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Sunday, October 7, 2018

Jose Luis Larrosa Wins Perhentian Island Marathon Swim

Courtesy of Jose Luis Larrosa, Pulau, Perhentian Besar, Malaysia.

Yesterday, 37-year-old Jose Luis Larrosa of Spain won the Perhentian Island Marathon Swim, a 16 km circumnavigation swim held around Pulau, Perhentian Besar, Malaysia in 4 hours 7 minutes.

The event with 25 participants in the solo race, 10 two-person teams in the duo race, and 5 teams in the 4-person category is the second-to-last race on the 2018 Malaysia Open Water Swimming Series.

Larrosa said after the race, "I couldn't enjoy more this event with friends, workmates and swimmates. I want to extend my congratulations to all the swimmers in the solo division, duo division, relay teams and in the 4 km race.

It was a perfect event
."

2018 Malaysia Open Water Swimming Series
* Port Dickson Open Water Swimming I: 200m, 800m, 2000m, 2000m relay in February
* Kelab Tasik Putrajaya MOWS Challenge: 300m kids, 1900m, 3800m in May
* Port Dickson Open Water Swimming II: 250m kids, 800m, 1500m, 3000m in July
* Bukit Merah Lake: 200m kids, 1500m, 3000m in August
* Perhentian Island Marathon Swim: 4 km solo, 16 km solo, duo and team in October
* Putrajaya Swimfest - Finale: 300m kids, 1000m, 2000m, 4000m, 8000m on November 5th

Perhentian Island Marathon Swim Results:
1. Jose Luis Larrosa Charro4 hours 7 minutes 20.26 seconds
2. Jessie Wong Toh Shing 4 hours 51 minutes 25.49 seconds [first woman]
3. Stijn Paul Agaytant 4 hours 55 minutes 22.88 seconds
4. Barbara Pirstinger 4 hours 55 minutes 35.07 seconds [second female]
5. Raquel Gomez Zapater 5 hours 2 minutes 28.48 seconds [third woman]
6. Ana Villaneuva Penacoba 5 hours 9 minutes 28.84 seconds [fourth woman]
7. Stephen James Jestico 5 hours 29 minutes 28.37 seconds
8. Nicholas William Froy 5 hours 32 minutes 54.33 seconds
9. Alessandra Rossi Cima 5 hours 35 minutes 42.98 seconds [fifth woman]
10. Oliver Worsley 5 hours 38 minutes 26.30 seconds
11. Charin Cheungsirakulvit 5 hours 42 minutes 56.06
12. Derek Bulstrode 5 hours 59 minutes 23.02 seconds
13. Claire Elizabeth Parsons 6 hours 3 minutes 9.31 seconds [sixth woman]
14. Tee Hui Sheng 6 hours 32 minutes 20.04 seconds
15. Minseog Yang 6 hours 37 minutes 24.64 seconds
16. Mohammed Sofia Ismail 6 hours 41 minutes 56.67 seconds
17. Emily Huelsermann 6 hours 42 minutes 10.95 seconds [seventh woman]
DNF Katrin Buchta
DNF Angelia Ong Su Lin
DNF Inoue Motohiro
DNF Soh Tuck Chuen Bernard
DNF Norman Seah Yen Kang
DNF Tang Siew Kwan
DNF Thong Kok Leong

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