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Thursday, May 4, 2017

Rio Negro Challenge Amazonia Results

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Rio Negro Challenge Amazonia includes 1.5 km and 3 km river swims from Iranduba to Manaus in Brazil in the Rio Negro.

The Rio Negro is the largest tributary of the Amazon and the largest blackwater river in the world, and one of the world's ten largest rivers in average discharge. It has its sources along the watershed between the Orinoco and the Amazon basins.

1.5. km - Elite Male Results
1. Matheus Costa De Andrade 20:31
2. Felipe Augusto Ribeiro 20:44
3. Andreson Colares Dos Reis 23:48
4. Gabriel Batista Brandã£o Pin 24:48
5. Dalton Cabral 25:29

1.5 km - Elite Female Results
1. Isabele Farias Da Silva 25:25
2. Mã¡rcia Regina Tavares Lima 25:50
3. Renata Rauen Dos Santos 26:55
4. Hannah Rosa Da Silva Mota 29:29
5. Juliana Fontes 29:33

3 km - Elite Male Results
1. Flãvio Josã Saraiva Montei 40:36
2. Felipe Costa De Andrade 40:37
3. Andre Chianca De Brito 42:55
4. Vitor Fernando De Souza 42:57
5. Caio Sakamoto Sousa 44:28

3 km - Elite Female Results
1. Catarina Cucatti Ganzeli 40:39
2. Elysa Oliveira Maia 45:34
3. Yuri Sasai 49:09
4. Jessica Natalia S. Santos 50:05
5. Bianca Evelyn De Morais 51:04

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