2004 FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships

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The 3rd FINA Open Water Swimming World Championships were held November 26 – December 2, 2004 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The championships featured 90 swimmers from 26 countries competing in six races:

  • 5-kilometer (5K) – Men's and Women's
  • 10-kilometer (10K) – Men's and Women's
  • 25-kilometer (25K) – Men's and Women's

Results[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Women's 5K
  details
Larisa Ilchenko
  Russia Russia
1:03:11.9 Ksenia Popova
  Russia Russia
1:03:43.8 Sara McLarty
  United States USA
1:03:52.9
Men's 5K
  details
Grant Cleland
  Australia Australia
56:52.9 Christian Hein
  Germany Germany
56:54.1 Josh Santacaterina
  Australia Australia
56:55.5
Women's 10K
  details
Britta Kamrau
  Germany Germany
2:07:51.7 Jana Pechanová
  Czech Republic Czech Republic
2:07:52.8 Lauren Arndt
  Australia Australia
2:07:53.5
Men's 10K
  details
Thomas Lurz
  Germany Germany
1:54:38.0 Alan Bircher
  United Kingdom Great Britain
1:54:44.8 Danill Serebrennikov
  Russia Russia
1:55:02.8
Women's 25K
  details
Britta Kamrau
  Germany Germany
5:43:09.6 Edith van Dijk
  Netherlands Netherlands
5:43:09.7 Natalia Pankina
  Russia Russia
5:43:14.4
Men's 25K
  details
Brendan Capell
  Australia Australia
5:05:39.6 Yuri Kudinov
  Russia Russia
5:07:05.2 Evgueni Kochkarov
  Russia Russia
5:07:59.7

Team medals[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5K
  details
 Germany (GER)  Australia (AUS)  Russia (RUS)
10K
  details
 Germany (GER)  Russia (RUS)  Australia (AUS)

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