Miguel Bou and Chloe Lara Segura, from Club Anibe Benidorm, win in the middle distance
More than 600 swimmers from thirty countries participate in Oceanman
More than 600 swimmers from around thirty nationalities have participated this Sunday in the Oceanman, an international open water event that was held today in Benidorm and which has been developed in three modalities: 10, 5 and 1.5 kilometers. At around 08.00 hours, the swimmers of the most demanding test took the start from Mal Pas beach, which with a 10-kilometer route has led the participants to circle the island and face a sea that has dawned rough.
Shortly before the two hours and 25 minutes were up, the first classified, the Italian Igor Piovesan, crossed the finish line. Minutes later Ceri Edwars stepped on the arena, third classified in the general classification and winner in the female modality.
In the middle distance, the triumph in the men's category has been for the swimmer of the Club Anibe Benidorm Miguel Bou, who has won at home after covering the 5 kilometers with the best time, the test with the most participants, about 280. The triumph in this The same test, in the female modality, has also been for a swimmer from the Club Anibe Benidorm, Chloe Lara Segura.
Also the local swimmer Diego Cortés, from Benidorm Swimming Club, has risen to the podium of the middle distance in the Master 60 category, by signing the second position.
After Benidorm, the Oceanman now heads to Russia, Turkey and Cyprus, places where the last tests of the Oceanman will be held in Europe.