18-year old USA Swimming National Team member Michael Andrew was part of a group of 18 & unders that has just…
With final cluster and series bonuses factored in, Sarah Sjostrom leads all earners on the 2017 World cup with $371,700. Chad le Clos takes home $328,100.
Sarah Sjostrom won her first-ever FINA World Cup title by a wide margin, while Chad le Clos outlasted Vladimir Morozov to win his fourth overall title.
While competing on day 2 of the final stop of this year’s World Cup Series, Chinese teen Li Zhuhao fired off a new World Junior Record in the 100m butterfly.
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Wrapping up 2 wins on day 2 in Singapore, Chad Le Clos earned a record-breaking 4th overall World Cup Series title.
Michael Andrew threw down a wicked-fast 100m IM tonight in Singapore, making the teen tied as the 2nd fastest American performer ever in the event.
Michael Andrew did his thing in Singapore, capturing silver in the men’s 100m IM in a new World Junior Record, while also contributing to Team USA’s WJR in the mixed medley relay.
The World Cup wraps up this weekend in Singapore, where Swedish star Sarah Sjostrom and South African points leader Chad Le Clos try to score some major cash to finish the series.
With one stop to go, Chad le Clos and Sarah Sjostrom lead the series money lists, but Vladimir Morozov, Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Kirill Prigoda look poised to join them over six figures by tour’s end.
Sarah Sjostrom is well on her way to a 2017 World Cup title, leading by 132 points over five-time defending champ Katinka Hosszu and outscoring the field with three wins in Tokyo.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo avenged a 50 fly loss to Sarah Sjostrom with a touchout 50 free win on day 2 of the Tokyo World Cup, coming within a few tenths of her own world record in the process.
17-year-old Rikako Ikee has been putting on a show for the hometown Tokyo crowd. She broke her second World Junior Record of the meet with a 57.75 100 IM on day 2.
China’s Li Bingjie snapped a World Junior Record on day 2 of the Tokyo World Cup, going 3:59.14 to win gold and knock off the former junior mark.
Japanese 17-year-old Rikako Ikee lowered her own World Junior Record in the 50 fly on day 1 of the Tokyo World Cup, going 25.14.
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