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.
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.
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.
Hungarian star Katinka Hosszú secured her third gold medal of her home International Swimming Federation Swimming World Cup as she won the women's 200 metres medley in Budapest.