IISA Queens of the ICE - 1000m Female Final

IISA Queens of the ICE – 1000m Female Final

The International Ice Swimming Association 4th World Championship held in Głogów, Poland showcased many of the world’s best and most hardened ice swimmers.

In the women’s Ice Kilometer, defending champion and Queen of the Ice Alisa Fatum of Germany won comfortably in 13:06:18, a bit off her IISA championship record of 13:02:39 set in 2019. But she comfortably finished nearly 30 seconds ahead of silver medalist Hanna Bakuniak of Poland 13:35:60 who was off her lifetime best time of 13:05:70.

Enjoy the final heat of the Ice Kilometer below:

IISA 4th World Championship – Women’s 1000m Freestyle – Top 10 Finishers:

  1. Alisa Fatum (27) 13:06:18
  2. Hanna Bakuniak (25) 13:35:60
  3. Marion Joffle (23) 14:15:85
  4. Caroline Saxon (31) 14:25:89
  5. Jade-Fern Perry (39) 14:41:87
  6. Nichola Murch (39) 15:15:27
  7. Magda Okurková (30) 15:53:54
  8. Izabela Babica (43) 17:11:01
  9. Liz Ryan (44) 17:12:23
  10. Marije Dirkx (39) 17:34:28

29 women competed in the 1000m freestyle. For full results, visit here.

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