World Cup record and Hungarian medals on the last day of the World Cup Series

The World Aquatics Swimming World Cup has ended up in Budapest in the magnificent Duna Aréna. The last leg’s last day were exciting in the front of a full stands. The amazing atmosphere surely help to the swimmers to do there best, the result – the fans saw Hungarian medals and a World Cup record…

World record and Hungarian golds on the second day of the World Cup in Budapest

After starting with a bang – and Kaylee McKeown’s WR on opening night in Budapest – the Day 2 evening finals delivering another stunning evening session on Saturday. Siobhan Haughey threatened the women’s 200m freestyle World Record, then McKeown broke her own World Record in the women’s 100m backstroke. Re-live all the instant athlete reactions,…

World record and Hungarian medals on Day 1.

The World Cup returns for its last three days of racing in 2023, and it started with a thundershock. The Duna Arena, alive with the Hungarian crowd, witnessed a historic moment as Aussie sensation Kaylee McKeown etched her name in the annals by breaking the Women’s 50m Backstroke World Record. Re-live the Friday night fervour…

Tomorrow starts the World Cup in Budapest

Several athletes have been knocking on the World Record door during the month of October at the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup. Can they breakthrough and write their names into the record books in Budapest?   The final stop of the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup 2023 series will get underway this weekend in the…

Tickets are still available for the World Cup in Budapest!

They sold out almost all of the tickets for the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup in Budapest, so the Local Organizing Committee opened the last seats for the audience.    Here is the last chance to buy your tickets for the World Cup in Budapest, 20-22 October. The best weekend activity for the swimming-lovers is…

World Aquatics Swimming World Cup 2023 – Leg 3, INFO

{:hu} Negyedik alkalommal tér vissza Budapestre, a Duna Arénába az úszó Világkupa-sorozat. Október 20-22. között a világ legjobb úszói ugranak vízbe a 2017-es és a 2022-es Vizes Világbajnokság helyszínén! Az idei, 2023-as Világkupa-sorozat harmadik, egyben záró állomását október 20-22. között rendezik Budapesten a Duna Arénában. Berlin és Athén után a magyar főváros látja vendégül a…

Swimming World Cup 2023 leg 1 – Berlin

Record-breaking weekend in Athens. The second leg of the World Aquatics Swimming World Cup was extremly exciting – World Cup records had been broken in the city of the 2004 Olympics Games’ venue.    The Aussies’ swimmer Kaylee McKeown was on fire in the pool in Athens – she became the 2nd fastest performer all…

Swimming World Cup 2023 leg 1 – Berlin

Qin Haiyang, Kaylee McKeown lead world cup standing after the first stop in Berlin.   World Aquatics World Cup – leg 1., Berlin. Chinese breaststroke specialist Qin Haiyang and Australian backstroke ace Kaylee McKeown showed their bests, they were a way better than anybody else in Berlin. The competition continues for the $100,000 overall prize. World Cup…

A világ legjobb úszói érkeznek a Duna Arénába!

Október 20-22. között Budapest látja vendégül a világ úszósportjának legjobbjait! A medencés úszó Világkupa-sorozat harmadik, utolsó állomása a csodálatos Duna Arénában lesz! Chad le Clos, Sarah Sjöström, Adam Peaty – csak hogy néhány külföldi úszósztárt említsünk, akik vízbe ugranak a Duna Arénában október 20-22. között. A világ úszósportja mondhatni már haza jár a Duna Arénába,…

Tickets sale is on!

{:hu}A World Aquatics Úszó Világkupa 2023. október 20-22. között megrendezésre kerülő magyarországi állomására elkezdődött a jegyértékesítés! Az idei úszó világbajnokságot követően a 2023-as versenyszezon kiemelt nemzetközi versenysorozata Berlin és Athén után a budapesti Duna Arénában fejeződik be. A közelgő (kevesebb, mint 1 év múlva megrendezésre kerülő) párizsi olimpia miatt sztárok sora tervezi a Világkupa versenysorozaton…

2023 – Word Cup in Budapest again!

The World Aquatics Swimming World Cup 2023 will visit three European cities over three consecutive weeks with three days of action-packed long course (50m) racing at each stop this October.   The Swimming World Cup 2023  will be qualifying events for the World Aquatics Championships – Doha 2024 and Paris 2024 Olympic Games. Three destinations for nine days of racing:…

SHIELDS, MCKEON TOPS OVERALL, SATES WITH 5 GOLDS

USA’s Tom Shields and Aussie Emma McKeon finished atop in the Budapest overall ranks to bag 12,000 USD apiece. Shields not only completed a butterfly treble but on the last day he won the 50m fly and the 100m back in a span of fifteen

NO MORE BLONDE (ALMOST WHITE) HAIR, CHALMERS BLASTS 45.50 IN 100M FREE

Rio Olympic champion and Tokyo silver medallist Kylie Chalmers offered an outstanding swim in the men’s 100m free on the second day in Budapest – this time he showed up with a normal outlook

DOUBLE GOLD BOTH FOR SATES AND UGOLKOVA

South African Matthew Sates’ dream journey continued in Budapest: he bagged two golds on the opening day in the Duna Arena and brought down one more junior World Record this time in the 400m free. Maria Ugolkova of Switzerland

SPECTATORS ARE BACK, DUNA ARENA IS READY FOR THE SHOW

For the first time in long months, a major FINA swimming meet will be held in front of spectators – the second leg of the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup in Budapest

SWIMMING WORLDCUP EXTRA: GOODBYE FROM LÁSZLÓ CSEH, FRONTLINE WORKERS COMPETITION

As in the two previous Swimming World Cups in Budapest, this time again there will be an extra program in addition to the official competitions:

STARS ARE READY TO COMPETE AGAIN IN THE DUNA ARÉNA

The FINA World Cup will come to third time to Budapest with the best swimmers in the world, and a lot of young talents too. Not only will we see Hungarian top swimmers compete, such as Olympic champion Milák Kristóf, or Kapás Boglárka, Szabó Szebasztián, Késely Ajna, Mihályvári-Farkas Viki

FINA SWIMMING WORLD CUP COMING SOON IN THE DUNA ARENA – TICKET SALES HAVE STARTED!

Budapest is one of the hosts of the FINA Swimming World Cup competition series, which was held in Hungary for the first time in 2018. On 7-9th October

MOROZOV AND HOSSZU ARE STILL LEADING AFTER THE BUDAPEST LEG

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.

BUDAPEST, Day 2: 4,000 FANS ON THE STANDS

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:

HOSSZU AND MILAK FLY HIGH TO LIGHT UP THE DUNA ARENA

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

STARS ARE READY TO ROCK IN DUNA ARENA

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

ON „SUPERWEDNESDAY” TICKETS ON SUPER PRIZE!

„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

SWC 2019 – BUDAPEST OPENS THE SECOND CLUSTER

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)

FINA SWIMMING WORLD CUP 2019 SEASON DEBUTS IN TOKYO

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

KATINKA HOSSZU COLLECTED THE MOST MEDALS AMONG ALL COMPETITORS!

Another big day for swimming in Budapest: a capacity crowd of 5,000 roared on the closing day of the FINA Swimming World Cup as Brazil’s Nicholas Santos brought down the 9 year-old WR of the 50m fly (21.75), then Jamaica’s Alia Atkinson bettered

SJOSTROM AND MOROZOV LEAD OVERALL BUT BOTH WERE UPSET IN PET EVENTS

Katinka Hosszu (HUN) made it three with another victory, much to the delight of the crowd. Home star Katinka Hosszu secured an electrifying atmosphere right at the beginning by winning her favourite 400m IM with ease.

WANG’S WR AND HOSSZU’S 400TH MEDAL LIT UP THE DUNA ARENA

The historical first-ever FINA Swimming World Cup in Budapest began in rocking mood: 16 year-old Jianjiahe Wang of China set a new world record (3:53.97) in the women’s 400m free. Home hero Katinka Hosszu clinched her 400th World Cup medal

SWIMMING STARS IN THE PARLIAMENT!

The FINA World Cup came to first time to Budapest, and on this occasion we wanted to make the competition even more special, so before the World Cup start some swimming stars were invited to the most impressive building of the country, to the Hungarian Parliament, where they had

KATINKA HAS COLLECTED 399 WORLD CUP MEDALS!

Still among women, the most prolific swimmer of the competition was again Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu, with an impressive 25-medal harvest in three meets including sixteen gold. The multi-talented swimmer triumphed in the 200m fly, and 100, 200m and 400m IM!

SWC 2018 BUDAPEST – MESSAGE FROM ERIC THE EEL

Only one week to go till the start of the Swimming World Cup Budapest, where Eric, the Eel will swim again! Watch live the best swimmers in the world, plus Eric, who will compete with our famous champions and athletes as well as amateur swimmers! The short message from Eric the Eel

TICKET AND PROGRAM INFORMATIONS ABOUT SWC 2018 BUDAPEST

Thanks to the great interest, we have opened new free sectors to the Saturday finals of the Swimming World Cup Budapest, so the fastest ones can still choose the best of the most favored seats! Besides the World

SWC 2018 – BY THE NUMBERS

The most important facts and details about FINA Swimming World Cup Budapest. 1 year after the wonderful 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest, the swimming stars are coming again to the Duna Arena! And a special guest Eric Moussambani will join in for a unique race… FINA distributes a total prize money of over US$ 2.5 million

THE MOST FAMOUS EEL IN THE HISTORY OF SWIMMING WILL ALSO ATTEND THE WORLD CUP IN BUDAPEST!

A special event opens the Fina World Cup Budapest leg, with an unforgettable guest!Do you know who was the swimmer who won the heart of many during

SWC 2018 DOHA – DAY 3: GOLDEN DAY OF HOSSZU AND VERRASZTO

The second leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2018 concluded today at the Hamad Aquatic Centre in Doha (QAT). Katinka Hosszu, from Hungary, was the star in the Qatari capital, by attending 15 finals

SWC 2018 DOHA – DAY 2: 6 MEDALS FROM THE HUNGARIAN SWIMMERS

The second day of the Doha meet was also fruitful for the Hungarian Katinka Hosszu who continued to shine with another two gold medals and two bronze, raising her number of medals in this leg to four gold

SWC 2018 – DAY 1 IN DOHA: HOSSZU OPENS WITH TWO GOLD AND ONE BRONZE

The second leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2018 kicked off today in Doha, Qatar with the participation of 131 swimmers from 23 countries competing for three days from 13 to 15 September

SWC 2018 – 1ST LEG: 11 MEDALS FROM KATINKA

The top swimmers didn’t disappoint on the first leg of the FINA Swimming World Cup taking place in the Kazan (RUS) Aquatics Palace in a 50m-pool. The persistent multi-medallist Katinka Hosszu concluded the first leg with 11 podiums, including five gold.

SWC 2018: NEW TROPHY FOR THE BEST ATHLETES

The FINA Swimming World Cup trophy was presented at the opening press conference of the inaugural leg of the circuit that will take place in Kazan’s Aquatics Palace from September 7-9. For the first time in history, the winners of the overall ranking

LESS THAN A MONTH LEFT TILL THE FINA SWIMMING WORLD CUP BUDAPEST!

We would like to inform you that the evening session of the FINA Swimming World Cup will start at 18:00 on 4th October (Thursday), but before the finals an exciting and extraordinary program

ABOUT THE SERIES…

Created in 1988, the competition gathers the best swimmers in a series of meets organised between August and November each year. Normally across seven to nine locations, the circuit is structured in clusters and distributes a total of prize money reaching over  US$ 2.5 million. A revised format…

MEDAL COUNT

Taking more than 300 medals at the Swimming World Cup is a great perfomance. Katinka Hosszu has already won 374 medals, and she is close to reach the four hundredth medal in 2018. Chad Le Clos is approaching to get his two hundredth medal in this season, now he has 195! How impressive is that?

THE COUNTDOWN HAS BEGUN UNTIL THE START OF FINA SWIMMING WORLD CUP 2018

The countdown has begun: soon again the top swimmers will compete in the Danube Arena! On 7th of september in Kazan (Russia) will start the…