Kristóf Rasovszky Wins Lac St-Jean FINA World Series

Kristóf Rasovszky won the Traversée internationale du lac St-Jean 10 km race on the FINA Marathon Swim World Series despite traveling 30 hours from Gwangju, South Korea – where he competed in the FINA World Championships – to Quebec, Canada.

Rasovszky swam all four events in South Korea: 5 km (gold medalist), 10 km (qualified for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics), Team Relay (8th) and the 25 km race (DNF), but had enough in his tank to win relatively comfortably in lac St-Jean.

Men’s 10 km Results:

Kristóf Rasovszky, Hungary 1:53:28.80
Fares Zitouni, France 1:53:41.30
Dario Verani, Italy 1:53:44.59
Matteo Furlan, Italy 1:53:47.00
Marcel Schouten, Netherlands 1:53:47.01
Nicolas Masse-Savard, Canada 1:54:20.11
Samuel Matte, Canada 1:54:48.30
Alexandre Finco, Brazil 1:55:23.42
Damian Blaum, Argentina 1:56:00.12
Evgenij Pop Acev, Macedonia 1:57:14.67
Lars Bottelier, Netherlands 1:57:36.55
Fernando Ponte, Brazil 1:57:56.89
David Pouliot, Canada 1:58:34.15
Edouard Belanger, Canada 1:59:33.69
Solomon Wright, New Zealand 2:01:12.73
Ethan Phillips, Canada 2:03:17.63
Ryley Mcrae, Canada 2:04:22.44
Maxime Gagnon, Canada 2:06:47.17

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