Ainhoa ​​Murua wins sixth place in Hamburg

This weekend one of the great international Triathlon events was held in Hamburg, the ITU WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP DEXTRO ENERGY TRIATHLON, in which the Spaniards Gómez Noya and Ainhoa ​​Murúa have managed to enter the finish line in sixth position.

In a highly contested event, in which, like the men's race, it has been defined in the foot race segment, three Australians, all of them called Emma, ​​have managed to take the first three places on the podium.

With a temperature of 19.5 degrees, which made the use of neoprene necessary, swimming was led by the English Lucy Hall. During the cycling segment, two groups were clearly differentiated in which the Spanish Ainhoa ​​Murúa remained in the leading group and managed to leave together with the two Australians, Densham and Moffatt, from T2 to start the foot race.

Five kilometers from the finish line, the head of the race was redefined, from which the Chilean Barbara Riveros and Ainhoa ​​Murúa fell. In a disputed final sprint that was led by the Australian Emma Moffatt, 01:53:37, who achieved gold in the test as in 2009, the two Australians, Emma Jackson, 01:53:44, and Emma Snowsill, 01:53:44, came practically united in a final sprint, achieving silver and bronze in the Hamburg test. Murúa, 6, Damlaimcourt, 18, and Zuriñe Rodríguez, 46.

In this way, Paula Findlay, until today the favorite of the triathlon world series and who has not been able to compete in the event due to a hip injury, loses her first position in the series ranking, ceding it to the Chilean Bárbara Riveros who currently leads it. with 2497 points. Paula Findlay, second with 2400 and Andrea Hewitt in third with 2317.

Next appointment of the world series: London, August 6 and 7.

Results:

http://www.triathlon.org/results/results/emma_moffatt_leads_an_all-emma_all-australian_hamburg_sweep/5985/

TOP 10:

1.

Emma Moffatt

AUS

 

01:53:37

2.

Emma Jackson

AUS

 

01:53:44

3.

Emma Snowsill

AUS

 

01:53:44

4.

Andrea Hewitt

NZL

 

01:53:59

5.

Barbara Riveros Diaz

WHO WE

 

01:54:32

6.

Ainhoa ​​Murua

ESP

 

01:54:33

7.

Erin Densham

AUS

 

01:54:43

8.

Danne Boterenbrood

NED

 

01:54:49

9.

Jodie Stimpson

GBR

 

01:54:50

10.

Svenja Bazlen

GER

 

01:54:52

18 Marine Damlaimcourt ESP (01: 55: 37)

46. ​​Zuriñe Rodríguez ESP (02: 00: 19)

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