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PR 11 - Germany, Russia and China rule Rostock Diving Grand Prix 2019

Germany, Russia and China were the most decorated teams this weekend in Rostock (GER) as the inaugural Diving Grand Prix 209 leg took place from February 14-17.

In the men's competition, home competitor Martin Wolfram clinched gold in the 3m springboard, collecting 417.35 points. Italy's Lorenzo Marsaglia (402.25) and China's Zhang Wenao (394.50) secured the silver and bronze medals at stake.

Russia's Viktor Minibaev won the platform event with 483.75 points, while Yuan Song (CHN, 482.95) and Oleksii Sereda (UKR, 453.75) completed the podium.

Press Releases 2019
Rostock, Germany
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18Feb2019

Six medals, six nationalities in Doha for 10km first race of the year

Today was the first race of the FINA Marathon Swim World Series (MSWS) 2019 in Doha.

In two separate races, 52 women and 84 men competed over a 10km open water race in Doha Bay by swimming four laps of 2.5kms with the water temperature at 20 degrees C.

Spectators looked on from the waterfront promenade (the ‘Corniche’) set against the stunning backdrop of Doha’s city skyline.

Marathon Swim World Series 2019
Doha, Qatar
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16Feb2019

PR 10 - Cunha of Brazil and Wellbrock of Germany touch home first in Doha 10km race

Florian Wellbrock of Germany and Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil were the fastest today in Doha, Qatar, the inaugural leg of the FINA Marathon Swim Series 2019.

Wellbrock touched home first in 1h52m21s6, while Hungary's Kristof Rasovsky was second in 1h52m22s8. United States' Jordan Wilimovsky completed the podium, clocking a time of 1h52m24s4. Italy's long distance star Gregorio Paltrinieri was fourth in 1h52m28s1.

Press Releases 2019
Doha, Qatar
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16Feb2019

PR 9 - Swimming stars say “yes” to new Champions Series

With two and a half months to go to the kick-off of the brand new FINA “Champions Swim Series”, many swimming stars have already confirmed their participation in the three-leg competition, taking place on April 27-28 in Guangzhou (CHN), May 11-12 in Budapest (HUN) and May 31-June 1 in Indianapolis (USA).

Press Releases 2019
Lausanne, Switzerland
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15Feb2019

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