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Swimming: Sharon Van Rouwendaal crowned over 10 km in open water, Muller 4th

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Sharon van Rouwendaal has won the 10km open water title at the world championships in Budapest. The 28-year-old timed her finishing sprint to perfection to overtake Germany's Leonie Beck and Brazilian Ana Marcela Cunha. It was her first world title following three silver medals and made up for her disappointing 10th place in the 5km event.
1 month ago·Budapest, Hungary

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Swimming: Sharon Van Rouwendaal crowned over 10 km in open water, Muller 4th

Dutchwoman Sharon Van Rouwendaal won the open water 10 km of the 2022 World Swimming Championships on Wednesday in Budapest where Aurélie Muller placed fourth.

1 month ago·Paris, France
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Van Rouwendaal wins 10K open water swimming title in thrilling finish - DutchNews.nl

Open water swimmer Sharon van Rouwendaal has won the 10km open water title at the world championships in Budapest, her first gold medal since the 2016 Olympics. The 28-year-old timed her finishing sprint to perfection to overtake Germany’s Leonie Beck and Brazilian Ana Marcela Cunha in the final metres, winning in a time of 2:02:29. It was her first world title following three silver medals and made up for her disappointing 10th place in the 5km…

1 month ago·Amsterdam, Netherlands
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