Hungarian iron lady Katinka Hosszu added 5 more wins to her total to close out the 2016 Hungarian Short Course Nationa Championships.
Fresh off her 2016 FINA World Cup Series title, Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu continued her strong showing at the 2016 Hungarian Short Course Nationals today, winning multiple events on day 2.
Katinka Hosszu wound up with just over $386,000 in prize money on the 2016 World Cup tour, closely rivaling her record 2014 haul.
For the 6th consecutive year, Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu has won the FINA World Cup title in runaway fashion, with Russia’s Vladimir Morozov getting his first win on the men’s side.
The Iron Lady captured her 200th career World Cup gold medal this past Sunday, which is her 46th gold medal on this year’s World Cup tour.
Chad le Clos and Jeanette Ottesen each cracked $100,000 in total World Cup prize earnings after the conclusion of the tour’s second cluster and its massive cluster bonus checks.
Chad Le Clos won the men’s 100 fly in 49.01, about 6 tenths shy of his own World Record. The South African then returned to the pool a few events later to give points leader Vlad Morozov a run for his money in the 50 free.
The Americans have added double IM medalist Maya Dirado to their lineup for the women’s 4×200 free relay tonight.
Katinka Hosszu will look to build on her four medal performance from yesterday as she has three more A finals tonight.
Katinka Hosszu re-broke her own European Championship record tonight in the 400 IM to win her first gold medal of the competition.
László Cseh took home four gold medals in Gyor: 50 fly, 100 fly, 200fly, and 200 IM. That brings his career total to 99 national titles.
Former NCAA star Molly Hannis took down a meet record and moved to 4th in the world rankings in the 100 breast on the final day of the Geneva International Challenge.
Today the event organizers of the Euro Meet 2016, which will take place in Luxembourg from January 29 to 31, announced the attendance of Commonwealth Champion Hannah Miley (GBR).
Ranomi Kromowidjojo finished off the 2015 Indian Ocean Championships with wins in the 50 fly and the 100 free. Dutch teammate Heemskerk took the 200 back, and Jan Sefl jumped into the world rankings by winning the 50 fly.