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Iván Raña wins the EPIC TRIATHLON

After yesterday's victory in the middle distance de Javier Gómez Noya, Today the sprint and Olympic test of the epic triathlon,.

In the sprint test we have seen the victory of Iván Raña, who has returned to the “ring” after a time without competing.  

Ivan Rañawho is retired from professional triathlon A while ago he once again showed that he has “spark”  

His victory in the Epic Triathlon sprint test is a clear sign that he still has things to do. 

Raña took the victory with a time of 1:05:20, followed just a few seconds ahead of Juanri Catalá and Sergio Bonilla who completed the podium in the sprint test.

Raña, visibly moved, commented on his experience: “From swimming feeling strong, to cycling and then transitions that I admit I haven't experienced in a while, everything has been fantastic. In addition, the bicycle circuit is spectacular, an ideal place for an official championshipl ".

Those post-finish areas where we all come together, where we celebrate regardless of the result, are what really engages this sport.

I loved seeing that no one wanted to leave, it was like a big family reunion. And, of course, I cannot fail to mention the bicycle circuit, which is simply spectacular. This is an ideal place for any championship".

In the women's sprint distance event, the Triatló Tritrail Castelló de la Plana took all the honors. Carla Gil triumphed with a time of 1:18:32, followed by her teammates Ana Navarro and Adriana Peris.

In the Olympic test event, victory went to  German Cister from Tricanet with a time of 2:04:20, followed by Ruben Monaj y José Carlos Giersig,.

In the women's category, the runner Fatima Arevalo of the Sport & Fun team took first place, recording a time of 2:27:13. Completing the women's podium were Tuxa Fdez-Coronado y Patricia Marquez,

Next Steps for Iván Raña 

Frog also appears in the departure list of the next IRONMAN 70.3 Cozumel this coming weekend, indicating that his return to triathlon is far from a one-off event. 

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