Dmitriy Rubtsov Wins 2019-2020 IWSA World Cup Title

Courtesy of Aleksandr Jakovlevs International Winter Swimming Association.

Dmitriy Rubtsov from Perm, Russia won the shortened 2019-2020 International Winter Swimming Association World Cup season title.

Rubtsov was the overall and 50-54 age group point leader with 551 total points.

Aleksandr Jakovlevs of Latvia announced, “The World Cup points are calculated from the first 5 stages and will be awarded to the winners in the opening event of the next season in Jelgava, Latvia on November 6th – 8th.”

2019 – 2020 International Winter Swimming Association World Cup Results:
J2 (80+ year) Category:
1. Jan Johansen 258 points
2. Richard Buche 102 points
3. Evgeniy Zhitnov 87 points

JI (75-79 year) Category:
1. Vasiliy Simonov 251 points
2. Aleksandr Klepalchenko 90 points
3. Risto Piepponen 84 points

J (70-74 year) Category:
1. Lembit Laht 336 points
2. Viacheslav Tikhonov 312 points
3. Mark Lautman 171 points

I (65-69 year) Category:
1. Alexandr Komarov 328 points
2. Igor Galaktionov 327 points
3. Aleksandr Zelenetskiy 310 points

H (60-64 year) Category:
1. Igor Lukin 544 points
2. Vasiliy Teterin 458 points
3. Andis Bukonts 264 points

G (55-59 years) Category:
1. Oleg Chekushkin 536 points
2. Roman Petrov 225 points
3. Juris Andžäns 209 points

F (50-54 years) Category:
1. Dmitriy Rubtsov 551 points
2. Christof Wandratsch 526 points
3. Aleksandrs Jakovlevs 354 points

E (45-49 years) Category:
1. Lars Mack 539 points
2. Andrey Zamyslov 238 points
3. Piotr Biankowski 199 points

D (40-44 years) Category:
1. Andrey Graule 504 points
2. Dan Pedersen 352 points
3. Eugeniy Zozulya 302 points

C (30-39 years) Category:
1. Rauno Pärg 316 points
2. Luka Turk 246 points
3. Andrey Goryainov 196 points

B (20-29 years) Category:
1. Michał Perl 511 points
2. Antti Mäkinen 411 points
3. Aleksey Zharkov 184 points

A2 (15-19 years) Category:
1. Sergei Mulkov 328 points
2. Aleksandr Tikhonov 291 points
3. Aleksandrs Jakovlevs Jr. 270 points

A1 (under 15 years) Category:
1. Sergey Demidov 144 points
2. Nikita Tereshchenko 87 points
3. Aleksandrs Mihailenko Jr. 72 points

For the complete results and rankings from the 2019-2020 World Cup series, visit here.

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