Swimming World Cup 2014 resumes in Hong Kong on September 29

Swimming World Cup 2014 resumes in Hong Kong on September 29

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SWC2014The FINA/MASTBANK Swimming World Cup 2014 will resume with the second cluster of meets in Hong Kong (HKG) on September 29. After a dazzling start in Doha (QAT) and Dubai (UAE) last August, where six new world records were set, the best swimmers in action are gearing up for some more action-packed racing and eye-opening performances in 25m-pool.

Smashing a total five world records, 'Iron lady' Katinka Hosszu, winner of the 2012 and 2013 Series, finished atop cluster 1 with 355 points while Dutch Inge Dekker took second (126 points) and Jamaica's Alia Atkinson (87 points), third. South African Chad Le Clos was the best among men with 120 points, followed by Hungary's Daniel Gyurta (116 points), owner of the sixth world record, and Thomas Fraser-Holmes (93 points). Cluster 3 will comprise three stops in Asia: Beijing (CHN, Oct 24-25), Tokyo (JPN, Oct 28-29) and Singapore (SIN, Nov 1-2).


25m-pool action resumes in Hong Kong 
Hong Kong will welcome the international swimming elite for the third leg of the FINA/MASTBANK Swimming World Cup 2014 from September 29-30. Hong Kong, together with Moscow (RUS, October 4-5), constitute the second cluster of the Series. 

A total USD 300’000 is on offer for cluster no.2 and will be distributed to the six highest-ranked swimmers among men and women (USD 150'000 for each category), as well as for cluster no.3 (Beijing, Tokyo and Singapore). At the end of the Series, the men's and women's World Cup winner will receive USD 100'000 in prize money, the second-placed USD 50'000 and third-placed USD 30'000.

Among men, Olympic champion Chad Le Clos (RSA) currently leads the overall rankings with 120 points, closely followed by Hungary’s Daniel Gyurta (116 points). Australian Thomas Fraser-Holmes completes the top-3 with 93 points.

Two-time World Cup winner Katinka Hosszu (HUN) tops the women’s general standings with an outstanding 355 points. Dutch Inge Dekker is runner-up with 126 points while Alia Atkinson of Jamaica is third with 87 points.

A total six World and 10 World Cup records have been set in this year's Series so far.

The FINA/MASTBANK Swimming World Cup can be followed through live streaming of finals on FINAtv and a live info feed at

Full calendar of FINA Swimming World Cup 2014:

Cluster no.1:
August 27-28                     Doha (QAT)
August 31 - September 1   Dubai (UAE)
Cluster no.2:
September 29-30  Hong Kong (HKG)
October 4-5           Moscow (RUS)
Cluster no.3:
October 24-25    Beijing (CHN)
October 28-29    Tokyo (JPN)
November 1-2     Singapore (SIN)

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