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List of all the Spaniards in the Ironman 70.3 World Championship

Javier Gómez Noya and Emilio Aguayo will be the only two PROs in the South African event, in a competition that will have the historic number of 92 participants.

The Spanish triathletes will beat the record of participation in an Ironman 70.3 World Championship at the next event in South Africa next weekend.

Javier Gómez Noya will be "more captain" than ever, leading the Triarmada together Emilio Aguayo in one of the world championships where there will be more Spanish participation of all those that the Galician triathlete has run.

In total there will be 92 Spanish, absolute record, surpassing the 57 of Chattanooga last year. Each year this figure is increasing, since in 2016 there was 42 in Australia and in 2015 in Austria they were 37, beating each year the participation record.

Among the age groups, there will be 79 men, where we can highlight the presence of Gonzalo Infante Martinez, who will be the oldest Spanish triathlete to compete in an IM 70.3 World Championship in the 70-74 age group.

Spanish Ironman South Africa Table
In women also absolute record, with Spanish 13. In this category there will be no PRO representation, so Judith Corachán at the moment, it is still the only Spanish PRO to compete in an IM 70.3 World Championship.

Spanish Ironman South Africa TableIn the absence of pros, the main Spanish triathletes will be Rocío Rodriguez, Isora Sosa y Mireia Masip unique to the 13 participants that repeat in a world cup, in addition to Merce Magem who was already Kona finisher a few years ago.

Spain has a very international selection, with triathletes who live in different countries, are the cases of Oscar López (Switzerland), Isaac Henares (Mexico), Marta Rye (Dubai), Joan Pedret (Qatar, Dubai), Isora Soda, Aday Alvarez y Vicente Catalan (Qatar), Dew Rodriguez (USA) and Mireia Masip (Brazil)

Note: Thank Mireia Masip, Rocío Rodríguez and Isora Sosa for their collaboration in making this article.

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