Javier Gómez Noya Favorite at IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania 

This weekend, the IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania where the Spanish triathlete Javier Gómez Noya tops the favorites list.  

Noya arrives in Tasmania not only to compete but to reaffirm himself as one of the greats in the IRONMAN 70.3 distance.  

After a year of intense training and strategic competitions, Gómez Noya seeks to secure his position on the podium, while aiming for direct qualification for the world championship. 

Noya arrives at the race with the victory in the IRONMAN 70.3 Mossel Bay from South Africa and having chosen to compete this year on the new circuit or T100 Triathlon Tour of the PTO

In the male category, Javier Gómez Noya will seek victory in a field where the New Zealander also stands out Brad Currie, number 46 in the PTO ranking, and other renowned competitors such as Cameron Wurf, Nick Thompson, and the Chilean Martin Ulloa.  

In the female category, Chelsea Sodaro is positioned as one of the main favorites, along with local triathletes Grace thek y Penny slater, both within the Top 40 of the PTO ranking, and Sarah Crowley.  

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Swimming in a single lap in the cold waters of the Derwent River, followed by 90 km of cycling along an up and down route that accumulates a gradient of approximately 1.125 meters, and culminating with the three-lap running race to complete the half. marathon, make this event one of the most complete and demanding on the circuit. 

Schedules and How to Watch IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania Live 

IRONMAN 70.3 Tasmania is scheduled for this Sunday, with the men's pros scheduled to start at 06:25 AM local time at Brooke St Pier, Sullivans Cove, 

The women's professional race will begin at 06:26 AM.  

For fans in Spain, the time difference means the race will start at 21:25 PM (Peninsular time) on Saturday.  

For those who wish to follow the action live, a live stream of the finish line will be available on the Ironman YouTube account, 

In addition, live monitoring can be done through the APP Tracker  

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