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Saturday, January 6, 2018

Tobias Wybierek, Hanna Bakuniak Go 3-for-3 In Germany

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

After winning the 50m freestyle and the 50m breaststroke, German Tobias Wybierek also won his third race in the 200m freestyle at the 2018 Ice Swimming Aqua Sphere German Open in a newly developed venue in Veitsbronn, Germany.

On the female side of the equation, the hottest swimmer of the event, Poland's Hanna Bakuniak won her third event by a relatively close margin over Julie Wittig of German.

After winning the 1 km race in world record time and the 50m freestyle race, she continued her winning ways with a victory in the 200m freestyle:

Bakuniak is shown with International Ice Swimming Association chairman Ram Barkai on left.

200m Freestyle Men's Overall Results:
1. Tobias Wybierek (Serwus Burghausen, Germany) 2:20.4
2. Olaf Hinrichsen (TSV RW Niebüll, Germany) 2:28.2
3. Christof Wandratsch (KeepFrozen e.V. Team Aqua Sphere, Germany) 2:29.4
4. Marcus Reineke (Rinteln, Germany) 2:31.4
5. Stefan Runge (AMTV-FTV Hamburg, Germany) 2:36.5
6. Christoph Fromm (TSV Bernau Schwimmen, Germany) 2:37.8
7. Martin Tschepe (SVL / swim.de, Germany) 2:38.1
8. Jörg Selbmann (Germany) 2:39.2
9. Florian Wölfl (Rostocker Seehunde, Germany) 2:40.1
10. Jakub Valnicek (Czech Republic) 2:41.0
11. Piotr Biankowski (UKS Tri Team Rumia, Poland) 2:43.1
12. Stefan Göritzer (Team Warmduscher, Germany) 2:45.7
13. Jochen Aumüller (TSV Bernau Schwimmen, Germany) 2:48.4
14. Philippe Fort (L'Ois'eau libre, France) 2:50.3
15. Holger Belz (Germany) 2:51.1
16. Florian Battermann (SSF Obernkirchen, Germany) 2:52.1
17. Martin Kuchenmeister (Team Kuchi, Austria) 2:53.4
18. Ram Barkai (South Africa) 2:56.2
19. Hamza Bakircioglu (Wonnemar Sonthofen, Turkey) 2:56.9
20. Zdenĕk Sláma (Czech Republic) 2:57.7
21. Jan Bendl (Czech Republic) 2:59.4
22. Carsten von Pritzbuer (VfL Kaufering Triathlon, Germany) 3:01.6
23. Matthias Kassner (Germany) 3:09.2
24. Niklas Kalcher (Germany) 3:14.5
25. Christian Baltes (Merchweiler Seelöwen, Germany) 3:15.2
26. Müller Müggi (Switzerland) 3:16.3
27. Stephan Schmitt (Merchweiler Seelöwen, Germany) 3:19.4
28. Franz Herbst (TSV Erding Abt. Schwimmen, Germany) 3:27.3
29. Klaus Matthes (Germany) 3:29.5
30. Thomas Himmler (SwRun4fun, Germany) 3:31.8
31. Jonathan Coe (Great Britain) 3:32.0
32. Alexandre Fuzeau (Vikings de Rouen, France) 3:34.0
33. Rene Wolber (Austria) 3:36.7
34. Carsten Hilker (Dlrg Augustdorf, Germany) 3:52.8
35. Veit Brüllke (Fri Ööwingsfloose, Germany) 3:53.9
36. Mark Koitka (Germany) 4:28.9
37. Ralf Schwemmer (Ice Swimmer Breitenauer, Germany) 4:33.2
38. Matthias Leers (Ice Swimmer Breitenauer, Germany) 5:05.1

200m Freestyle Women's Overall Results:
1. Hanna Bakuniak (Polish Ogrodnik Team, Poland) 2:26.8
2. Julia Wittig (Serwus Burghausen e.V., Germany) 2:28.9
3. Sarah Anne Richter (SSG 81 Erlangen, Germany) 2:33.3
4. Victoria Mori (Argentina) 2:42.4
5. Katja Hechel (SG Glems, Germany) 2:46.1
6. Birgit Bonauer (Serwus Burghausen e.V., Germany) 2:46.6
7. Kerstin Thomas (Germany) 2:54.2
8. Britta Uhde (Triathlöwen Bremen, Germany) 3:03.2
9. Conny Prasser (KeepFrozen e.V., Germany) 3:07.9
10. Antje Mexner (Wassersportfreunde 1898 Hannover, Germany) 3:12.3
11. Peggy Henning (Aqua Berlin e.V., Germany) 3:15.7
12. Birgit Becher (KeepFrozen e.V., Germany) 3:17.5
13. Dorit Ewers (VfL Oldesloe, Germany) 3:23.9
14. Reika Albers (Lufthansa SV, Germany) 3:26.6
15. Mirjam Schall (TSG 08 Roth, Germany) 3:30.6
16. Pavlína Procházková (Czech Republic) 3:33.2
17. Kathrin Runge (Triabolos Hamburg, Germany) 3:34.3
18. Elke Ortloff (SSV Ostring 93 Berlin, Germany) 3:35.4
19. Kathrin Döring (Warmduscher, Germany) 3:38.8
20. Margrit Rudolph (Triathlöwen Bremen, Germany) 3:52.8
21. Nadja Karlson (Exathlon München, Germany) 3:57.6
22. Birgit Martin (WSV Bad Tölz, Germany) 3:59.0
23. Kornelia Kornprobst (WSV Bad Tölz, Germany) 4:19.7
24. Ulla Steiner (Coolen Veitsbronner, Germany) 4:32.6
25. Henriette Rymus (SV Halle Triathlon, Germany) 4:33.6

Live streaming of the event between January 5th - 7th can be seen here.

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