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FINA releases 2019 SWIMMING WORLD CUP dates and locations

 

FINA SWIMMING WORLD CUP 2019 

Hosts and dates announcement 


 

FINA is delighted to announce the dates and hosts of the  2019 FINA Swimming World Cup, an annual competition launched in 1979 which gathers the world's swimming elite in a circuit crossing Asia and Europe. 

The 31st edition will be split 
into seven experienced hosts and divided into three Clusters, including three legs in the first stage and two meets in the second and final Cluster. The prize money available for the 2019 edition reaches over US$ 2.5 million equally awarded between the genders.

The format of the 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup (length of the pool, number of events) will be discussed and finalised in Hangzhou (CHN), where the  14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) will take place from December 11-16, 2018. 

The World Cup will get off the blocks in Tokyo (JPN), on August 2-4, immediately after the conclusion of the  FINA World Championships 2019 in Gwangju (KOR). 

The following weekend, from August 8-10, the swimmers will race in Beijing (CHN), a host that has welcomed the Series for many years, while Singapore will host the final stage of the first Cluster from August 15-17. 

Eindhoven in the Netherlands will then take the relay from September 27-29 and Budapest (HUN), also host of the  FINA World Junior Swimming Championships in August 2019, is the chosen city for the final meet of Cluster #2 from October 3-5.

Finally the third and final Cluster of the 2019 World Cup will take place in Kazan (RUS) from November 1-3 and conclude in Doha (QAT) from November 7-9, as both cities have previously organised successful FINA World Championships and FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) respectively.

All meets will run across three days and swimmers are allowed to enter an unlimited number of individual events, however only the best 3 results will count toward the ranking/scoring. All events competed in a 50m-pool will be considered as qualifiers to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.

Sweden's Sarah Sjostrom and Russia's Vladimir Morozov currently lead the provisional 2018 ranking with 204 and 208 points respectively.

You can follow the pool action LIVE on  FINAtv and daily news reports are available on  FINA website during competition.

2019 Calendar

Cluster 1 (Asia)  
1.    Tokyo (JPN) – August 2-4
2.    Beijing (CHN) – August 8-10
3.    Singapore (SGP) - August 15-17

Cluster 2 (Europe)
4.    Eindhoven (NED) – September 27-29
5.    Budapest (HUN) - October 3-5

Cluster 3 
6.    Kazan (RUS) – November 1-3
7.    Doha (QAT) – November 7-9