VeryFerryFast Pips Burnell & Bruni Shares Gold With Muller At Euro Open Water Titles

The learning curve of the French ace: on an earlier podium and occasion with Olympic marathon champion Ferry Weertmann, centre and Jack Burnell - photo by coach Kevin Renshaw

For those heading to Rio, the Hoorn of good hope is done ahead of the Olympic marathon: Europea’s top open water aces chased continental crowns and honours off the Dutch coast this week, the women’s 10km title shared by World champion Aurelie Muller, of France, and Italy’s Rachele Bruni, the men’s title going to hpme hero Ferry Weertman in a tight tussle with Britain’s Jack Burnell

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For those heading to Rio, the Hoorn of good hope is done ahead of the Olympic marathon: Europea’s top open water aces chased continental crowns and honours off the Dutch coast this week, the women’s 10km title shared by World champion Aurelie Muller, of France, and Italy’s Rachele Bruni, the men’s title going to hpme hero Ferry Weertman in a tight tussle with Britain’s Jack Burnell

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