Open water swimming at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships – Men's 10 km

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Men's 10 km
at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships
Dates27 July
Competitors70 from 42 nations
Winning time1:49:48.2
Medalists
gold medal    United States
silver medal    Netherlands
bronze medal    Greece
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The Men's 10 km competition of the open water swimming events at the 2015 World Aquatics Championships was held on 27 July 2015.[1] The top ten swimmers qualified for 10 km marathon at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

Results[edit]

The race was started at 12:00.[2]

Rank Swimmer Nationality Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Jordan Wilimovsky  United States 1:49:48.2
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ferry Weertman  Netherlands 1:50:00.3
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Spyridon Gianniotis  Greece 1:50:00.7
4 Sean Ryan  United States 1:50:03.3
5 Jack Burnell  Great Britain 1:50:05.8
6 Marc-Antoine Olivier  France 1:50:06.4
7 Simone Ruffini  Italy 1:50:09.1
8 Richard Weinberger  Canada 1:50:19.9
9 Allan do Carmo  Brazil 1:50:23.1
10 Federico Vanelli  Italy 1:50:23.1
11 Yasunari Hirai  Japan 1:50:28.3
12 Axel Reymond  France 1:50:28.4
13 Gergely Gyurta  Hungary 1:50:37.6
14 Daniel Fogg  Great Britain 1:50:39.7
15 Simon Huitenga  Australia 1:50:41.3
16 Andreas Waschburger  Germany 1:50:41.4
17 Zu Lijun  China 1:50:46.0
18 Christian Reichert  Germany 1:50:46.4
19 Chad Ho  South Africa 1:50:47.9
20 Esteban Enderica  Ecuador 1:50:48.3
21 Diogo Villarinho  Brazil 1:50:48.8
22 Mateusz Sawrymowicz  Poland 1:50:49.1
23 Oussama Mellouli  Tunisia 1:50:50.2
24 Marcel Schouten  Netherlands 1:50:52.4
25 Ihor Chervynskyi  Ukraine 1:50:57.3
26 Daniel Delgadillo  Mexico 1:51:00.8
27 Erwin Maldonado  Venezuela 1:51:19.1
28 George O'Brien  Australia 1:51:19.6
29 Antonios Fokaidis  Greece 1:51:27.3
30 Kane Radford  New Zealand 1:51:29.4
31 Guillermo Bertola  Argentina 1:51:33.6
32 Vitaliy Khudyakov  Kazakhstan 1:51:33.7
33 Kirill Abrosimov  Russia 1:51:37.1
34 Ivan Enderica Ochoa  Ecuador 1:51:54.5
35 Yohsuke Miyamoto  Japan 1:52:06.7
36 Márk Papp  Hungary 1:52:53.0
37 Ján Kútnik  Czech Republic 1:52:56.8
38 Matthias Schweinzer  Austria 1:52:57.5
39 Diego Vera  Venezuela 1:52:58.9
40 Gabriel Villagoiz  Argentina 1:53:00.6
41 Rafael Gil  Portugal 1:53:01.2
42 Shahar Resman  Israel 1:53:05.1
43 Daniil Serebrennikov  Russia 1:53:11.9
44 Christopher Bryan  Ireland 1:53:22.9
45 Qiao Zhongyi  China 1:53:38.5
46 Ventsislav Aydarski  Bulgaria 1:53:58.6
47 Antonio Arroyo  Spain 1:54:00.2
48 Arturo Pérez Vertti  Mexico 1:54:18.4
49 Youssef Hossameldeen  Egypt 1:54:22.5
50 Adel Ragab  Egypt 1:55:41.5
51 Gustavo Gutiérrez  Peru 1:56:23.1
52 Kyrylo Shvets  Ukraine 1:56:25.8
53 Shai Toledano  Israel 1:56:27.9
54 Matěj Kozubek  Czech Republic 1:56:34.2
55 Vasco Gaspar  Portugal 1:56:38.9
56 Eric Hedlin  Canada 1:56:52.3
57 Tamás Farkas  Serbia 1:58:22.1
58 Héctor Ruiz  Spain 1:58:22.2
59 Ivan Šitić  Croatia 2:00:05.7
60 Haythem Abdelkhalek  Tunisia 2:03:26.7
61 Kenessary Kenenbayev  Kazakhstan 2:05:43.6
62 Walter Caballero  Bolivia 2:08:15.3
63 Kwan Ho Yin  Hong Kong 2:10:56.5
64 Tse Tsz Fung  Hong Kong 2:11:05.9
65 Cristofer Lanuza  Costa Rica 2:12:23.3
66 Ávila Emilio  Guatemala 2:14:15.4
67 Abdulla Al-Balooshi  United Arab Emirates 2:14:43.3
68 Marek Pavúk  Slovakia 2:16:37.0
69 Mandar Divase  India 2:16:50.2
Daniel Marais  South Africa DNF
Brian Ryckeman  Belgium DNS
Aflah Prawira  Indonesia DNS

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