The World Cups start this weekend in New Zealand

Preview, schedules and how to follow it live

This weekend, New Zealand once again becomes the headquarters of the first Triathlon World Cup of the season.

The test will bring together some of the best athletes in the sport in the napier town, located on the North Island.

This cup has traditionally been played in New Plymouth, but on this occasion it is moved to Napier.

This will be the only event of the Triathlon World Cup in New Zealand where there will be a good line-up of professionals and it will also have a Mixed Relay event.

Favorites in the competition

In the women's race, Ainsley thorpe y Brea Roderick They lead the New Zealand team, in the absence of the country's best ranked, Nicole Van Der Kaay.

Her rivals include Britain's Olivia Mathias and Sophie Alden, as well as World Cup medalists Gina Sereno and Zsanett Kuttor-Bragmayer.

In the men's competition, the favorite is the Olympic medalist Hayden Wilde, although he will have to take into account triathletes like Dylan McCullough, Ben Dijkstra, Samuelo or Hugo Milner, winner of his first World Cup last year.

The Spanish Triarmada begins its season in New Zealand

The test will also have participation with Alberto González, Genis Grau, Cecilia Santamaría e Irenal Arenal as our representatives.

Schedules how to follow the competition live

The women's competition will begin on Saturday, February 24 at 16:15 local time, 04:15 in Spain.

For men, the race will start at 18:15 local time on Saturday, 06:15 in Spain.

The entire competition can be followed live through

There are no previous results.

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