Geneva International Challenge Day 1 Photo Vault

On day one of the Geneva International Challenge, Kate Ziegler, Laszlo Cseh, Molly Hannis, and Zsuzsanna Jakabos scored wins in their events. Rafael Domeyko was there to document the action.

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Kris Maurer, Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

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Group wearing parkas. via Domeyko Photography

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Emma Pilarski. via Domeyko Photography

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Matteo Paul Guiseppe Bodmer. Via Domeyko Photography

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Lena Vaillier Francois and Pauline Biguenet. via Domeyko Photography

Elijah Stolz of Switzerland

Elijah Stolz, Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

Zsuzsanna Jakabos of Hungary, winner of the 200 back

Zsuzsanna Jakabos of Hungary, winner of the 200 back. via Domeyko Photography

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Cla Remund, Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

Jacques Läuffer of Switzerland

Jacques Läuffer of Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

Jacques Läuffer of Switzerland

Jacques Läuffer of Switzerland, second place finisher in the 200 breast (2:17.01). via Domeyko Photography

American Kate Ziegler won the 400 free by six seconds

American Kate Ziegler won the 400 free by six seconds. via Domeyko Photography

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Swiss swimmers cheer on their teams. via Domeyko Photography

Lea Marchal of France

Lea Marchal of France. via Domeyko Photography

Brad Craig, University of Tennessee, 2016 Geneva International Challenge

American Brad Craig won the 200 breast in 2:16.60. via Domeyko Photography

Zsuszanna Jakabos of Hungary

Zsuszanna Jakabos starting her 200 back (2:14.91). via Domeyko Photography

Zsuzsanna Jakabos, Hungary, 2016 Geneva International Challenge

Zsusanna Jakabos after her event-winning 200 back. via Domeyko Photography

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Swiss swimmers take a break. via Domeyko Photography

Logan Fontaine of France after his winning 16:00.79 in the 1500 free.

Logan Fontaine of France after his winning 16:00.79 in the 1500 free. via Domeyko Photography

French open water specialist and 1500 winner Logan Fontaine

French open water specialist and 1500 winner Logan Fontaine. via Domeyko Photography

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary won the 100 fly in 52.55. via Domeyko Photography

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary won the 100 fly in 52.55. via Domeyko Photography

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary after his winning 100 fly. via Domeyko Photography

Laszlo Cseh of Hungary after his winning 100 fly. via Domeyko Photography

University of Tennessee post grads and event-winners Molly Hannis, Brad Craig, and Kate Ziegler. via Domeyko Photography

University of Tennessee post grads and event-winners Molly Hannis, Brad Craig, and Kate Ziegler. via Domeyko Photography

Andrey Grechin of Russia won the 100 free in 50.36. via Domeyko Photography

Andrey Grechin of Russia won the 100 free in 50.36. via Domeyko Photography

Elijah Stolz of Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

Elijah Stolz of Switzerland. via Domeyko Photography

Laura Letrari of Italy won the 200 IM in 2:15.82.

Laura Letrari of Italy won the 200 IM in 2:15.82. via Domeyko Photography

Zsu Jakabos in her 2nd-place finishing 400 free

Zsu Jakabos in her 2nd-place finishing 400 free. via Domeyko Photography

Kate Ziegler in her event-winning 400 free

Kate Ziegler in her event-winning 400 free. via Domeyko Photography

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Sara Staudinger, via Domeyko Photography

Jacques Läuffer, Switzerland, Geneva International Challenge

Jacques Lauffer, via Domeyko Photography

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Hannah Hecht

Hannah Hecht grew up in Kansas and spent most of her childhood trying to convince coaches to let her swim backstroke in freestyle sets. She took her passion to Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa and swam at NAIA Nationals all four years. After graduating in 2015, she moved to …

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