Argentine Evo Cassini, among the men, as well as Pilar Jego and Vanessa Garcia, from the women’s branch, took the podium at 68th place. A copy of the international open water swimming competition held at Lake San Juan in the Canadian city of Roberval.
27-year-old Cassini from Mar del Plata took second place after 32 kilometers of the trip, which was won by Italian Edoardo Stocchino.
The Argentine Open Water Champion set a cumulative time of 7 hours. 12 m. 40s. , which was located at 17m. 36 sec. victorious.
The third step and the bronze medal went to the Macedonian Alexander Ilievsky.
For his part, Santiago Bovez of Entre Rios took fifth place among the representatives of the male field, setting a record of 8 hours. 49 m. 17 seconds. While Damien Bloom from Buenos Aires did not complete the flight and left the audition.
Among the girls, Jeju, from Buenos Aires, 37 and five-time open water world champion, finished second with a time of 7 hours. 36 m. 51 sec. Arranged as accompaniment to Frenchman Morgan Dornick, with 7 hours. 19 m. 08 sec.
The next step was Garcia, of Santa Fe, who finished third, with a cumulative record of 8 hours. 30 m. 34 seconds.
For her part, Rio Negro’s Daira Marin, a native of General Roca, ranked fourth among the women’s with an 8-hour time. 49 m. 30 seconds.
Also in Canada, but at the end of August, the third open-water marathon will be held on Megantic Lake, with a distance of 10 km for men and women.