Alexa Xenia Ortwein Wins Sprint Freestyle Title at the IISA 4th World Championship

Alexa Xenia Ortwein Wins Sprint Freestyle Title at the IISA 4th World Championship


24-year-old German Alexa Xenia Ortwein won her first individual IISA world championship title in the 50m freestyle, winning in 30:73. Her time became the second fastest 50m freestyle in International Ice Swimming Association history.

Franziska Partheymüller finished second while current world record holder Alisa Fatum finished 5th at the International Ice Swimming Association 4th World Championship in Głogów, Poland.

IISA 4th World Championship – Women’s 50m Freestyle – Top 10 Finishers:

  1. Alexa Xenia Ortwein (24) 30:73
  2. Franziska Partheymüller (26) 31:03
  3. Ola Dudek (21) 31:05
  4. Caroline Saxon (31) 31:26
  5. Alisa Fatum (27) 31:26
  6. Marie Therese Bartl (19) 32:12
  7. Iga Olszanowska (41) 32:83
  8. Jade-Fern Perry (40) 33:18
  9. Hanna Szebesczyk (21) 33:21
  10. Karolina Pleskotova (15) 33:23

42 women competed in the 50m freestyle. For full results, visit here.

Podium finishers
6-time IISA 4th World Championship medalist

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