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Eneko Llanos wins the Melbourne Ironman

In the early hours of Sunday morning, it was celebrated in the town of Melbourne your test ironman in which all participants had to swim 1500 m, cut off due to strong waves, followed by 180 km by bicycle, ending the test with 42 km of running, where the Spanish Eneko Llanos he has achieved victory

 

 

Eneko who invested a time of 7: 36: 08 reached the finish line with almost 3 minutes of advantage over Marino Vanhoenacker with a time of 7: 38: 59 and occupying the third position came the Australian Craig Alexander with a final time of 7: 39: 37. Víctor del Corral  I occupy the 14ª square with a time

 

In the female category the British prevailed with total authority Corinne Abraham with a time of 08: 10: 56, followed by Yyvone Van Vlerken more than 16 minutes and the Swiss Caroline Steffen with 08: 31: 22

 

With this victory, eneko is almost guaranteed his presence in the Ironman World Championship in Kona

Male
1 Eneko Plains (ESP) 7: 36: 08
2 Marino Vanhoenacker (BEL) 7: 38: 59
3 Craig Alexander (AUS) 7: 39: 37
4 Jordan Rapp (AUS) 7: 50: 54
5 Christopher Legh (AUS) 7: 52: 29

Female
1 Corinne Abraham (GBR) 8: 10: 56
2 Yvonne Van Vlerken (NED) 8: 26: 40
3 Caroline Steffen (SUI) 8: 31: 22
4 Natascha Badman (SUI) 8: 34: 37
5 Gina Crawford (NZL) 8: 37: 23

 

Complete results

http://www.ironman.com/coverage/athlete-tracker.aspx?race=melbourne&y=2013#axzz2OCoXCFK5

 

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