FINA World Series. Nelle acque libere di Doha si sono chiuse le gare dei 10 Km. Paltrinieri è quinto, mentre Arianna Bridi si ferma ai piedi del podio
La FINA Marathon Swim World Series 2020 partirà sabato 15 Febbraio a Doha, Qatar. In gara Gregorio Paltrinieri, Mario Sanzullo e Rachele Bruni
Il Premio LEN “Best Swimmer Of The Year” 2019 è andato ad Adam Peaty e Katinka Hosszu per il nuoto in piscina. Rachele Bruni vince la sezione acque libere.
The British Lion who is Adam Peaty sits atop the men’s European pool swimming throne, as honored by the continent’s swimming governing body, LEN.
2019 was a golden year for Brazilian open water swimmer Ana Marcela Cunha, who is now a 3-time Swammy Award winner.
After an 8-stop series in 2018 and a 9-stop series in 2019, FINA will host 11 stops in the 2020 Marathon Swimming World Series, including Hong Kong (above).
Dutchman Ferry Weertman and Italian Arianna Birdi won the final leg of the Marathon World Series in Chun’An, China, wrapping a nine-stop tour.
Open Water: Rachele Bruni Conquista Il Titolo FINA World Series 2019. Arianna Bridi conquista l’oro nella nona ed ultima tappa della serie
Australia’s Nicholas Sloman and Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha dominated the 10km races of the penultimate leg of the FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series.
Kirill Ambrosimov (RUS) and Ana Marcela Cunha (BRA) were the winners of the seventh leg of the Marathon Swim World Series, staged in Ohrid Lake, Macedonia.
FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019: Nella settima tappa della serie, Rachele Bruni conquista l’argento nella gara femminile, Bridi bronzo. Furlan bronzo.
Kristof Rasovszky of Hungary, 22, made history on Saturday August 3 as he won his third consecutive race at the FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series.
Within a week of 2019 Worlds, Italy’s Rachele Bruni and Hungary’s Kristof Rasovszky won the Lac St. Jean stop of the Marathon World Series.
La Française Aurélie Muller a décroché l’argent sur 5 km en eau libre aux Championnats du monde, quelques jours seulement après sa désillusion sur 10 km
Germany won its third open water team gold in the past four World Championships, edging out Italy and the United States by just tenths of a second.