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Emilio Aguayo Top 10 at the Ironman 70.3 Texas

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The victory has been for Ben Kanute and Melissa Hauschildt    

Today has been held in Texas (USA) a new edition of the Texas Ironman 70.3, where there was a good list of professionals and where Spanish Emilio Aguayo came to add points for the 70.3 World Championship to be held in South Africa,

As for the favorites they were Ben Kanute (current world runner IM 70.3) who stood up to Javier Gómez Noya in the past world of IM 70.3 held in Chattanooga and Andrew Starykowicz whoever has been about to get off the 2 hours on the 90km of cycling and breaking the industry record by completing the 2 disengagement: 00: 56 rolling to 44,7 km / h on average

The first to get out of the water was Ben Kanute with 31 seconds of advantage over Andrew Keily and 46 over Antoine Joliecoeur and a great Emilio Aguayo who came out fourth from the water, to face the 90 km of cycling.

On the bike, Starykowicz demonstrated his skill in this sector by climbing positions and reaching first position in the T2, outstripping in 1: 39 to Ben Kanute, and 5: 38 over Michael Weiss, where Emilio aguayo arrived eighth in 6: 51 in the head of career.

In the 21 km of foot race Ben Kanute it was climbing time to reach Starykowicz at km 6 and leaving alone to reach the finish line with a 3 time: 43: 44  Michael Weiss (3: 45: 40) was second while Andrew Starykowicz (3: 46: 30) finished in third final position.  

Emilio Aguayo, He was able to maintain his position by arriving in ninth position with a final time of 3:51:13, adding some valuable points for his World Cup classification

In the female category the winner has been Melissa Hauschildt  with a time of 4:07:55 followed by Mirinda Carfrae  (4:09:50) and by Heather Wurtele  (4:09:59) occupying the third final position.

Photo: aguayotri.com

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