[Money Lists] Hosszu Has a Light Day, as Seto and Hardy Top Winners in Berlin Day 1

  0 Braden Keith | October 20th, 2012 | Featured, FINA World Cup Series, News

Katinka Hosszu, for the first time this season, was not the top money earner on this first day in Berlin, having accumulated only $750 from a tie for 2nd place in the 200 free.

Instead, Japan’s Daiya Seto and American Jessica Hardy tied atop the daily money standings with $2,500 each.

The money on the first day of this meet ended up being very well distributed, as 47 out of a maximum 51 athletes ended up on a podium.

Swimmers get $1,500 for a win, $1,000 for a 2nd-place finish, and $500 for a 3rd-place finish.

Kepp in mind that these lists are just of “earnings,” not necessarily of “accepted earnings” in the case of the American NCAA athletes like Tom ShieldsBecca Mann, and Leah Smith.

Top Money Earners in Berlin

Berlin Day 1Total for Series
Daiya SetoJapan250022500
Jessica HardyUSA25008000
Britta SteffenGermany150013500
Rachel GohAustralia150012500
Stanislav DonetsRussia150012500
Fabio ScozzoliItaly15005000
George BovellTrinidad & Tobago150011000
Ilaria BianchiItaly15004000
Paul BiedermannGermany15004750
Melissa IngramNew Zealand150010000
Becca MannUSA15003500
Anthony ErvinUSA15008750
Sean MahoneyUSA15006500
Matt TargettAustralia15005000
Nikolay SkvortsovRussia15003000
Sophie AllenGreat Britain15003500
Camille MuffatFrance15001500
Zsu JakabosHungary100019250
Darian TownsendSouth Africa100013500
Bobby HurleyAustralia100016000
Leah SmithUSA10003500
Tommaso D’OrsognaAustralia10007500
Laszlo CsehHungary10008000
Kenneth ToAustralia100012000
Inge DekkerNetherlands10009000
Mio MotegiJapan10002500
Louise HanssonSweden10002000
Kylie StewartUSA10002000
Shiming ChenChina10001500
David BrandlAustria10002000
Erik SteinhagenGermany10001000
Henrique BarbosaBrazil10001000
Steffen DeiblerGermany10001000
Katinka HosszuHungary75041750
Charlotte BonnetFrance750750
Rie KanetoJapan5005500
Fabiola MolinaBrazil5003000
Glenn SnydersNew Zealand5007000
Marco KochGermany5005500
Ashley DelaneyAustralia5005000
Tom ShieldsUSA5003500
Lotte FriisDenmark5001000
Robin BackhausGermany500500
David VerrasztoHungary500500
Jenny MensingGermany500500
Evgeny KorotyshkinRussia500500
Celina LiUSA500500

Top Money Earners Overall

Berlin Day 1Total for Series
Katinka HosszuHungary75041750
Daiya SetoJapan250022500
Zsu JakabosHungary100019250
Bobby HurleyAustralia100016000
Darian TownsendSouth Africa100013500
Britta SteffenGermany150013500
Therese AlshammarSweden013000
Rachel GohAustralia150012500
Stanislav DonetsRussia150012500
Kenneth ToAustralia100012000
George BovellTrinidad & Tobago150011000
Melissa IngramNew Zealand150010000
Inge DekkerNetherlands10009000
Anthony ErvinUSA15008750
Jessica HardyUSA25008000
Laszlo CsehHungary10008000
Jennie JohanssonSweden08000
Tommaso D’OrsognaAustralia10007500
Daryna ZevinaUkraine07500
Glenn SnydersNew Zealand5007000
Chad le ClosSouth Africa07000
Fumiko KawanabeJapan07000
Sean MahoneyUSA15006500
Cameron van Der BurghSouth Africa06000
Rie KanetoJapan5005500
Evgeny KorotyshkinRussia05500
Marco KochGermany5005500
Fabio ScozzoliItaly15005000
Matt TargettAustralia15005000
Ashley DelaneyAustralia5005000
Joline HostmanSweden05000
Paul BiedermannGermany15004750
Jason DunfordKenya04500
Ilaria BianchiItaly15004000
Michelle ColemanSweden04000
Leah SmithUSA10003500
Yuki ShiraiJapan03500
Becca MannUSA15003500
Sophie AllenGreat Britain15003500
Tom ShieldsUSA5003500
Ruta MeilutyteLithuania03500
Noriko InadaJapan03500
Roland SchoemanSouth Africa03500
Sze Hang YuHong Kong03500
Kazuya KanedaJapan03000
Fabiola MolinaBrazil5003000
Nikolay SkvortsovRussia15003000
Kosuke HaginoJapan03000
Radoslaw KaweckiPoland03000
Mio MotegiJapan10002500
Gergo KisHungary02500
Tanja SmidSlovenia02500
Louise HanssonSweden10002000
Kylie StewartUSA10002000
Kyle RichardsonAustralia02000
David BrandlAustria10002000
Theresa MichalakGermany01750
Sergei GeibelRussia01500
Maria TemnikovaRussia01500
Elena SokolovaRussia01500
Hayate MatsubaraJapan01500
Guilherme GuidoBrazil01500
Shiming ChenChina10001500
Ingvild SnildalNorway01500
Marcos OliveiraBrazil01500
Neil VersfeldSouth Africa01500
Lucas KanieskiBrazil01500
Kathryn MeaklimSouth Africa01500
Kecheng WangChina01500
Camille MuffatFrance15001500
Viatcheslav SinkevichRussia01000
Anton GoncharovUkraine01000
Jenna LaukkanenFinland01000
Biaorong GuChina01000
Etiene MedeirosBrazil01000
Gal NevoIsrael01000
Lote FriisDenmark01000
Joao Gomes JrBrazil01000
Magdalena KurasSweden01000
Hannah MileyGreat Britain01000
Kira ToussantNetherlands01000
Anna DzerkalUkraine01000
Chaosheng HuangChina01000
Gullio ZorziSouth Africa01000
Lotte FriisDenmark5001000
Erik SteinhagenGermany10001000
Henrique BarbosaBrazil10001000
Steffen DeiblerGermany10001000
Charlotte BonnetFrance750750
Elizaveta GorshkovaRussia0500
Jun Jun GuoChina0500
Veronika PopovaRussia0500
Evgeny KulikovRussia0500
Svetlana KnyagininaRussia0500
Mauricio VillanuevaPeru0500
Natalia LovtcovaRussia0500
Valentina ArtemyevaRussia0500
Daria TcvetkovaRussia0500
Evgeny LagunovRussia0500
Alex HetlandNorway0500
Emilia PikarainenFinland0500
Gregorio PaltrinieriItaly0500
Tomasso D’OrsognaAustralia0500
Martina GranstromSweden0500
Henrique RodriguesBrazil0500
Miku KanasashiJapan0500
Jessica MorrisonAustralia0500
Sergii FrolovUkraine0500
Spela BohincSlovenia0500
Velimir StjepanovicSerbia0500
Chan Kin LokHong Kong0500
Robin BackhausGermany500500
David VerrasztoHungary500500
Jenny MensingGermany500500
Evgeny KorotyshkinRussia500500
Celina LiUSA500500

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