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Gurutze Frades third in IRONMAN 70.3 Cozumel 

Today, the IRONMAN 70.3 Cozumel in the paradisiacal island of Cozumel, Mexico.  

Although the victory has been for Hannah Berry, the Spanish Gurutze Frades He has achieved a creditable third place in the test that he took as a test before his participation in the world championship. 

The test was held under the 70.3 format, which includes 1.9 km of swimming, 90 km of cycling and 21.1 km of running.  

Triathletes of the stature of Sarah Crowley y Hannah Berry, although all eyes were on Guru, since the Spanish triathlete took the title in this same event last year. 

The first segment of the test was swimming, the first to come out of the water was Hannah Sakaluk, followed by her compatriot Rachel Olson. 

Gurutze Frades He left the water in seventh position with a time of 31:53, 5:42 minutes behind the leader. 

Although it wasn't his best segment, Gurutze knew there was still a lot of testing ahead. 

The 90 kilometer cycling segment  Gurutze Frades She came in third position, more than 10 minutes behind the Australians Sarah Crowley and Hannah Berry. 

Hannah Berry maintained her lead in the run, followed by Sarah Crowley. Gurutze Frades He maintained his third position, finishing the test 13 minutes behind the leader. 

Hannah Berry He maintained his lead in the running race, taking the victory with a time of 4:08:04. Second was Sarah Crowley (4:10:44), and third was Gurutze Frades (4: 21: 52)  

Top 6 female

Job title Athlete Final time Difference
1 Hannah Berry 04:08:04
2 Sarah Crowley 04:10:44 + 02: 39.59
3 Gurutze Frades 04:21:52 + 13: 47.55
4 Adriana Carreno-Cruz 04:40:04 + 31: 59.54
5 Hannah Sakaluk 04:42:58 + 34: 53.54
6 Amy vantassel 04:48:57 + 40: 52.40

Participation of Iván Raña

In this edition of IRONMAN 70.3 CozumelIt is also worth highlighting the participation of the veteran Spanish triathlete Ivan Raña, who returned to the professional circuit with the intention of enjoying the event in a different way. Raña had an excellent start, finishing fifth in the swimming segment.

However, despite his promising start, he was unable to complete the test and retired during the cycling segment.

Although he could not finish, his presence in the competition was an incentive for both the spectators and the other athletes.

In the men's category, the victory has gone to Tomas Rodríguez Hernandez with a time of 03: 44: 14, followed by Luciano Taccone (03: 45: 24) and Justin Riele (03: 49: 19).

Top 10 Men

Job title Athlete Final time Difference Average Pace
1 Thomas Rodriguez Hernandez 03:44:14 03:39
2 Luciano Taccone 03:45:24 + 01: 10.68 03:45
3 Justin Riele 03:49:19 + 05: 05.56 03:57
4 Ivan Anzaldo 03:49:38 + 05: 24.28 03:53
5 Joaquin Perez 03:50:15 + 06: 01.47 03:55
6 Emmanuel lejeune 03:54:05 + 09: 51.03 03:41
7 Nicholas chase 03:55:25 + 11: 10.80 04:10
8 Michael Weiss 03:55:37 + 11: 23.56 03:58
9 Andre lopes 03:57:27 + 13: 13.69 04:16
10 Eduardo Perez Sandy 04:00:29 + 16: 15.14 03:49

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