Anne Haug and Daniel Baekkegard win the Club La Santa IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote

Today a new edition of the IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote, where the favorites to victory have not disappointed and have won.

Daniel Bækkegård and Anne Haug Winners of the ninth edition of the Club La Santa IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote have been proclaimed after an exciting race to the finish.

The Danish and the German were crowned as the big winners of the morning with times of 04:03:30 and 04:30:31, respectively.

The test, in addition, has granted 30 places for the World Championship in the different categories, together with the two slots for PRO triathletes.

In the women's event the German world champion IRONMAN, Anne Haug has achieved victory in the test, with a great race segment finishing the test with a time of 4: 3031

Anne Haug at IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote
INstagram / Anne Haug at IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote

Female classification

Post Athlete Time
1 Anne Haug  04:30:31
2 Nikki Bartlett  04:39:04
3 India Lee  04:41:35
4 Kaidi Kivioja  04:44:36
5 Lydia dant  04:49:44
6 Sarah Bonner  05:13:58
7 Tessa Kortekaas  05:20:27

Regarding the male test, the Norwegian Daniel Baekkegard He dominated the event, coming out of the water second and reaching T2 with a 1:12 advantage and in the race on foot he managed the difference to take the victory.

It has done so with a time of 4:03:30 followed by mika noodt (4: 04: 25) and for Thor Bendix Mandsen (4:08:10) in third position.

Daniel Baekkegard at IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote
Instagram / Daniel Baekkegard at IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote

As for the Spanish Emilio Aguayo has been sixth and Nicholas Ward tenth.

Male classification

Post Athlete Time
1 Daniel Bækkegård  04:03:30
2 mika noodt  04:04:25
3 Thor Bendix Mandsen  04:08:14
4 Jan Stratman  04:09:59
5 Kristoffer Visti Graae  04:15:33
6 Emilio Aguayo Muñoz  04:20:41
7 Harry palmer  04:23:31
8 Richard Varga  04:25:28
9 Sybren baelde  04:29:17
10 Nicholas Ward Muñoz  04:31:02

The holding of a test of the stature of IRONMAN 70.3, which has mobilized more than 1.000 people, keeps Lanzarote and the Canary Islands in a position of reference on the international sports scene. As happened in May with the 4 Stage MTB Race Lanzarote and in July with the IRONMAN Lanzarote, the strict health protocol designed by the organization headed by Club La Santa, and approved by the relevant authorities, helped the competition to take place within The normality

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