Arno Kamminga completed a treble in the breaststroke events on the last day of the Budapest stop of the FINA Swimming World Cup and the Dutch added a 4th gold in the mixed relays to join Katinka Hosszu on the top amongst the multi-medal winners.
These are the days the FINA Swimming World Cup has been created for: 4,000 fans on the stands, brilliant action in the pool, outstanding performances from the stars in an electrifying atmosphere. Overall leaders Vladimir Morozov and Katinka Hosszu offered something special:
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. Hungary’s new super-hero Kristof Milak came up with an outstanding silver-gold combination
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
„SuperWednesday” is coming soon – so on the 25th September (only on this day) for the „FINA Swimming World Cup Budapest” the junior (under the age of 18) and senior (65+) fans get 30% discount on tickets which means that all those born after 1st January 2001 or before 1st January 1955 may buy tickets on
A short brake after the first cluster in September, the second cluster will see action in Budapest (HUN), on October 4-6, and then in Berlin (GER) on October 11-13.Finally, the World Cup will come to an end during the third cluster of the Series, in Kazan (RUS, November 1-3) and Doha (QAT – November 7-9)
The FINA Swimming World Cup 2019 is set to kick-off in Tokyo, Japan, the 2020 Olympic city. With the participation of about 140 athletes from 28 countries including recently crowned World champions and Olympic and World medallists, the calendar of the