Codie Grimsey Follows In The Footsteps Of His Older Brother

Codie Grimsey Follows In The Footsteps Of His Older Brother

Hot Australian ocean swimming star Codie Grimsey picked up where his older brother left off last year when the tallest man in the field captured the Grid Sprint at the televised King of the Sea (Rainha do Mar) on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro.

The 700-meter cash-prize sprint in front of a television audience.

The race determined the starting position in Sunday’s King of the Sea competition where US$30,000 is available to the top male and female pro athletes.

Codie’s post-race interview will follow here. His brother Trent won the 2009 King of the Sea race.

The results are as follows:

1. Codie Grimsey (Australia) 6:08
2. Samuel de Bona (Brazil) 6:09
3. Alex Meyer (USA) 6:13
4. Alexander Studzinski (Germany) 6:16
5. Chad Ho (South Africa) 6:18
6. Luiz Arapiraca (Brazil) 6:20
7. Allan do Carmo (Brazil) 6:22
8. Arseniy Lavrentyev (Portugal) 6:26
9. Victor Simoes (Brazil) 6:27
10. Matheus Evangelista (Brazil) 6:34



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