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8.54: Pass at the men’s 9th kilometer: Velly in front, at 6″ Tepper, at 8″ Kalmar, Langner, Zhang, Sodemann, lee. Furlan 11th at 16″ with Reymond and Washburger, Verani 18th at 24″

8.53: Uruguayan Pacote retires in the men’s race

8.51: Now it looks like French Velly straddles the head of the group

8.47: On the third pass from the finish line, 7.4 km ahead of Linka, Cunha, Pozzobon and Boy at 2″, McMahon at 6″, Rohacs, Kato and Auld at 8″

8.45: Kalmar, Minamide and Sudirman in the top positions of the group. Men’s stagnant race 1 hour and 45 minutes into the race, a third of the way

8.37: In kilometer 7 in the women’s field, Lenca passes 3 degrees ahead of Cunha, boy at 5 degrees, with Rohkes and Bozobon, at 10 degrees Van Ruwendale

8.26: Kalmar is back to run at the top of the men’s group as nobody takes the lead when we’re about an hour and 30 minutes into the race and so close to three

8.20: Cunha, Boy and Pozzobon in the group’s top spots in pursuit of leading duo Kato and Linka

8.12: Chinese Zhang is very active among the men, then Tepper, Lee and Kalmar in the lead, and Blue in the middle of the group

8.09: In the women’s field an hour after the competition (4 km) Linka and Kato take a little advantage on the rest of the always-extended group

7.57: Hungarian Kalmar again leads the men’s group. Behind him was Tipper, Zhang, and Li. Azure is always in the belly of the group. We are getting close to racing time

7.55: Now it’s the Japanese Kato who sets the pace in front of the German Lenka, then the boy and Kunha. Pozzobon finished seventh after 45 minutes of racing

7.46: American Tepper sets the pace in the men’s race, Swede Sodemann climbs to second, Kalmar third

7.42: After 2.38 km on the first pass from the finish line in the women’s race: Lenca, Kato, Powe, Kona, Bozobon take sixth place

7.40: An extended group practically in a row in the women’s race. Germany’s Linka sets the pace, then Japan’s Kato and France’s Jouisse are behind. Being the fifth, and the sixth Bozobone when half an hour has passed from the start

7.33. Kalmar, Chang and Tepper are always in front of a compact group in the men’s race

7.30: After 600 metres, Germany’s Lenca sets the pace, and the blue pozobone takes the lead in the women’s group

7.21: The first 20 minutes of the race, refueling for the first time in the men’s race, the combined group

7.17: Hungarian Kalmar takes the lead at the helm of the group stretching in the men’s race, in pursuit of Tepper and Zhang

7.12: Chinese Zhang sets the pace in the men’s race group. Alongside him is the Hungarian Kalmar and the American Tipper. Covered Forlan and Verani Blues

7.10: The women’s race also started. All athletes participate in the water today

7.01: The men’s race has begun

7.00: These are the champions of the men’s race that starts now:

401 BUTLER LARS NED
402 Lee Kyle Australia
403 POP ACEV Evgenij MKD
404 TEPPER JOY USA
405 CHO Cheng-Chi TPE
406- Zhang Jinyu CHN
407 Langner Bin Gear
408 SHOTEN MARCEL NED
409 Armstrong Billy Us
410 FURLAN MATTeo ITA
411 DALDOGIANNIS Asterios GRE
412 Philly Sacha FRA
413
414 PACCOT PIRIZ Maximiliano URU
415 REYMOND Axel FRA
416 Martinez Murcia Alberto ESP
417 WASCHBURGER ANDREAS GEER
418 MINAMIDE JPN
419 VERANI DARIO ITA
420 GALICZ PETER HONE
421 Khudyakov Vitaly Kaz
422 DELGADILLO Faisal Daniel Mix
423 Cassini Franco Evo ARG
424 Lamar Simon USA
425 CRUZ DE ALMEIDA Bruce Hanson BRA
426 Suddeman Elliot Sui

6.58: Among the top candidates in today’s race are also the Azzurri, Matteo Forlan, last year’s Continental silver, and Dario Ferrani who comes from shorter distances.

6.56: Uncertainty prevails in the men’s field as there are no top stars in the Global Fund to begin with. The biggest candidate for gold is France’s Axel Raymond, who won the continental title in these waters last year

6.54: This is the start of the women’s race that will start at 7.10. There is no Hungarian Olasz:

501 Ruax Rica Hon
502 Eichelburger Jungplut Sybil Pra
503 LINKA Elea GER
504 KATO Hanano JPN
505 Heath Robbie NZL
506 de JESUS ​​RISES BY CUNHA AM BRA
507 Old Anna USA
508 POU LISA FRA
509 McMahon Kinsey USA
510 VAN ROUWENDAAL Sharon NED
511 Leah Gere’s Boy
512 Jose Caroline Laure FRA
513 WANG KEXIN CHN
514 Bozobon Barbara Eta
515 CHENG Hanyu CHN
516- wayfarer

6.51: Only one blue at the start, Barbara Pozzubon, bronze last year always at Lake Loba in the European Championships, aiming for a prestigious result.

6.49: In the women’s field, the three contenders are the Olympic and world 10km champion, Dutchman Sharon van Ruandal, Hungarian first race champion Olasz and Brazilian Kona who has already worn her neck but is the gold medalist in the 5km and the bronze for the 10km and aims to repeat himself.

6.46: Italy have been the absolute champions at this edition of the Open Water World Championships so far and want to finish on the boom. Today is definitely the most mysterious

6.43: a swimming “marathon” was organized. The 25 km men and women who awarded the last Hungarian World Cup titles and who so far have kept the blue movement very satisfied

6.40: Good morning, OA Sport friends, and welcome to the live broadcast of the fourth and final day of the 2022 FINA World Cross Country Championships at Loba Lake.

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Hello and welcome to LIVE LIVE for the fourth and final day of the 2022 FINA Women’s Cross Country Championships at Lake Luba. Italy has so far been the absolute champion at this edition of the Open Water World Championships and they want it to end in prosperity. Today it is certainly the most mysterious: As you compete over a distance of 25 km, the open water “marathon runners” will be the great champions of my race today.

In the women’s field, the three contenders are the Olympic and world 10km champion, Dutch Sharon van Ruandal and Hungarian Olasz, champion in the first races andFor being the Brazilian she has already put on her neck but a gold medal for the 5 km, bronze for the 10 km and aims to repeat herself. Only one blue at the start, Barbara Pozzubon, last year’s permanent bronze on Lake Luba in the European Championships, aiming for a prestigious result.

Uncertainty reigns in the men’s field as there are no top stars in the Global Fund to begin with. The biggest candidate for gold is France’s Axel Raymond Which in these waters last year won the continental title but Blues Matteo Forlan, last year’s Continental silver, and Dario Ferrani could also have a say on the podium.

Brought to you by OA Sport Live broadcast on the fourth and final day of the 2022 FINA Women’s Cross Country Championships at Lake Luba: Real-time news and constant updates. It starts at 7.00. Good fun!

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