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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

2018 Open Water World Tour Season Rankings

Courtesy of Oscar Rubio, Mallorca, Spain.

After over 2,000 swimmers competed in seven races around the globe, the Open Water World Tour 2018, co-founder Oscar Rubio [shown above in the middle] announced that the winners of the Tour - Andrea Fos Corberá and Xabier Gordoa Aspiazu - who were rewarded with an invitation to the first event of the the 2019 Tour and weekend accommodations and swim entry for Mallorca Open Water.

Open Water World Tour Top 20 Female Rankings:
1. Andrea Fos Corberá 1000.00
2. Jennifer Ross 1000.00
3. Ekaterina Shatnaya 1000.00
4. Camilla Montalbetti 1000.00
5. Kouveli Vasiliki 1000.00
6. Elina Mantha 999.78
7. Jane Ann Hoag 961.85
8. Georgia Marinopoulou 951.56
9. Katerina Thomadaki 949.75
10. Jinwah Lau 922.88
11. Nuria Giner Fuentes 915.21
12. Nagima Kerimbayeva 911.66
13. Maria Lina Perolari 900.84
14. Barbara Sentre Domingo 890.45
15. Danna Ferrer Pinillos 871.40
16. Christianna Gonidi 868.19
17. Lydia Papandreoy 857.06
18. Katerina Sapari 856.90
19. Sara Weekly 855.32
20. Ainhoa Ruiz de Larramendi 832.58

Open Water World Tour Top 20 Male Rankings:
1. Xabier Gordoa Aspiazu 1000.00
2. Trevor Owens 1000.00
3. Vladimir Tolikin 1000.00
4. Filippo Marchini 1000.00
5. Goudoumis Lampros 1000.00
6. Haritz Elortza Laza 998.71
7. Максим Мазур 998.42
8. Jonas Marin Gomez 990.93
9. Daniele Savia 987.59
10. Giacomo Simeoni 957.32
11. Rafael Zubeldia Mendizabal 928.44
12. Enrique Lopez Estelles 926.95
13. Evan Bian 906.69
14. Giorgos Firfilionis 897.06
15. Massimo Pernumian 881.22
16. Francisco Lozano Calahorra 881.14
17. David Murria Villanueva 878.31
18. Andrea Scatolini 876.59
19. Enrique Perez-Marsa Vallbona 876.24
20. Miguel Angel Ramos Rubio 876.24

For more information, visit italianopenwatertour.com.

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