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Alistair Brownlee will compete again in a World Cup after a decade

Alistair Bronwlee, of 31 years, will return to compete in a World Cup after a decade.

After his great performance at the IRONMAN 70.3 Marbella where he managed to overcome 7 minutes in the foot race to finish second, the double Olympic champion will participate this weekend in the World Cup of Cagliari, to be disputed over Sprint distance.

Alistair Bronwlee, 31, will return to compete in a World Cup after a decade. His last participation in a Cup was in June 2008 at Hy-Vee where he was seventh.

The British, although he is used to competing at longer distances, has already demonstrated his quality in this type of event, where he was fourth last year in the European Championship in Glasgow. As it happened with Javier Gómez Noya en New Plymouth where he was fifth, all eyes will be on him.

Why compete in a World Cup?

Alistair, sure has in mind to return to compete at home, in the WTS of Leeds where you have already achieved victory in 2016 and 2017, last year could not compete for the injury that has been dragging.

It can also be a contact to participate in the European Championship in Weert (Belgium) on June 2, which will be held over Olympic distance to arrive in the best possible way at the WTS in Leeds.

6 Spaniards in the test

The Spanish will participate in the test Genis Grau, recent winner of the European Cup in Sines , Ignacio González , Alberto González, Anna Godoy, Cecilia Santamaría y Sara Pérez


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