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Monday, March 18, 2019

Joffle Marion Wins 50m Breaststroke World Title

Courtesy of International Ice Swimming Association, Murmansk, Russia.

Joffle Marion swam several events at the International Ice Swimming Association 3rd World Championship and 1st Ice Swimming Arctic Cup in Murmansk, Russia, but she finally stood on top of the awards podium in the 50m breaststroke.

The 20-year-old French swimmer won her first world title in the 0.2°C water in 38.01 seconds, beating her Polish rival Aleksandra Bednarek, the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Woman of the Year [video shown above].

The International Ice Swimming Association reported the official results:

50m Breaststroke Overall Female Results
1. Joffle Marion (20) France 38:01
2. Aleksandra Bednarek (21) Poland 39:43
3. Samantha Whelpton (34) South Africa 40:04
4. Oksana Beletskay (42) Russia 40:72
5. Elena Mäkinen (26) Finland 41:44
6. Natalia Gnutova (47) Russia 42:18
7. Olive Conroy (21) Ireland 42:29
8. Olga Meshkova (44) Russia 42:65
9. Tatiana Kozhina (52) Russia 44:53
10. Merle Vantsi (54) Estonia 44:53
11. Elena Mineeva (44) 45:25
12. Lotta Mäkinen (23) 46:00
13. Kate Steels (50) 46:79
14. Ailén Lascano Micaz (28) 47:12
15. Deirdre King (38) 48:08
16. Peggy Henning (51) 48:31
17. Barbara Hernandez (34) 48:85
18. Lyubov Gilyazova (58) 49:17
19. Jaimie Monahan (40) 49:93
20. Natalia Usachev (43) 50:42
21. Anna Aksakova (33) 50:56
22. Mollie Conroy (23) 52:46
23. Elena Galiulina (52) 52:64
24. Nikola Kopecká (18) 52:76
25. Verena Jung (37) 53:08
26. Elena Fursova (55) 54:22
27. Eva Hallama (39) 54:50
28. Kathrin Runge (50) 56:32
29. Elke Ortloff (66) 56:67
30. Natalia Seray (53) 1:00:56
31. Debbie Wayman (57) 1:01:85
32. Oksana Andrushkiv (41) 1:01:88
33. Valentina Yaroshuk (36) 1:01:97
34. Irina Sak (30) 1:05:89
35. Lyubov Korotkina (37) 1:06:36
36. Olga Popova (56) 1:06:97
37. Elena Kreychik (33) 1:07:66
38. Anna Korolko (48) 1:07:81
39. Wei Liu (64) 1:09:01
40. Elena Makaryevskaya (33) 1:10:82
41. Ellery McGowen (73) 1:11:48
42. Irina Garkovskaya (36) 1:12:78
43. Bin Yang (49) 1:15:88
44. Valentina Penzan (64) 1:18:31
45. Anne Saxon (61) 1:20:87
46. Irina Petrova (49) 1:40:77
47. Nina Ermilova (75) 1:45:87
48. Tatiana Pervukhina (58) 1:56:06
49. Ludmila Zhuravleva (80) 2:20:43
50. Antonina Zhukovskaya (63) 2:23:26

For more information, visit www.murmanskiceswimming.ru.

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