Information courtesy of Gergely Csurka in Lake Balaton, Balatonfured, Hungary.

Hungary is proving its navigational IQ and open water swimming prowess on the third day of the 2014 FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships in Lake Balaton, Hungary.

Its junior (ages 17-18) team of Attila Kiss, Nikoletta Kiss, and Ádám Orosz won the 3 km Junior team pursuit event over Russian rivals Kirill Belyaev, Anton Evsikov and Anastasiia Azarova.

3 km Junior Team Pursuit Results:

1. Hungary, 33:26.1 (Attila Kiss, Nikoletta Kiss, Ádám Orosz)
2. Russia, 33:34.4 (Kirill Belyaev, Anton Evsikov, Anastasiia Azarova)
3. Brazil, 34:26.4 (Marcus Silva, Yagoh Watanabe, Viviane Jungblut)
4. Italy, 34:33.3 (Francesco Ghettini, Federico Del Pup, Alisia Tettamanzi)
5. United Kingdom, 34:39.6 (Thomas Nelson, Archie Mitchell, Alice Dearing)
6. France, 35:18.3 (David Aubry, Marc-Antoine Olivier, Mailys Lesparre)
7. Venezuela, 35:26.3 (Diego Vera, Gabriel Parada, Astrid Iturbe)
8. China, 35:27.7 (Xiang Liu, Jiwen Cao, Xiaoxiao Niu)
9. Greece, 36:04.7 (Stamatis Kastoris, Asterios Daldogiannis, Anastasia Kyrili)
10. USA, 36:05.4 (Jerad Kaskawal, Pierce Bradshaw, Jessica Arnold)
11. Israel, 36:44.0 (David Dolgizer, Guy Moskovich, Tali Lemcoff)
12. Kazakhstan, 36:50.2 (Vladimir Tolikin, Ruslan Dakibayev, Xeniya Romanchuk)
13. Egypt, 36:52.6 (Moustafa Aly, Mariam Sakr, Omar Adel)
14. Peru, 37:22.5 (Jean Pierre Monteagudo, Erika Garcia-Naranjo, Victor Pinillos)
15. South Africa, 37:28.0 (Rudolf Visser, Sasha-Lee Nordengen, Brandon Isemonger)
16. Argentina, 37:46.4 (Simon Jose Scharagrodsky, Lucas Altamira, Catalina Berraud)
17. Croatia, 38:05.2 (Matija Luka Rafaj, Duje Milan, Nika Percic)
18. Ecuador, 38:26.3 (Luis Mario Zuniga, Pablo Armijos Cordero, Maria Elisa Bedoya Ortega)
19. Turkey, 39:03.0 (Berkhan Sakal, Kerem Ali Giray, Elif Sekerci)

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