triathlete Eneko Llanos He will compete in the Asia-Pacific Triathlon Championship that will be held on March 25 in Melbourne, Australia.
The Vitorian has confirmed his presence for the first time in this test, which he arrives at with the intention of achieving the necessary points that will ensure that he can compete in the next edition of the Hawaii Ironman, in October.
Eneko Llanos moves to Australia after starting the season with third place in the Abu Dhabi International Triathlon on Saturday, where he was once again on the podium confirming the good feelings and the good work carried out in the winter preparation
The Basque has once again marked the Hawaiian Ironman as one of his great challenges this season and for this he needs to achieve as soon as possible the necessary points that certify his passport for the test. After the 2011 season and the results obtained in the different tests, Eneko Llanos needs around a thousand more points to already have that ticket to Hawaii.
The objective with which he is going to face the races on March 25 is to finish in the position that guarantees him a pass to the Ironman and that can be achieved with a place among the top ten in Melbourne.
Eneko Llanos will travel to the city of Perth to acclimatize to Australia and carry out training sessions over the next two weeks, waiting for race day to arrive on March 25.
Depending on the final result in Melbourne, he will plan the rest of the season in case he had to compete in another Ironman or would already begin to prepare for the Triathlon World Championship on July 29 in Vitoria and that is the other great objective of Eneko Llanos.