Brazil’s Ana Marcela Cunha captured her first world championship gold medal in the 5km, finally shaking herself free from the bronzing effect of the past decade at the FINA World Championships 2019 in Gwangju. The Brazilian won in a time of 57:56.0, beating Aurelie Muller of France by exactly one second in a field of 54 swimmers in the 23.1-degree water of the Yeosu EXPO Ocean Park Open Water Swimming venue.
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