Katinka Hosszu finished off the second stop of the World Cup circuit in Doha with three victories.
Andrii Govorov broke his World Cup Record in the men’s 50 fly in Doha in 22.82.
Chad Le Clos returned to racing on day 3 in Doha after sitting out earlier in the meet.
Katinka Hosszu won a pair of events and medalled in two others on day 2 in Doha.
Blake Pieroni broke the World Cup Record in the men’s 100 freestyle with a time of 48.11.
Michael Andrew rattled off another sub-25 swim in the men’s 50 back prelims in Doha.
Several events had 8 or fewer participants on day 1 in Doha, which meant prelims were unnecessary. Michael Andrew’s races too place, however, with the American claiming 2 top seeds.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu and Russia’s Vlad Morozov lead the overall money standings through the first stop of the first cluster of the 2018 FINA World Cup Series. Doha begins on Thursday of this week.
Blake Pieroni made things happen tonight in the 200m free, while Sarah Sjostrom, Anton Chupkov and Andrii Govorov wreaked havoc on the World Cup Record standings.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov notched 2 World Cup Records in 2 days; see how each race unfolded.
Russia’s Yuliya Efimova looked at ease in tonight’s 100m breast, clocking a time that was within striking distance of what she produced at this year’s European Championships.
Russia’s Vlad Morozov is a sprinting machine in Kazan.
Michael Andrew continued his speedy ways in Kazan, taking two top seeds on day 2.
Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu was back to form in Kazan, taking on a 4-event night at the World Cup.
Vlad Morozov came within .05 of his own Russian National Record with a 21.49 50m freestyle in Kazan tonight.