Plivački Maraton Jarak-Šabac In Serbia

Plivački Maraton Jarak-Šabac In Serbia

Vojislav Mijici is organizing the 41st annual Sabac Swim Marathon from Jarak to Sabac, Serbia. The 18.7K race, held on August 1st, doubles as a stop on the FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix circuit.

Rok Kerin of Slovenia won last year’s event that is also known as the Plivački maraton Jarak-Šabac, held in the Sava River from the city of Jarak (Јарак), a town of 2,200 people, to Šabac. This year, already 32 professional swimmers from 15 countries are signed up and ready to compete for the cash prizes.



Stops in the 2010 FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix include Rosario (Argentina), Santa Fe (Argentina), Hernandarias-Parana (Argentina), Sumidero Canyon (Mexico), Capri-Napoli (Italy), Lac St-Jean (Canada), Sabac (Serbia), Lac Memphremagog (Canada), Ohrid Lake (Macedonia) and Dubai (United Arab Emirates).



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