Same circuit as the London 2012 Olympic Games!
Just one year after competing for the podium places in the Olympic Games Javier Gómez Noya, Alistair y Jonathan Bronwlee they meet again in London, this time in the world title dispute.
Only 120 points separate these triathletes, and in London the ITU 2013 ranking champion will be decided.
Javier is only worth winning the test ahead of Jonathan and Alistair Brownlee, since Alistair leads with these 120 points. The winner of the grand final of the World Series will take 1200, the second 1110 and the third 1027 points respectively.
The British Alistair Bronwlee got the victory in the penultimate appointment of the Stockholm World Series thanks to an attack in the cycling sector, where he gained an advantage over Javier Gómez Noya, which was enough to get him in first position although Javi he scored the best time in the race on foot.
But do not forget about Mario Mola who will try to be at the top, where if he manages to stay in the top positions in the cycling segment may give the odd surprise in his specialty, the race on foot. Other names to highlight are Richard Murray , Joao Silva y Sven Riederer. Francesc Godoy will complete the rest of the Spanish army in the elite category.
As a curiosity, we leave you the times they did at the Olympic Games in London 2012
|1.||Alistair Brownlee||GBR||01: 46: 25|
|2.||Javier Gomez||ESP||01: 46: 36|
|3.||Jonathan Brownlee||GBR||01: 46: 56|
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