2010 FINA Swimming World Cup

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The 2010 FINA Swimming World Cup was a series of seven short-course meters (25m) meets, held from September-early November 2010.[1] The 2010 series was again titled sponsored by Arena.

Meets[edit]

The 2010 World Cup featured 7 meets (one more than 2009), which were divided into 3 segments: the first meet (Brazil, in September), an Asian leg (October), and a European leg (late October–November). Meet dates and locations are:[1]

Meet Dates Location Results
1 10–12 September Brazil Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Results
2 12–13 October China Beijing, China Results
3 16–17 October Singapore Singapore Results
4 20–21 October Japan Tokyo, Japan Results Book
5 30–31 October Germany Berlin, Germany Results
6 2–3 November Russia Moscow, Russia Results
7 6–7 November Sweden Stockholm, Sweden Results

Results[edit]

Overall World Cup[edit]

At each meet of the World Cup circuit in 2010, the FINA Points Table[2] was used to rank all swim performances at the meet. The top 10 men and top 10 women were then be awarded World Cup points. Bonus points were awarded for a world record broken (20 points) or equalled (10 points).[3] The number of World Cup points awarded was doubled for the final meet of the World Cup in Stockholm.

Rank on FINA Points World Cup points awarded
1 25
2 20
3 16
4 13
5 10
6 7
7 5
8 3
9 2
10 1

Men[edit]

Official Overall Scoring:[4]

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total
BRA CHN SIN JPN GER RUS SWE
1 Thiago Pereira  Brazil 25 25 25 13 25 25 40 178
2 Darian Townsend  South Africa 20 16 7 13 20 50 126
3 Roland Schoeman  South Africa 5 10 5 20 2 32 74
4 Peter Marshall  United States 16 3 2 26 47
5 Naoya Tomita  Japan 13 7 16 36
6 Henrique Rodrigues  Brazil 20 6 26
7 Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 25 25
8 Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 10 13 23
9 Markus Rogan  Austria 20 20
10 Brian Johns  Canada 20 20
11 Sébastien Rouault  France 20 20
12 Steffen Deibler  Germany 16 2 1 19
13 Markus Deibler  Germany 16 16
14 Danila Izotov  Russia 16 16
15 Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 5 10 15
16 Paul Biedermann  Germany 14 14
17 Felipe Silva  Brazil 13 13
18 Stanislav Donets  Russia 13 13
19 Dávid Verrasztó  Hungary 10 10
20 Daiya Seto  Japan 3 7 10
21 Ryo Tateishi  Japan 10 10
22 Randall Bal  United States 10 10
23 Yanick Angel  France 10 10
24 Kazuki Otsuka  Japan 3 3 2 8
25 Guilherme Guido  Brazil 7 1 8
26 César Cielo  Brazil 7 7
27 Pawel Korzeniowski  Poland 7 7
28 Lucas Kanieski  Brazil 5 5
29 Evgeny Lagunov  Russia 5 5
30 Sergey Fesikov  Russia 4 4
31 Job Kienhuis  Netherlands 3 3
32 Tales Cerdeira  Brazil 3 3
33 Pál Joensen  Faroe Islands 3 3
34 Simon Sjödin  Sweden 2 2
35 Leonardo de Deus  Brazil 2 2
36 Henrique Barbosa  Brazil 2 2
37 Hidemasa Sano  Japan 1 1
38 Nikolay Skvortsov  Russia 1 1
39 Kohei Kawamoto  Japan 1 1
40 Nikita Konovalov  Russia 1 1

Women[edit]

Official Overall Scoring:[5]

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total
BRA CHN SIN JPN GER RUS SWE
1 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25 5 25 25 16 16 50 162
2 Julia Smit  United States 10 20 20 13 25 40 128
3 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 10 3 13 1 10 13 10 60
4 Dana Vollmer  United States 25 20 45
5 Angie Bainbridge  Australia 7 26 33
6 Camille Muffat  France 32 32
7 Elaine Breeden  United States 2 3 10 7 6 28
8 Gao Chang  China 25 25
9 Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 20 20
10 Jing Liu  China 20 20
11 Veronika Popova  Russia 20 20
12 Gabriella Silva  Brazil 20 20
13 Belinda Hocking  Australia 5 14 19
14 Qianwei Zhu  China 16 16
15 Aya Terakawa  Japan 16 16
16 Tao Li  Singapore 16 16
17 Sakiko Nakamura  Japan 16 16
18 Shiwen Ye  China 13 13
19 Haruka Ueda  Japan 13 13
20 Miyuki Takemura  Japan 13 13
21 Melissa Ingram  New Zealand 10 10
22 Daryna Zevina  Russia 10 10
23 Rongrong Zheng  China 7 7
24 Yuka Kato  Japan 7 7
25 Rachel Goh  Australia 7 7
26 Cecilia Biagioli  Argentina 7 7
27 Jeanette Ottesen  Denmark 3 2 5
28 Natalie Coughlin  United States 5 5
29 Kotuku Ngawati  Australia 5 5
30 Daria Belyakina  Russia 5 5
31 Poliana Okimoto  Brazil 5 5
32 Lotte Friis  Denmark 4 4
33 Sarah Sjöström  Sweden 3 3
34 Sayaka Akase  Japan 3 3
35 Flávia Delaroli  Brazil 3 3
36 Evelyn Verrasztó  Hungary 2 2
37 Hanae Ito  Japan 2 2
38 Marieke Guehrer  Australia 2 2
39 Kirsty Coventry  Zimbabwe 2 2
40 Tatiana Barbosa  Brazil 2 2
41 Kristel Kobrich  Chile 1 1
42 Xinyu Wang  China 1 1
43 Jie Gong  China 1 1
44 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 1 1
45 Fabíola Molina  Brazil 1 1

Event winners[edit]

50 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro César Cielo  Brazil 21.16 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 24.46
Beijing Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.47 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 24.04
Singapore Steffen Deibler  Germany 21.41 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 23.98
Tokyo Kyle Richardson  Australia 21.42 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 24.09
Berlin Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.01 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 24.06
Moscow Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.50 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 24.39
Stockholm Roland Schoeman  South Africa 21.30 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 23.91

100 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro César Cielo  Brazil 47.16 Tatiana Lemos  Brazil 54.20
Beijing Lyndon Ferns  South Africa 47.70 Shiwen Ye  China 53.66
Singapore Kyle Richardson  Australia 47.40 Kotuku Ngawati  Australia 53.55
Tokyo Kyle Richardson  Australia 47.26 Marieke Guehrer  Australia 53.17
Berlin Steffen Deibler  Germany 46.69 Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 51.96
Moscow Lyndon Ferns  South Africa 47.46 Jeanette Ottesen  Denmark 53.63
Stockholm Stefan Nystrand  Sweden 47.07 Sarah Sjöström  Sweden 53.13

200 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:45.28 Tatiana Lemos  Brazil 1:58.08
Beijing Darian Townsend  South Africa 1:44.27 Qianwei Zhu  China 1:54.32
Singapore Darian Townsend  South Africa 1:44.30 Jiaqi Zhang  China 1:56.95
Tokyo Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 1:43.93 Haruka Ueda  Japan 1:54.43
Berlin Paul Biedermann  Germany 1:44.36 Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 1:52.42 WC
Moscow Danila Izotov  Russia 1:42.77 Veronika Popova  Russia 1:55.25
Stockholm Paul Biedermann  Germany 1:43.03 Camille Muffat  France 1:53.74

400 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Kenichi Doki  Japan 3:47.20 Sakiko Nakamura  Japan 4:06.73
Beijing Zhongchao Zhang  China 3:46.00 Liu Jing  China 4:00.55
Singapore Dominik Meichtry   Switzerland 3:44.32 Melissa Ingram  New Zealand 4:05.91
Tokyo Sho Uchida  Japan 3:43.38 Haruka Ueda  Japan 4:06.57
Berlin Paul Biedermann  Germany 3:42.31 Angie Bainbridge  Australia 4:02.82
Moscow Pál Joensen  Faroe Islands 3:45.56 Elena Sokolova  Russia 4:07.44
Stockholm Paul Biedermann  Germany 3:41.27 Camille Muffat  France 4:01.18

1500 m (men) / 800 m (women) freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Lucas Kanieski  Brazil 14:53.19 Sakiko Nakamura  Japan 8:27.53
Beijing Zibin Zhang  China 15:05.59 Luomeng Ren  China 8:28.41
Singapore Lucas Kanieski  Brazil 14:45.65 Jessica Pengelly  South Africa 8:30.22
Tokyo Sho Uchida  Japan 14:54.38 Maiko Fujino  Japan 8:26.24
Berlin Job Kienhuis  Netherlands 14:40.11 Kristel Köbrich  Chile 8:21.66
Moscow Pál Joensen  Faroe Islands 14:50.66 Elizaveta Gorshkova  Russia 8:29.42
Stockholm Sébastien Rouault  France 14:37.94 Lotte Friis  Denmark 8:20.66

50 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Randall Bal  United States 23.46 Miyuki Takemura  Japan 27.12
Beijing Peter Marshall  United States 23.38 Gao Chang  China 26.00
Singapore Peter Marshall  United States 23.57 Rachel Goh  Australia 26.64
Tokyo Junya Koga  Japan 23.58 Aya Terakawa  Japan 26.66
Berlin Peter Marshall  United States 23.44 Belinda Hocking  Australia 26.99
Moscow Stanislav Donets  Russia 23.75 Anastasia Zuyeva  Russia 27.20
Stockholm Peter Marshall  United States 23.35 Belinda Hocking  Australia 27.42

100 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Guilherme Guido  Brazil 51.44 Miyuki Takemura  Japan 58.01
Beijing Guilherme Guido  Brazil 50.90 Gao Chang  China 57.45
Singapore Guilherme Guido  Brazil 51.16 Natalie Coughlin  United States 57.78
Tokyo Peter Marshall  United States 50.94 Aya Terakawa  Japan 56.90
Berlin Randall Bal  United States 51.34 Femke Heemskerk  Netherlands 57.72
Moscow Stanislav Donets  Russia 50.87 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 58.92
Stockholm Peter Marshall  United States 50.79 Belinda Hocking  Australia 58.13

200 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:51.92 Miyuki Takemura  Japan 2:06.24
Beijing Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:52.42 Julia Smit  United States 2:06.29
Singapore Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:52.99 Melissa Ingram  New Zealand 2:03.99
Tokyo Ryosuke Irie  Japan 1:50.58 Aya Terakawa  Japan 2:03.62
Berlin Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:49.48 Belinda Hocking  Australia 2:03.99
Moscow Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:51.44 Daryna Zevina  Ukraine 2:05.50
Stockholm Arkady Vyatchanin  Russia 1:51.78 Belinda Hocking  Australia 2:03.43

50 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Felipe Silva  Brazil 26.56 Joline Hoestman  Sweden 31.38
Beijing Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 26.36 Jennie Johansson  Sweden 30.68
Singapore Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 26.21 Jessica Hardy  United States 30.35
Tokyo Roland Schoeman  South Africa 26.42 Jennie Johansson  Sweden 30.47
Berlin Roland Schoeman  South Africa 26.09 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 30.16
Moscow Roland Schoeman  South Africa 26.48 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 30.28
Stockholm Roland Schoeman  South Africa 26.34 Jennie Johansson  Sweden 30.10

100 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Felipe Silva  Brazil 57.64 Joline Hoestman  Sweden 1:07.44
Beijing Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 57.75 Ye Sun  China 1:06.18
Singapore Cameron van der Burgh  South Africa 57.82 Jessica Hardy  United States 1:06.49
Tokyo Ryo Tateishi  Japan 57.43 Jessica Hardy  United States 1:05.85
Berlin Stanislav Lakhtyukhov  Russia 58.47 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 1:05.54
Moscow Stanislav Lakhtyukhov  Russia 58.92 Yuliya Yefimova  Russia 1:06.50
Stockholm Stanislav Lakhtyukhov  Russia 58.79 Jennie Johansson  Sweden 1:05.64

200 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Kazuki Otsuka  Japan 2:05.60 Joline Hoestman  Sweden 2:26.51
Beijing Naoya Tomita  Japan 2:05.30 Ye Sun  China 2:21.80
Singapore Naoya Tomita  Japan 2:05.43 Nanaka Tamura  Japan 2:22.74
Tokyo Naoya Tomita  Japan 2:03.18 Rie Kaneto  Japan 2:20.83
Berlin Grigory Falko  Russia 2:06.73 Sally Foster  Australia 2:20.82
Moscow Maksim Shcherbakov
Andriy Kovalenko
 Russia
 Ukraine
2:07.37 Keiko Fukudome  Japan 2:23.37
Stockholm Anton Lobanov  Russia 2:06.85 Rikke Moeller Pedersen  Denmark 2:20.39

50 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Steffen Deibler  Germany 22.49 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.35
Beijing Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.72 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.48
Singapore Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.65 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.24
Tokyo Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.56 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.27
Berlin Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.39 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.28
Moscow Nikita Konovalov  Russia 22.87 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.43
Stockholm Roland Schoeman  South Africa 22.49 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 25.30

100 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Steffen Deibler  Germany 50.67 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 57.04
Beijing Kohei Kawamoto  Japan 50.78 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 56.80
Singapore Steffen Deibler  Germany 50.92 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 56.32
Tokyo Steffen Deibler  Germany 50.43 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 56.12
Berlin Evgeny Korotyshkin  Russia 50.75 Dana Vollmer  United States 55.59
Moscow Evgeny Korotyshkin  Russia 50.99 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 57.09
Stockholm Lars Frölander  Sweden 51.26 Therese Alshammar  Sweden 55.53

200 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Leonardo de Deus  Brazil 1:53.78 Joanna Maranhão  Brazil 2:09.72
Beijing Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:56.21 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:05.33
Singapore Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:53.90 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:05.44
Tokyo Takeshi Matsuda  Japan 1:50.64 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:04.54
Berlin Frederico Castro  Brazil 1:53.65 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:05.38
Moscow Pawel Korzeniowski  Poland 1:53.91 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:06.36
Stockholm Daiya Seto  Japan 1:53.57 Elaine Breeden  United States 2:04.26

100 m individual medley[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Thiago Pereira  Brazil 52.35 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 1:00.65
Beijing Darian Townsend  South Africa 53.27 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 59.80
Singapore Thiago Pereira  Brazil 52.73 Julia Smit  United States 1:00.27
Tokyo Thiago Pereira  Brazil 52.84 Tomoko Hagiwara  Japan 59.94
Berlin Markus Deibler  Germany 52.17 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 59.29
Moscow Thiago Pereira  Brazil 53.12 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 1:00.17
Stockholm Sergey Fesikov  Russia 52.81 Hinkelien Schreuder  Netherlands 59.70

200 m individual medley[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:52.72 Joanna Maranhão  Brazil 2:12.56
Beijing Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:54.21 Ye Shiwen  China 2:08.87
Singapore Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:53.45 Julia Smit  United States 2:08.14
Tokyo Markus Rogan  Austria 1:53.85 Julia Smit  United States 2:08.05
Berlin Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:52.81 Julia Smit  United States 2:07.64
Moscow Thiago Pereira  Brazil 1:54.26 Julia Smit  United States 2:08.56
Stockholm Darian Townsend  South Africa 1:54.47 Julia Smit  United States 2:07.17

400 m individual medley[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Rio de Janeiro Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:06.47 Joanna Maranhão  Brazil 4:40.20
Beijing Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:14.03 Ye Shiwen  China 4:28.67
Singapore Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:02.82 Julia Smit  United States 4:28.72
Tokyo Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:04.03 Julia Smit  United States 4:27.70
Berlin Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:02.83 Julia Smit  United States 4:29.09
Moscow Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:07.06 Julia Smit  United States 4:31.45
Stockholm Thiago Pereira  Brazil 4:04.62 Julia Smit  United States 4:28.59

Legend: WRWorld record; (WR) – World record when swum (earning bonus World Cup points); WCWorld Cup record; (WC) – World Cup record when swum

Victories by country[edit]

Country Men Women Total
 Brazil 30 5 35
 United States 9 22 31
 Japan 14 15 29
 Russia 19 8 27
 Sweden 2 23 25
 South Africa 22 1 23
 Netherlands 1 13 14
 Australia 3 10 13
 China 2 11 13
 Germany 11 0 11
 Denmark 0 3 3
 France 1 2 3
 Ukraine 1 2 3
 Faroe Islands 2 0 2
 New Zealand 0 2 2
 Austria 1 0 1
 Chile 0 1 1
 Poland 1 0 1
  Switzerland 1 0 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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