Hear what Cornel Marculescu has to say regarding the World Cup Series changes.
The World Cup superstar and triple Olympic champion Katinka Hosszu has no qualms making her opinions of the new FINA changes known.
FINA will be limiting the number of races each swimmer will be able to enter per stop this year. The change will have a major effect on Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu’s event schedule, after she entered nearly every race at nearly every stop last year.
Check out FINA’s video hyping the 2017 Worlds & World Cup circuit.
Prenot pulled up to take the slight edge in the third 50, and was able to hold off a hard-charging Fink into the finish
En Agosto comenzará la serie de competencias las que constituyen la Copa del Mundo de la FINA 2017. De nuevo, las…
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FINA has released its schedule for the 2017 World Cup Series, which is set to begin in August 2017.
Due to budget cuts, Brazil has been forced to change the 2017 World and World Junior Championships team selection criteria….
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Russia will be without any of its Olympic medalists, but will have short course star Vlad Morozov on their roster.
Hungarian iron lady Katinka Hosszu was dominant in several races across every stop of the 2016 FINA World Cup Series, so it was no surprise when she was announced the overall victor.
Russian speedster Vlad Morozov took the 206 FINA World Cup series by storm, winning the overall men’s title with 640 points.
Hosszu’s performances in the IM races were arguably her most impressive, as she went undefeated in the 100 IM, 200 IM, and 400 IM across all 9 stops of the World Cup.
South Africa’s Chad Le Clos had an impressive run in the butterfly events throughout the 2016 FINA World Cup series. He ended the series with an undefeated record in the 50 and 100 butterflies after picking up 9 straight victories in both races.
Check out the action here, where we’ve included all of the race videos that have been uploaded to FINA’s YouTube channel.
Katinka Hosszu wound up with just over $386,000 in prize money on the 2016 World Cup tour, closely rivaling her record 2014 haul.
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