Karolina Szalast burst on the scene yet again at the International Ice Swimming Association 4th World Championship. The 17-year-old had no problem dealing with the pressure and swimming fast in the 3.00°C water, winning the 50m butterfly race over French stalwart Marion Joffle.
41-year-old Polish teammater Iga Olszanowaska earned the bronze medal in Głogów, Poland.
IISA 4th World Championship – Women’s 50m Butterfly – Top 10 Finishers:
- Karolina Szalast (17) 32:08
- Marion Joffle (23) 33:00
- Iga Olszanowaska (41) 34:18
- Marie Therese Bartl (19) 34:18
- Alisa Fatum (27) 34:66
- Andrea Klementova (19) 35:33
- Hanna Szebesczyk (21) 36:67
- Saskia Kaes (29) 37:34
- Karolina Pleskotova (15) 38:38
- Deniz Kayadelen (35) 38:80
24 women competed in the 50m butterfly. For full results, visit here.
Livestreaming of this week’s IISA 4th World Championship between February 4th – 6th is posted here. All the details of the Championships are posted here. The official Championship website is posted here.
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