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Sunday, January 7, 2018

Stars Shine On Last Day Of German Open

Results courtesy of www.zeitnehmung.at, Veitsbronn, Germany.

It was a busy final day for German host, icon and organizer Christof Wandratsch.

The 51-year-old teacher, coach and world-class competitor kept busy with the fourth fastest 50m butterfly and the second fastest 500m freestyle in 3.8°C water and 6°C air at the 2018 Ice Swimming Aqua Sphere German Open in a newly developed venue in Veitsbronn, Germany.

Tobias Wybierek proved himself the short-distance star of the event with a victory in the 50m butterfly after his victories in the 50m freestyle and the 50m breaststroke.

But Sebastian Engel added a 100m breaststroke victory to his 200m breaststroke win in just touching out Wybierek.

Wunderkind Hanna Bakuniak from the Polish Ogrodnik Team kept undefeated in Burghausen with her victory in the 50m butterfly. And like Engel on the men's side, Nikola Kopecká of the Czech Republic won both the 100m and 200m breaststroke events.

Fergil Hesterman was the distance star on the men's side as he won the 500m freestyle to add to the ice kilometer victory on the first day.

50m Butterfly Male Results
1. Tobias Wybierek (Serwus Burghausen, Germany) 29.56
2. Sebastian Engel (Germany) 30.03
3. Marek Rother (Polish Ogrodnik Team, Poland) 32.33
4. Christof Wandratsch (KeepFrozen e.V. Team Aqua Sphere, Germany) 33.64
5. Martin Tschepe (SVL / swim.de, Germany) 34.94
6. Florian Battermann (SSF Obernkirchen, Germany) 34.58
7. Herbert Mack Lars (RC Abschnitt Mitte PP München, Germany) 34.77
8. Piotr Biankowski (UKS Tri Team Rumia, Poland) 36.21
9. Martin Kuchenmeister (Team Kuchi, Austria) 36.22
10. Jochen Aumüller (TSV Bernau Schwimmen, Germany) 36.63
11. Jakub Valnicek (Czech Republic) 37.23
12. Horst Schürer (Warmduscher, Germany) 38.17
13. Stefan Runge (AMTV-FTV Hamburg, Germany) 38.25
14. Maciej Ogrodnik (Polish Ogrodnik Team, Poland) 38.87
15. Sven Sudhoff (Austria) 42.9
16. Niklas Kalcher (Germany) 43.37
17. Franz Herbst (TSV Erding Abt. Schwimmen, Germany) 43.44
18. Alexandre Fuzeau (Vikings de Rouen, France) 44.15

50m Butterfly Female Results:
1. Hanna Bakuniak (Polish Ogrodnik Team, Poland) 35.43
2. Marion Joffle (Ois'eau libre, France) 36.32
3. Ann-Sophie Meier (TSV 1860 Ansbach, Germany) 37.82
4. Franziska Partheymüller (Germany) 38.74
5. Nikola Kopecká (Czech Republic) 42.08
6. Britta Uhde (Triathlöwen Bremen, Germany) 43.84
7. Peggy Henning (Aqua Berlin e.V., Germany) 44.5
8. Antje Mexner (Wassersportfreunde 1898 Hannover, Germany) 48.98
9. Pavlína Procházková (Czech Republic) 52.14
10. Elke Ortloff (SSV Ostring 93 Berlin, Germany) 59.59
11. Sarah Anne Richter (SSG 81 Erlangen, Germany) 59.6

100m Breaststroke Male Results:
1. Sebastian Engel (Germany) 1:15.6
2. Tobias Wybierek (Serwus Burghausen, Germany) 1:16.2
3. Jochen Aumüller (TSV Bernau Schwimmen, Germany) 1:26.6
4. Herbert Mack Lars (RC Abschnitt Mitte PP München, Germany) 1:33.1
5. Christoph Fromm (TSV Bernau Schwimmen, Germany) 1:34.1
6. Sven Sudhoff (Austria) 1:35.6
7. Zdenĕk Sláma (Czech Republic) 1:37.5
8. Steffen Herzog (Germany) 1:40.7
9. Alexandre Fuzeau (Vikings de Rouen, France) 1:41.9
10. Adrian Alejandro Wittwer (Switzerland) 1:42.5
11. Igor Medyanik (The Federation Of Winter Swimming Of St. Petersburg, Russia) 1:42.5
12. Niklas Kalcher (Germany) 1:54.7
13. Franz Herbst (TSV Erding Abt. Schwimmen, Germany) 1:54.9
14. Matthias Deblitz (Germany) 1:56.0
15. Robert Schönhofen (Wasserwacht Finsing, Germany) 1:58.5
16. Günther Patzig (DLRG Wismar, Germany) 2:03.9
17. Rene Wolber (Austria) 2:30.4
18. Artur Gunther (Germany) 3:22.7
19. Seyfi Bakircioglu (Wonnemar Sonthofen, Turkey) 4:38.3

100m Breaststroke Female Results:
1. Nikola Kopecká (Czech Republic) 1:52.3
2. Antje Göllner (TSV Trittau, Germany) 1:55.2
3. Dr. Marion Lausch (German Gasballoon Team Lausch, Germany) 2:23.2
4. Nina Hammel (Ice Swimmer Breitenauer, Germany) 2:41.5
5. Fatma Bakircioglu (Wonnemar Sonthofen, Turkey) 5:16.2

500m Freestyle Male Results:
1. Fergil Hesterman (IISA Netherlands, Netherlands) 6:13.2
2. Christof Wandratsch (KeepFrozen e.V. Team Aqua Sphere, Germany) 6:20.7
3. Stefan Runge (AMTV-FTV Hamburg, Germany) 6:59.4
4. Olaf Hinrichsen (TSV RW Niebüll, Germany) 7:05.9
5. Martin Tschepe (SVL / swim.de, Germany) 7:20.3
6. Piotr Biankowski (UKS Tri Team Rumia, Poland) 7:26.0
7. Jakub Valnicek (Czech Republic) 7:28.9
8. Jörg Selbmann (Germany) 7:48.3
9. Hamza Bakircioglu (Wonnemar Sonthofen, Turkey) 7:54.1
10. Zdenĕk Sláma (Czech Republic) 8:07.4
11. Jan Bendl (Czech Republic) 8:10.8
12. Martin Kuchenmeister (Team Kuchi, Austria) 8:14.2
13. Ulf Karnikowski (#teamseebachzebras) 8:14.5
14. Matthias Kassner (Germany) 8:26.3
15. Uli Munz (TSV Bad Saulgau, Germany) 8:39.8
16. Carsten Von Pritzbuer (VfL Kaufering Triathlon, Germany) 8:52.0
17. Alexandre Fuzeau (Vikings de Rouen, France) 9:51.0
18. Thomas Himmler (SwRun4fun, Germany) 9:54.8
19. Carsten Hilker (Dlrg Augustdorf, Germany) 10:40.0
20. Klaus Matthes (Germany) 10:49.5
21. Mark Koitka (Germany) 12:16.0
22. Günther Patzig (DLRG Wismar, Germany) 12:26.5
23. Ralf Schwemmer (Ice Swimmer Breitenauer, Germany) 14:01.1
24. Matthias Leers (Ice Swimmer Breitenauer, Germany) 14:27.7
25. Ingolf Gast (Germany) 19:23.2

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