The second cluster of the World Cup was a nailbiter on the women’s side, with Katinka Hosszu eking out a win by just 3 points over Sarah Sjostrom. That 3-point margin translates to a $15,000 difference in cluster bonuses.
“I think I have a really great opportunity to be a part of open water,” says two-time Olympic silver medalist from Rio, Jazz Carlin.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu claimed a trio of victories on night 2 in Doha, taking the 100m back, 100m IM and 400m IM.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu warmed up this morning and will tackle the 100m back, 100m IM and the 400m IM tonight in Doha.
15-year-old Wang Jianjiahe of China established the first short course World Junior Record in the women’s 800m freestyle with her victory in Doha tonight.
Swedish superstar Sarah Sjostrom further distanced herself from the overall FINA World Cup series field with 3 big wins in Doha on night 1.
Vlad Morozov was just one of the high-profile athletes in the water this morning getting some racing in before finals tonight in Doha.
Tom Shields took the men’s 200m fly win in Hong Kong, but Le Clos will be looking to take back the gold this week in Doha.
2017 FINA WORLD CUP – HONG KONG Saturday, September 30th & Sunday, October 1st Victoria Park Swimming Pool, Hong Kong…
The men’s point race couldn’t have been closer at the Hong Kong World Cup, with Tom Shields and Chad le Clos tying at 75 points apiece.
With the Dubai stop taken off this year’s World Cup schedule, Katinka Hosszu made the most of being able to race in 6 individual events in Hong Kong.
The second and final day of the Hong Kong stop of the 2017 FINA World Cub series began with prelims at 9 a.m. local time Sunday morning.
The race for the women’s point lead at the 2017 World Cup in Hong Kong is getting interesting, with leader Sarah Sjostrom and defending champ Katinka Hosszu each winning three events on day 1.
Day 1 of the Hong Kong stop of the 2017 FINA World Cup kicked off at 9 a.m. local time on Saturday morning, and featured prelims for seventeen events.
USA Swimming will send 10 of its top youth swimmers to the final two stops of the 2017 FINA World Cup, a roster that includes Regan Smith, Michael Andrew, Andrew Abruzzo, Dakota Luther and Alex Walsh.