Alisa Fatum, Queen Of Both The Ice And Winter Swimming World Championships

Alisa Fatum, Queen Of Both The Ice And Winter Swimming World Championships

Alisa Fatum, Queen Of Both The Ice And Winter Swimming World Championships

Courtesy of Colin Hill, Lake Bled, Slovenia.

Alisa Fatum of Germany won the 1000m race at International Winter Swimming World Championships in Lake Bled, Slovenia in 13:09.00 in 5.6°C water. Her time shattered the existing IWSA world record of 14:58.00 and was just off her International Ice Swimming World Association record of 13:02:39 set in 0.00°C water in Murmansk, Russia.

Fatum has swept both the International Winter Swimming World Championships 1000m swim and the International Ice Swimming Association World Championships Ice Kilometer this year.

Her teammate Julia_Wittig swam the second-fastest time in 13:35.45 that similarly shattered the IIWS Age Group World Record time of 16:02.16. Three years ago, Wittig set the IISA world record of 13:13:58 in 3.4°C water in Germany.

Jana Matuštikova of the Czech Republic also set an IWSA Age Group World Record time in 23:51.65, breaking the existing record of 24:04.22.

Women’s 1 km Results in 5°C Water:

A2 (15-19 years, Age Group World Record: 14:58.00)
1. Nikola Kopecka 17:54.93 Czech Republic

B (20-29 years, Age Group World Record: 14:58.00)
1. Alisa Fatum 13:09.00 Germany
2. Hanna Bakuniak 13:41.99 Poland
3. Marion Joffle 14:25.52 France
4. Victoria Mori 14:28.84 Argentina
5. Caroline Saxon 14:49.23 United Kingdom
6. Pavlína Nováková 15:11.56 Czech Republic
7. Magda Okurkova 16:08.72 Czech Republic
8. Wiktoria Lewandowska 16:09.31 Poland
9. Jana Procházková 16:18.51 Czech Republic
10. Elina Mäkinen 16:20.72 Finland
11. Lotta Mäkinen 16:21.40 Finland
12. Ailen Lascano Micaz 17:01.11 Argentina
13. Zuzana Procházková 17:41.88 Czech Republic
14. Catharina Hoegdal 22:18.74 Denmark

C (30-39, Age Group World Record: 15:17.97)
1. Bárbara Hernández 15:35.65 Chile
2. Anita Goyos 15:44.12 United Kingdom
3. Birgit Bonauer 15:51.59 Germany
4. Nadja Joy Tønnesen 17:56.68 Denmark
5. Charlotte Hug 18:02.78 France
6. Arleen Gonzalez 18:07.85 Mexico
7. Rachel Doyle 18:13.56 Ireland
8. Kristýna Dyková 18:19.32 Czech Republic
9. Jessica Grasso 20:32.48 Germany
10. Daiana Farrer 24:13.83 Argentina
11. Anja Binder 26:22.31 Germany

D (40-44, Age Group World Record: 16:02.16)
1. Julia_Wittig 13:35.45 Germany
2. Sarah Anne Richter 14:22.35 Germany
3. Radka Eremiasova 15:00.85 Czech Republic
4. Conny Prasser 16:14.17 Germany
5. Mirjam Schall 19:37.73 Germany
6. Ekaterina Nekraova 21:31.46 Russia

E (45-49, Age Group World Record: 15:01.20)
1. Melanie Holland 16:10.36 Australia
2. Kerstin Thomas 16:41.72 Germany
3. Petra Svejda Johova 18:34.56 Czech Republic
4. Cécile Schiffer 19:44.88 France
5. Dana Zborilova 20:20.59 Czech Republic
6. Sandra Brettar 25:19.91 Germany
7. Kathrin Jessing 29:17.19 Germany

F (50-54, Age Group World Record: 15:56.56)
1. Kate Steels 16:53.82 United Kingdom
2. Claudia Müller 16:58.40 Austria
3. Peggy Henning 19:51.72 Germany
4. Vaclava Benesova 20:09.63 Czech Republic
5. Kathrin Runge 20:12.15 Germany
6. Monika Schmidova 26:51.74 Slovakia
7. Adriana Spottova 28:32.13 Czech Republic

G (55-59, Age Group World Record: 18:07.08)
1. Gillian McAlister 18:24.45 United Kingdom
2. Pavlína Procházková 19:52.02 Czech Republic
3. Jaqueline Jänike 22:45.06 Germany
4. Debbie Wayman 23:25.14 United Kingdom
5. Larisa Kharitonova 24:18.40 Russia
6. Naomi Wakeford 24:58.28 United Kingdom
7. Mirka Novotna 26:38.89 Czech Republic
8. Tatiana Pervukhina 33:46.99 Russia

H (60-64, Age Group World Record: 24:04.22)
1. Jana Matuštikova 23:51.65 Czech Republic

I (65-69, Age Group World Record: 14:58.00)
1. Elke Ortloff 20:33.03 Germany

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