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Monday, February 4, 2019

Francesco Ghettini, Barbara Pozzoban Win In Río Coronda

Courtesy of Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe – Coronda, Río Coronda, Argentina.

Italian men swept the podium at the Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe – Coronda yesterday with their female teammate standing on top of the women's podium.

Francesco Ghettini and Barbara Pozzoban won the 45th edition that changed its traditional 57 km course down the Río Coronda from Santa Fe to Coronda in Argentina to a 15 km loop course (6 x 2.5 km loops) within the Port of Santa Fe.

Ghettini just touched out Simone Ercoli while Pozzobon won with a comfortable 6-minute cushion.

Men's Results:
1. Francesco Ghettini (Italy) 3 hours 19 minutes 0.68 seconds
2. Simone Ercoli (Italy) 3 hours 19 minutes 1.79 seconds
3. Edoardo Stochino (Italy) 3 hours 19 minutes 3.94 seconds
4. Evgenij Pop Acev (Macedonia) 3 hours 19 minutes 9.26 seconds
5. Matheus Evangelista (Brazil) 3 hours 19 minutes 13.49 seconds
6. Damián Blaum (Argentina) 3 hours 19 minutes 39.74 seconds
7. Santiago Paul Enderica Salgado (Ecuador) 3 hours 19 minutes 51.26 seconds
8. Matías Ezequiel Diaz Hernandez (Argentina) 3 hours 25 minutes 19.78 seconds
9. Aquiles Balaudo (Argentina) 3 hours 26 minutes 29.35 seconds
10. Alexandar Ilievski (Macedonia) 3 hours 27 minutes 25.49 seconds
11. Santiago Petrucci (Argentina) 3 hours 35 minutes 32.04 seconds
12. Fausto Emanuel Brondo (Argentina) 3 hours 41 minutes 46.72 seconds
13. DNF Joaquín Alejandro Moreno Munoz (Argentina)

Women's Results:
1. Barbara Pozzoban (Italy) 3 hours 20 minutes 41.96 seconds
2. Pilar Geijo (Argentina) 3 hours 26 minutes 55.85 seconds
3. Romina Soledad Imwinkelried (Argentina) 3 hours 30 minutes 51.43 seconds
4. Martina Oriozabala Frettes (Argentina) 3 hours 38 minutes 25.55 seconds
5. Erika Abigail Yenssen (Argentina) 3 hours 40 minutes 28.34 seconds
6. Daira Eluney Marin (Argentina) 3 hours 51 minutes 21.78 seconds
DNF Rita Vanesa Garcia (Argentina)
DNF Vicenia Navarro (Venezuela)

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