Ten Open Water Swimmers Earn Top-Three Finishes in Cayman Islands

Ten Open Water Swimmers Earn Top-Three Finishes in Cayman Islands

By USA Swimming  | Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Open water standouts earned 10 top-three finishes at the 2017 UANA Pan American Open Water Swimming Championships and the Flowers Sea Swim this past weekend in the Cayman Islands.

The international competitions gave Jordan Wilimovsky (Malibu, Calif./Team Santa Monica), Andrew Gemmell (Wilmington, Del./Nation’s Capital Swim Team), Chip Peterson (Pine Knoll Shores, N.C./North Carolina Aquatic Club) and Ashley Twichell (Fayetteville, N.Y./North Carolina Aquatic Club) the opportunity to fine-tune before the 2017 FINA World Championships. The four were selected to represent Team USA at the world-class event from July 15-16 and July 18-21 at Lake Balaton outside of Budapest, Hungary.

Men’s 10-kilometer UANA Championship

Results

1. Blake Manganiello (Miami, Fla./AquaKids Sharks Swim Team), 2:03.10.57

2. Sam Rice (Cohasset, Mass./Weymouth Club Waves), 2:06.20.83

3. Nicholas Masse-Savard (Canada), 2:06.21.18

 

Women’s 10-kilometer UANA Championship                                                            

Results

1. Stephanie Horner (Canada), 2:08:06.42

2. Eva Fabian (Keene, N.H./Asphalt Green Unified Aquatics), 2:11:48.79

3. Breanne Siwicki (Canada), 2:13:23.08

 

Men’s 10-kilometer Flowers Sea Swim

Results

1. Jordan Wilimovsky (Malibu, Calif./Team Santa Monica), 2:06.04.58

2. Andrew Gemmell (Wilmington, Del./Nation’s Capital Swim Team), 2:06:14.09

3. Chip Peterson (Pine Knoll Shores, N.C./North Carolina Aquatic Club), 2:06.16.19

 

Women’s 5-kilometer Flowers Sea Swim

Results

1. Ashley Twichell (Fayetteville, N.Y./North Carolina Aquatic Club), 1:03:09.56

2. Sarah Trago (Orlando, Fla./Highlander Aquatic Club), 1:09:36.79

3. Audrey Pier Lachaine (Canada), 1:10:04.99

 

Women’s 10-kilometer Flowers Sea Swim

Results

1. Katy Campbell (Federal Way, Wash./King Aquatic Club), 2:12:59.31

2. Chelsea Colwill (Riverview, Fla./Saint Petersburg Aquatics), 2:25:07.88

3. Mia Desjarlais (Canada), 2:25:18.95

Find complete results here.


 

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