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Alisa Fatum Wins 2019 IISA World Cup Series

Alisa Fatum Wins 2019 IISA World Cup Series

Courtesy of © Zelada, Veitsbronn, Germany.

The IISA First World Cup Series was a three-stage series in Veitsbronn, Germany and Murmansk, Russia, but the third and final stage in Tyumen, Russia was cancelled.

23-year-old Alisa Fatum of Germany was the inaugural winner of the IISA World Cup Series.

Fatum [shown above in winning the Ice Kilometer in Veitsbronn, Germany] won every Ice Kilometer she competed in including the IISA 3rd World Championship Ice Kilometer in 13:02:39.

IISA World Cup Series Results:
1. Alisa Fatum (Germany), 200 points
2. Hanna Bakuniak (Poland), 150 points
3. Joffle Marion (France) / Victoria Mori (Argentina), 120 points
4. Ciara Doran (Ireland) / Julia Wittig (Germany), 85 points
5. Kyra Wijnker (Netherlands), 80 points
6. Aleksandra Bednerek (Poland), 45 points
7. Sarah Anne Richter (Germany), 35 points
8. Margot Stenveld (Netherlands), 25 points

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