Lee Hae-rim, 42nd place in women’s 10km swimming marathon at the Doha World Championships

Doha World Aquatics Championships Open Water Swimming Women’s 10km 1st place Rubendael

Rubendal is swimming in the women’s 10km open water swimming (marathon swimming) at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships held at Old Doha Port in Doha, Qatar on the 3rd.

Lee Hae-rim (27, Gyeongbuk Provincial Office) ranked 42nd in the women’s 10 km open water swimming (marathon swimming) at the 2024 World Aquatics Championships.

Lee Hae-rim finished the race in 2 hours 06 minutes 14.60 seconds at the race held at Old Doha Port in Doha, Qatar on the 3rd, placing 42nd out of 71 people.

Lee Hae-rim, who competed in the 2022 Budapest World Championships for the first time and placed 43rd in this event, also ranked 42nd in this year’s Doha competition, following Fukuoka last year.

Park Jeong-ju (25, Anyang City Hall), who also competed, finished in 53rd place with 2 hours, 12 minutes, 15.20 seconds.

Lee Hae-rim and Park Jeong-ju will also participate in the women’s 5km on the 7th and the mixed team 6km on the 8th.

On this day, Sharon van Rubendal (30, Netherlands) won the women’s 10 km with a time of 1 hour, 57 minutes, 26.80 seconds.

Rubendal won his second World Championships open water swimming gold medal following the 2022 Budapest Games.

She is also the women’s 10km open water swimming champion at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics.

Maria de Valdes (25, Spain) took second place with 1 hour 57 minutes 26.90 seconds, and Angelica Andre (29, Portugal) took third place with 1 hour 57 minutes 28.20 seconds. 19가이드03

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