The fifth leg of the FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup 2015- in Singapore (SIN) – on October 3-4 will be live streamed free of charge on FINAtv.
French sprinter Florent Manaudou has sustained an injury to his wrist and will pull out of both the FINA World Cup in Singapore and the World Military Games in Mungyeong, Korea .
Cate Campbell keeps on bringing it! 52.96 for Aussie gold in women’s 100m freestyle tonight in Beijing.
Once again the Campbell sisters of Australia will go head to head in the women’s 100 freestyle…
Courtney Harnish won gold as part of the U.S. senior team at the Pan Am Games, and now she’ll lead a junior squad to the Middle East for the last two stops of the FINA World Cup Series.
American star Missy Franklin started off the 2015 Beijing World Cup stop with a bronze medal in the women’s 200 freestyle.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu crossed a major barrier on day 1 of the Beijing World Cup, becoming the first swimmer in World Cup history to surpass 200 total medals, according to circuit organizer FINA.
Emily Seebohm is part of a loaded women’s backstroke field assembling in Beijing.
The 4th leg of the FINA/airweave Swimming World Cup 2015- in Beijing (CHN) – on September 29-30 will be streamed live and free of charge on FINAtv.
Defending World Cup champion Chad le Clos did not contest the opening stop of Cluster #2 in Hong Kong, and his South African countryman Cameron van der Burgh took advantage, tightening his grasp on the series points lead.
Katinka Hosszu continues to cash in on the FINA World Cup series, leading all money earners by nearly $10,000 in Hong Kong.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN) was the most prolific winner of the third leg of the 2015 Hong Kong World Cup, earning eight gold medals and ten overall.
Missy Franklin se quedó con el bronce tras un duro enfrentamiento en los 200m espalda contra Seebohm y Hosszu.
Missy Franklin wound up with the bronze in a fierce 200m backstroke showdown with Seebohm and Hosszu.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu is heading back to the site of one of her finest performances of 2014, the Hong Kong stop of the World Cup. But she says matching her medal haul from a year ago will be a tall order.