Abu Dhabi-Bound 10km Swimmers Discuss Donating Prize Money To Crippen Charity

Photo: Fran Crippen died in a FINA world cup event in 2010; upper limits on water temperatures were imposed for races after two inquiries - and now they have been ignored, Japan's response was to pull its entire national team from the Asian Championships

Britain, German, France and Italy are among European nations set to send swimmers to a controversial UAE round of the FINA Marathon World Cup Series. Private talks between athletes have raised the suggestion that at leads a part of any prize money won will be donated to the Fran Crippen Elevation Foundation in memory of the American swimmers who died off the coast of Dubai in 2010 in unacceptable conditions

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Britain, German, France and Italy are among European nations set to send swimmers to a controversial UAE round of the FINA Marathon World Cup Series. Private talks between athletes have raised the suggestion that at leads a part of any prize money won will be donated to the Fran Crippen Elevation Foundation in memory of the American swimmers who died off the coast of Dubai in 2010 in unacceptable conditions

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