Courtesy of Yaniv Cohen and FINA, Eilat, Red Sea, Israel.

American Michael Brinegar outsprinted Enzo Roldan Munoz of Spain in the 18-19 boys 10 km race at the 2018 FINA Open Water World Junior Swimming Championships in the Red Sea that were held in 27.1°C water.

Only 0.2 seconds separated the pair with Kirill Dolgov of Russiafinished a few strokes behind.

10 km Boys 18-19 Results:
1. Michael Brinegar (USA) 1:49:55.5
2. Enzo Roldan Munoz (FRA) 1:49:55.7
3. Kirill Dolgov (RUS) 1:50:00.4
4. Brennan Graveley (USA) 1:50:01.4
5. Roger Coma Planella (ESP) 1:50:03.6
6. Clement Batte (FRA) 1:50:29.3
7. Nicola Roberta (ITA) 1:51:03.4
8. David Farinango Berru (ECU) 1:51:07.4
9. David Castro Prado (ECU) 1:51:07.5
10. Emanuele Russo (ITA) 1:51:10.4
11. Peter Galicz (HUN) 1:51:53.9
12. Marcos Godoy Martinez (ESP) 1:52:20.9
13. Santiago Arteta (ARG) 1:52:27.4
14. Henrique Ferreira (BRA) 1:53:03.5
15. Mikhail Lipskii (RUS) 1:53:08.6
16. Patryk Jakub Pawlaczyk (POL) 1:54:27.5
17. Tiago Campos (POR) 1:55:09.7
18. David Huszti (HUN) 1:55:20.5
19. Federic Salghetti Drioli (SUI) 1:55:45.4
20. Yunze Wang (CHN) 1:55:54.3
21. Alexander Katelnikoff (CAN) 1:57:27.3
22. Ido Gal (ISR) 1:57:49.5
23. Diego Serida (PER) 2:00:12.2
24. Nathan Beaudin-Bolduc (CAN) 2:00:35.8
25. Junbohang Zhao (CHN) 2:00:37.7
26. Eric Jak Le Roux (RSA) 2:01:43.5
27. Kapse Sushrut Suryakant (IND) 2:01:59.6
28. Yonatan Sharon Rosin (ISR) 2:02:10.3
29. Pedro Martins Rezende (BRA) 2:02:11.3
30. Stanislav Redko (KAZ) 2:03:26.0
31. Galymzhan Balabek (KAZ) 2:03:28.6
32. Refiloe Mataka Mashao (RSA) 2:10:03.1
33. Percy Escobar Coppa (BOL) 2:17:17.7
DNF Ryutaro Hata (JPN)
DNF Grgo Mujan (CRO)
DNF Dino Spadina (CRO)

The Championships is live streamed in a test manner that will be broadcast at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games.

FINA will broadcast the 2018 FINA Open Water World Junior Swimming Championships that begins tomorrow in Eilat, Israel where over 200 athletes between 14 and 19 years old from 38 countries representing all five continents will race in the Red Sea beginning today.



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