Long Katinka obviously did not leave much clues to the conflict with the International Federation (FINA). The three-hour Olympic champion floats 400m mixed Saturday's world's best results this summer on the second day of the Tokyo short-distance station in the floating World Cup series.
According to the event's website, Long Katinka's winner was 4: 21.91, while in the same number, Kapás Boglárka 4: 39.05 was the seventh, which meant 11th overall.
Long – which was 100m mixed on Friday and could not beat 200m butterfly – was 100m behind and made 56.47 seconds bronze medal.
The first stage of the World Cup series was held in a large pool (50m), in Kazan, then in Doha and the second leg on a short track (25m) in Eindhoven and Budapest. In the third round of the series, the 25-meter-long pool is held in three Asian cities, in Beijing, Tokyo and Singapore.