|2007 Melbourne||25 km open water|
|2003 Barcelona||25 km open water|
|2005 Montréal||25 km open water|
|2003 Barcelona||5 km open water|
|2005 Montréal||10 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||5 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||10 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||25 km open water|
|2000 Helsinki||5 km open water|
|1999 Istanbul||5 km open water|
|1999 Istanbul||25 km open water|
|2002 Berlin||10 km open water|
Britta Kamrau-Corestein (born 6 April 1979 in Rostock) is a German long distance swimmer. She is a former European champion at the 5 km, 10 km and 25 km open water distances and former world champion at the 25 km.
In March 2007 she was the center of some controversy after she claimed that Australian swimmer Kate Brookes-Peterson pulled her from behind in the final 100 meters of the 5 km open water race at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships denying her a bronze medal.
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