Impressive victory of Gómez Noya in Sydney

Javier Gómez Noya has just proclaimed champion, in the early hours of Saturday 9 to Sunday 10 in April, the first test of the Dextro Energy WCS, held today in the Australian town of Sydney.

In the first lap of swimming, he did not manage to get out of the top ten in the water, but already in the first cycling segment he managed to advance positions, managing to be in the lead in some moments, but that little by little he dropped down, losing positions. Due to the rain and small gusts of air that started in the first transition, Noya had a small fall, from which he managed to get up quickly, going up the race and advancing positions.

Excellent transition to start the race on foot, in which he advanced positions giving a great spectacular to the test, and getting to the finish line in first position.

 

The meeting was also attended by the Spanish Iván Raña (26th position), José Miguel Pérez (46th position), both within the points for the Olympic Ranking, and Mario Mola, which failed to reach the finish line, as he had to retire in the cycling segment.

 

According to statements by Javier Gómez Noya "I am very happy to have been able to reach my goal and achieve this first place in Sydney, the first round of the WCS"

A tough fight to get this position on the podium that has been highly contested, and that with only a few seconds ahead, once again, Javier Gómez Noya, has managed to make a difference.

This is the podium classification:

1.

JAVIER GOMEZ

ESP

01:50:22

2.

JONATHAN BROWNLEE

GBR

+ 00: 06

3.

SVEN RIEDERER

SUI

+ 00: 11

 

Source: www.triatlon.org

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