Morozov, Hosszu Jump To Early Cluster 3 Leads At Singapore World Cup

2016 FINA WORLD CUP – SINGAPORE

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Russia’s Vladimir Morozov have all but locked up their wins on the FINA World Cup tour for 2016, outscoring all opponents in Singapore to gain Cluster 3 points leads with two meets to go.

The current Cluster 3 leaders (with only Singapore in the books and stops yet to come in Tokyo and Hong Kong):

Women:

Rank Name Cluster 3
1 Katinka Hosszu 138
2 Alia Atkinson 54
3 Yulia Efimova 51
4 Emily Seebohm 51
5 Jeanette Ottesen 45
6 Zsuzsanna Jakabos 33

Men:

Rank Name Cluster 3
1 Vlad Morozov 78
2 Daiya Seto 51
3 Chad le Clos 42
4 Marco Koch 36
5 Mykhailo Romanchuk 36
6 Mitch Larkin 30

WORLD CUP SCORING

Medal Points

Each individual event yields points for the top 3 finishers.

  • Gold: 12 points
  • Silver: 9 points
  • Bronze: 6 points

World Record Bonuses

Each world record yields 20 points. Tying a world record is worth 10 points.

Performance Bonuses

The top 3 male and top 3 female swims of the meet earn bonus points. Top swims are determined based on FINA points. Only the top-scoring swim from each athlete is counted.

  • First: 24 points
  • Second: 18 points
  • Third: 12 points

Singapore PERFORMANCE BONUSES:

This time around, Atkinson and Morozov topped the performance bonus list, which included a second-consecutive tie for 3rd on the women’s side:

Women:

  1. Alia Atkinson, 100 breast – 1:02.40 (998 FINA points)
  2. Yulia Efimova, 100 breast – 1:03.21 (960FINA points)
  3. Katinka Hosszu, 100 back – 55.80 (959 FINA points)

Men:

  1. Vladimir Morozov, 100 IM – 50.70 (997 FINA points)
  2. Marco Koch, 200 breast – 2:01.41 (977 FINA points)
  3. Mykhailo Romanchuk, 1500 free – 14:15.49

Here are the full point standings:

WORLD CUP POINTS After Singapore

Women:

Rank Name Series Total Singapore
1 Katinka Hosszu 921 138
2 Jeanette Ottesen 351 45
3 Alia Atkinson 343 54
4 Yulia Efimova 261 51
5 Daryna Zevina 240 21
6 Zsuzsanna Jakabos 207 33
7 Katie Meili 186 0
8 Emily Seebohm 156 51
9 Rie Kaneto 135 0
10 Madeline Groves 132 0
11 Franziska Hentke 48 0
12 Miho Takahashi 45 0
13 Breeja Larson 42 12
13 Fang Yi 42 0
15 Leah Neale 33 0
16 Boglarka Kapas 27 27
16 Shao Yiwen 27 0
18 Dong Jie 24 15
18 Brittany Elmslie 24 0
18 Cheng Haihua 24 0
18 Wang Siqi 24 0
22 Zhu Menghui 21 0
23 Hou Yawen 18 0
23 Lu Ying 18 0
25 Kelsi Worrell 15 15
25 Hannah Miley 15 0
25 Holly Barratt 15 0
28 Molly Hannis 12 12
28 Anastasiia Kirpichnikova 12 0
28 Haihua Cheng 12 0
28 Liu Siyu 12 0
28 Natalia Lovtcova 12 0
33 Madison Wilson 9 9
33 Ai Yanhan 9 0
33 Anna Santamans 9 0
33 Kimberly Buys 9 0
33 Li Bingjie 9 0
33 Liu Xiang 9 0
39 Aliaksandra Herasimenia 6 6
39 Kiah Melverton 6 6
39 Kanako Watanabe 6 6
39 Katerine Savard 6 6
39 Nicholle Toh 6 6
39 Chen Jie 6 0
39 Daria Tcvetkova 6 0
39 Daria Ustinova 6 0
39 Kin Lok Chan 6 0
39 Lei Lei 6 0
39 Spela Bohinc 6 0
39 Tang Yi 6 0
39 Xu Huiyi 6 0
39 Zhang Jiaqi 6 0
39 Zhang Yufei 6 0
39 Tessa Wallace 6 0
55 Arina Surkova 0 0
55 Claudia Lau Yin Yan 0 0
55 Daria Kartashova 0 0
55 Emma Chelius 0 0
55 Ksenia Vasilenok 0 0
55 Li Liuyuxin 0 0
55 Liz Roberts 0 0
55 Lok Chan Kin 0 0
55 Marie Wattel 0 0
55 Mathilde Cini 0 0
55 Samantha Labuschagne 0 0
55 Shi Jinglin 0 0
55 Vasilissa Buinaia 0 0
55 Wu Chengying 0 0
55 Yang Chang 0 0
55 Camille Gheorghiu 0 0
55 Camille Dauba 0 0

Men:

Rank Name Series Total Singapore
1 Vlad Morozov 514 78
2 Chad le Clos 429 42
3 Philip Heintz 252 18
4 Daiya Seto 222 51
5 Bobby Hurley 213 0
6 Pavel Sankovich 186 27
7 Marco Koch 153 36
8 Felipe Lima 111 21
9 Mitch Larkin 108 30
9 James Guy 108 9
11 Cameron van der Burgh 102 0
12 Myles Brown 93 0
13 Kirill Prigoda 81 0
14 Hiromasa Fujimori 75 0
15 Ben Proud 63 6
16 Josh Prenot 60 6
17 Poul Zellmann 57 6
17 Adam Barrett 57 0
19 Andrii Govorov 54 0
20 Takeshi Kawamoto 51 0
21 Shinri Shioura 45 15
21 Stanislav Donets 45 9
23 Mykhailo Romanchuk 36 36
24 Pieter Timmers 33 6
24 Wang Shun 33 0
24 Xu Jiayu 33 0
27 Gergely Gyurta 27 9
27 Katsumi Nakamura 27 0
29 Roland Schoeman 24 18
29 Omar Pinzon 24 9
31 Kyle Chalmers 21 21
31 Miguel Ortiz 21 9
31 Jan Micka 21 0
34 Jack Gerrard 18 0
34 Jeremy Stravius 18 0
34 Jordan Pothain 18 0
34 Li Xiang 18 0
34 Qiu Ziao 18 0
39 Ippei Watanabe 15 15
39 Yasunari Hirai 15 0
41 Brayden McCarthy 12 12
41 Masato Sakai 12 12
41 Florian Wellbrock 12 0
41 Hao Yun 12 0
45 Cao Jiwen 9 0
45 Evgeny Drobotov 9 0
45 Mark Meszaros 9 0
45 Mikhail Dorinov 9 0
45 Giulio Zorzi 9 0
50 Clyde Lewis 6 6
50 Yasuhiro Koseki 6 6
50 Daniil Pasynkov 6 0
50 Johannes Dietrich 6 0
50 Nic Brown 6 0
50 Nikolay Chaplinskiy 6 0
50 Sebastian Steffen 6 0
50 Yan Zibei 6 0
58 Brad Tandy 0 0
58 Derick Ng Chun Nam 0 0
58 Dmitry Lapshin 0 0
58 Florent Manaudou 0 0
58 Gao Weihong 0 0
58 Hou Mingda 0 0
58 Kent Cheung Kin Tat 0 0
58 Kliment Kolesnikov 0 0
58 Lennard Bremer 0 0
58 Ling Huanan 0 0
58 Ling Yongqing 0 0
58 Michael Andrew 0 0
58 Mikhail Vekovishchev 0 0
58 Oleg Tikhobaev 0 0
58 Sergei Geibel 0 0
58 Tim Phillips 0 0
58 Yu Hexin 0 0
58 Jiang Tiansheng 0 0
58 Jordan Coelho 0 0
58 William Debourges 0 0
58 Andrew Abood 0 0
58 Nick Schafer 0 0
58 Scott Haynes Haeberle 0 0

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