Sarah Sjostrom, Ranomi Kromowidjojo, Katinka Hosszu, Emily Seebohm, Michael Andrew, Daiya Seto, Vlad Morozov – just some of the names getting short course meters racing underway in Eindhoven this morning on the 1st day of the World Cup stop.
Sweden’s freestyle ace Michelle Coleman is slated to be back in action this weekend following a 7-month long racing hiatus.
Moving the FINA World Cup from Moscow to Kazan was a justified move, says Vladimir Salnikov.
Kelsi Dahlia is among the Americans set to compete at the next FINA World Cup stop in Eindhoven, starting on September 28th.
And by 15, she was a World Champion.
2018 FINA WORLD CUP – DOHA Thursday, September 13th – Saturday, September 15th Hamad Aquatic Centre (HAC), Aspire Zone, Doha, Qatar Heats…
Swedish sprint star Sarah Sjostrom hit max points at each of the first two stops of the 2018 FINA World Cup, earning the $50,000 Cluster 1 bonus and leading the series points by 30.
Katinka Hosszu finished off the second stop of the World Cup circuit in Doha with three victories.
Andrii Govorov broke his World Cup Record in the men’s 50 fly in Doha in 22.82.
Sarah Sjostrom shattered her own World Cup Record in the women’s 100 fly with a swim of 56.46 in Doha.
David Verraszto broke his own World Cup Record to win the 400 IM at the second stop of the circuit in Doha.
Chad Le Clos returned to racing on day 3 in Doha after sitting out earlier in the meet.
Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events and medalled in two others on day 2 in Doha.
Sarah Sjostrom lowered her own World Cup Record in the women’s 50 fly on day 2 of the second series stop in Doha.
Blake Pieroni broke the World Cup Record in the men’s 100 freestyle with a time of 48.11.