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Vladimir Morozov led the World Cup money lists through two legs, but as his world record bonus opportunities dried up, defending series champ Katinka Hosszu caught him for the money lead in Moscow.
Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu topped the 2016 World Cup’s first cluster, earning big bonuses and carrying convincing points leads into the next two clusters.
Yulia Efimova made the FINA World Cup stop in her home nation a smashing success, setting new Russian records in the 100 breast and 200 IM.
Chad Le Clos won the men’s 100 fly in 49.01, about 6 tenths shy of his own World Record. The South African then returned to the pool a few events later to give points leader Vlad Morozov a run for his money in the 50 free.
Arkady Vyatchanin was denied his request to compete for Serbia, yet still trains and plans on competing stateside.
Breaststroke specialist Cameron Van der Burgh joined an elite club of FINA World Cup event winners this week after he won…
Danish sprinter Jeanette Ottesen matched her day 1 success from the previous meet in Berlin, pulling in double gold today. Ottesen upstaged the field with a 55.80 in the 100 fly before cracking 24 seconds to win the 50 free in 23.96.
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Katie Meili broke 2 American Records in as many days swimming at the second stop of the 2016 FINA World Cup Series in Berlin, Germany.
In Moscow, Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu hurtle towards the top bonuses in cluster 1 of the FINA World Cup series, with the former entering 4 races and the latter taking on all 17.
Another $16,000 haul in Berlin has Vladimir Morozov leading the 2016 World Cup money lists.
Just two meets in to the 9-event 2016 FINA World Cup, Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu has built a commanding lead of more than 130 points.
The 2016 FINA World Cup stop in Berlin brought plenty of fast swimming, as we saw international standouts including Katinka Hosszu, Chad Le Clos, Vlad Morozov, and James Guy claim gold again.