Tina Deeken Enjoyed a Busy Week at the IISA 4th World Championship

Tina Deeken Enjoyed a Busy Week at the IISA 4th World Championship

Tina Deeken of Hannover, Germany won the disabled 500m freestyle event at the International Ice Swimming Association 4th World Championship in Głogów, Poland in 8:56:23.

The 44-year-old Deeken enjoyed a busy week in the 3.0°C water and 1.5°C air, competing in and winning 7 events total in the disabled category.

In addition to her 500m freestyle victory, she won the 250m freestyle finishing in 4:09:78, the 100m freestyle winning in 1:28:72, the 100m breaststroke finishing in 1:57:79, the 50m freestyle finishing in 40:81, the 50m breaststroke finishing in 56:42, and the 50m backstroke finishing in 49:99.

Tina Deeken finishing the 500m freestyle with Alex, her second, and the race doctor who helped her to get out of the water

Livestreaming of this week’s IISA 4th World Championship between February 4th – 6th is posted here. The official Championship website is posted here.

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