FINA Swimming World cup prize

The FINA Swimming World Cup 2022 series will bring many of the sport’s most prominent athletes top-level racing opportunities in Europe and North America this fall. The series will feature a special athlete experience tour, a total series prize purse of more than $500,000 USD, and additional bonuses available.

FINA is pleased to announce the competition schedule for the three legs of the FINA Swimming World Cup 2022 calendar today. From October 21 to November 5, some of the biggest names in swimming will compete over three tour stops, continuing the momentum into additional race opportunities for swimmers.

The FINA Swimming World Cup 2022 tournament begins in Berlin (GER) from October 21–23 before traveling to North America for tour stops in Toronto (CAN) from October 28–30 and Indianapolis (USA) from November 3–5 to wrap up the three consecutive weeks of competition.

The event will feature 1,000 of the best swimmers in the globe from about 60 different nations, who will also contend for USD $224,000 in prize money ($112,000 each gender) given to the top 20 male and female competitors in each city.

The series will pay the top eight athletes in each gender, based on their overall ranking, a total prize pool of USD 262,000 for each gender.

The total prize pool for the 2018 FINA Swimming World Cup is USD $1.2 million before incentives

FINA President Husain Al-Musallam said, “We are happy that the FINA Swimming World Cup 2022 calendar will see the greatest swimmers from across the world compete in the three historic cities of Berlin, Toronto, and Indianapolis.


“Athletes will benefit from the World Cup Experience program, a full line-up of local tours and activities in each of the locations, offering a top experience for all athletes in and out of the pool, in addition to additional prize money opportunities available throughout the series.”

The FINA Swimming World Cup 2021 was highlighted by the world record that was set in the 100-meter freestyle event by Australian swimmer Kyle Chalmers. In addition, there were four World Junior Records that were set during the series. Three of these were made by Matthew Sates of South Africa, and the other was achieved by the United States of America in the Mixed 4x50m Medley Relay. The current overall champions of the FINA Swimming World Cup are Sates and Emma McKeon (Australia), and they will carry that title into the 2022 season.

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