2000 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships Information

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The 1st FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships were held on October 29-November 4, 2000 in the waters off Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. [1] 164 swimmers from 34 countries swam in the championships, in race distances of 5-kilometer (5K), 10-kilometer (10K) and 25-kilometer (25K). [2]

Results

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's 5K
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Peggy Büchse
  Germany Germany
1:02:36.29 Kalyn Keller
  United States USA
1:02:40.42 Viola Valli
  Italy Italy
1:02:41.18
Men's 5K
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Yevgeny Bezruchenko
  Russia Russia
59:18.23 David Meca
  Spain Spain
59:20.64 Luca Baldini
  Italy Italy
59:20.86
Women's 10K
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Edith van Dijk
  Netherlands Netherlands
2:06:44.44 Melissa Pasquali
  Italy Italy
2:07:38.85 Peggy Büchse
  Germany Germany
2:08:00.30
Men's 10K
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David Meca
  Spain Spain
1:57:10.50 Petar Stoychev
  Bulgaria Bulgaria
1:57:14.44 Yevgeny Bezruchenko
  Russia Russia
1:57:15.02
Women's 25K
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Edith van Dijk
  Netherlands Netherlands
5:30:04.07 Viola Valli
  Italy Italy
5:30:06.06 Angela Maurer
  Germany Germany
5:30:08.06
Men's 25K
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Yuri Kudinov
  Russia Russia
4:55:51.12 David Meca
  Spain Spain
4:56:11.42 Aleksey Akatyev
  Russia Russia
4:57:03.12

Team medals

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5K
  details
  Italy (ITA)
Luca Baldini
Fabio Venturini
Viola Valli
3:01:24.74   Russia (RUS)
Yevgeny Bezruchenko
Aleksey Akatyev
Irina Abysova
3:01:34.65   Germany (GER)
Christof Wandratsch
Ben Hoffman
Peggy Büchse
3:01:57.76
10K
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  Germany (GER)
Christof Wandratsch
Andres Maurer
Peggy Büchse
6:03:03.64   Russia (RUS)
Yevgeny Bezruchenko
Vladimir Dyatchin
Irina Abysova
6:03:33.95   United States (USA)
Ben Hanley
Matt Martin
Dawn Heckman
6:03:39.81
25K
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  Russia (RUS)
Yuri Kudinov
Aleksey Akatyev
Natalia Pankina
15:24:19.59   Italy (ITA)
Claudio Gargaro
Fabio Fusi
Viola Valli
15:25:33.68   France (FRA)
Stéphane Gomez
Stéphane Lecat
Audy Boitte
15:35:55.73

See also

References

  1. ^ HistoFINA, volume 10 Archived 2015-09-08 at the Wayback Machine; published by FINA; published=2009-07-01, retrieved=2012-03-03 (FINA's self-history, 2009 edition; volume 10 deals with Open Water Swimming).
  2. ^ 1st FINA World Championships from web.archive.org; published originally by FINA (fina.org) in 2000-10. Retrieved 2012-03-03.