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Open Water 10km World Cup gets underway in Argentina

31 January 2014

Daniel Fogg will hope to repeat last year’s gold winning performance as the 2014 FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup gets underway in Argentina this weekend.

The annual elite-level competition is organised around seven meets and takes place in some of the world's most outstanding natural freshwater and saltwater locations.

In 2013 British Gas Loughborough ITC swimmer Fogg became the first Brit to win on the FINA 10km Marathon World Cup circuit with victory in the fourth stage of the competition in Mexico.

Seven British athletes will be taking part in the Patagones-Viedma meet on 1 February including Danielle Huskisson and Tom Allen who both finished the year in great form with golds in the 10km at the Cyprus International Swimming Marathon.  

British athletes taking part in the Patagones-Viedma meet in Argentina:

  • Thomas Allen
  • Jack Burnell
  • Daniel Fogg
  • Alice Dearing
  • Danielle Huskisson
  • Ellena Jones
  • Rachel Williams

2014 FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup circuit:

1 February 2014 - Patagones-Viedma (ARG)
5 April 2014 - Manzanillo (MEX)
28 June 2014 - Setubal (POR)
24 July 2014 - Lac St. Jean (CAN)
31 July 2014 - Lac Magog (CAN)
9 August 2014 - Lac Megantic (CAN)
4 October 2014 - Hong Kong (HKG)

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