Javier Gómez Noya drops out at the last minute for the T100 Miami

This weekend the first test of the circuit will be held T100 in Miami, where some of the best medium and long distance triathletes will be.

One of the most anticipated duels, the confrontation between Javier Gómez Noya y Alistair Brownlee We will have to wait a little longer since Noya will not participate in the test.

Both athletes, world leaders in triathlon, have prepared intensely for this event. However, a publication in networks de Javier Gómez Noya, our only permanent Spanish triathlete for the circuit, has been forced to withdraw due to illness.

"After a good training block, unfortunately I will not be able to compete in T100 Miami this weekend.

A virus hit me pretty hard last week and after a few days in bed with a fever and a bunch of missed training sessions, I'm just starting to feel normal now. Following the doctor's advice, I have decided to retire and focus on recovery.

I'm so gutted not to be a part of the first @t100triathlon event it's going to be epic. Good luck to everyone competing this weekend in Miami and I'll see you all next time.”Javi commented

After a promising training block, a virus has removed him from the competition, leaving us without the expected duel against Brownlee.

The men's starting list for the T100 Miami is spectacular, and will include the winner of the last IRONMAN World Championship, Sam Laidlow, and the third classified, Magnus ditlev.

In addition, Jason West, last year's winner when the race was called Clash Miami, is among the favorites.

There will also be triathletes like Sam long, Ben Kanute, and Rudy von berg by the United States, as well as Pieter Heemeryck from Belgium and Mathis Margier of France.

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