German domination of the World Swimming Championships marathon in Abu Dhabi

The Abu Dhabi Swimming World Cup marathon witnessed a high-ranking competition, during which German swimmers dominated their results by achieving first place in the men's and women's competitions.

Swimmer Aflorian Willbrook ranked first for men, after crossing the race distance of 10 km in a time of 1:48:09.40, a time difference of 2.6 seconds over Italian Domenico Asarinza, who finished second, while Hungarian swimmer Christoph Rasovski came third with a time of 2.6 seconds. His value is 1:48:23.6.

While swimming Leonie Beck won the women's gold with a time of 1:58:17.00, ahead of the veteran Brazilian Anna Marcela, while the Dutch Sharon van Rovendal won the bronze.

Yas Bay hosted a group of world stars in open water swimming who competed in the exciting race that inflamed the enthusiasm of the followers on the follow-up podium, and the World Cup Swimming Marathon started at 8:00 this morning with the participation of 76 swimmers in the men's category and 55 in the women's category.

As for the general standings, Hungarian Christoph Rasovsky secured the world championship with 2,250 points, while French Marc-Antoine Olivier came second on the ladder with 2,400 points, and Niklas Frac of Germany came third with 1,650 points.

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