The Canadian triathlete Lionel Sanders participated yesterday in the IRONMAN 70.3 Los Cabos, (Mexico) where it took a clear victory.
Sanders left with 2 minutes of water lag, to quickly become the leader in the cycling segment and reach T2 with 6 minutes ahead of a group formed by Eric Lagestrom, Francisco Serrano and Nicholas Chase.
In the running race Sanders, increased his advantage to take the victory He did it with a time of 3: 44: 06 exceeding in 10 minutes to the second classified Francisco Serrano ya Robbie Deckard
His times were:
- 1,9 km swimming: 25: 16 (mean of 1: 20 min / 100 m)
- 90 km cycling: 2: 02: 34 (average of 44 km / h)
- 21 km run on foot: 1: 13: 09 (mean of 3: 20 min / km)
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With this victory he gets the pass for the IRONMAN 70.3 2020 World Championship in New Zealand where the Spanish Javier Gómez Noya, Pablo Dapena and Anna Noguera are already classified.