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CEA Bétera female and Peñota Dental Alusigma male champions of Spain of Duathlon SuperSprint by Clubs 2×2

CEA Betera female y Penota Dental Alusigma The last national titles were won at the weekend in “La Nucía Ciudad del Deporte”, achieving the gold of the National Duathlon SuperSprint Clubs 2×2.

The tests of the fifth day of the National League of Duathlon Clubs were organized by the Spanish Triathlon Federation (FETRI) with the collaboration of the La Nucía City Council, the Alicante Provincial Council and the Trinidad Alfonso Foundation with the Spanish Olympic Committee, within the Support Program for Competitions in the Valencian Community (PAC CV) , Higher Sports Council and COE.

All the results of Sunday's championships can be consulted here.

The women's team CEA Bétera achieved victory in the national Duathlon SuperSprint Clubs 2×2 with a total time of 1:31:57 with the participation of the three couples formed by Alejandra Seguí and Cristina Jiménez-Orta; Ana Peirats and Ghizlane Assou, and Eva Sánchez and Sara Moreno.

The silver medal went to Imps of Rivas, Sandra Schenkel and Marta Cabello, Lucía Acosta and Emma Pérez, and Paula García and Alicia Torres; while the bronze was awarded to the Cidade de Lugo Fluvial, with Natalia Castro and Catarina Felício, María Casals and Ana María Santiso, and Isabel María Navarro and Ana Gómez.

The title in the Second Division went to the Resistentia T3 club, in a time of 1:36:11, ahead of Tri Infinity Móstoles and Tritones de Rioja. In the Women's Open category, the victory was awarded to the Lacerta Triathlon, in a time of 1:54:12, ahead of the Valmayor Triathlon.

Penota Dental Alusigma won the First Men's Division of the national Duathlon SuperSprint Clubs 2×2 with a time of 1:19:54, and alienating the couples formed by José Luis Davila and Ernest López, Joanes Goitisolo and Jesús Vela, and Ander Michelena and Pelayo González .

The second place was for Cidade de Lugo Fluvial, with Esteban Basanta and Fynn Batkin, Andrés Cendán and Romaric Forqués, and Jarno Pousada and Nacho Gálvez.

The third place in the box was for Saltoki Trikideak, with the pairs of duathletes formed by Miquel Ángel Capó and Julen Andueza, Iker Ortiz de Zárate and Fermín Camarrero, and Guillem Segura and Jimmy Lund.

In the men's Second Division, Katoa Barcelona won, with a time of 1:21:15, ahead of Tri Infinity Móstoles and Triatlón Inforhouse Santiago, while in the men's Open category the victory went to the Triathlon Caravaca de la Cruz del Peregrino, ahead of Tragamillas-Ciclos Vicea-Mercaluz, and the Archena Sipca Triathlon

Last days of the League in Soria

Soria will host the sixth and seventh days of the National League of Duathlon Clubs, which will close the 2024 edition. The Spanish Duathlon Team Time Trial and Relay Championships will be held on April 27 and 28.

The equivalent championships in the National League of Triathlon Talent Clubs will also be held in Soria.

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