Javier Gómez Noya completed a successful weekend in his preparation for the world series in Madrid and the European triathlon championship that will take place in June and was proclaimed champion of Spain of sprint triathlon in the test held in A Coruña, where María Pujol was imposed in the female category.
The Ferrol triathlete did not fail in his land, where this Saturday he won the Spanish triathlon relay championship with his two companions from the Ciudad de Lugo Fluvial and today he was the fastest in the sprint modality. Gómez Noya was the best in the three parts of the route that the organization proposed in the Riazor beach area and the promenade, with 750 meters of swimming, the 20 kilometers of bicycle and the 5 kilometers of running.
The Galician invested a time of 55 minutes and 41 seconds to complete the test and crossed the finish line with more than a minute of advantage over the second classified, also from Ciudad de Lugo Fluvial, Jesús Gomar, who set a time of 56 minutes and 58 seconds, four seconds less than the third, Jorge Naranjo. In the women's category, María Pujol, from the Andalusian Aquaslava-Deporinter, counteracted the time she set in swimming in the kilometers on the bicycle and the running race and was proclaimed champion of Spain with a time of 1 hour 8 minutes and 10 seconds.
The women's event was very even and the fastest in swimming, Carolina Routier, from the CTOA, who lost her advantage over the bicycle, arrived just 16 seconds behind the winner, while Anna Godoy, from the Barcelona Swimming Club crossed the finish line only three seconds after the runner-up.