Britta Kamrau-Corestein (born 6 April 1979 in Rostock) is a German long distance swimmer. She is a former European champion at the 5 km, 10 km and 25 km open water distances and former world champion at the 25 km.
|Women's Open water|
|2007 Melbourne||25 km open water|
|2003 Barcelona||25 km open water|
|2005 Montréal||25 km open water|
|2003 Barcelona||5 km open water|
|2005 Montréal||10 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||5 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||10 km open water|
|2004 Madrid||25 km open water|
|2000 Helsinki||5 km open water|
|1999 Istanbul||5 km open water|
|1999 Istanbul||25 km open water|
|2002 Berlin||10 km open water|
In March 2007 she was the center of some controversy after she claimed that Australian swimmer Kate Brookes-Peterson pulled her from behind in the final 100 meters of the 5 km open water race at the 2007 World Aquatics Championships denying her a bronze medal.
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