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Peggy Buchse

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Peggy Büchse (born 9 September 1972 in Rostock) is a German open water swimmer who is an Honour Swimmer inducted in the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame in 2003.

Open Water Swimming Career

World Championship Career

European Championships

2001 FINA World Swimming Championships

1998 FINA World Championships 25 km Race Results

1 Tobie Smith 5:31:20
2 Peggy Büchse 5:32:19
3 Edith van Dijk 5:38:06
4 Tracey Knowles 5:40:20
5 Valeria Casprini 5:43:35
6 Etta van der Weijden 5:44:38
7 Britta Kamrau 5:47:24
8 Gaia Naldini 5:49:05
9 Annette Andermatt 5:51:54
10 Karen Burton Reeder 5:56:40
11 Angela Collett 6:05:17
12 Melissa Cunningham 6:07:14
13 Maša Jamnik 6:08:32
14 Radka Nechmačová 6:09:53
15 Attilia Figini 6:11:55
16 Celina Endo 6:15:44
17 Edit Kasparik 6:26:27

1999 Salvador de Bahia Women's Results

1. Peggy Büchse (Germany) 5 hours 0 minutes 36 seconds
2. Britta Kamrau (Germany) 5 hours 5 minutes 17 seconds
3. Edith van Dijk (Netherlands) 5 hours 28 minutes 26 seconds
4. Morgan Filler (USA) 5 hours 58 minutes 58 seconds
5. Janaina Soarez (Brazil) 6 hours 0 minutes 47 seconds
6. Vanessa Bouisset (France) 6 hours 34 minutes 56 seconds
7. Irene van der Laan (Netherlands) 6 hours 43 minutes 22 seconds

1999 DNF

Patricio D'Ottavio (Argentina) Stéphane Lecat (France) Simon Lee (England) Pontidas Panagiotis (Greece)

1999 Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda

60 km race held on 8 February 1999:

Men's Results

1. Stéphane Lecat (France) 8 hours 1 minute 48 seconds
2. David Meca Medina (Spain) 8 hours 1 minute 49 seconds
3. Igor Majcen (Slovenia) 8 hours 1 minute 51 seconds
4. Gabriel Chaillou (Argentina) 8 hours 6 minutes 47 seconds
5. André Wilde (Germany) 8 hours 7 minutes 46 seconds
6. Nace Majcen (Slovenia) 8 hours 8 minutes 36 seconds
7. Christof Wandratsch (Germany) 8 hours 8 minutes 57 seconds
8. Andres Perez (Cuba) 8 hours 10 minutes 22 seconds
9. Stéphane Gomez (France) 8 hours 10 minutes 53 seconds
10. Petar Stoychev (Bulgaria) 8 hours 19 minutes 45 seconds
11. Carlos Scanavino (Uruguay) 8 hours 24 minutes 49 seconds
12. Facundo Quiroga (Argentina) 8 hours 28 minutes 30 seconds
13. Jay Benner (USA) 8 hours 30 minutes 57 seconds
14. Thomas Stolz (Germany) 8 hours 48 minutes 18 seconds

Women's Results

1. Peggy Büchse (Germany) 8 hours 22 minutes 50 seconds
2. Edith van Dijk (Netherlands) 8 hours 34 minutes 18 seconds
3. Britta Kamrau (Germany) 8 hours 38 minutes 18 seconds
4. Morgan Filler (USA) 9 hours 8 minutes 0 seconds
5. Janaina Soarez (Brazil) 9 hours 33 minutes 5 seconds

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