Rio 2016 winner Van Rouwendaal touched home in 2h02m24s4 , while Germany's Leonie Beck was second in 2h02m25m2 and teammate Finnia Wunram third in 2h02m26s7.
FINA and Microplus, the timekeeper for this event, announced a new partnership agreement on Thursday March 15 on the occasion of the Series's kick-off in Doha. Microplus provides timing solutions and is the official timekeeper of the competition for the next two editions of the FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series (2018, 2019).
The FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series next stop in the Seychelles on May 20.
The women and the men's races can be watched on demand on FINAtv.