The five-time world triathlon champion, Javier Gómez Noya, has achieved a great 16th position in the Madrid Half Marathon, where he has participated for the second consecutive year and has a large lineup of professionals.
Noya has invested a time of Mark of 1: 06: 48 in completing the 21 km of route, improving his mark of last year where he got a time of 1: 07: 58 and being the fourth Spanish of the test.
Noya passed at kilometer 15 of the race with a time of 47:46 to finish with 1:06:48 at an approximate average of 3:11
The winners of the test have been the Kenyans Kipkemoi Kiprono and in the female category Tigist Teshome Ayanu,
Last year he got the eleventh position with a time of 1:07:58, a year that focused on the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona where he was eleventh.
Noya, who this year is focused on returning to the ITU competition with a fifth place in New Plymounth (Sprint distance), commented in a interview "I have done good base work in New Zealand and I think things are going well. "
Gallego's next competition will be the WTS in Bermuda, already on Olympic distance, on April 27, to focus on the LD World Championship that will be held in Pontevedra on May 4