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Doha SWC: Morozov, Rapsys, Hosszu each go 7-for-7 on Day 1

DOHA – On the first night of the FINA World Cup final in Doha, Qatar, three swimmers had a chance to finish the season with seven wins in seven races. All three succeeded.

Danas Rapsys of Lithuania won his seventh consecutive 400m free, but he was a bit surprised. “I didn’t think it would come!”  he said.

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07Nov2019

Morozov, Qatar’s next generation set for SWC final in Doha

DOHA – More than 200 swimmers from 44 nations have descended on Doha, Qatar, for the seventh and final leg of the Swimming World Cup series. Among them is Vladimir Morozov of Russia who leads the point standings by an insurmountable margin and is destined to win the overall title for the second year in a row, along with a check for $150,000 USD.

But comfort is relative.

Despite Morozov’s cushy lead in points, he was a bit edgy at Wednesday’s press conference.

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06Nov2019

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