $0
Glenn Snyders $600 $0
Andrew Gemmell $600 $0
Guillermo Blanco (A) $400 $0
James Wells $400 $0
Nick Norman (A) $400 $0
Michael Wynalda $200 $200
Josh Schneider $200 $200
Sean Mahoney $200 $200
Luke Greenbank $200 $200
Marcelo Chierighini $200 $200
Robert Finke (A) $200 $200
Lyam Dias (A) $200 $0
Junya Koga $200 $0
Michael Weiss $200 $0
Frank Dyer $200 $0
James Disney-May $200 $0
Anton McKee (A) $200 $0
Dion Dreesens $200 $0
Jacob Pebley $200 $0
Kristian Gkolomeev $200 $0
Grant Shoults (A) $200 $0

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Joe Finke

Robert Finke should be marked with an “A”, He is a freshman in high school and is not accepting prize money.

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