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Sunday, October 18, 2015

Christian Reichert Is FINA 10K World Cup Champion

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Without a doubt, Brazilian Olympian Allan Do Carmo, American Olympian Jordan Wilivmovsky and British Jack Burnell will be in the lead pack at the 2016 Rio Olympic Games marathon swim next summer.

It is even quite within the realm of possibility that the trio will be fighting at the end for a spot on the podium.

But you never quite know what will happen at the end of the race - or a season. With 197 of the world's fastest open water swimmers competing in the FINA/HOSA 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup, it was bound to be an exciting season.

The excitement literally started with the first race and never let up throughout the season - until the very last stroke in Hong Kong where Christian Reichert won the 2015 FINA/HOSA 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup title in the closest race possible over Allan Do Carmo.

The season-long series over 10 races around the world literally came down to the last stroke as Reichert just barely touched out Do Carmo to win his first career FINA World Cup title.

Point Totals after 9 of 10 Races [the final official rankings will be confirmed later this week]:
1 Christian Reichert (GER) 83
2 Allan Do Carmo (BRA) 76
3 Jack Burnell (GBR) 70
4 Rhys Mainstone (AUS) 64
5 Simone Ruffini (ITA) 60
6 Diogo Villarinho (BRA) 56
7 Charles Peterson (USA) 48
8 Esteban Jose Enderica Salgado (ECU) 46
9 Axel Reymond (FRA) 37
10 Romain Beraud (FRA) 35
11 Spyridon Gianniotis (GRE) 34
12 Ferry Weertman (NED) 32
13 Richard Weinberger (CAN) 28
14 Marc-Antoine Olivier (FRA) 28
15 Daniel Fogg (GBR) 26
16 Andreas Waschburger (GER) 26
17 Matteo Furlan (ITA) 26
18 Yasunari Hirai (JPN) 26
19 Federico Vanelli (ITA) 25
20 Gergely Gyurta (HUN) 22
21 Jordan Wilimovsky (USA) 20
22 Samuel De Bona (BRA) 18
23 Nicolas Masse-Savard (CAN) 18
24 Jan Kutnik (CZE) 18
25 Iván Enderica Salgado (ECU) 18
26 Evgenij Pop Acev (MKD) 18
27 Erwin Maldonado (VEN) 18
28 Davy Billiau (BEL) 16
29 Damien Cattin Vidal (FRA) 16
30 Alexander Meyer (USA) 16
31 Sean Ryan (USA) 16
32 Philippe Guertin (CAN) 15
33 Liam Desjarlais (CAN) 14
34 Márk Papp (HUN) 14
35 Vitaly Khudyakov (KAZ) 14
36 Troy Antony Balvert (NZL) 14
37 Hugo Ribeiro (POR) 12
38 Santiago Paul Enderica Salgado (ECU) 10
39 Anthony Pannier (FRA) 10
40 Christopher Bryan (IRL) 10
41 Igor Chervynskiy (UKR) 10
42 Guillermo Bertola (ARG) 9
43 Simon Huitenga (AUS) 8
44 Matthias Schweizer (AUT) 8
45 Ivan Sitic (CRO) 8
46 Yohsuke Miyamoto (JPN) 8
47 Kane Francis Radford (NZL) 8
48 Matheusz Sawrymowitz (POL) 8
49 Gaspar Vasco (POR) 8
50 Rafael Gil (POR) 8
51 Yuval Safra (ISR) 7
52 Mickael Sheil (AUS) 6
53 Aquiles Balaudo (ARG) 6
54 Gabriel Villagoiz (ARG) 6
55 Xavier Descharnais (CAN) 6
56 Duje Milan (CRO) 6
57 Luka Matija Rafaj (CRO) 6
58 Caleb Hughes (GBR) 6
59 Thomas Allen (GBR) 6
60 Shahar Resman (ISR) 6
61 Kosuke Mimura (JPN) 6
62 Kenessary Kenenbayev (KAZ) 6
63 Arturo Perez Verti (MEX) 6
64 Daniel Delgadillo (MEX) 6
65 Daniil Serbrennikov (RUS) 6
66 Tamas Farkas (SRB) 6
67 Lijun Zu (CHN) 5
68 Dániel Szekelyi (HUN) 5
69 George O’Brien (AUS) 4
70 Brian Ryckeman (BEL) 4
71 Joris Wesley (BEL) 4
72 Luis Rogerio Arapiraca (BRA) 4
73 Ventsislav Aydarski (BUL) 4
74 Édouard Belanger (CAN) 4
75 Eric Hedlin (CAN) 4
76 Zhongyi Qiao (CHN) 4
77 Zibin Zhang (CHN) 4
78 Cristopher Lanuza (CRC) 4
79 Matej Kozubek (CZE) 4
80 Adel El Behiry (EGY) 4
81 Mostafa El Kashlan (EGY) 4
82 Youssef El Gindy (EGY) 4
83 Antonio Arroyo (ESP) 4
84 Hector Ruiz (ESP) 4
85 Benjamin Brantu (FRA) 4
86 Jeremie Dufourmantelle (FRA) 4
87 Rob Muffels (GER) 4
88 Ho Yin Kwan (HKG) 4
89 Tsz Fung Tse (HKG) 4
90 Ádám Orosz (HUN) 4
91 Atttila Kiss (HUN) 4
92 Patrik Rakos (HUN) 4
93 Shai Toledano (ISR) 4
94 Shuhei Matsuura (JPN) 4
95 Takumi Nakashima (JPN) 4
96 Marcel Schouten (NED) 4
97 Philip Ryan (NZL) 4
98 Kirill Abrosimov (RUS) 4
99 Oussama Mellouli (TUN) 4
100 Kyrylo Shvets (UKR) 4
101 Andrew Gemmell (USA) 4
102 Diego Vera (VEN) 4
103 Luis Fernando Bolanos (VEN) 4
104 Aleksandar Ilievski (MKD) 3
105 Jarrod Poort (AUS) 2
106 Miguel Carrizo (ARG) 2
107 Darry Billiau (BEL) 2
108 Mathieu Mattelar (BEL) 2
109 Rodrigo Caballero (BOL) 2
110 Walter Rodrigo Caballero Quilla (BOL) 2
111 Tsvetan Yordanov (BUL) 2
112 Antoine Chatelain-Laflamme (CAN) 2
113 Benjamin Lortie (CAN) 2
114 Ethan Phillips (CAN) 2
115 Gabriel Pouliot (CAN) 2
116 Jon McKoy (CAN) 2
117 Timothy Woinoski (CAN) 2
118 Felipe Tapia (CHI) 2
119 Jinwei Weng (CHN) 2
120 Lidou Han (CHN) 2
121 Yifan Zhao (CHN) 2
122 Yuanpeng Lang (CHN) 2
123 Isaïas Vasquez Tavera (COL) 2
124 Rodolfo Sanchez (CRC) 2
125 Karel Baloun (CZE) 2
126 Vit Ingeduld (CZE) 2
127 Ivan Alejandro Enderica Ochoa (ECU) 2
128 Adel Ragab (EGY) 2
129 Youssef Hossameldeen (EGY) 2
130 Charlie Cuignet (FRA) 2
131 David Aubry (FRA) 2
132 Pierre Legout (FRA) 2
133 Yann Corbel (FRA) 2
134 Yohann Aubry (FRA) 2
135 Alexander Studzinski (GER) 2
136 Soren Meibner (GER) 2
137 Thomas Lurz (GER) 2
138 Antonios Fokaidis (GRE) 2
139 Chin Ting Keith Sing (HKG) 2
140 Chun Hin Hui (HKG) 2
141 Chun Kiu Yeung (HKG) 2
142 Ho Yat Winson Lee (HKG) 2
143 Tsz Hin Chan (HKG) 2
144 Yin Kwan Chan (HKG) 2
145 Tamás Novoszath (HUN) 2
146 Mandar Anandrao Divae (IND) 2
147 Mario Sanzullo (ITA) 2
148 Nicola Bolzonello (ITA) 2
149 Alan Rojas (MEX) 2
150 Alfredo Villa Mejia (MEX) 2
151 Fernando Betanzos (MEX) 2
152 Fernando Sevilla (MEX) 2
153 Miguel Alejandro Hernandez (MEX) 2
154 Pepijn Smits (NED) 2
155 Giovanni Gutierrez (PER) 2
156 Gustavo Guitierrez Lozano (PER) 2
157 Jean-Pierre Monteagudo (PER) 2
158 Arkadiusz Osses (POL) 2
159 Bartosz Kubkowski (POL) 2
160 Jan Urbaniak (POL) 2
161 Krzysztof Piekowski (POL) 2
162 Sebastian Karas (POL) 2
163 Mario Bonanca (POR) 2
164 Tiago Oliveira (POR) 2
165 Vasco Gaspar (POR) 2
166 Chad Ho (RSA) 2
167 Anton Evsikov (RUS) 2
168 Evgeni Drattsev (RUS) 2
168 Kirill Belyaev (RUS) 2
169 Bence Balzam (SRB) 2
170 Marek Pavek (SVK) 2
171 Gustav Swedenborg (SWE) 2
172 Hailhem Abdel Khalek (TUN) 2
174 Abdulla Albalooshi (UAE) 2
175 Igor Snitko (UKR) 2
176 Volodymyr Voronko (UKR) 2
177 Martin Culela Magnani (URU) 2
178 Alfonzo Carreno Mendoza (VEN) 2
179 Armando Delgado (VEN) 2
180 Jose Segovia (VEN) 2
181 Wilder Carretoo (VEN) 2
182 Jaime Arevalo (BOL) 0
183 Zedheir Torres (BOL) 0
184 David Pouliot (CAN) 0
185 Jerome Couture (CAN) 0
186 Eduardo Opazo (CHI) 0
187 Ondrej Baumrt (CZE) 0
188 Fernando Armijo (ECU) 0
189 Antoine Gozdowski (FRA) 0
190 Aflah Fadlan Prawira (INA) 0
191 Diego Omar Fierro (MEX) 0
192 Yohan Lim Chou Sang (MRI) 0
193 Daniel Marais (RSA) 0
194 Ali Alkaabi (UAE) 0
195 Yaaqoub Aalsaadi (UAE) 0
196 Gustavo Paccot Piriz (URU) 0
197 Austin Vinton (USA) 0

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