2000 World Open Water Swimming Championships – Men's 5 km

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2000 FINA
Open Water Worlds
5K men's 5K
women 5K
5K team
10K men's 10K
women's 10K
10K team
25K men's 25K
women's 25K

The Men's 5 km Open Water event at the 2000 World Open Water Swimming Championships was held on October 31, 2000 in Honolulu.

Results[edit]

Rank Swimmer Nationality Time Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Yevgeny Bezruchenko  Russia 59:18.23 18
2nd, silver medalist(s) David Meca  Spain 59:20.64 16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Luca Baldini  Italy 59:20.86 14
4 Fabio Venturini  Italy 59:22.17 12
5 Aleksey Akatyev  Russia 59:29.46 10
6 Christof Wandratsch  Germany 59:29.69 8
7 Ky Hurst  Australia 59:40.37 6
8 John Flanagan  USA 59:40.67 5
9 Stéphane Lecat  France 59:45.43 4
10 Maarten van der Weijden  Netherlands 59:50.35 3
11 Ben Hoffman  Germany 59:51.78 2
12 Petar Stoychev  Bulgaria 59:54.42 1
13 Steven McLeod  USA 59:54:44
14 Emmanuel Poissier  France 1:00:18.09
15 Stephen Penfold  Australia 1:00:20.60
16 Carl Gordon  New Zealand 1:00:29.65
17 Adrian Andermatt   Switzerland 1:00:31.68
18 Scott Shepherd  New Zealand 1:00:52.78
19 Pavel Srb  Czech Republic 1:01:12.16
20 Kurt Niehaus  Costa Rica 1:01:14.40
21 Gonzalo Diaz Miret  Argentina 1:01:49.68
22 Hiroki Hikida  Japan 1:01:57.50
23 Tim Cowan  Canada 1:02:42.90
24 Greg Orphanides  Great Britain 1:03:22.66
25 Miodrag Vašić  Yugoslavia 1:03:43.86
26 Matthew Kaiser  Great Britain 1:06:17.83
27 Carl Probert  Fiji 1:07:03.33
28 Ákos Győrffy  Hungary 1:07:40.51
29 Shaune Fraser  Cayman Islands 1:07:40.76
30 Adolfo Rivadeneira  Ecuador 1:08:03.40
31 Seung Gin Lee  Northern Mariana Islands 1:08:11.91
-- Rafael Peréz  Argentina DNS
-- Márton Tószegi  Hungary DQ
2000 FINA
Open Water Worlds
5K men's 5K
women 5K
5K team
10K men's 10K
women's 10K
10K team
25K men's 25K
women's 25K

The Men's 10 km Open Water event at the 2000 World Open Water Swimming Championships was held on November 2, 2000 in the waters off Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.

RESULTS:

Rank Swimmer Nationality Time Points
1st, gold medalist(s) David Meca  Spain 1:57:10.50 18
2nd, silver medalist(s) Petar Stoychev  Bulgaria 1:57:14.44 16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Yevgeny Bezruchenko  Russia 1:57:15.02 14
4 Christof Wandratsch  Germany 1:57:15.46 12
5 Emmanuel Poissier  France 1:57:16.08 10
6 Ben Hanley  USA 1:57:16.62 6
7 Vladimir Dyatchin  Russia 1:57:17.12 5
8 Carl Gordon  New Zealand 1:57:17.24
9 Maarten van der Weijden  Netherlands 1:57:17.40 3
10 Scott Shepherd  New Zealand 1:57:17.86 2
11 Matt Martin  USA 1:57:30.77
12 Andres Maurer  Germany 1:57:33.59
13 Simone Ercoli  Italy 1:57:45.47
14 Mark Saliba  Australia 1:58:12.84
15 Miodrag Vašić  Yugoslavia 1:58:13.80
16 Guilherme Bier  Brazil 1:58:14.69
17 Adrian Andermatt   Switzerland 2:00:55.39
18 Tim Cowan  Canada 2:01:22.34
19 Carlos Pavo  Brazil 2:01:23.39
20 David Bilodeau  Canada 2:01:24.02
21 Leigh Bool  Australia 2:03:19.92
22 Gonzalo Diaz Miret  Argentina 2:13:10.22
23 Balázs Cselényi  Hungary 2:13:10.60
24 Márton Tószegi  Hungary 2:17:11.19
25 Mihajlo Ristovski  Macedonia 2:17:33.44
26 Rafael Peréz  Argentina 2:19:29.63
27 Chintan Patel  India 2:45:57.24
28 Prateek Bhargava  India 3:05:22.56
-- Samuele Pampana  Italy DQ

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The '''Men's 25 km Open Water''' event at the 2000 World Open Water Swimming Championships was held on November 4, 2000 in [[Honolulu]].

The Men's 25 km Open Water event at the 2000 World Open Water Swimming Championships was held on November 4, 2000 in Honolulu.

Results[edit]

Rank Swimmer Nationality Time Points
1st, gold medalist(s) Yury Kudinov  Russia 4:55:51.12 18
2nd, silver medalist(s) David Meca  Spain 4:56:11.42 16
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Aleksey Akatyev  Russia 4:57:03.12 14
4 Claudio Gargaro  Italy 4:57:18.36 12
5 Stéphane Gomez  France 4:57:23.34 10
6 Fabio Fusi  Italy 4:58:09.26 8
7 Gabriel Chaillou  Argentina 4:58:25.79 6
8 Stéphane Lecat  France 4:59:49.51 5
9 Mark Saliba  Australia 5:00:15.12 4
10 Andre Wilde  Germany 5:01:00.12 3
11 Liam Weseloh  Canada 5:02:16.81 2
12 Simon Chocron  Venezuela 5:04:22.62 1
13 Mark Leonard  USA 5:06:24.72
14 Miodrag Vašić  Yugoslavia 5:08:37.24
15 Josh Santacaterina  Australia 5:12:21.08
16 John Kenny  USA 5:18:40.44
17 Christian Hansmann  Germany 5:20:54.91
18 Pavel Srb  Czech Republic 5:31:08.54
19 Hiroki Hikida  Japan 5:36:52.23
20 Balázs Cselényi  Hungary 5:41:59.10
21 Gregory Fuentes  Ecuador 5:42:05.85
22 Georgios Tsianos  Greece 5:45:34.08
23 Dave Ling  Canada 5:48:20.89
24 Rafael Peréz  Argentina 6:02:01.80
-- Tomi Stefanovski  Macedonia DNF
-- Petar Stoychev  Bulgaria DNF

Key: DNS = Did not start

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