Eneko Llanos prepared for Abi Dabi

Eneko Llanos He will participate on Saturday in the Abu Dhabi Triathlon with the aspiration of trying to repeat last year's photo from the top of the podium. The Vitorian won the last edition of this test after completing 3.000 meters of swimming, 200 kilometers on the bicycle and 20 kilometers of running.

The triathlete is once again one of the favorites to win the final triumph of this important event, where Craig Alexander or Chris McCormack, current Ironman world champion, among others, will also be present.

The triathlete from Vitoria is looking forward to what is one of the first important tests of 2011. The good taste of last year makes him arrive in Abu Dhabi with even more energy, if possible. “I'm looking forward to flying there to compete on Saturday.

I am really looking forward to the first important event of the year, "said Llanos on his own website. The Alava declared satisfied by "how the set-up is going." «These days you lower your training volume and increase your rest. But we still maintain the intensity in some workouts and the sensations begin to be spectacular, with more force, more spark, easier to carry rhythms that in full training load it is difficult to maintain. My body begins to assimilate all the training done so far and I begin to notice the improvements, "he said.

Llanos is one of the rivals to beat by triathletes like Craig Alexander, who stated that he sees "up to ten triathletes with options to win." "In other races the winner is usually between three and five athletes, but this race is going to be very competitive and exciting," said the Australian, who considered Rasmus Henning, Dirk Bockel, Chris McCormack and, of course, the current champion Eneko Llanos, "as the main candidates for victory."


source: www.marca.es

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