Alisa Fatum Goes 2 For 2 At International Winter Swimming World Championships

Courtesy of International Winter Swimming World Championships, Lake Bled, Slovenia.

Alisa Fatum followed up her 1000m freestyle victory and new record at the 2020 International Winter Swimming World Championships in Lake Bled, Slovenia with the fastest time (6:00.77) in the 450m event.

Julia Wittig followed her with a 6:23.96, a new 40-44 age group record. Claudia Müller of Austria also set a new 50-54 age group record in 7:45.65.

Women’s 450m Freestyle Results:

A2 (15-19 years)
1. Nikola Kopecka 8:28.99 Czech Republic

B (20-29 years, Age Group World Record: 5:40.57)
1. Alisa Fatum 6:00.77 Germany
2. Marion Joffle 6:28.93 France
3. Victoria Mori 6:40.32 Argentina
4. Pavlína Nováková 6:57.80 Czech Republic
5. Magda Okurkova 7:15.76 Czech Republic
6. Jana Procházková 7:19.19 Czech Republic
7. Wiktoria Lewankowska 7:20.09 Poland
8. Elina Mäkinen 7:37.33 Finland
9. Ailen Lascano Micaz 7:38.59 Argentina
10. Zuzana Procházková 8:00.63 Czech Republic
11. Rebecca Harvey 10:05.85 United Kingdom
12. Catharina Hoegdal 10:30.75 Denmark

C (30-39, Age Group World Record: 5:42.62)
1. Jade Perry 7:01.05 United Kingdom
2. Bárbara Hernández 7:04.66 Chile
3. Birgit Bonauer 7:10.04 Germany
4. Anita Goyos 7:14.81 United Kingdom

D (40-44, Age Group World Record: 6:33.25)
1. Julia Wittig 6:23.96 Germany
2. Sarah Anne Richter 6:51.35 Germany
3. Radka Eremiasova 7:06.34 Czech Republic
4. Conny Prasser 7:41.56 Germany
5. Tatiana Gavrilenkova 8:00.15 Russia

E (45-49, Age Group World Record: 6:56.60)
1. Melanie Hollan 7:13.04 Australia
2. Kerstin Thomas 7:52.43 Germany
3. Katleen Schierz 7:58.84 Germany
4. Petra Svejda Johova 8:21.57 Czech Republic
5. Tatiana Chuda 8:35.89 Slovakia
6. Dana Zborilova 9:29.71 Czech Republic
7. Corinna Schütt 9:42.67 Germany
8. Sandra Brettar 11:16.04 Germany
9. Dorothee Suck 12:42.78 Germany
10. Kathrin Jessing 12:59.41 Germany
DNF Sholpan Ziganshina Russia

F (50-54, Age Group World Record: 7:55.21)
1. Claudia Müller 7:45.65 Austria
2. Kate Steels 7:52.01 United Kingdom
3. Peggy Henning 8:48.37 Germany
4. Kathrin Runge 9:17.31 Germany
5. Vaclava Benesova 9:36.72 Czech Republic
6. Birgit Becher 10:02.69 Germany
7. Elena Shelestova 10:40.02 Russia
8. Eva Ležovičova 11:50.04 Slovakia
9. Monika Schidova 12:02.58 Slovakia
10. Adriana Spottova 13:36.55 Czech Republic
11. Stina Romar 14:50.34 Finland

G (55-59, Age Group World Record: 7:58.53)
1. Pavlína Procházková 8:56.50 Czech Republic
2. Kathrin Döring 9:17.88 Germany
3. Outi Mäkinen 10:28.34 Finland
4. Anke Rubien 10:37.55 Germany
5. Debbie Wayman 10:47.39 United Kingdom
6. Larisa Kharitonova 10:50.29 Russia
7. Orla Doyle 11:06.87 Ireland
8. Jitka Hlavacova 11:18.86 Czech Republic
9. Danuta Gojlik 11:23.24 Poland
10. Heike Gose 11:44.13 Germany
11. Rezida Halikova 11:48.46 Russia
12. Olga Golubeva 11:54.81 Russia
13. Mirka Novotna 12:25.90 Czech Republic
14. Tatiana Pervukhina 14:26.07 Russia

H (60-64, Age Group World Record: 10:03.13)
1. Lene Stein 11:00.38 Denmark
2. Marina Isaeva 11:03.91 Russia
3. Jana Matuštikova 11:05.83 Czech Republic
4. Helena Pavezkova 12:29.07 Czech Republic
5. Zdenka Svantnerova 13:01.28 Slovakia
6. Iwona Lubinska 13:07.91 Poland
7. Libuse Svrckova 13:19.22 Czech Republic
8. Eva Schimdtova 15:44.89 Slovakia

I (65-69, Age Group World Record: 8:16.18)
1. Elke Ortloff 9:28.83 Germany
2. Joelle Brette 10:49.86 France
3. Els Wermenbol 11:34.93 Netherlands
4. Victoria Ortiz de Guinea Argüelles 12:36.19 Spain

J (70-74, Age Group World Record: 9:49.30)
1. Ellery McGowan 11:13.29 Australia
2. Nadezhda Dudina 11:36.57 Russia
3. Vladimíra Fialova 13:58.19 Czech Republic

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