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2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Vanderpool-Wallace wins 50m Free

In the Women’s 50 Free Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace won with a time of 25.55 to beat Amanda Kendall. Vanderpool-Wallace was an Olympic games finalist in the Women’s 50m freestyle.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Day 1 interviews

Some of the top winners of the day, like Katinka Hosszu, Yannick Lebherz, Alia Atkinson, and David Verraszto talk about their wins with Rowdy Gaines.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Verraszto wins 400m IM

In the Men’s Individual Meldey, the 200m Backstroke Olympic Champ, and fav, Tyler Clary (USA) finished 4.67 seconds slower than David Verraszto (HUN), who finished at 4:16.03.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins 400m IM

In the Women’s 400m Individual Meldey, Katinka Hosszu (HUN), after winning the 200m Freestyle, wins again at 4:39.85, winning by 1.83 seconds.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Atkinson wins 100m Breast

In the Women’s 100m Breaststroke, Alia Atkinson (JAM), who took silver in the short course championships, gets the win at 1:09.11, by .27 seconds over Laura Sogar.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Lebherz wins 200m Free

In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, Yannick Lebherz (GER) gets the win at 1:50.27, holding off Michael Weiss (USA) by .04 seconds.

2014 Orlando Swimming Grand Prix: Hosszu wins 200m Free

In the Women’s 200m freestyle, 200 and 400 medley world champ, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) gets the win at 1:58.09, beating fellow country woman Agnes Mutina by 2.41 seconds.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Interviews

Check out the interviews with tonights winners, Natalie Coughlin, Conor Dwyer, Allison Schmitt, Yannick Agnel, and Nathan Adrian.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Coughlin Interview

Paul Sunderlands and Rowdy Gaines talks to American swimming star Natalie Coughlie about the next stage in her career.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Dwyer wins 400m IM

In the Men’s 400m Individual Medley, Conor Dwyer (USA) holds off Ous Mellouli (TUN) by 1.11 seconds to get the win.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Schmitt wins 200m Free

Olympic champ Allison Schmitt holds off Katie Ledecky, 400m World Champ, by .05 seconds for the win.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Agnel wins 200m Free

In the Men’s 200m Freestyle, Olympic Champ Yannick Agnel (FRA) gets the win.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Coughlin wins 50m Free

Natalie Coughlin beats Amanda Weir by .06 seconds for the win.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Adrian wins 50m Free

2014 100m Freestyle Olympic champ Nathan Adrian beats 2000 50m Olympic Champ Anthony Ervin by .58 seconds in the Men’s 50m Freestyle.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Agnel wins 400m free

Olympic champ in the 200m freestyle, Yannick Agnels (FRA) gets the win in the 400m, in the second Grand Prix of the season.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Ledecky wins 400m free

World champ Katie Ledecky (USA) gets the win, in the second Grand Prix of the season.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: winner interviews

Hear what the winners, Nathan Adrian, Micah Lawrence, Katie Ledecky, Yannick Agnels and Tom Shields have to say.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Shields wins 100m fly

2014, Austin, Texas, USA, Swimming Grand Prix, Tom Shields (USA), World’s short course silver medalist, gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season. (Call your TV provider to watch full events on TV and online.)

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Adrian wins 100m free

Olympic Champ Nathan Adrian (USA) gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Lawrence wins 200m breast

Micah Lawrence (USA), who took bronze at the last World Championship, gets the win in the second Grand Prix of the season.

2014 Austin Swimming Grand Prix: Ervin interview

Rowdy Gaines talks with Anthony Ervin about his current swimming career.

2013 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy: Mexico City: China defends title

With 3 days of competition in the books, it was China who won the overall competition with a total score of 379.840. China finished in 1st place in the Free Combination event with a score of 96.667 to secure the overall victory.

2013 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy: Mexico City: Ukraine finishes 2nd

Ukraine finished the Free Combination in 2nd place with a score of 94.834 to close out the competition. Ukraine also took 2nd in the overall standings with 375.688 points as China walked away the overall winners.

2013 FINA Synchronized Swimming World Trophy: Mexico City: Overall Podium

With 3 days of competition in the books, it was China who won the overall competition with a total score of 379.840. The Ukraine finished with 375.688 points and Spain finished in the 3rd spot with 373.830 points.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Chad Le Clos becomes Overall Champ

Chad Le Clos (RSA) finished the day strong by picking up his final gold medal in the men’s 200m IM with a time of 1:52.60. Le Clos finished with over 500 World Cup points, beating 2nd place Vladimir Morozov (RUS) in the overalls standings.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Katinka Hosszu defends Overall World Cup title

Reigning champ Katinka Hosszu (HUN) earned her final podium spot of the tournament after she finished 3rd in the 100m IM with a time of 58.08. Hosszu finished with over 750 WC points, well ahead of 2nd place Alia Atkinson.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: AUS sets mixed 4x50m Free WC record

On the final day of competition, Australia closed out the 2013 World Cup by setting a record with a time of 1:30.52. Australia was represented by swimmers Tommaso D’Orsogna, Travis Mahoney, Cate Campbell, and Bronte Campbell.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Eugene Godsoe wins 200m Back

Eugene Godsoe (USA) picked up his 2nd gold medal of the day after finishing with time of 1:51.29. Godsoe won the men’s 50m backstroke earlier in the day.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Morozov wins 50m Free, American Ervin 2nd

Anthony Ervin (USA) finished with a time of 21.07, just missing first place by .15 seconds. Vladimir Morozov (RUS) received the win in the event with a time of 20.91, giving him 7 out of 8 gold medals at this years World Cup.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Le Clos edges Shields in 100m Fly

Chad Le Clos (RSA) narrowly beat American Thomas Shields at the finish with a time of 49.41, defeating Shields by just .04 seconds. Le Clos also went on to win the Men’s 200m IM.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: American Godsoe wins 50m Back

After winning yesterday’s 100m back, Eugene Godsoe (USA) added another gold medal to his collection as he finished with a time of 23.07 in today’s event. Godsoe was also the winner of the 50m Back in Singapore and Tokyo.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Thomas Fraser-Holmes wins 200m Free

On the final day of competition Thomas Fraser-Holmes (AUS) finished with a winning time of 1:43.09 over fellow countrymen Robert Hurley. Hurley lead through the first couple of meters but was passed by Fraser-Holmes about halfway through the race.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Cate Campbell wins 100m Free

Cate Campbell (AUS) made it 3 straight gold medals for her after finishing with a time of 51.59. Campbell’s sister Bronte finished 3rd in the event to earn the bronze medal.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: AUS wins mixed 4x50m Medley Relay

Australia, represented by Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts and Cate Campbell won with a time of 1:38.23 ahead of China. Team USA finished 4th.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: American Shields gets 3rd in 50m Fly

American Thomas Shields finished with a time of 22.78, in front of fellow American Eugene Godsoe. Nicholas Santos (BRA) won the event with a time of 22.13, ahead of race favorite Roland Schoeman (RSA).

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Katinka Hosszu wins 200m IM

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) won with a time of 2:05.34 over swimmer Alicia Coutts (AUS). Hosszu has won won 8 out of 8 gold medals in this World Cup.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Le Clos edges Shun in 200m Fly

Chad Le Clos (RSA) took top honors with a winning time of 1:51.70. Le Clos trailed throughout most of the race, but made his last push in the final 25m, overtaking swimmer Wang Shun (CHN).

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: American Godsoe wins 100m Backstroke

Eugene Godsoe (USA) finished with a winning time of 50.15, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. Fellow American Thomas Shields finished in 3rd place.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Alia Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) dominated the field with a time of 1:03.81, beating second place swimmer Sophie Allen (GBR) by nearly 2 seconds. Atkinson competed in the 2008 Olympics in the 200 Breaststroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Beijing: Vladimir Morozov wins 100m Free

Vladimir Morozov (RUS) won with a time of 45.88. Morozov led from start to finish and never looked to be in any real danger of losing his lead. American Anthony Ervin finished 6th.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Kaneko wins 200m Backstroke

The race was a battle between Mitchell Larkin and Yuki Shirai (JPN) until the last length, when Masaki Kaneko (JPN) sprinted to the line to win the Men’s 200m backstroke by .13 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Hosszu and Coutts tie

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) picks up her 5th win the Women’s 100m Individual Medley, sharing it with Alicia Coutts (AUS), as they tied at 57.53 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Morozov wins 50m Free

At 20.71 seconds, Vladimir Morozov (RUS) picks up his 6th win this season in the Men’s 50m Freestyle, holding off Anthony Ervin (USA) by .38 seconds

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Hagino wins 200m IM

Kousuke Hagino (JPN) sets a new world cup record to win the Men’s 200m Individual Medley at 1:51.50, beating Chad le Clos (RSA) by .81 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Godsoe wins 50m Back

Eugene Godsoe (USA) picks up his second win in the Men’s 50m Backstroke this season, posting the fastest time of the year at 23.07 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Aussies set World Record

Just as they did in the Mixed Medley, Team Australia, comprised of Tomaso D’Orsogna, Cate Campbell, Travis Mahoney, and Bronte Campbell, set a new world record in the Mixed 4×50 Freestyle, at 1:29.61

2013 Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Efimova gets World Record

In the Women’s 50m Breaststroke short course, Luliia Efimova (RUS) breaks Jessica Hardy’s 4-year-long record by .09 seconds, setting the new record at 28.71 seconds.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Day 2

International top-swimmers meet up in Tokyo to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Tokyo: Day 1

International top-swimmers meet up in Tokyo to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Hosszu narrowly wins 100IM

In one of the closest races of the day, Katinka Hosszu (HUN) was able to hold off swimmers Alia Atkinson (JAM) and Alicia Coutts (AUS) to get the win. Hosszu’s winning time was 58.29.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: American Godsoe wins gold in 200m Back

Eugene Godsoe (USA) won with a time of 1:50.56 to earn his 2nd gold medal on the day. Godsoe was also the winner in yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Morozov wins 50m Free, American Ervin 3rd

Vladimir Morozov (RUS) finished with a winning time of 20.78, giving him 4 straight wins at this distance this season. American Anthony Ervin finished with a time of 21.26 to take bronze.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Hentke upsets Hosszu in 200m Fly

Franziska Hentke (GER) defeated race favorite Katinka Hosszu (HUN) with a time of 2:04.42. Hosszu was undefeated in the event, as she had won all 5 of the races so far this season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Eugene Godsoe wins 50m Backstroke

American Eugene Godsoe won with a time of 23.12, beating 2nd place swimmer Robert Hurley by .14 seconds. This is Godsoe’s 2nd gold medal as he was the winner in yesterday’s 100m backstroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Atkinson battles Efimova in 50m Breast

Alia Atkinson (JAM) and Iulilia Efimova (RUS) came into this race as the clear favorites but it was Atkinson who walked away victorious with a winning time of 28.94. Atkinson has won 3 out of the 6 races.

 
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