Open water swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships

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Open water swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Host city Russia Kazan
Date(s) 25 July – 1 August
Venue(s) Kazanka river bank near the Kazan Kremlin
Events 7
2013
2017

Open water swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held between 25 July and 1 August 2015 in Kazan, Russia.[1]

Events[edit]

The following events were contested by both men and women in Kazan:

  • 5 km
  • 10 km
  • 25 km

In addition, there was a team competition with male and female competitors.

Schedule[edit]

Seven events were held.[2]

All time are local (UTC+3).

Date Time Event
25 July 2015 10:00 Women's 5 km
13:00 Men's 5 km
27 July 2015 12:00 Men's 10 km
28 July 2015 12:00 Women's 10 km
30 July 2015 12:00 5 km team
1 August 2015 08:00 Men's 25 km
08:15 Women's 25 km

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States2103
2 Germany1124
3 Brazil1113
4 Italy1023
5 France1001
 South Africa1001
7 Netherlands0303
8 Greece0112
9 Hungary0101
Totals (9 nations)78621

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km[3]
details
Chad Ho
 South Africa
55:17.6 Rob Muffels
 Germany
55:17.6 Matteo Furlan
 Italy
55:20.0
10 km[4]
details
Jordan Wilimovsky
 United States
1:49:48.2 Ferry Weertman
 Netherlands
1:50:00.3 Spyridon Gianniotis
 Greece
1:50:00.7
25 km[5]
details
Simone Ruffini
 Italy
4:53:10.7 Alex Meyer
 United States
4:53:15.1 Matteo Furlan
 Italy
4:54:38.0

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
5 km[6]
details
Haley Anderson
 United States
58:48.4 Kalliopi Araouzou
 Greece
58:49.8 Finnia Wunram
 Germany
58:51.0
10 km[7]
details
Aurélie Muller
 France
1:58:04.3 Sharon van Rouwendaal
 Netherlands
1:58:06.7 Ana Marcela Cunha
 Brazil
1:58:26.5
25 km[8]
details
Ana Marcela Cunha
 Brazil
5:13:47.3 Anna Olasz
 Hungary
5:14:13.4 Angela Maurer
 Germany
5:15:07.6

Team[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Team[9]
details
 Germany
Rob Muffels
Christian Reichert
Isabelle Härle
55:14.4  Brazil
Allan do Carmo
Diogo Villarinho
Ana Marcela Cunha
55:31.2 Not awarded
 Netherlands
Marcel Schouten
Ferry Weertman
Sharon van Rouwendaal

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