Hosszu & Le Clos Lead The Way On World Cup Tour

South Africa's Chad Le Clos [photo: Aniko Kovaks]

News Round-Up: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) and Chad le Clos (RSA), both previous winners of the overall $100,000 World Cup prize for women and men, lead the 2013 series race after three rounds of the FINA grand prix event; Ruta Meilutyte (LTU), with $14,500, and Robert Hurley (AUS), with $6,000, were the top bankers in Moscow at the weekend; Hosszu now on $124,000 and Le Clos on $63,000 after three rounds; Marco Koch warms up in Aachen

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News Round-Up: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) and Chad le Clos (RSA), both previous winners of the overall $100,000 World Cup prize for women and men, lead the 2013 series race after three rounds of the FINA grand prix event; Ruta Meilutyte (LTU), with $14,500, and Robert Hurley (AUS), with $6,000, were the top bankers in Moscow at the weekend; Hosszu now on $124,000 and Le Clos on $63,000 after three rounds; Marco Koch warms up in Aachen

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SwimFanFinland

A very illustrative table for the World Cup League. FINA hasn’t created its own yet.

It seems competition is getting a bit more intense in Dubai compared to what it was in Moscow as a couple of new elites attend. Still one question remains: why not to attend the whole Middle East Cluster?

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