David Castro Aquathlon World Champion and Sara Pérez runner-up

During this weekend the Ring (Cáceres) is hosting 3 championships in Spain and 2 in the world where the Spanish have started off on a very good footing with 3 medals.

Proof of this is the victory he has achieved today David Castro, in the Aquathlon World Championship and ander noain the bronze medal and the U23 title.

Men's 10 Top

POSITION ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY TOTAL TIME
1 David Castro Fajardo ESP 00:27:36
2 Richard Varga SVK 00:27:40
3 Ander Noain Lacamara ESP 00:28:16
4 Jimmy Lund GBR 00:28:27
5 Andrew Cendan Llorens ESP 00:28:35
6 Hugo Winock FRA 00:28:39
7 Guillem Segura Arnau ESP 00:28:59
8 Milan Tomin SRB 00:29:03
9 Yegor Martynenko UKR 00:29:08
10 Arnaud By Lustrac FRA 00:29:10

In the women's competition the victory was for Margot Garabedian followed by Sara Pérez Sala and by Margareta Vrablova.

Top 10 female

POSITION ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST NATIONALITY TOTAL TIME
1 Margot Garabedian FRA 00:31:41
2 Sara Perez Sala ESP 00:32:01
3 Margaret Vrablova SVK 00:32:10
4 Susan Michaličková SVK 00:32:20
5 Anthoanela manak ROU 00:32:57
6 Sara Manso Warrior ESP 00:32:59
7 Laura Duran Morote ESP 00:33:00
8 Sofiya Pryyma UKR 00:33:04
9 Esther Gomez gonzalez ESP 00:33:08
10 Maryna Kyryk UKR 00:33:22

Classification of Spaniards

POSITION ATHLETE FIRST ATHLETE LAST
1 David Castro Fajardo
2 Sara Perez Sala
3 Ander Noain Lacamara
5 Andrew Cendan Llorens
6 Sara Manso Warrior
7 Guillem Segura Arnau
7 Laura Duran Morote
9 Esther Gomez gonzalez
12 Ruben Pereira
12 Ana Maria Santiso Prado
13 Sofia Aguayo Mauri
17 Patricia Mulet Gomez
19 Pao Millo
22 Daniel Martin Flores
24 Victor Bouzon Garcia
25 Eduardo Escalante Gutierrez
26 Jarno Pousada Troitino
27 David Gonzalez Borges
28 Daniel Darriba Belmonte

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