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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.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Le Clos edges Fraser-Holmes in 200m Free

Chad Le Clos (RSA) battled swimmer Thomas Fraser-Holmes (AUS) from start to finish before finally beating him with a winning time of 1:42.29. This is Le Clos’ 3rd gold medal in Singapore.

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

Cate Campbell (AUS) won with a time of 51.67, beating 2nd place swimmer Sarah Sjoestroem (SWE) by .47 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Hosszu wins 100m Butterfly

World Cup leader Katinka Hosszu (HUN) continued her reign of dominance, finishing with a winning time of 56.58 over 2nd place Alicia Coutts (AUS). Coutts was leading at the 75m mark but a late push from Hosszu won the race.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Le Clos beats Schoeman in 50m Fly

Chad Le Clos (RSA) defeated fellow countryman Roland Schoeman when he finished with a time of 22.24. Le Clos also set the world record in the 200m Butterfly earlier in the day.

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

25 year old Eugene Godsoe (USA) won with a time of 50.21, beating 2nd place Hurley (AUS) by just .09 seconds. This is Godsoe’s first win in this WC season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Atkinson wins 100m Breaststroke

Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished with a winning time of 1:03.48, her 3rd best time this season. Swimmer Mio Motegi (JPN) finished 2nd in the event.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Ervin 2nd in 100m Freestyle

American Anthony Ervin finished with a time of 46.48, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.67.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: AUS sets Mixed 4x50m Relay World Record

Swimmers Robert Hurley, Christian Sprenger, Alicia Coutts, and Cate Campbell finished with a total time of 1:38.02. AUS broke their old record time of 1:39.08 that they set earlier in the day.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Singapore: Le Clos breaks 200m Fly World Record

Chad Le Clos (RSA) broke his previous world record time of 1:49.04 when he finished with a winning time of 1:48.56 today. His previous record time was set August 7 in Eindhoven.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Zevina wins 100m Back in photo finish

Swimmer Daryna Zevina (UKR) finished with a time of 57.48, beating Katinka Hosszu by just .01 seconds to take victory in the event.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Thomas Shields wins 100m Fly

Thomas Shields (USA)won with a time of 48.80, beating 2nd place swimmer Chad Le Clos (RSA) by .25 seconds. Shields also won yesterday’s 100m Backstroke.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Efimova edges Atkinson in 50m Breast

Iullia Efimova (RUS) got the win over yesterday’s 100m breaststroke winner Alia Atkinson (JAM), by a margin of .03 seconds. Efimova finished with a winning time of 29.22.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: FRA sets mixed 4x50m Free World Record

Just one day after setting the world record for the mixed medley 4×50 relay, France showed up strong again today to set another one with a time of 1:31.14. The previous record of 1:32.52 was held by Japan.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Jeanette Gray wins 50m Free

Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 25.06 to earned her 2nd gold this week. Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished last in the event with a time of 27.20.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Shields 2nd in 200m Back

Thomas Shields (USA) finished with a time of 1:51.64, losing to swimmer Radoslaw Kawecki (POL). Kawecki finished with a winning time of 1:48.93.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 100IM

Katinka Hosszu continued her reign of dominance, winning the 100im with a time of 58.43. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 200IM and 200m freestyle. This is her 4th gold in 2 days.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Morozov beats Schoeman in 50m Free

In a confusing turn of events, Vladimir Morozov received the win with a time of 21.03 over world record hold Roland Schoeman. At the end of the race it appeared Schoeman had won after what was thought to be a Morozov DQ. American Ervin finished 3rd.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Le Clos beats To in 200IM

Kenneth To (AUS) came into this race as the clear favorite to win but it was Chad Le Clos (RSA) who ruined his day. Le Clos finished with a time of 1:53.32, beating To by 1.04 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200m Fly

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) picked up her 3rd gold medal in 2 days after winning the 200m Butterfly with a time of 2:06.60. Hosszu was the winner of yesterday’s 200IM and 200m freestyle.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Doha: Day 2

International top-swimmers meet up in Doha 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: Doha: FRA breaks World Record in Mixed 4x50m

Swimmers Jeremy Stravius, Giacomo Perez Dortona, Melanie Henique and Anna Santamans represented team France as they finished with a record breaking time of 1:39.54. They broke the previous record of 1:41.70 held by Russia.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200IM

Katinka Hosszu picked up her 2nd gold medal of the day after winning the 200IM with a time of 2:05:45. Hosszu was the winner of the 200m freestyle early in the day.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Shields wins 100m Back

Thomas Shields (USA) won with a time of 50.23, just narrowly beating Robert Hurley (AUS) by .06 seconds. Shields was trailing most of the race but began to make his final push for victory in the last 25m.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Jeanette Gray wins 100m Fly

Jeanette Ottesen Gray (DEN) won with a time of 56.74, easily beating swimmers Li Tao (SIN) and Katinka Hosszu (HUN). Gray suffered a shoulder injury earlier this year but has looked impressive so far this season.

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

Alia Atkinson (JAM) finished the breaststroke with a winning time of 1:03.38. Atkinson looked to be making a run at the world record at the halfway mark but lost speed in her final 25m.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Roland Schoeman wins 50m Breaststroke

Roland Schoeman (RSA) finished with a winning time of 25.89 over swimmer Florent Manaudou (FRA). This is Schoeman’s 5th consecutive gold in this world cup season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: Katinka Hosszu wins 200m Free

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) finished with a winning time of 1:53.53, beating swimmer Femke Heemskerk by just .12 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Doha: American Ervin gets 2nd in 100m Free

Anthony Ervin (USA) finished with a time of 46.64, losing only to swimmer Vladimir Morozov (RUS). Morozov finished with a winning time of 45.94.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Doha: Day 1

International top-swimmers meet up in Doha 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: Dubai: Kawecki wins 200m Back

Radoslaw Kawecki (POL), at 1:49.70, crushes the field by 3.44 seconds, but Thomas Shields (USA) manages to surge at the end for silver.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Japan wins 4x50m Free

In the new event, the Mixed 4×50 Freestyle, Team Japan featuring Shinri Shioura, Kenta Ito, Sayaka Akase, and Kanako Watanabe, breaks the week old Russia record by .49 seconds at 1:32.52.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Atkinson wins 100m IM

Alia Atkinson (JAM) beats the world record holder Katinka Hosszu (HUN) by .10 seconds in the Women’s 100m Individual Medley with a time of 58.45 seconds.

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

American comeback story Anthony Ervin claims the bronze, .68 second behind Vladimir Morozov (RUS) who gets the win at 20.66 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Le Clos wins 100m Fly

Chad Le Clos (RSA) holds off Thomas Shields (USA) by just .02 seconds to wins his third Men’s 100m Butterfly stroke this season.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Kromowidjojo wins 100m Free

In the women’s 100m Freestyle Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) gets the win at 52.48 seconds beating Frederike Heemskrek (NED) by .31 seconds.

2013 FINA Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Day 2

International top-swimmers meet up in Dubai 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: Dubai: Australia win 4x50m Mixed Medley

At 1:42.31, winning by .84 seconds, Team Australia, featuring Robert Hurley, Belinda Hocking, Kenneth To and Emily Seebohm get the win, but are 9.30 seconds behind the world record Russia set last weekend.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Schoeman wins 50m Fly

After winning the 50m Breaststroke, Roland Schoeman (RSA) again beats Chad le Clos (RSA) in the 50m Butterfly stroke, this time by only .01 seconds with a time of 22.27.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: To wins 100m IM

Kenneth To (AUS) holds off Vladimir Morozov (RUS), who had won the last two races, by .12 seconds to win the Men’s 100m individual medley at 51.64 seconds.

2013 Swimming World Cup: Dubai: Kromowidjojo wins 50m Free

World Recorder holder Ranomi Kromowidjojo (NED) gets the win the in the 50m Freestyle by .32 seconds over Dorothea Brandt (GER), with a time of 24.02 seconds.

 
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