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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Age Analysis Of Olympic Open Water Swimmers

Courtesy of Rick Madge, Swimming World Magazine.

Rick Madge produces a number of analyses from the 2016 Rio Olympics for Swimming World Magazine.

It is interesting to see how the open water swimming finalists tend to be a little bit older than their pool swimming colleagues.

The average age of the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim female finalists in Rio de Janeiro was 25.03 years.

The average age of the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim male finalists in Rio de Janeiro was 25.64 years.

2016 Olympic 10K Marathon Swim Female Results:
Gold Sharon Van Rouwendaal (age 22 from Netherlands) 1:56:32.1
Silver Rachele Bruni (age 25 from Italy) 1:56:49.5
Bronze: Poliana Okimoto (age 33 from Brazil) 1:56:51.4
4. Xin Xin (age 19 from China) 1:57:14.4
5. Haley Anderson (age 24 from United States) 1:57:20.2
6. Isabelle Härle (age 28 from Germany) 1:57:22.1
7. Keri-Anne Payne (age 28 from Great Britain) 1:57:23.9
8. Anastasia Krapivina (age 21 from Russia) 1:57:25.9
9. Samantha Arevalo (age 21 from Ecuador) 1:57:27.2
10. Ana Marcela Cunha (age 24 from Brazil) 1:57:29.0
11. Kalliopi Araouzou (age 25 from Greece) 1:57:31.6
12. Yumi Kida (age 31 from Japan) 1:57:35.2
13. Éva Risztov (age 31 from Hungary) 1:57:42.8
14. Anna Olasz (age 22 from Hungary) 1:57:45.5
15. Chelsea Gubecka (age 17 from Australia) 1:58:12.7
16. Spela Perse (age 20 from Slovenia) 1:58:59.6
17. Erika Villaécija García (age 32 from Spain) 1:59:04.8
18. Michelle Weber (age 19 from South Africa) 1:59:05.0
19. Jana Pechanova (age 35 from Czech Republic) 1:59:07.7
20. Paola Perez (age 26 from Venezuela) 1:59:07.7
21. Heidi Gan (age 27 from Malaysia) 1:59:07.9
22. Joanna Zachoszcz (age 23 from Poland) 1:59:20.4
23. Stephanie Horner (age 27 from Canada) 1:59:22.1
24. Vânia Neves (age 25 from Portugal) 2:01:39.3
25. Reem Mohamed Husein Elsayed Kaseem (age 20 from Egypt) 2:05:19.1
DSQ Aurélie Muller (age 26 from France)

Olympic 10K Marathon Swim Male Results:
1. Ferry Weertman (age 24 from the Netherlands) 1:52:59.8
2. Spyridon Gianniotis (age 36 from Greece) 1:52:59.8
3. Marc-Antoine Daniel Frede Olivier (age 20 from France) 1:53:02.0
4. Lijun Zu (age 26 from China) 1:53:02.0
5. Jordan Wilimovsky (age 22 from USA) 1:53:03.2
6. Simone Ruffini (age 26 from Italy) 1:53:03.5
7. Federico Vanelli (age 25 from Italy) 1:53:03.9
8. Yasunari Hirai (age 26 from Japan) 1:53:04.6
9. Christian Reichert (age 31 from Germany) 1:53:04.7
10. Chad Ho (age 26 from South Africa) 1:53:04.8
11. Evgenii Drattcev (age 33 from Russia) 1:53:04.8
12. Ous Mellouli (age 32 from Tunisia) 1:53:06.1
13. Mark Papp (age 22 from Hungary) 1:53:11.7
14. Ventsislav Aydaski (age 25 from Bulgaria) 1:53:16.1
15. Ivan Enderica Ochoa (age 24 from Ecuador) 1:53:16.2
16. Richard Weinberger (age 26 from Canada) 1:53:16.4
17. Allan Do Carmo (age 27 from Brazil) 1:53:16.4
18. Kane Rae Francis Radford (age 25 from New Zealand) 1:53:18.7
19. Richard Nagy (age 21 from Slovakia) 1:53:35.4
20. Jarrod Poort (age 21 from Australia) 1:53:40.7
21. Erwin Maldonado (age 33 from Venezuela) 1:54:33.6
22. Marwan Ahmed Aly Morsy Elamrawy (age 21 from Egypt) 1:59:17.2
DSQ Sean Ryan (age 24 from USA)
DSQ Vitaliy Khudyakov (age 22 from Kazakhstan)
DSQ Jack Burnell (age 23 from Great Britain)

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