Katinka Hosszu picked up two wins on the opening night of finals in Budapest.
Georgia Davies broke her own SCM British Record in the 50 back in Budapest.
Vladimir Morozov broke Roland Schoeman’s 2009 World Cup Record in the men’s 50 freestyle in Budapest.
Kathleen Baker tied Katie Meili’s American Record in the women’s 100 IM at the FINA World Cup in Budapest.
China’s Wang Jianjiahe broke the women’s 400 free world record at the FINA World Cup in Budapest.
Katinka Hosszu will look to repeat as the winner in both the 100 IM and 200 fly at the second SCM stop of the FINA World Cup in Budapest.
Miranda Heckman of Pleasaanton Seahawks is among the young patch of Americans joining national teamers Molly Hannis, Kelsi Dahlia, Kathleen Baker, Michael Andrew and Blake Pieroni in Budapest this weekend.
Sarah Sjostrom still leads all earners on the 2018 World Cup, making $7,400 more in Eindhoven to bring her series total to $72,400. Meanwhile Vladimir Morozov turned a $10,000 world record bonus into the top male earning tally, sitting at $57,650 for the tour.
A world record 100 IM (and the resulting 20 point bonus) has surged Vladimir Morozov into the men’s lead on the 2018 FINA World Cup tour. Sarah Sjostrom still leads the women’s ranks, and is tied for the cluster 2 lead with Wang Jianjiahe.
Although Dutch speedster Jesse Puts finished off the podium and in 4th place in the men’s 50m fly, the 24-year-old nabbed a new National Record in the event on the final night in Eindhoven.
Kelsi Dahlia lowered her own SCM American Record in the 100 fly en route to silver in Eindhoven tonight.
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Blake Pieroni came within .75 of Ryan Lochte’s American Record in the men’s 200m freestyle tonight in Eindhoven.
Sarah Sjostrom flew her way to a new World Cup Record in the women’s 100m fly, producing the 2nd fastest mark ever in the event.
With her 800m freestyle performance tonight in Eindhoven that established a new WJR, 16-year-old Wang Jianjiahe now sits as the 4th fastest performer of all-time in the event.