Russian Vladimir Morozov and Cate Campbell of Australia wrapped up the overall men's and women's titles, respectively, on the final day of the Swimming World Cup season in Doha.
Russian Vladimir Morozov secured another victory as Mykhailo Romanchuk of Ukraine broke the International Swimming Federation World Cup record in the 1,500 metres freestyle on the second night of action in Doha.
Day one of the FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha didn't fail to disappoint, with Russia's Vladimir Morozov the headline act once more.
The final leg of the International Swimming Federation World Cup starts tomorrow in Doha, with plenty of questions still to be answered.
Katinka Hosszú of Hungary earned her third gold medal of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Kazan after winning the women's 200 metres medley.
Katinka Hosszú of Hungary clinched her second gold medal at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Kazan.
Vladimir Morozov of Russia won the men's 50 metre freestyle race at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) World Cup in Kazan.
The International Swimming Federation (FINA) has announced its competition schedule for the 2020 FINA Swimming World Cup.
Cate Campbell of Australia and Russian Vladimir Morozov will aim to extend their overall leads on the women's and men's standings, respectively, at this weekend's International Swimming Federation World Cup in Kazan.
Minna Atherton set a world record in the women's 100 metres backstroke as her team London Roar won the International Swimming League (ISL) leg in Budapest.
The big names delivered again as the Group B teams made their second appearance, in the fourth meeting of the inaugural International Swimming League programme, over two nights at Duna Aréna, Budapest.
Britain's Olympic 100 metres breaststroke champion Adam Peaty will make his International Swimming League debut in Budapest tomorrow, in a two-day meeting that will also feature three home world champions, including Katinka Hosszú.
London Roar held onto their lead on the final day of the International Swimming League leg in Lewisville, winning the match by 27.5 points ahead of LA Current in front of a sold-out crowd.
Emma McKeon and Minna Atherton won a pair of individual events each as London Roar led the first day of the the International Swimming League (ISL) leg in Lewisville.
The inaugural International Swimming League (ISL) season is set to continue this weekend with the third leg in Lewisville, where Group B teams will compete for the first time.