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Thursday, March 15, 2018

FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series On FINAtv

Courtesy of FINAtv, Doha, Qatar.

You can watch the world's fastest open water swimming on live TV at the first stop of the 2018 FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series is in Doha, Qatar this week.

On March 17th, the men will compete in the morning and the women will compete in the afternoon; both races will be broadcast on FINAtv.

The first 3 days of the broadcast are free with a €6.99 monthly pass or a €39.99 annual pass.

FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series Doha Female Participants:
* Kalliopi Araouzou (Greece)
* Samantha Arevalo (Ecuador)
* Leonie Beck (Germany)
* Eva Bonnet (Belgium)
* Sarah Bosslet (Germany)
* Lea Boy (Germany)
* Mackenzie Morgan Brazier (Australia)
* Arianna Bridi (Italy)
* Rachele Bruni (Italy)
* Justyna Dorota Burska (Poland)
* Oceane Maryse Jeannie Cassignol (France)
* Souad Nefissa Cherouati (Algeria)
* Ana Marcela Cunha (Brazil)
* Martina de Memme (Italy)
* Maria de Valdes Alvarez (Spain)
* Alice Dearing (Great Britain)
* Adeline Furstlleschi (Italy)
* Lara Grangeon (France)
* Phoebe Louise Griffiths (Great Britain)
* Chelsea Gubecka (Australia)
* Chloe Anne Gubecka (Australia)
* Stephanie Horner (Canada)
* Danielle Huskisson (Great Britain)
* Viviane Jungblut (Brazil)
* Kareena Lee (Australia)
* Shan Lei (China)
* Ilona Michele Lourdes Maille (France)
* Angela Maurer (Germany)
* Yukimi Moriyama (Japan)
* Minami Niikura (Japan)
* Anna Olasz (Hungary)
* Krystyna Panchishko (Ukraine)
* Lisa Lydie Madeleine Pou (France)
* Paula Ruiz (Spain)
* Claire Georgina Anne-Marie Six (France)
* Jeannette Spiwoks (Germany)
* Sharon van Rouwendaal (Netherlands)
* Esmee Vermeulen (Netherlands)
* Finnia Wunram (Germany)
* Xin Xin (China)
* Siyu Yan (China)
* Svenja Zihsler (Germany)

FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series Doha Male Participants
* Aiman Al Qasmi (Oman)
* Jiabao An (China)
* Gaspar Andrade Budino (Spain)
* Yosuke Aoki (Japan)
* Bailey Armstrong (Australia)
* David Aubry (France)
* Clement Raymond Daniel Batte (France)
* David Brandl (Austria)
* Jack Burnell (Great Britain)
* Igor Chervynskiy (Ukraine)
* Jean-Baptiste Yann Hubert Clusman (France)
* Aubin Louis Coccordano (France)
* Baptiste Alexandre Colmant (France)
* Marin Remy Corneille Debril (France)
* Allan do Carmo (Brazil)
* Esteban Enderica Salgado (Ecuador)
* Hau-Li Fan (Canada)
* David Farinango (Ecuador)
* Logan Fontaine (France)
* Matteo Furlan (Italy)
* Eric Hedlin (Canada)
* Marcus Herwig (Germany)
* Yasunari Hirai (Japan)
* Caleb Hughes (Great Britain)
* Simon Huitenga (Australia)
* Aleksandar Ilievski (Macedonia)
* Christopher Jedel (Sweden)
* Victor Johansson (Sweden)
* Kenessary Kenenbayev (Kazakhstan)
* Vitaliy Khudyakov (Kazakhstan)
* Arti Krasniqi (Germany)
* Clement Jean Gerard Kukla (France)
* Pablo le Corre (France)
* Shuyi Liu (China)
* Alberto Martinez Murcia (Spain)
* Nicolas Masse-Savard (Canada)
* Soren Detlef Meissner (Germany)
* Taishin Minamide (Japan)
* Abdelrahman Mohamed (Qatar)
* Naim Mokhfi (France)
* Rob Frederik Muffels (Germany)
* Dimitrios Negris (Greece)
* Taiki Nonaka (Japan)
* Leo Jean-Charles Ammar Ouabdesselam (France)
* Gregorio Paltrinieri (Italy)
* Bertrand Payet (Seychelles)
* Damien Payet (Seychelles)
* Krzysztof Pielowski (Poland)
* Fernando Ponte (Brazil)
* Evgenij Pop Acev (Macedonia)
* Kristof Rasovszky (Hungary)
* Christian Reichert (Germany)
* Axel Reymond (France)
* Tobias Patrick Robinson (Great Britain)
* Enzo Alexandre Pascal Roldan Munoz (France)
* Simone Ruffini (Italy)
* Hugo Frederic Emmanuel Saillard (France)
* Mario Sanzullo (Italy)
* Marcel Schouten (Netherlands)
* Oliver Campbell Signorini (Australia)
* Nicholas James Sloman (Australia)
* Pepijn Smits (Netherlands)
* Elliot Sodemann (Sweden)
* Alexander Studzinski (Germany)
* Alexis Leon Lucien Vandevelde (France)
* Diogo Villarinho (Brazil)
* Jules Laurent Wallart (France)
* Andreas Waschburger (Germany)
* Kaito Watanuki (Japan)
* Ferry Weertman (Netherlands)
* Fares Riyad Mustapha Zitouni (France)
* Lijun Zu (China)

For information about the FINA World Series, visit here. For information about the FINAtv, visit here.

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