FINA Feels The Pressure: Ups Prize Money On A Failing, Waning S/C World Cup

Sarah Sjostrom - by Patrick B. Kraemer

In a move that will be widely seen as anything between panic to another piecemeal response to pressure for change in the slow-reactive world of FINA, the international federation has upped prize money for the remainder of a World Cup series that is being largely ignored by the bulk of the world’s top-ranked swimmers.

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In a move that will be widely seen as anything between panic to another piecemeal response to pressure for change in the slow-reactive world of FINA, the international federation has upped prize money for the remainder of a World Cup series that is being largely ignored by the bulk of the world’s top-ranked swimmers.

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