Katinka Hosszu’s triple, including two individual wins, was a big highlight of night 4 from Berlin.
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With victories at all three stops and multiple meet records over the course of the competition series, Jeanette Ottesen of Denmark and Yasuhiro Koseki of Japan finished off the Mare Nostrum series as the top overall money winners.
The Danish ladies won 5 total events on Thursday including two from Rikke Moller Pederson (pictured), while the Japanese men went 1-2 in the 100 back, 200 breast and 200 IM.
Sprinter Jeanette Ottesen knocked down two Danish records on the first night of the Mare Nostrum meet in Canet-en-Roussillon, France.
Though this stop of the circuit will not include female money-earning leader Katinka Hosszu, there are still loaded fields in each event as some of the top British, Canadian and Polish athletes will make their Mare Nostrum debuts in Canet.
Japanese backstroker Ryosuke Irie is one of a number of international swimming stars set to compete this weekend on the first stop of the whirlwind weeklong Mare Nostrum tour .
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The Singapore Swim Stars meet, billed as a kick-off to the brand-new, state-of-the-art Aquatic Center in the Singapore Sports Hub, will award $150,000 in prize money between 10 total events, according to Italy’s SwimBiz.it.
Hungarian superstar Katinka Hosszu continued her winning ways, taking three more events on the final day of the Bergen Swim Festival in Norway…
Hungarian superstar Katinka Hosszu took four events on the first evening of finals of the Bergen Swim Festival in Norway…
Katinka Hosszu was up to her usual tricks on opening night of the Bergen Swim Festival in Norway, turning a heavy event load into 5 championship finals berths and breaking a Hungarian record in the process.
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Rikke Moller Pederson further lowered her world-leading 200 breast time, and now sits atop the rankings by two and a half seconds.