La primera etapa del circuito mundial de aguas abiertas FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019 se ha celebrado en Qatar. Ana Marcela Cunha y Florian Wellbrock han sido los ganadores. Los españoles Paula Ruiz y Guillem Pujol han sido 19ª y 18º. Los ecuatorianos Samantha Arevalo y Esteban Enderica, 25ª y 31º.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
Two huge victories and a narrow defeat that came down to a photo finish are a few of the reasons Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky is this year’s Male Open Water Swammy Award Winner.
Ana Marcela Cunha (BRA), among women, and Ferry Weertman (NED), in the men’s category, confirmed their overall win of the 2018 edition of the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series, after the conclusion of the eighth and last leg of the circuit, on November 9 in Abu Dhabi (UAE).
FINA/HOSA WORLD SERIES 2018 Doha (QAT) – 17 marzo – Swimswam Italia report Seychelles- 20 maggio – Swimswam Italia Report…
Hungary’s Kristof Rasovszky keeps on rolling: after claiming two golds and a silver at the European Championships in Glasgow, he finished his LEN Open Water Cup campaign with back-to-back wins.
LEN EUROPEAN OPEN WATER CUP 2018 09/009/2018 Bled (SLO) Sito web Start List La sesta tappa della LEN Open Water…
European champion Kristof Rasovszky is set to continue his unbeaten run in the LEN Open Water Cup: the Hungarian’s winning count stands at 7 in as many races in the last two seasons and now he is going for the 8th in Slovenia.
Two-time 2018 European Championships gold medalist Kristof Rasovszky headlines the entry list of the 5th leg in the LEN Open Water Cup. Last year he skipped this race but now he is part of event regarded one of the most interesting one as it’s held in the canals of Copenhagen.
LEN European Open Water Cup 2018 25/08/2018 Copenhagen (DEN) Sito web Start List gara femminile Start List gara maschile Debutto…
The Italians won the Open Water Trophy at the European Championships with 175 points.
Hungarian Kristof Rasovszky won the men’s 25k to give him two gold and three total medals for the Open Water competition at the European Championships.
Ferry Weertman won gold in the men’s 10k at the European Championships after the judges required a photo finish to determine the winner.
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.