Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

Matteo Furlan defended his Faros Maratón title today while Aygul Sagirova comfortably won the women’s division.

While youth swept the podium, two veterans also competed. 74-year-old marathon swimming legend Michael Read finished in 5 hours 49 minutes while Irene van der Laan with one of most prolific careers in history completed her 22nd consecutive Faros Maratón.

Men’s Results:
1 Matteo Furlan (ITALY) 3:08:26
2 Volodymyr Voronko (UKRAINE) 3:09:07
3 Duje Milan (CROATIA) 3:09:44
4 Vit Ingeduld (CZECH REPUBLIC) 3:10:11
5 Yann Corbel (FRANCE) 3:10:47
6 Mark Deans (SCOTLAND) 3:11:09
7 Hugo Ribeiro (PORTUGAL) 3:14:53
8 Andrea Crevatin (ITALY) 3:25:57
9 Simon Pistor (GERMANY) 3:29:00
10 Petar Matić (CROATIA) 3:29.08
11 Dino Špadina (CROATIA) 3:30:56
12 Bence Balzam (SERBIA) 3:32:00
13 Jose Luis Larrosa (SPAIN) 3:36:56
14 Pedro Mello (BRAZIL) 3:51:06
15 Aljoša Pribac (SLOVENIA) 3:51:10
16. Andrej Pribac (SLOVENIA) 3:51:10
17 Dražen Adžić (CROATIA) 3:52:31
18 Vaso Vulin (CROATIA) 4:01:43
19 Romano Mombelli (SWITZERLAND) 4:08:46
20 Mate Nižić (CROATIA) 4:14:03
21 Filip Erceg (CROATIA) 4:41:24
22 Mladen Milošević (CROATIA) 5:04:20
23 Michael Read (GREAT BRITAIN) 5:49:18

Women’s Results:
1 Aygul Sagirova (RUSSIA) 3:21:22
2 Lenka Šterbova (CZECH REPUBLIC) 3:29:07
3 Alexandra Sokolova (RUSSIA) 3:32:02
4 Ines Hahn (GERMANY) 3:32:53
5 Nika Perčić (CROATIA) 3:36:23
6 Antonija Buličić (CROATIA) 3:41:56
7 Evelien Sohl (NETHERLANDS) 3:55:46
8 Irene van der Laan (NETHERLANDS) 4:22:39
9 Barbara Pirstinger (AUSTRIA) 4:41:42
10 Mariana Mello (BRAZIL) 4:43:29
11 Eni Perčić (CROATIA) 4:43:56

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