Franziska Partheymüller Outsprints Marion Joffle to Take IISA 4th World Championship Title in 50m Breaststroke
Franziska Partheymüller won her second International Ice Swimming Association world championship title in the 50m breaststroke when she on the event in 39:30 in Głogów, Poland. The 26-year-old German breaststroke specialist and her French rival Marion Joffle had battled in both the 50m and 100m breaststroke. While Joffle won the 100m race, Partheymüller won a close race in the 50m.
A pair of 24-year-olds Alexa Xenia Ortwein from Germany and Aleksandra Bednarek of Poland followed closely behind.
IISA 4th World Championship – Women’s 50m Breaststroke – Top 10 Finishers:
- Franziska Partheymüller (26) 39:30
- Marion Joffle (23) 39:58
- Alexa Xenia Ortwein (24) 40:14
- Aleksandra Bednarek (24) 41:33
- Samantha Whelpton (37) 42:26
- Sandra Kazikova (46) 43:01
- Laura Nesbitt (29) 43:22
- Iga Olszanowaska (41) 43:99
- Saskia Kaes (29) 44:02
- Rikke Danielsen (46) 47:38
34 women competed in the 50m breaststroke. For full results, visit here.
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