Results of the 2017 Oceanman Cozumel

2nd annual Oceanman held last weekend…..

Photo Courtesy of Hofit Ben Hamo Macdonal & the Cozumel Raccoons

Last Sunday Cozumel hosted the second edition of the “Oceanman” swimming event.  Oceanman is a series of 5 open water swimming events – that take place various locations worldwide.  Cozumel is the second location on the competition circuit.  In spite of the fact that this is the first time Cozumel served as a destination for the new competition, 700 amateur and professional swimmers competed in Oceanman Cozumel.  Participants elected to compete in either a 10K open water swim, a 5K “Half Oceanman” or a 1.5 K “Popular” swim in the strong Cozumel currents.

The winner of the race (10 kilometers) was Anahí León (Veracruz) with a time of 2: 40.21 and who had a strong competition with the second swimmer to enter: Laura Alzate Diaz, who stopped the clock in 2:40: 26. Along the route were in the group pointer 5 swimmers that fought by the first place until few meters before the closing final. In the manly branch, Roberto del Río Carpinteyro was separated from the beginning, who made a time of 2: 17.52 Leaving his closest rival almost 14 minutes ago

 

Among the foreign swimmers there was a strong Colombian team, a Ukrainian dad who swam with his son elbow to elbow the 1,500, Italians, Argentines and Brazilians, among many others. Among the states of the Mexican Republic visited were Veracruz, Sinaloa, Guanajuato, Oaxaca, Mexico City, Chiapas, Guerrero, Baja California, Zacatecas, Puebla, Morelos, Durango and Tabasco.

Results of absolute winners:

Saturday

1,500 meters absolute male

  1. Bruno Larios Solís (Mexico): 19:26
  2. Youssef Achach Sleme (Mexico): 20:02
  3. Simón Gómez González (Colombia): 20:06

1,500 women absolute

  1. Laura Alzate Díaz (Colombia): 21:24
  2. Fiona Bernal Reynoso (Mexico): 22:24
  3. Valentina Peláez Echeverry (Mexico): 22:35

    Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Crenshaw

OceanKids male 4-9 years (250 meters)

  1. Yanni Israel White Custodio (Mexico): 4:31
  2. Rashif Ali Tellez Rivera (Mexico): 4:50
  3. Mariano González García Vasco (Mexico): 6:08

OceanKids female 4-9 years (250 meters)

  1. Adhara Marrufo Sabido (Mexico): 4:38
  2. Faride Achach Sleme (Mexico):   (Mexico): 4:43
  3. Miranda Sofía Flores Escobar (Mexico): 5:24

Ocean Inspiration manly (1,500 meters)

  1. Christian Galán Cauich (Mexico): 51:29

Men’s OceanKids 10-13 (500 meters)

  1. Alberto Sánchez Martínez (Mexico): 6:09
  2. Ghaffar Yazid García Rubio (Mexico): 6:32
  3. Salvador Pomar García (Mexico): 6:39

Female OceanKids 10-13 (500 meters)

  1. Zajhia Achacha Sleme (Mexico): 7:01
  2. Marisol Gutiérrez Limón (Mexico): 7:03
  3. Alin Ramírez Santos (Mexico): 7:52

Oceanman mixed relics (3 × 500)

  1. Juan Martinez Henao (Colombia): 20:32
  2. Valentina Peláez Echeverry (Colombia): 21:46
  3. Juan Brand Martínez (Colombia): 24:34

Sunday

5 km absolute male

  1. Ramón Lara Laredo (Mexico): 1:14:31
  2. Angel Montoya Arias (Mexico): 1:14:32
  3. Riquelme León Trujillo (Mexico): 1:14:58

5 kilometers absolute female

  1. Alejandra Hernández Ordaz (Mexico): 1: 15.35
  2. Adriana Patrón Hernández (Mexico): 1:17:57
  3. Bárbara Viazza Monroy (Mexico): 1: 18.07

10 km absolute male

  1. Roberto del Río Carpinteyro (Mexico): 2:17:52
  2. Carlos Reyes Hernández (Mexico): 2: 31.26
  3. Aymes Madrigal (Mexico): 2: 32.08

10 kilometers absolute female

  1. Anahí León Becerril (Mexico): 2: 40.21
  2. Laura Alzate Díaz (Mexico): 2:40:26
  3. Navarese (Colombia): 2:41:41

 

(Information & Official results Courtesy of OceanmanOpenWater.com)

Resultados del Oceanman Cozumel 2017

El domingo pasado, Cozumel fue la anfitriona de la segunda edición del Oceanman. Éste consiste en una serie de 5

Photo Courtesy of Hofit Ben Hamo Macdonal & the Cozumel Raccoons

eventos de natación que se realizan en diversos sitios a nivel mundial. Cozumel es el segundo sitio en el circuito de la competencia.  A pesar de que es la primera ocasión que Cozumel sirve como destino de la nueva competencia, Oceanman Cozumel contó con la participación de 700 competidores en natación principiantes y profesionales.  Los participantes podían elegir nadar en las fuertes corrientes de Cozumel 10k en aguas abiertas, “Medio Oceanman” de 5k o el “Popular” de 1.5k.

 

La ganadora de la carrera (10 kilómetros) fue Anahí León (de Veracruz) con un tiempo de 2:40:21 y cuya fuerte retadora fue la segunda nadadora, Laura Alzate Díaz, quien detuvo el reloj a las 2:40:26. A lo largo de la ruta se encontraba el puntero de 5 nadadores quienes pelearon por el primer lugar incluso hasta unos metros antes de acercarse a la meta. En la rama masculina, Roberto del Río Carpinteyro se despegó desde el inicio haciendo un tiempo de 2:17:52, y dejó atrás a su rival con casi 14 minutos de distancia.

 

Entre los nadadores extranjeros se encontraba el potente equipo de los colombianos, un padre ucraniano quien nadó los 1,500 codo a codo con su hijo; italianos, argentinos, brasileños, entre muchos otros. Los estados de la Republica Mexicana que nos visitaron fueron: Veracruz, Sinaloa, Guanajuato, Oaxaca, Ciudad de México, Chiapas, Guerrero, Baja California, Zacatecas, Puebla, Morelos, Durango y Tabasco.

 

Resultados de los varonil absoluto

El sábado: –

  1. Bruno Larios Solís (México): 19:26
  2. Youssef Achach Sleme (México): 20:02
  3. Simón Gómez González (Colombia): 20:06

 

Resultados femenil absoluto de los 1,500

  1. Laura Alzate Díaz (Colombia): 21:24
  2. Fiona Bernal Reynoso (México): 22:24
  3. Valentina Peláez Echeverry (México): 22:35

 

OceanKids (Chicos Ocean) varonil de 4 a 9 años de edad (250 metros)

  1. Yanni Israel White Custodio (México): 4:31
  2. Rashif Ali Tellez Rivera (México): 4:50
  3. Mariano González García Vasco (México): 6:08

 

OceanKids (Chicas Ocean) mujeres de 4 a 9 años de edad (250 metros)

  1. Adhara Marrufo Sabido (México): 4:38
  2. Faride Achach Sleme (México):   4:43
  3. Miranda Sofía Flores Escobar (México): 5:24

 

Ocean Inspiration varonil (1,500 metros)

  1. Christian Galán Cauich (México): 51:29

 

OceanKids varonil de 10 a 13 años de edad (500 metros)

  1. Alberto Sánchez Martínez (México): 6:09
  2. Ghaffar Yazid García Rubio (México): 6:32
  3. Salvador Pomar García (México): 6:39

 

OceanKids femenil de 10 a 13 años de edad (500 metros)

  1. Zajhia Achach Sleme (México): 7:01
  2. Marisol Gutiérrez Limón (México): 7:03
  3. Alin Ramírez Santos (México): 7:52

 

Oceanman reliquias mixtas (3 × 500)

  1. Juan Martínez Henao (Colombia): 20:32
  2. Valentina Peláez Echeverry (Colombia): 21:46
  3. Juan Brand Martínez (Colombia): 24:34

 

Domingo

5 km varonil absoluto

  1. Ramón Lara Laredo (México): 1:14:31
  2. Angel Montoya Arias (México): 1:14:32
  3. Riquelme León Trujillo (México): 1:14:58

 

5 km femenil absoluto

  1. Alejandra Hernández Ordaz (México): 1: 15.35
  2. Adriana Patrón Hernández (México): 1:17:57
  3. Bárbara Viazza Monroy (México): 1: 18.07

 

10 km varonil absoluto

  1. Roberto del Río Carpinteyro (México): 2:17:52
  2. Carlos Reyes Hernández (México): 2: 31.26
  3. Aymes Madrigal (México): 2: 32.08

 

 

10 km femenil absoluto

  1. Anahí León Becerril (México): 2: 40.21
  2. Laura Alzate Díaz (México): 2:40:26
  3. Navarese (Colombia): 2:41:41

 

(La información y resultados oficiales son cortesía de OceanmanOpenWater.com)

Laura Wilkinson

Author at Cozumel 4 You
Laura Wilkinson is the Editor for Cozumel 4 You. An ex-Connecticut Yankee who has called Cozumel home for over 15 years, Laura ran away to the Caribbean years ago, bumped around the islands teaching SCUBA diving, lost some time in Jamaica, and finally stopped in Cozumel for a 2 week vacation that hasn’t ended yet. With a degree in Journalism from a fancy private college she convinced her parents to pay for, Laura writes, edits, and creates the weekly Cozumel 4 You news, promotional articles about the island, and her very own blog, which she finds hilarious. Her long suffering husband, the Fabster, has long since resigned himself to having zero private life, as he’s been involved in her various schemes and plots since his arrival. Proud parents to a variety of rescue dogs and cats, Laura continues to be the bane of her traditional Mexican mother-in-law’s existence, as she muses her way through life in the Mexican Caribbean.

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