Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Men's Olympic 10K Marathon Swim - Results

Paul Asmuth, who was one of Olympic Mark Warkentin's coaches on the feeding station, said this of Mark's effort today, "He swam a really strategic race. His feedings went well and he was in good position. He swam real well. It was an exciting race, the other guys just had a little more at the end. Towards the end, Maarten drafted off of David Davies and they just got a big separation quickly."

All the men worked to put on a very entertaining race. Congratulations to everyone.

The final results of the Olympic 10K Marathon Swim are below.

Final results 2008 Olympic 10K Marathon Swim:

GOLD - Maarten van der Weijden, 1:51:51.6
SILVER - David Davies, 1:51:53.1 (1.5 seconds behind leader)
BRONZE - Thomas Lurz, 1:51:53.6 (2.0 seconds behind leader)
4 - Valerio Cleri, 1:52:07.5 (15.9 seconds behind leader)
5 - Evgeny Drattsev, 1:52:08.9 (17.3 seconds behind leader)
6 - Petar Stoychev, 1:52:09.1 (17.5 seconds behind leader)
7 - Brian Ryckeman, 1:52:10.7 (19.1 seconds behind leader)
8 - Mark Warkentin, 1:52:13.0 (21.4 seconds behind leader)
9 - Chad Ho, 1:52:13.1 (21.5 seconds behind leader)
10 - Erwin Maldonado, 1:52:13.6 (22.0 seconds behind leader)
11 - Ky Hurst, 1:52:13.7 (22.1 seconds behind leader)
12 - Igor Chervynskiy, 1:52:14.7 (23.1 seconds behind leader)
13 - Francisco José Hervás, 1:52:16.5 (24.9 seconds behind leader)
14 - Allan do Carmo, 1:52:16.6 (25.0 seconds behind leader)
15 - Gilles Rondy, 1:52:16.7 (25.1 seconds behind leader)
16 - Spyridon Gianniotis, 1:52:20.4 (28.8 behind leader)
17 - Rostislav Vitek, 1:52:41.8 (50.2 behind leader)
18 - Luis Escobar, 1:53:47.9 (1:56 behind leader)
19 - Saleh Mohammad, 1:54:37.7 (2:46 behind leader)
20 - Mohamed El Zanaty, 1:55:17.0 (3:25 behind leader)
21 - Damian Blaum, 1:55:48.6 (3:57 behind leader)
22 - Arseniy Lavrentyev, 2:03:39.6 (11:48 behind leader)
23 - Xin Tong, 2:09:13.4 (17:21 behind leader)
24 - Csaba Gercsak, did not finish
25 - Vladimir Dyatchin, disqualified in a time of 1:52:13.7 (22.1 seconds behind leader)

Copyright © 2008 by World Open Water Swimming Association

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Just an awesome race!!!
Maarten really deserves it!!!

why Vladimir has been disqualified?

Steven Munatones said...

Vladimir received 2 yellow cards. The last yellow card was at the very end of the race when he was already out of the top 3 and swimming near Mark Warkentin.

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