FINA World Cup Series

Franklin adds more Gold to the Golden Bears

The biggest blue chip is off the table, plus we’ve got all the headlines from the World Cup (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,


Camille Muffat Misses WR By a Fingernail; Ervin Gets an American Record*

Anthony Ervin was one of two stars, in limited events, of the Berlin World Cup Series. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Seto Downs 400 IM World Cup Record; Mahoney Takes Second-Straight 200 Breast

Sean Mahoney Is on a two-meet hot streak in the men’s 200 breaststroke, while Katinka Hosszu stumbled a bit in Berlin. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


[Money Lists] Hosszu Has a Light Day, as Seto and Hardy Top Winners in Berlin Day 1

Jessica Hardy has gotten on a roll at this FINA World Cup and is starting to bring in serious cash. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Hosszu Swims Personal Best in 100 IM on Day 2 in Moscow

Katinka Hosszu continued her hot streak on the 2nd day of the FINA World Cup in Moscow. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Hardy Walks Away With $3,500 from Moscow [Money Lists]

Jessica Hardy had a good meet in Moscow, where she won the 4th-most money of any competitor. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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World Cup Moves to Moscow: Day 1 Recap

American Kylie Stewart ended up on podiums in Moscow both individually and as part of the American mixed 200 medley relay. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


Americans Win Big Money, Hosszu Still Running Away With Cash Earnings

Jessica Hardy and Team USA had their most profitable day so far on the World Cup Series, though some of it won’t be collected. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Americans To Swim 2 Sets of Relays in Moscow

Gunnar Bentz and 7 junior girls will join the American contingent in Moscow on Wednesday. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


The World Cup is turning into the Katinka Hosszu Show

Katinka Hosszu has already earned $33,000 in the first three stops of the World Cup Series and she leads the series point race after the Stockholm stop. (Photo Courtesy © Tim Binning,


Bovell’s 100 IM Takes Top Honors in Stockholm, Pushes Him Into the Money

George Bovell had the highest-scoring swim at the Stockholm World Cup, but Hosszu and To remain in the lead. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Hosszu Up to $33,000, Hurley Continues to Climb [Money Lists]

Australia’s Bobby Hurley, excelling in both the freestyle and backstroke races, continues to pull in good money at the World Cup. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/


FINA World Cup Day 2 Recap: Three More Golds for Hosszu

Katinka Hosszu continued her winning trend on the World Cup circuit, winning three of the four events she swam in Sweden Sunday.

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Katinka Triples (Again); Bovell Lights Up 100 IM on Day 1 in Stockholm

George Bovell’s win in the 100 IM is a personal best and the 8th-best of all time. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/

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Katinka Picks Up Another $5,500 in Stockholm Day 1 [Money Lists]

Former USC Trojan Katinka Hosszu continues her rol iwth another $5,500 in winnings on day 1 in Stockholm. (Photo Courtesy: Tim Binning/


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