Russia’s Vlad Morozov earned his 100th World Cup Series gold medal with his 50m free victory tonight in Budapest, Hungary.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is picking up this FINA World Cup Series cluster #2 right where he left off, as the fastest 50m freestyler of the night.
While competing on day 1 of the 2019 FINA World Cup Series stop in Budapest, Hungary, Arno Kamminga raced to his fastest 100m breaststroke time ever.
Kira Toussaint kicked off her FINA World Cup Series cluster #2 in style, producing a new Dutch Record in the women’s 50m back.
Entering this Budapest stop, we see Katinka Hosszu of host nation Hungary in the lead for the women’s World Cup standings, holding a total of 156 points.
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Spain’s roster is composed of three female and one male swimmer: Mireia Belmonte, Jimena Perez, Jessica Vall, and Joan Lluis Pons.
Lithuania’s short course World champ Danas Rapsys is the latest name to withdraw from the upcoming International Swimming League (ISL) season.
Katinka Hosszu roared back to retake the 2019 World Cup points lead, besting Cate Campbell by six points to win Cluster #1.
Morozov ha sido la estrella de la Copa del mundo de Singapur con récord ruso en 50 libre, mientras Rapsys ha conseguido un tiempo de 1:44.38 en 200 libre.
Danas Rapsys dipped under the 1:45 threshold for the first time in his career to take the men’s 200m free title at the World Cup, clocking a new record.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu clocked a new World Cup Record this morning in Singapore in the 200m IM and sealed the deal with gold in the finals.
27-year-old Vlad Morozov of Russia made some magic happen on night 2 in Singapore, earning 2 World Cup Records and 2 golds.
31-year-old Holly Barratt of Australia became the 7th fastest 50m flyer ever with her gold medal win in Singapore last night.
Joseph Schooling performed in front of his home nation of Singapore tonight at the World Cup, racing just the 200m IM event.