The 2023 Open Water World Cup circuit came to an exciting end on Sunday, where Australia and Italy finished just one second apart in the mixed relay.
Germany’s Leonie Beck became the first woman to sweep both the 5k and 10k open water events at the World Championships since 2007.
La prima tappa degli Open Water World Cup 2023 ha visto un fotofinish nella 10 km maschile, una vittoria in rimonta nella 10 km femminile
Germany’s Florian Wellbrock held off France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier by just a tenth of a second across from the nearly two-hour-long race.
After training with the AS Monaco club for more than a decade, Lisa Pou said she has “received a lot of support from the people that believed in me here.”
With her 5th World Champs title in the 25k, Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha has arguably established herself as the best female open water swimmer in history.
Paltrinieri’s win moved him into a tie for the overall series title with Kristof Rasovszky, while Ana Marcela Cunha emerges as the women’s series winner.
France’s former world champion Aurelie Muller was the star of the fourth leg of the LEN Open Water Cup in Belgrade, winning the women’s 10km event.
Italy went 1-2 in the men’s 10K open water earning the country a total of five open water medals. Gregorio Paltrinieri captured the gold.
Ana Marcela Cunha (above middle) won her third-straight World Championship in the women’s 5km race on Monday in Lake Lupa.
Muller, who is a two-time world champion in the women’s 10k, won the women’s 5k event after taking fourth in the 10k this year at US Nationals.
Katie Grimes is one of multiple 2021 Olympians swimming at Open Water Nationals this weekend and trying to qualify for the Worlds team.
Aurélie Muller of France has already qualified for the 2022 FINA World Aquatic Championships but the open water swimmer was not one to rest on her laurels.
Una settimana dopo la tappa di Barcellona, medaglie olimpiche e specialisti delle acque libere si ritrovano in Italia, a Piombino
We are back and we are live for the 4th day of racing at the 2021 French Elite Swimming Championships in Chartres France.