After being upset in the 100 butterfly earlier in the evening Chad le Clos made sure that he would be the one standing on the top spot on the podium after the 200 IM.
Katinka Hosszu collected her second gold of the evening winning the women’s 200 butterfly in a time of 2:06.60.
Radoslaw Kawecki won the 200 backstroke with ease posting a time of 1:48.93. Tom Shields, who finished second to Kawecki in the same event in Dubai, won his second medal of the evening, collecting the silver touching in a time of 1:51.64.
Tom Shields has broken his own American Record in the 100 fly in Doha, Qatar, and is now just .32 seconds away from the World Record.
France breaks the mixed 200 medley world record with a win at the Doha World Cup.
Katinka Hosszu picks up another win in the 200 IM at the Doha World Cup.
Tom Shields wins his second straight World Cup 100 backstroke at the Doha World Cup.
Jeanette Ottesen-Gray won the women’s 100 butterfly at the Doha World Cup.
Alia Atkinson won her third event of the World Cup Series with a victory in the women’s 100 breaststroke.
After Day one of the Doha World Cup, it looks as though Chad Le Clos and Katinka Hosszu are going to be walking away with the big prizes…
Roland Schoeman keeps his streak alive with another victory in the 50 breaststroke at the Doha World Cup.
Katinka Hosszu fought her way back to the front from 5th place after the first 50 to win the 200 freestyle at the Doha World Cup.
Vlad Morozov wins his 4th straight 100 freestyle for this World Cup Series.
Katinka Hosszu’s 200 IM ranks as the best swim in Doha so far.
The French have now lowered the 200 medley relay World Record down into serious territory under the 1:40 barrier.