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Anastasiia Krapivina of Russia was initially in. Then, she was out. Now, she is in the Olympic finals.

When Krapivina was replaced by Anna Olasz of Hungary due to her drug suspension, the number of Olympic finalists remained at 25 swimmers.

But then FINA and the IOC recently reinstated Krapivina so there will be 26 finalists in the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro today.

When watching the Olympic finalists, these will be the swimmers’ race numbers:

Female Olympic 10K Marathon Swim Finalists:
1. Heidi Gan, MAS
2. Erika Villaecija, ESP
3. Yumi Kida, JPN
4. Poliana Okimoto Cintra, BRA
5. Stephanie Horner, CAN
6. Anna Olasz, HUN
7. Keri-Anne Payne, GBR
8. Anastasiia Krapivina, RUS 9. Haley Anderson, USA
10. Jana Pechanova, CZE
11. Joanna Zachoszcz, POL
12. Spela Perse, SLO
13. Éva Risztov, HUN [shown above]
14. Paola Perez, VEN
15. Xin Xin, CHN
16. Kaliopi Araouzou, GRE
17. Samantha Arevalo, ECU
18. Chelsea Gubecka, AUS
19. Michelle Weber, RSA
20. Reem Mohamed Husein Elsayed Kaseem, EGY
21. Isabelle Härle, GER
22. Aurélie Muller, FRA
23. Sharon Van Rouwendaal, NED
24. Ana Marcela Cunha, BRA
25. Vânia Neves, POR
26. Rachele Bruni, ITA

Additional articles on the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim:

The Athletes
* Why Ferry Weertman Will Win 10K In Rio Olympic Games
* Richard Weinberger Expects The Unexpected
* Chad Ho Swimming Out Of The Dark
* Jordan Wilimovsky Leaves World In His Wake
* Jordan Wilimovsky Leads Talented Field To Rio
* Aurélie Muller Wins World Championships, Heading To Rio
* The Internationalization Of Open Water Swimming
* Aurélie Muller Is Chasing Her Dreams
* Ecuadorean Swimmers Train On High
* Why Spyridon Gianniotis Will Win In Rio
* Why Ana Marcela Cunha Will Win The Olympic 10K In Rio
* 14:49.19 Bodes Well For Jordan Wilimovsky In Rio
* Why Haley Anderson Will Win The 10K In Rio Olympics
* Why Jordan Wilimovsky Will Win 10K In Rio Olympic Games
* Why Richard Weinberger Will Win Rio Olympic 10K
* Daunting Double, Taxing Triple At Rio Olympics
* Kane Is Able, A Convincing Case Of Competitiveness
* What Women Will Qualify For The 2016 Rio Olympics?
* Challenger From Chattanooga Heads To Rio
* Olympic Déjà Vu For Kane Radford
* Malibu Man Made Of Mettle
* The Uniqueness Of Spyros Gianniotis And Erwin Maldonado
* The Uniqueness of Poliana Okimoto And Keri-Anne Payne

The Water of Copacabana
* Guanabara Bay Is Not Copacabana Beach
* If Not Copacabana Beach, Then Where?
* Contracting Diseases In The Open Water
* How Copacabana Beach Is Viewed By Fathers
* Responsible Reporting: How ESPN Does It
* American Press, Professor Warns About Olympic Waters
* Rio Report Mixes Up Guanabara Bay, Copacabana Beach
* Won’t 30,000 Times As Bad Kill You?

Officials
* Christiane Fanzares Follows In The Wake Of London, Beijing
* You Can Swim, But You Cannot Hide (Drug Use)
* Why Open Water Swimming Needs Instant Replays & TV
* 30 Most Influential People in Swimming + 3
* Technical Decisions In The Open Water
* How Close is Close?
* No Wetsuits Now, But Expect Wetsuits In Future Olympics
* Ridiculous And Sad…Wetsuits Considered For Olympic 10K
* Who Is Jon Hestoy And How Did He Make It To Rio?

History
* Why 2008 Was An Important Year
* Swimming The Race Of Your Life – Mark Warkentin
* Looking Forward To Rio
* IOC Confirms Odaiba Marine Park For Olympic 10K
* A Precursor To The 2016 Olympic 10K Marathon Swim
* The Greatest Olympic Upset In History
* What Men Will Qualify For The 2016 Rio Olympics?
* The Night And Day Of Olympic Swimming

Training
* Podium Hopefuls Train Closely On High
* How Fast Do Olympic 10K Swimmers Train?
* Yasunari Hirai Gets A Kick Out Of Training

The Course
* Connecting The Dots In The Open Water
* Crushing Waves, Strong Currents In Copacabana Beach
* Swimming On The Actual 2016 Olympic Course
* London vs. Rio, Open Water vs. Rough Water
* Wipeout At The Rio Olympics – Rough And Not Yet Ready

Rio de Janeiro
* Olympic Marathon Swimming Success Foreseen In Rio
* What To Expect In Rio’s 2016 Olympic 10K Marathon Swim

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