Christof Wandratsch Goes 2 For 2  On The 2020 IISA World Cup Series

Christof Wandratsch Goes 2 For 2 On The 2020 IISA World Cup Series

Christof Wandratsch Goes 2 For 2 On The 2020 IISA World Cup Series

Courtesy of Ram Barkai, International Ice Swimming Association.

The 2020 IISA World Cup Series has concluded after a season where the ice swimmers competed in Amsterdam (Netherlands), Vietsbroon (Germany) and Cheltenham (Great Britain).

Ram Barkai, chairman of the International Ice Swimming Association explained the ranking system, “Swimmers receive points for their place in each event on the IISA World Cup Series. First place received 100 points, second receives 85 points, third receives 75, fourth receives 65, fifth receives 55, sixth receives 45, seventh receives 35, eighth receives 20, ninth receives 15, tenth receives 10 points. To accumulate maximum points, a swimmer must swim in at least three events.”

Christof Wandratsch of Germany won the 2020 IISA World Cup Series titles in both the 500m freestyle and the 1000m freestyle.

IISA World Cup Series 2020 – Men’s Ice Kilometer Rankings (Amstel IISA Netherlands + Vietsbroon IISA Germany + Cheltenham IISA Great Britain): 1. Christof Wandratsch (Germany) 265 point
2. Fergil Hesterman (Netherlands) 150
3. Marcus Reineke (Germany) 120
4 Rostislav Vítek, Czech Republic 100 points
5 James Leitch, Great Britain 85 points
6 Colin Bushweller, USA 75 points
7 Craig Holmes, Great Britain 75 points
8 Alexander Schilder, Netherlands 65 points
9 Thorsten Ullrich-Stegemann, Germany 65 points
10 Andrew Allum, Great Britain 65 points
12 Albert Stienezen, Netherlands 55 points
13 Stefan Runge, Germany 55 points
15 Ross Wisby, Great Britain 55 points
16 Martin Kuchenmeister, Germany 45 points
17 Nicholas Murch, Great Britain 45 points
18 OLaf Hinrichsen, Germany 35 points
19 Jim Lafferty, Great Britain 35 points
20 Florian Battermann, Germany 30 points
21 Alexandre Fuzeau, France 20 points
22 Charalampos Theodosis, Greece 20 points
23 Lars Mack, Germany 20 points
24 Ram Barkai, South Africa 20 points
25 Brian Bain, Great Britain 20 points
26 Lorenzo N. Lapo Sarfatti, Italy 15 points
27 Martin Tschepe, Germany 15 points
28 Stephen Gould, Ireland 15 points
29 Andreas Bergler, Germany 10 points
30 Chris Laubscher, South Africa 10 points
31 Chun Kong Mak, Hong Kong 10 points
32 Franz Herbst, Germany 10 points
33 Götz Paschen, Germany 10 points
34 Itamar Nitzan, Great Britain 10 points
35 Josef Köberl, Austria 10 points
36 Lukas Arbet, Slovakia 10 points
37 Maciej Ogrodnik, Poland 10 points
38 Marcus Schmidt, Germany 10 points
39 Mark Koitka, Germany 10 points
40 Peter Bond, Netherlands 10 points
41 Piotr Biankowski, Poland 10 points
42 Rene Wolber, Austria 10 points
43 Richard Hirmer, Germany 10 points
44 Stefan Göritzer, Germany 10 points
45 Ulf Karnikowski, Germany 10 points
46 Valerii Shchukin, Russia 10 points
47 Alistair Bell, Great Britain 10 points
48 Andrew Butler, Great Britain 10 points
49 Andrew Wolf, Great Britain 10 points
50 David Coleman, New Zealand 10 points
51 Donald McDonald, Great Britain 10 points
52 Fenwick Ridley, Great Britain 10 points
53 Graham Lock, Great Britain 10 points
54 Greg Hincks, Australia 10 points
55 Jason Quiterio, Great Britain 10 points
56 John Myatt, Great Britain 10 points
57 Jonathan Coe, Great Britain 10 points
58 Jonty Warneken, Great Britain 10 points
59 Mark Guest, Great Britain 10 points
60 Michael Boyle, Great Britain 10 points
61 Neil Curtis, Great Britain 10 points
62 Neill Hughes, Great Britain 10 points
63 Nick Hungerford, Australia 10 points
64 Nigel Robertson, Great Britain 10 points
65 Paul White, Great Britain 10 points
66 Simon Harmer, Great Britain 10 points
67 Stuart Munday, Great Britain 10 points

IISA World Cup Series 2020 – Men’s 500m Rankings (Amstel IISA Netherlands + Vietsbroon IISA Germany + Cheltenham IISA Great Britain): 1 Christof Wandratsch, Germany 265 points
2 Rory Fitzgerald, Great Britain 130 points
3 Luka Turk, Slovenia 100 points
4 Craig Holmes, Great Britain 85 points
5 Rostislav Vítek, Czech Republic 85 points
6 Sven Elfferich, Netherlands 85 points
8 Lars Mack, Germany 80 points
9 Colin Bushweller, USA 75 points
10 Fergil Hesterman, Netherlands M 75 75 points
11 Ross Wisby, Great Britain 75 points
12 Nicholas Murch, Great Britain 55 points
13 Stefan Runge, Germany 55 points
14 Thorsten Ullrich-Stegemann, Germany 55 points
15 Brian Bain, Great Britain 45 points
16 Ulf Karnikowski, Germany 45 points
17 Jim Lafferty, Great Britain 35 points
18 Tobias Prö√üner, Germany 35 points
19 Albert Stienezen, Netherlands 30 points
20 Alexander Schilder, Netherlands 30 points
21 Martin Kuchenmeister, Germany 20 points
22 Piotr Biankowski, Poland 20 points
23 Stephen Gould, Ireland 20 points
24 Simon Jones, Great Britain 15 points
25 Alexander Docter, Netherlands 10 points
26 Andrew Butler, Great Britain 10 points
27 Chun Kong Mak, Hong Kong 10 points
28 Florian Battermann, Germany 10 points
29 Franz Herbst, Germany 10 points
30 Götz Paschen, Germany 10 points
31 Gary Scott-Lloyd, Great Britain 10 points
32 Hans Hanebeck, Germany 10 points
33 Jan Willem Zuilhof, Netherlands 10 points
34 Jens Trommer, Germany 10 points
35 Jess Matthiesen, Germany 10 points
36 Jonty Warneken, Great Britain 10 points
37 Kuc Philippe, France 10 points
38 Luciano Santambrogio, Italy 10 points
39 Lukaz Arbet, Slovakia 10 points
40 Mark Guest, Great Britain 10 points
41 Mark Koitka, Germany 10 points
42 Mark Thies, Netherlands 10 points
43 Michael Boyle, Great Britain 10 points
44 Paul White, Great Britain 10 points
45 Peter Huecker, Germany 10 points
46 Philippe Oudot, France 10 points
47 Rene Wolber, Austria 10 points
48 Stefan Göritzer, Germany 10 points
49 Theo van der Meer, Netherlands 10 points
50 Thomas Himmler, Germany 10 points
51 Valerii Shchukin, Russia 10 points

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