Today, the first edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 Marrakech, where 6 Spanish professionals have participated.
On the starting line were Judith Corachán, along with Carlos Aznar, Fernando Barroso, Erik Merino and Albert Moreno in the men's category.
The test began at 7: 45 local time, with 1.900 meters of swimming where the first to leave the water was Malgorzata Otworowska followed by 30 seconds by Corachán and Charlotte Morel to 38.
On the bike as he passed through the control of the kilometer point 50, Otworowska was still the leader with 1: 32 over Lisa Hüttaler and 10: 57 over Morel.
Hüttaler and Otworowska arrived together at T2, with 3: 59 ahead of Corachán.
Judith with a good foot race was in second place in the kilometer 15 race with 3: 06 over the Huttaler leader.
Finally the victory has been for Lisa Hüttaler with a time of 4: 24: 23. Judith Corachán (4: 27: 24) has been second. Malgorzata Otworowska (4: 31: 04) finished third
Judith, with this second place has not got the Slot for Taupo 2020
As for the male test, the first one out of the water was Kevin Maurel with 38 seconds ahead of Tim Don, and Jacek Krawczyk. Albert Moreno was fifth at 53 seconds.
The first to arrive at T2 was Maurel with 4: 37 ahead of Arthur Horseau and 6: 14 over Albert Moreno.
In the running race Kevin Maurel He knew how to maintain his advantage to finally take the victory with a time of 3: 53: 05
Albert Moreno, with a consistent career on foot, he managed to overcome the second position reaching the goal at 2 minutes of the winner in a time of 3: 55: 10.
The third classified has been Arthur Horseau with a time of 3: 56: 04 and fourth the British Tim Don
Albert, with this second place has not got the Slot for Taupo 2020
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