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Budapest, Day 1: Morozov claims 100th gold, Hosszu and Milak fly high to light up the Duna Arena

The 4th leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup kicked off with some outstanding races in the magnificent Duna Arena, home of world-class swimming since the 2017 FINA World Championships. Russian overall leader Vlad Morozov clinched his 100th World Cup gold in style by winning the 50m free.

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Budapest, Duna Arena (HUN)
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04Oct2019

Stars are ready to rock in Duna Arena

Here we go again: swimming, Duna Arena, World Cup, the greatest stars – it won’t be any better than this. At least all hope that the fourth stage of the FINA Swimming World Cup is going to be another hit in Budapest this weekend, and the star-studded line-up might be a guarantee for that – this was also revealed at the opening press conference of the event.

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03Oct2019

PR 68 - SWC 2019: Morozov smashes three World Cup records in Singapore, Australia bags 14 golds

Vladimir Morozov of Russia continued to gear up at the third FINA Swimming World Cup leg in Singapore from August 15-17 as he smashed three World Cup records (WC) in the 50m / 100m free and the 50m back.

In the freestyle events, Morozov clocked times of 21.27 in the sprint and 47.88 in the 100m, while he also finished in 24.40 in the 50m back.
 
Lithuania's Danas Rapsys also set a new WC record in the 200m free as he touched home in 1:44.38. In addition, he won the 400m free race in 3:45.59.

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Singapore
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17Aug2019

Rapsys' record lifts Day 3 of Singapore SWC

SINGAPORE – Two World Cup records fell on the third and final day of the Singapore Swimming World Cup.

First, in the morning preliminaries, Katinka Hosszu of Hungary broke her own World Cup record in the 200m medley, lowering the mark to 2:08.15 (which was 46 hundredths of a second faster than her previous record set in 2015). The points she claimed for the effort, she said, were crucial to earning the $50,000 (US) awarded at the end of the night to the female winner of “Cluster 1” of the World Cup circuit.

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17Aug2019

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