World Cup money lists: Dekker closing in on 6-figures after Beijing

The 2014 World Cup tour has now given out well over a million dollars in total prize monies, and a third swimmer is close to breaking into a six-figure winnings total.

Dutch sprinter Inge Dekker raised her total earnings up to $99,500 after winning three times in Beijing. That means just one more top-3 finish in the final two meets will push her above $100,000 for the tour, helping her join Katinka Hosszu and Chad le Clos, who have both broken that barrier.

Hosszu still leads all swimmers with $215,000. She added $11,000 more this weekend in Beijing, though it was her third-straight meet without a world record after breaking 5 of them between the first two stops on the tour.

Le Clos is still the top-earning male, and only expanded his lead with the next two in the list – Tom Shields and Thomas Fraser-Holmes – not competing in Beijing.

The World Cup circuit has given out $565,000 on the men’s side and $605,000 for the women so far this season, pushing the total prize money well over $1,000,000 with two more events, one more round of cluster bonuses and the overall series prizes yet to come. (The gender disparity is largely on Hosszu, since her 5 world records brought in $10,000 bonuses each).

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Point Standings after Beijing

Men’s Money List

Rank Athlete Country TOTAL Money Earned TOTAL: Beijing
1 Chad le Clos South Africa $131,500 $6,000
2 Tom Shields USA $78,250 $0
3 Thomas Fraser-Holmes Australia $73,000 $0
4 Daniel Gyurta Hungary $71,500 $3,500
5 Marco Koch Germany $52,500 $0
6 Christian Diener Germany $24,500 $0
7 Steffen Deibler Germany $9,500 $4,000
8 Velimir Stjepanovic Serbia $9,000 $0
9 George Bovell Trinidad & Tobago $6,750 $2,000
10 David Verraszto Hungary $6,500 $0
11 Roland Schoeman South Africa $6,250 $2,000
12 Gergely Gyurta Hungary $6,000 $2,500
12 Eugene Godsoe USA $6,000 $1,000
14 Ashley Delaney Australia $4,500 $0
15 Daiya Seto Japan $4,000 $4,000
15 Xu Jiayu China $4,000 $4,000
17 Mitchell Larkin Australia $3,500 $3,500
17 Myles Brown South Africa $3,500 $3,500
17 Bobby Hurley Australia $3,500 $0
20 Hiromasa Fujimori Japan $3,000 $0
20 Fabio Scozzoli Italy $3,000 $0
20 Gergo Kis Hungary $3,000 $0
20 Josh Schneider USA $3,000 $0
20 Pawel Korzeniowski Poland $3,000 $0
25 Konrad Czerniak Poland $2,750 $0
26 Sergei Fesikov Russia $2,500 $2,500
26 Li Yongwei China $2,500 $0
26 Cody Miller USA $2,500 $0
29 Mao Feilian China $2,000 $2,000
29 Geoff Cheah Hong Kong $2,000 $0
31 Giles Smith USA $1,500 $1,500
31 Sun Yang China $1,500 $1,500
31 Oleg Tikhobaev Russia $1,500 $0
31 Sergiy Frolov Ukraine $1,500 $0
31 Viacheslav Prudnikov Russia $1,500 $0
31 Yasuhiro Koseki Japan $1,500 $0
31 Leith Shankland South Africa $1,500 $0
31 Ahmed Mathlouthi Tunisia $1,500 $0
31 Oussama Mellouli Tunisia $1,500 $0
40 Huang Yunkun CLB $1,000 $1,000
40 Paul Biedermann Germany $1,000 $1,000
40 Takeharu Fujimori Japan $1,000 $1,000
40 Wang Shun China $1,000 $1,000
40 Kirill Prigoda Russia $1,000 $0
40 Martin Liivamagi Estonia $1,000 $0
40 Masato Sakai Japan $1,000 $0
40 Hayate Matsubara Japan $1,000 $0
40 Nikolay Skvortsov Russia $1,000 $0
40 Yukihiro Takahashi Japan $1,000 $0
50 Huang Chaosheng China $500 $500
50 Lin Yongqing China $500 $500
50 Masaki Kaneko Japan $500 $500
50 Ning Zetao China $500 $500
50 Wang Kecheng China $500 $500
50 Wang Yuxin China $500 $500
50 Yang Jington CLB $500 $500
50 Andrei Nikolaev Russia $500 $0
50 Hong Jinlong China $500 $0
50 Mikhail Polishchuk CLB $500 $0
50 Nikita Babchenko CLB $500 $0
50 Oleg Kostin Russia $500 $0
50 Viktor Bromer Denmark $500 $0
50 Ari-Pekka Liukkonen Finland $500 $0
50 Martin Schweitzer Switzerland $500 $0
50 Martin Spitzer Austria $500 $0
TOTALS: $565,000 $51,000

Women’s Money List

Rank Athlete Country TOTAL Money Earned TOTAL: Beijing
1 Katinka Hosszu Hungary $215,000 $11,000
2 Inge Dekker Netherlands $99,500 $5,500
3 Mireia Belmonte Garcia Spain $74,500 $3,500
4 Alia Atkinson Jamaica $46,500 $3,500
5 Daryna Zevina Ukraine $32,000 $0
6 Evelyn Verraszto Hungary $18,000 $0
7 Marieke D’Cruz Australia $17,500 $0
8 Rie Kaneto Japan $12,000 $0
8 Breeja Larson USA $12,000 $0
10 Caitlin Leverenz USA $5,000 $1,000
11 Veronika Popova Russia $4,500 $0
12 Aleksanrda Urbanczyk Poland $4,000 $0
12 Julia Hassler Liechtenstein $4,000 $0
14 Sally Hunter Australia $3,500 $3,500
15 Mie Nielsen Denmark $3,000 $0
15 Lisa Zaiser Austria $3,000 $0
17 Lu Ying China $2,500 $2,500
17 Madison Wilson Australia $2,500 $2,500
17 Bi Yirong China $2,500 $500
20 Qui Yuhan China $2,000 $2,000
20 Shen Duo China $2,000 $2,000
20 Anastasia Lyazeva CLB $2,000 $0
20 Julie Levisen Denmark $2,000 $0
20 Carolina Colorado Henao Colombia $2,000 $0
20 Franziska Hentke Germany $2,000 $0
20 Hrafnhildur Luthersdottir Iceland $2,000 $0
27 Cao Yue China $1,500 $1,500
27 Fu Yuanhui China $1,500 $1,500
27 Li Shuang CLB $1,500 $1,500
27 Maria Astashkina Russia $1,500 $500
27 Jenna Laukkanen Finalnd $1,500 $0
27 Laura Sogar USA $1,500 $0
33 He Yung China $1,000 $1,000
33 Liu Zige China $1,000 $1,000
33 Runa Imai Japan $1,000 $1,000
33 Tang Yuting CLB $1,000 $1,000
33 Ye Shiwen China $1,000 $1,000
33 Anastasia Osipenko CLB $1,000 $0
33 Daria Deeva CLB $1,000 $0
33 Hang Yu Sze Hong Kong $1,000 $0
33 Natalia Ivaneeva CLB $1,000 $0
33 Stephanie Au Hong Kong $1,000 $0
33 Tatjana Schoenmaker South Africa $1,000 $0
33 Vitalina Simonova Russia $1,000 $0
33 Danielle Villars Switzerland $1,000 $0
33 Lena Kreundl Austria $1,000 $0
47 Chen Xinyi China $500 $500
47 Cheng Haihua CLB $500 $500
47 Elizabeth Beisel USA $500 $500
47 Sun Meichen China $500 $500
47 Zhang Yufei China $500 $500
47 Zhang Yuhan China $500 $500
47 Zhou Min China $500 $500
47 Ekaterina Shapanikova CLB $500 $0
47 Irina Shvaeva CLB $500 $0
47 Jamie Yeung Hong Kong $500 $0
47 Liting Wang China $500 $0
47 Siobhan Haughey Hong Kong $500 $0
47 Michee Van Rooyen South Africa $500 $0
TOTALS: $605,000 $51,000

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