Javier Gómez Noya in search of his fourth world title in Stockholm

Javier Gómez Noya starts as clear favorite to get his 4 world title this season.



Tomorrow Saturday, the seventh meeting of the Triathlon World Series in the city of Stockholm Sprint distance, where the best triathletes in the world will compete the last points before the Grand Final in Edmonton (Canada) the August 31.


El ranking 5 will compete with the best positions each athlete has achieved, where Javier Gómez Noya  with 4 wins in Auckland, Cape, Yokohama y Chicago  is in the lead with an advantage of 496 points over Jonathan Brownlee, winner in 2012 and 3º in 2013.


Mario Mola third in the ranking is only 5 points of English so I'm sure he will try to advance him in the final classification. Mario has already shown that this distance is going very well as he achieved victory in the London World Series.


Alistair Brownlee, winner the year past, is eighth in the ranking. Recent Briton Triathlon European Champion and winner of the last circuit test in Hamburg I'm sure he will try to validate his title and will not give facilities to any of his rivals.


We do not have to forget about Richard Murray (4º in the ranking) and of Joao Pereira since they have managed this season to get into the box at this distance.


The rest of the Spanish participation is formed by Fernando Alarza who does not come at his best due to an injury but will try to be in the top positions,  Vicente Hernández reciente silver medal in Europeans sub 23, Francesc Godoy that got second place in the World Cup Tiszaujvaros y Jesús Gomar who returns to international competition after an injury.


In the women Gwen Jorgensen first in it ranking and Helen Jenkins third will not participate in the test so Jodie Stimpson, second in the ranking although with more 900 points of disadvantage, happens to be the great favorite for the victory.


However, athletes of the quality of Vicky Holland (GBR), Kirsten Sweetland (CAN) and Sarah Groff (USA) they will not make it easy for you. With fourth place, Holland overtook Stimpson in Stockholm last year and will undoubtedly want to take the podium in this final test before the grand final.


The Spanish participation will be formed by Ainhoa ​​Murua who got a fifth place in Cape will try to be in the top positions, Carolina Routier where I'm sure he'll be in the lead in swimming and Maria Ortega.


Male start list

Female start list

Classification Ranking


The men's event will be held at 12:46 p.m. and the women's at 14:51 p.m. and you can follow it live through www.triathlon.org/live or our social networks @triatlonnoticia

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