Emily Brunemann and Open Water National Team teammates Christine Jennings and Tristin Baxter will be competing in the final leg of the FINA 10k Marathon Swimming World Cup Saturday in Hong Kong.
Heading into this race, Brunemann has clinched the 2013 World Cup title with 104 points, having won races in Brazil, Argentina and Canada. Her closest competitor in the standings, Ana Marcela Cunha of Brazil has 82 points. First-place finishers in each race earn 20 points.
Last Sunday, Brunemann finished second at the race in Shantou, China, turning in a time of 1 hour, 52 minutes, 52.41 seconds. Jennings was fifth in 1:52:55.98, while Baxter was eighth in 1:53:05.14.
Jennings currently stands at fourth place in the overall rankings with 65 points, while Baxter is 23rd with 8 points.
For more information about the FINA 10k Marathon Swimming World Cup, including past results and overall standings, go to fina.org.