WATCH: All Race Videos From The 2016 FINA World Cup Stop In Berlin


At the 2016 FINA World Cup Stop in Berlin, we saw a World Record in the men’s 100 IM for the 2nd meet in a row by Russia’s Vlad Morozov, and another slew of victories from Hungary’s Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu. American Katie Meili also put up some highlights, taking down a pair of American Records, first in the 100 Breast where she won gold and next in the 100 IM where she took silver.

Check out the action below, where we’ve included all of the race videos that have been uploaded to FINA’s YouTube channel. Some of the race videos haven’t been uploaded, but we’ll update with the videos as soon as they’re posted by FINA.

Women’s 50 Free:

Women’s 200 Free:

Women’s 400 Free:

Women’s 800 Free:


Women’s 200 Back:

Women’s 50 Breast:

Women’s 100 Breast:

Women’s 200 Breast:

Women’s 50 fly:

Women’s 200 IM:


Men’s 200 Free:

Men’s 400 Free:

Men’s 50 Back:

Men’s 100 Back:

Men’s 200 Back:

Men’s 100 Breast:

Men’s 100 Fly:

Men’s 200 Fly:

Men’s 100 IM:

 Mixed 4×50 Free Relay:

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Chad’s got a 47+ and a 1:46+ in him for the flies. Especially after the speed he showed at the olympics and how crappy these races looked. Im thinking of the 200 free in the olympics what he did going out.

I see him making some big statements this SC season. Maybe even a 1:39 200 free also. Prince Chad will have no problem mustering up the confidence to own the little pool.

Steven Latham

You should share some of the stuff you’re smoking because you’re mad


47 and 1:46?! What are his current best times again? 48.4 and 1:48.5. Yeah.

Lane Four

The mixed relay must have been crowded. The banner for the video says 40×50 Free. Wow. Forty people on a relay team? Who kept track? 😉


Morozov 2nd at breast? Does he also swim fly?

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