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Sunday, August 5, 2018

No Need To Rush At The Start

Courtesy of FINA.

The start of the FINA/Hosa Marathon Swim Series in Balatonfüred, Hungary is typical of professional marathon races. It is in total contrast to the typical finishes that comprise of frantic sprinting.

Balatonfüred 10 km Women's Results:
1 Ana Marcela Cunha (Brazil) 2:05:53.10
2
Haley Anderson (USA) 2:05:53.40
3 Rachele Bruni (Italy) 2:05:54.70
4 Giulia Gabbrielleschi (Italy) 2:05:56.80
5 Kareena Lee (Australia) 2:05:57.00
6 Angelica Maria (Portugal) 2:06:05.00
7 Finnia Wunram (Germany) 2:06:07.30
8 Martina de Memme (Italy) 2:06:08.60
9 Sharon van Rouwandaal (Netherlands) 2:06:15.50
10 Samantha Arevalo (Ecuador) 2:06:16.40
11 Chelsea Gubecka (Australia) 2:06:16.60
12 Melinda Novoszath (Hungary) 2:06:20.90
13 Xin Xin (China) 2:06:23.70
14 Svenja Zihsler (Germany) 2:06:36.40
15 Alena Benesova (Czech Republic) 2:06:40.40
16 Onon Katalin Somenek (Hungary) 2:06:42.10
17 Chloe Gubecka (Australia) 2:06:42.20
18 Yumi Kida (Japan) 2:07:02.60
19 Mackenzie Brazier (Australia) 2:07:02.90
20 Anna Olasz (Hungary) 2:07:11.60
21 Leonie Beck (Germany) 2:07:47.10
22 Viviane Jungblut (Brazil) 2:08:29.30
23 Nikolett Szilagyi (Hungary) 2:08:34.10
24 Yukimi Moriyama (Japan) 2:08:34.50
25 Eden Girloanta (Israel) 2:08:35.90
26 Adel Juhasz (Hungary) 2:08:36.10
27 Reka Rohacs (Hungary) 2:09:01.70
28 Fang Qu (China) 2:09:57.90
29 Luca Vas (Hungary) 2:11:55.50
30 Justyna Dorota Burska (Poland) 2:12:50.70
31 Greta Szilvasi (Hungary) 2:14:54.30
32 Xu Chu (China) 2:16:02.20
33 Muran Tian (China) 2:17:32.60
34 Karolina Balazikova (Slovakia) 2:25:00.30
35 Hannah Blackwood (New Zealand) 2:25:00.90
36 Dana Khaled Abdelmoneim (Egypt) 2:25:18.10
DNF Avital Flaishman (Israel)
DSQ Gerle Kerecsen (Hungary)
DNF Sarah Bosslet (Germany)

Balatonfüred 10 km Men's Results:
1 Florian Wellbrock (Germany) 1:55:40.20
2 Ferry Weertman (Netherlands) 1:55:57.00
3 Axel Reymond (France) 1:55:59.10
4 Tobias Patrick Robinson (Great Britain) 1:56:01.80
5 Matteo Furlan (Italy) 1:56:02.00
6 Nicholas Sloman (Australia) 1:56:02.50
7 Matan Roditi (Israel) 1:56:03.90
8 Jack Burnell (Great Britain) 1:56:08.00
9 Esteban Enderica Salgado (Ecuador) 1:56:19.20
10 Simone Ruffini (Italy) 1:56:20.40
11 Andrea Manzi (Italy) 1:56:20.50
12 David Brandel (Austria) 1:56:24.70
13 Simon Huitenga (Australia) 1:56:25.00
14 Fernando Ponte (Brazil) 1:56:26.00
15 Allan do Carmo (Brazil) 1:56:26.30
16 Mario Sanzullo (Italy) 1:56:28.70
17 Diogo Villarinho (Brazil) 1:56:32.60
18 David Huszti (Hungary) 1:56:34.00
19 Daniel Szekelyi (Hungary) 1:56:36.90
20 Bailey Armstrong (Australia) 1:56:38.20
21 Yasunari Hirai (Japan) 1:56:40.10
22 Yuval Safra (Israel) 1:56:40.20
23 Rafael Gil (Portugal) 1:56:45.80
24 Nicholas Rollo (Australia) 1:56:48.90
25 Ruwen Straub (Germany) 1:56:49.50
26 Alexandre Finco (Brazil) 1:56:51.30
27 Shahar Resman (Israel) 1:56:52.20
28 Oliver Signorini (Australia) 1:56:54.10
29 Taishin Minamide (Japan) 1:56:54.40
30 Elliot Sodemann (Sweden) 1:56:55.10
31 Matej Kozubek (Czech Republic) 1:56:55.70
32 Peter Galicz (Hungary) 1:57:02.80
33 Ivan Enderica Ochoa (Ecuador) 1:57:14.20
34 Zoltán Drigan (Hungary) 1:57:22.40
35 Krzysztof Piekowski (Poland) 1:57:28.40
36 Levente Selmeci (Hungary) 1:57:41.80
37 Marwan Ahmed Aly Morsy Elamrawy (Egypt) 1:57:50.50
38 Mark Papp (Hungary) 1:57:52.90
39 Shai Toledano (Israel) 1:57:54.40
40 Arti Krasniqi (Germany) 1:58:24.60
41 Jiabao An (China) 1:58:32.90
42 Takeshi Toyoda (Japan) 1:59:09.10
43 Kristof Rasovszky (Hungary) 1:59:48.30
44 Kaito Watanuki (Japan) 2:00:12.90
45 Noel Novoszath (Hungary) 2:00:45.90
46 Ido Gal (Israel) 2:00:46.70
47 Yunze Wang (China) 2:00:54.50
48 Tamas Farkas (Serbia) 2:00:59.90
49 Vit Ingeduld (Czech Republic) 2:01:03.80
50 Balaudo Aquiles (Argentina) 2:01:11.20
51 Ivan Fratic (Slovakia) 2:01:52.80
52 Taiki Nonaka (Japan 2:01:53.60
53 Evgenij Pop Acev (Macedonia) 2:03:01.60
54 Balazs Hollo (Hungary) 2:03:01.80
55 Kristof Monori (Hungary) 2:04:32.50
56 Christopher Jedel (Sweden) 2:05:23.10
57 Kenessary Kenenbayev (Kazakhstan) 2:05:53.10
58 Long Cheng (China) 2:06:01.00
59 Jose Carvalho (Portugal) 2:06:52.50
60 Adam Laszlo (Hungary) 2:10:13.70
61 Aleksandar Ilievski (Macedonia) 2:11:08.70
62 Filip Husnak (Croatia) 2:15:10.70
63 Akos Suli (Hungary) 2:23:20.30
DNF Tamas Utasi (Hungary)
DNF Rob Frederik Muffels (Germany)
DNF Mesalam Abdulla (Qatar)
DNF Vitaliy Kazakhstan (Kazakhstan)
DSQ Krisztian Katai (Hungary)

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