Anna Olasz is rarely without a smile on dryland.
But it is swimming when she is really happy.
Especially after another victory.
The Hungarian 23-year-old has won the Copa Asturias in Spain, the LEN (Ligue Européenne de Natation) Open Water Swimming Cup, the 20.5 km BCT Gdynia Marathon in Poland, the FINA 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup race in Hong Kong – and now the Summer Universiade in Taiwan in water that was measured at 30°C at 5 am, an hour before the scheduled 6 am start.
1 Anna Olasz (Hungary) 2:04:12.2
2 Giulia Gabrielleschi (Italy) 2:04:17.9
3 Adeline Furst (France) 2:04:23.1
4 Viviane Eichelberger Jungblut (Brazil) 2:04:39.3
5 Onon Katalin Somenek (Hungary) 2:04:40.8
6 Barbara Pozzobon (Italy) 2:04:42.8
7 Yukimi Moriyama (Japan) 2:04:49.5
8 Mariia Novikova (Russia) 2:05:05.0
9 Svenja Theresa Zihsler (Germany) 2:05:12.6
10 Joanna Zachoszcz (Poland) 2:05:32.7
11 Olga Kozydub (Russia) 2:06:49.0
12 Minami Niikura (Japan) 2:06:49.1
13 Lenka Šterbova (Czech Republic) 2:14:51.2
14 Betina Martins Lorscheitter (Brazil) 2:14:52.4
15 Xeniya Romanchuk (Kazakhstan) 2:15:45.2
DNF Samantha Jean Winward (New Zealand)
DNF Justyna Dorota Burska (Poland)
DNS Kareena Jane Lee (Australia)
DNS Jade Dusablon (Canada)
DNS Lauren Teghtsoonian (Canada)
DNS Martina Elhenicka (Czech Republic)
DNS Alice Georgina Dearing (Great Britain)
DNS Sasha-Lee Da Ro Nordengen-Corris (South Africa)
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