FINA World Championships 5 km Women’s Start List
Courtesy of FINA, Gwangju, Korea. The women who will compete in the opening 5 km race in Yeosu Expo Ocean Park at the 2019 FINA World Championships are the best of the best, the fastest of the fastest. And that includes Eva Fabian who had previously represented the United States for many years.  Fabian is now representing Israel. Watch live here on FINAtv. Start List:
  • Aurélie Muller (France)
  • Ashley Twichell (USA)
  • Robyn Kinghorn (South Africa)
  • Kate Farley Sanderson (Canada)
  • Rachele Brune (Italy)
  • Maria de Valdes Alvarez (Spain)
  • Paula Ruiz (Spain)
  • Yanci Vanegas (Guatamala)
  • Alena Benesova (Czech Republic)
  • Martha Sandoval (Mexico)
  • Lenka Sterbova (Czech Republic)
  • Michelle Weber (South Africa)
  • Maria Alejandra Bramont-Arias (Peru)
  • Mackenize Brazier (Australia)
  • Chloe Gubecka (Australia)
  • Aide Lourdes Sandoval Ayala (Mexico)
  • Eden Girloanta (Israel)
  • Viviane Jungblut (Brazil)
  • Cho Ying Wong (Hong Kong)
  • Hannah Moore (USA)
  • Yawen Hou (China)
  • Sharon van Rouwendaal (Netherlands)
  • Maisie Emily Macartney (Great Britain)
  • Jeongmin Lee (Korea)
  • Ana Marcela Cunha (Brazil)
  • Camila Mercado (Bolivia)
  • Merle Liivand (Estonia)
  • Tsz Yin Nip (Hong Kong)
  • Anna Olasz (Hungary)
  • Eva Fabian (Israel)
  • Julia Lucila Arino (Argentina)
  • Nataly Caldas Calle (Ecuador)
  • Genesis Rojas (Costa Rica
  • Spela Perse (Slovenia)
  • Lara Grangeon (France)
  • Kalliopi Araouzou (Greece)
  • Leonie Beck (Germany)
  • Reka Rohacs (Hungary)
  • Seonjae Ban (Korea)
  • Karolina Balazikova (Slovakia)
  • Finnia Wunram (Germany)
  • Sandy Atef (Egypt)
  • Justyna Dorota Burska (Poland)
  • Mariya Fedotova (Kazakhstan)
  • Valeriia Ermakova (Russia)
  • Chantel Lily Jeffrey (Canada)
  • Ana Abad (Ecuador)
  • Paola Perez (Venezuela)
  • Giulia Gabbrielleschi (Italy)
  • Mariia Novikova (Russia)
  • Angelica Andre (Portugal)
  • Krystyna Panchishko (Ukraine)
  • Siyu Yan (China)
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