Rachele Bruni Leading FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series

Courtesy of FINA, Chun’an, China.

18 women from Bolivia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Singapore, Thailand and Venezuela have arrived in China to compete in Sunday’s FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series race in Chun’an, China.

The Series have seen close races and upsets in Doha, Qatar, Seychelles, Setúbal, Portugal, Balatonfüred, Hungary, Lac St Jean Lac Megantic, Canada, Ohrid, Macedonia and Nantou, Chinese Taipei from February to September 2019.

Close to 50 of the world’s best swimmers have registered for the Chinese leg, 29 men and 18 women from Bolivia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Hungary, Italy, Malaysia, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, Singapore, Thailand and Venezuela.

Rachele Bruni, Ana Marcela Cunha and Arianna Bridi will duke it out again to see who will win the Series.

The race on Sunday will be live streamed on FINAtv.

Current 2019 FINA/CNSG Marathon Swim World Series rankings:
1. Rachele Bruni (Italy) 4450 points
2. Ana Marcela Cunha (Brazil) 3900 points
3. Arianna Bridi (Italy) 3800 points
4. Anna Olasz (Hungary) 2428 points
5. Caroline Jouisse (France) 2300 points
6. Angelica Andre (Ecuador) 1256 points
7. Kareena Lee (Australia) 1150 points
8. Haley Anderson (USA) 1100 points
8. Leonie Beck (Germany) 1100 points
10. Stephanie Horner (Canada) 1050 points
11. Samantha Arevalo Salinas (Ecuador) 974 points
12. Julia Arino(Argentina) 820 points
13. Esmee Vermeulen (Netherlands) 786 points
14. Andrea Terriault (Canada) 700 points
15. Reka Rohacs (Hungary) 660 points
16. Lara Grangeon (France) 600 points
17. Minami Niikura (Japan) 594 points
18. Cecilia Biagioli (Argentina) 580 points
19. Paula Ruiz (Spain) 570 points
20. Yawen Hou (China) 560 points
20. Lea Boy (Germany) 560 points
22. Yumi Kida (Japan) 540 points
23. Aurelie Muller (France) 500 points
23. Kenna Delaney Godfrey Smallegange (Canada) 500 points
25. Aricia Peree (Brazil) 496 points
26. Alice Franco (Italy) 460 points
27. Giulia Gabbrielleschi (Italy) 450 points
27. Morgane Dornic (France) 450 points
27. Heidi Ullrich (Canada) 450 points
30. Chelsea Gubecka (Australia) 440 points
31. Maria Bramont-Arias (Peru) 406 points
32. Chloe Gubecka (Australia) 400 points
33. Mackenzie Brazier (Australia) 390 points
34. Hannah Moore (USA) 300 points
34. Alexandra Bougie (Canada) 300 points
34. Mia Desjarlais (Canada) 300 points
37. Kalliopi Araouzou (Greece) 298 points
38. Onon Katalin Somenek (Hungary) 296 points
39. Fuwei Dong (China) 284 points
40. Romina Imwinkelriedt (Argentina) 282 points
41. Betina Lorscheitter (Brazil) 274 points
42. Katy Campbell (USA) 270 points
43. Xin Xin (China) 260 points
44. Ashley Twichell (USA) 250 points
44. Maria Vilas (Spain) 250 points
44. Martha Aguilar Ortega (Mexico) 250 points
44. Gabrielle Savard (Canada) 250 points
48. Luca Vas (Hungary) 242 points
49. Alena Benesova (Czech Republic) 234 points
50. Martha Sandoval (Mexico) 232 points
51. Hitomi Okamura (Japan) 228 points
52. Aide Sandoval Ayala (Mexico) 200 points
52. Julia Nina (Brazil) 200 points
54. Sharon van Rouwendaal (Netherlands) 190 points
54. Dania Belisle (Canada) 190 points
54. Sandra Frimerman (USA) 190 points
57. Mahina Nicole Valdivia Dannenberg (Chile) 188 points
57. Ellen Ottilia Olsson (Sweden) 188 points
59. Becca Mann (USA) 184 points
60. Finnia Wunram (Germany) 180 points
60. Elise Bolger (Canada) 180 points
62. Jordan White (Australia) 174 points
63. Jeannette Spiwoks (Germany)
64. Erica Sullivan (USA)
65. Mira Szimcsak (Hungary)
66. Madisyn Armstrong (Australia)
66. Spela Perse (Slovenia)
68. Siyu Yan (China)
68. Catia Agostinho (Peru)
70. Anna Novoszath (Hungary)
71. Mariana Mendes (Peru)
73. Martina de Memme (Italy)
74. Miriam Frass (Germany)
75. Sarah Bosslet (Germany)
75. Xu Chu (China)
77. Amica de Jager (South Africa) 77. Lenka Sterbova (Czech Republic)
79. Sofie Frichot (Seychelles) 80. Angela Maurer (Germany)
80. Janka Juhasz (Hungary)
82. Viviane Jungblut (Brazil)
83. Alice Dearing (Great Britain)
84. Danielle Huskisson (Great Britain)
85. Chase Travis (USA)
86. Adel Farkas (Hungary)
87. Sarah Demicoli (Malta)
88. Justyna Burska (Poland)
89. Polly Isabella Holden (Great Britain)
90. Krystyna Panchishko (Ukraine)
90. Dorka Betlehem (Hungary)
92. Mariah Denigan (USA)
92. Emilia Papolczi (Hungary)
94. Vasiliki Eyangel Kadoglu (Bulgaria)
95. Carla Goyanes Garcia (Spain)
96. Muran Tian (China)
97. Yukumi Moriyama (Japan)
98. Yi-Chen Wang (Chinese Taipei)
99. Aleyna Nur Sungur (Chinese Taipei)
100. Hsin-Yi Fang (Chinese Taipei)

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