Gustavo Rodríguez joins the 'dream-team' of Skechers for the Kona 2019

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The athlete from Tudense, Spain's current Middle Distance champion, joins the Skechers Long Distance Triathletes team, which already includes the likes of Miquel Blanchart and Carlos López, with the sights set on the Ironman World Championship Kona 2019.

 Last year, the athletes of Skechers they got 3 of the 6 podiums in the Ironman World Championship. However, this spectacular success has not made the American firm relax and let go, but has spurred it to continue giving it everything in one of the most demanding competitions in the world. Therefore, Skechers has decided to further improve its team of Long Distance Triathletes with the incorporation of Gustavo Rodríguez, current champion of Spain of Middle Distance, who will try to qualify for the Kona 2019 together Miquel Blanchart y Carlos López, two of the most renowned members of the 'dream team' of Skechers.

During this year, Gustavo Rodríguez will try to add the necessary points in various tests of the franchise in Wales, Taiwan, South Africa y Portugal, but without leaving aside the national calendar, with the Bilbao Triathlon (May 26), the Half Triathlon Pamplona Iruña (12 of May) and the qualifier for the ITU Long Distance World Championship in his sights.

Gustavo Rodriguez Triatelta Skechers

For this, the triathlete of Tuy will have, both in training and in competitions, the new GoRun Ride 7, the ideal shoes for long distances and for those runners looking for extra cushioning without sacrificing the characteristic lightness of Skechers Performance.

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