Mondiali FINA Gwangju Open Water: Nella 25 km femminile vince in solitaria la brasiliana Ana Marcela Cunha. Arianna Bridi è sesta.
Mondiali FINA Gwangju 2019: Alessio Occhipinti conquista la medaglia di bronzo nella 25 km maschile. Simone Ruffini quarto
World champions Marc-Antoine Olivier and European bronze medalist Lara Grangeon claimed the respective titles of the opening leg of the 2019 LEN Open Water Cup in Eilat.
A star-studded and giant field shall line up for the first leg of the LEN Open Water Cup in Eilat. European and world champions, Olympic medalists will swim on Sunday.
The Italians won the Open Water Trophy at the European Championships with 175 points.
Sharon van Rouwendaal won gold in the women’s Open Water 5k at the European Championships.
Hungary’s Kristof Rasovszky won his second race in the season, just as in last year he came first in Barcelona, ahead of France’s world champions Marc-Antoine Olivier and Axel Reymond.
Another outstanding leg is in sight in the LEN Open Water Swimming Cup as reigning world champions will line up for the start in Barcelona on Saturday.
Germany’s Florian Wellbrock touched home first today (Saturday June 16) in Balatonfured (HUN) on the occasion of the fourth leg of the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series 2018.
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Le premier marathon des Séries mondiales 2018 de la FINA à Doha, le week-end dernier a été un succès pour les Néerlandais. Les champions olympiques de Rio, Sharon Van Rouwendaal et Ferry Weertman, l’ont en effet emporté.
Denmark’s Pernille Blum will be among those racing at the “Meeting FFN Golden Tour Camille-Muffat Étape 2” at the Centre Aquatique Christiane et Guy Canzano in Sarcelles this weekend.
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France’s Axel Reymond won the country’s fourth gold and sixth medal of the open water competition at the FINA World Championships in the men’s 25k.