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Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda

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The Swim Marathon Santa Fe to Tigre 11-stage swim by Salvatore Cimmino begins with the 57 km Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda in Argentina
Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda, a FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix professional marathon swimming competition
1990 entry list 9 IMSHOF Honorees
Damián Blaum at the 57 km Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda
Samir Barel of Brazil taking a feeding stop during the Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda in Argentina. Photo by Matheus Caldas Zica

The Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda (or the Maratón Santa Fe - Coronda) is a FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix race of 57 km (35 miles) held in the Coronda River. It is part of a year-round global series of professional marathon swims organized by FINA, ranging from 15 to 88 kilometers in length, held in countries such as Argentina, Italy, Serbia, Macedonia, Canada and Mexico.

The Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda was initially called Maratón Fluvial del Litoral Argentino and was started by two Argentine swimmers Dermidio Cabral López and Carlos Larriera.

It is part of the Quini 6 series together with the 15 km Maratón Acuática Internactional Ciudad de Rosario and the 88 km Maratón Hernandarias-Paraná. It is one of the World's Top 100 River Swims.

Date[edit]

1 March 2015

Location[edit]

From Santa Fe to Coronda in the Coronda River in Argentina

Race Director[edit]

Distance[edit]

57 km

Prize Money[edit]

US$11,000

[edit]

Confederacion Argentina de Deportes Acuaticos and organiser Asociación Maratón Acuática Rio Coronda under the direction of representatives Marcelo Micocci and Diego Degano

Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda Videos[edit]

Winners[edit]

1999 Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda[edit]

60 km race held on 8 February 1999:

Men's Results[edit]

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[edit]

1. Peggy Buchse (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

FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix Series sites[edit]

The FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix series consists of races in:

Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda, a FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix professional marathon swimming competition
Damián Blaum at the 57 km Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda
Samir Barel of Brazil taking a feeding stop during the Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda in Argentina. Photo by Matheus Caldas Zica

The Asociación Maratón Acuática Río Coronda organizes the Selectivo qualification race for the 57 km Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda, a FINA Open Water Swimming Grand Prix race held in the Coronda River. It is part of a year-round global series of professional marathon swims organized by FINA, ranging from 15 to 88 kilometers in length, held in countries such as Argentina, Italy, Serbia, Macedonia, Canada and Mexico.

The Maratón Acuática Internacional Santa Fe - Coronda was initially called Maratón Fluvial del Litoral Argentino and was started by two Argentine swimmers Dermidio Cabral López and Carlos Larriera. It is part of the Quini 6 series together with the 15 km Maratón Acuática Internactional Ciudad de Rosario and the 88 km Maratón Hernandarias-Paraná.

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