2019 FINA Swimming World Cup

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The 2019 FINA Swimming World Cup is a series of seven three-day meets in seven different cities between August and November 2019. This edition is held in the long course (50 meter pool) format.

Meets[edit]

The 2019 World Cup consisted of the following seven meets, which were divided into three clusters.[1]

Cluster Meet Dates Location Venue Results
1 1 2–4 August Japan Tokyo, Japan Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center [2]
2 8–10 August China Jinan, China Jinan Olympic Sports Center [3]
3 15–17 August Singapore Singapore OCBC Aquatic Centre [4]
2 4 4–6 October Hungary Budapest, Hungary Danube Arena
5 11–13 October Germany Berlin, Germany SSE (in German)
3 6 1–3 November Russia Kazan, Russia Palace of Water Sports
7 7–9 November Qatar Doha, Qatar Hamad Aquatic Centre

World Cup standings[edit]

  • Composition of points:[5]
    • Best performances (by meets): 1st place: 24 points, 2nd place: 18 points and 3rd place: 12 points;
    • Points for medals (in individual events): gold medal: 12 points, silver medal: 9 points and bronze medal: 6 points;
    • Bonus for world record (WR): 20 points. Tying a WR: 10 points.

Men[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total[6]
JPN CHN SGP HUN GER RUS QAT
1 Vladimir Morozov  Russia 48 48 60 156
2 Andrew Wilson  United States 42 45 45 129
3 Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 24 42 45 111
4 Mitch Larkin  Australia 36 36 36 108
5 Michael Andrew  United States 21 27 30 78
6 Szebasztián Szabó  Hungary 21 30 27 78
7 Thomas Fraser-Holmes  Australia 9 24 27 60
8 Grant Irvine  Australia 9 21 24 54

Women[edit]

Rank Name Nationality Points awarded (Bonus) Total[6]
JPN CHN SGP HUN GER RUS QAT
1 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 54 48 54 156
2 Cate Campbell  Australia 45 60 45 150
3 Emily Seebohm  Australia 36 27 42 105
4 Michelle Coleman  Sweden 18 27 30 75
5 Holly Barratt  Australia 12 21 33 66
6 Zsuzsanna Jakabos  Hungary 6 27 30 63
7 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 12 24 24 60
8 Erica Sullivan  United States 0 30 27 57

Event winners[edit]

50 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.56 Michelle Coleman  Sweden 24.66
Jinan Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.50 Cate Campbell  Australia 24.16
Singapore Vladimir Morozov  Russia 21.27 WC Cate Campbell  Australia 24.02
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

100 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Vladimir Morozov  Russia 48.12 Cate Campbell  Australia 52.64 WC
Jinan Vladimir Morozov  Russia 47.99 WC Cate Campbell  Australia 52.34 WC
Singapore Vladimir Morozov  Russia 47.88 WC Michelle Coleman  Sweden 53.63
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

200 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 1:45.74 WC Brianna Throssell  Australia 1:56.99
Jinan Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 1:45.07 WC Hou Yawen  China 1:58.98
Singapore Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 1:44.38 WC Zsuzsanna Jakabos  Hungary 1:58.40
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

400 m freestyle[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 3:45.57 WC Kiah Melverton  Australia 4:06.71
Jinan Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 3:43.91 WC Erica Sullivan  United States 4:08.70
Singapore Danas Rapšys  Lithuania 3:45.59 Maddy Gough  Australia 4:08.09
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

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

Meet Men (1500 m) Women (800 m)
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Syogo Takeda  Japan 15:07.05 Kiah Melverton  Australia 8:22.24 WC
Jinan Ji Xinjie  China 15:16.15 Erica Sullivan  United States 8:26.13
Singapore Ben Roberts  Australia 15:21.58 Erica Sullivan  United States 8:26.60
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

50 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Vladimir Morozov  Russia 24.53 Emily Seebohm  Australia 28.03
Jinan Vladimir Morozov  Russia 24.43 =WC Liu Xiang  China 27.35 WC
Singapore Vladimir Morozov  Russia 24.40 WC Holly Barratt  Australia 27.95
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

100 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Mitch Larkin  Australia 53.76 Emily Seebohm  Australia 59.44
Jinan Mitch Larkin  Australia 53.79 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 59.65
Singapore Mitch Larkin  Australia 53.43 Emily Seebohm  Australia 59.43
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

200 m backstroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:55.97 Emily Seebohm  Australia 2:09.03
Jinan Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:56.39 Emily Seebohm  Australia 2:09.56
Singapore Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:56.60 Emily Seebohm  Australia 2:10.50
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

50 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Ilya Shymanovich  Belarus 26.78 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 30.35
Jinan Yan Zibei  China 27.12 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 30.92
Singapore Nicolò Martinenghi  Italy 27.23 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 30.31
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

100 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Ilya Shymanovich  Belarus 58.73 WC Tatjana Schoenmaker  South Africa 1:06.54
Jinan Yan Zibei  China 59.08 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 1:07.06
Singapore Andrew Wilson  United States 58.93 Alia Atkinson  Jamaica 1:07.35
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

200 m breaststroke[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Andrew Wilson  United States 2:07.77 Tatjana Schoenmaker  South Africa 2:22.35 WC
Jinan Andrew Wilson  United States 2:08.24 Vitalina Simonova  Russia 2:24.52
Singapore Andrew Wilson  United States 2:09.11 Vitalina Simonova  Russia 2:25.65
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

50 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Andriy Govorov  Ukraine 23.10 Holly Barratt  Australia 25.96
Jinan Szebasztián Szabó  Hungary 22.93 Cate Campbell  Australia 25.63
Singapore Michael Andrew  United States 23.07 Holly Barratt  Australia 25.31
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

100 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Andrew Seliskar  United States 51.34 Louise Hansson  Sweden 57.92
Jinan Szebasztián Szabó  Hungary 51.45 Zhang Yufei  China 57.41
Singapore Grant Irvine  Australia 51.26 Zhang Yufei  China 57.94
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

200 m butterfly[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Nao Horomura  Japan 1:55.25 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:07.10
Jinan Grant Irvine  Australia 1:55.94 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:07.26
Singapore Grant Irvine  Australia 1:56.77 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:07.07
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

200 m individual medley[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:57.06 WC Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:08.63
Jinan Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:57.26 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:09.41
Singapore Mitch Larkin  Australia 1:57.43 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 2:08.63
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

400 m individual medley[edit]

Meet Men Women
Winner Nationality Time Winner Nationality Time
Tokyo Daiya Seto  Japan 4:11.41 WC Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 4:32.30 WC
Jinan Thomas Fraser-Holmes  Australia 4:20.50 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 4:36.99
Singapore Thomas Fraser-Holmes  Australia 4:17.14 Katinka Hosszú  Hungary 4:39.76
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

4 × 100 m mixed relays[edit]

Meet 4 × 100 m mixed freestyle 4 × 100 m mixed medley
Winners Nationality Time Winners Nationality Time
Tokyo Cameron McEvoy
Thomas Fraser-Holmes
Madison Wilson
Cate Campbell
 Australia 3:24.89 WC Natsumi Sakai
Yasuhiro Koseki
Naoki Mizunuma
Rika Omoto
 Japan 3:44.75 WC
Jinan Mitch Larkin
Thomas Fraser-Holmes
Emily Seebohm
Cate Campbell
 Australia 3:26.61 Xu Jiayu
Yan Zibei
Zhang Yufei
Zhu Menghui
 China 3:43.79 WC
Singapore Thomas Fraser-Holmes
Mitch Larkin
Emily Seebohm
Cate Campbell
 Australia 3:26.45 Michael Andrew
Breeja Larson
Giles Smith
Erica Sullivan
 United States 3:52.17
Budapest
Berlin
Kazan
Doha

Legend: WRWorld record; WJRWorld Junior record; WCWorld Cup record

References[edit]

  1. ^ "FINA Swimming World Cup 2019". Official FINA website. Retrieved 2019-08-11.
  2. ^ "FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 Tokyo" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  3. ^ "FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 Jinan" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  4. ^ "FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 Singapore" (PDF). Omega Timing. Retrieved 17 August 2019.
  5. ^ "FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 Summons" (PDF). FINA. 17 April 2019. Retrieved 12 August 2019.
  6. ^ a b "Book #1/3 (after Cluster 1)" (PDF). FINA. 21 August 2019. Retrieved 21 August 2019.