Ann Arbor’s Emily Brunemann will be on the start line next Thursday for the 10K FINA/HOSA World Cup open water swim at the 62nd Traversee Internationale du Lac St-Jean in Roberval, Quebec, Canada.
The 4th race on the 7-stop 10K Marathon Swimming World Cup will be part of the weeklong Traversee Internationale which will hold open water races from 50 meters to 32 kilometers.
In her final season on the world circuit, Brunemann is one of four Top 25 swimmers in 2016 World Cup entered in the race in Roberval. Brunemann, currently tied for 20th, is coming off a 10th place finish in Balatonfured, Hungary.
Germany’s Angela Maurer, ranked 12th, is the top ranked swimmer currently entered in the Lac St-Jean race.