We have seen a nice duel between the Spanish until the end where Judith Corachán it has been second and Anna Noguera third in a great race
After the recital that we have seen in the men's test with the double of Javier Gómez Noya and Pablo Dapena It was the turn of the women's event, where we had a wide Spanish representation.
In the swim that was cut from 3.000 to 1.500 meters, the first to come out of the water was the Swiss Emma Bilham followed by Anna Noguera at 48 seconds, Saleta Castro, Ewa Budgol and Judith Corachan at 52. María Pujol started at 1 minute and Gurutze Frades started about 6 minutes behind.
In the demanding cycling circuit, a quartet was formed in the lead with Manon Genet, Alexandra Tondeur, Anna Noguera and Judith Corachán leading the chasing group by 1:33 as they passed the first lap.
An increase in the pace of the French and the Belgian made them leave alone, followed by the Spanish, who were distancing themselves little by little, increasing the advantage to 2 minutes in the second round.
In the final part of the segment, Manon Genet left his escape partner to reach T2 with a 1:08 advantage over Tondeur, 4:18 over Corachán and 4:53 over Noguera. Saleta Castro got off the ninth bike at 19 minutes, Gurutze Frades 10th at 21 'and María Pujol 12th at 27.
In the foot race the Belgian Tondeur gradually went back up to catch up with the French Genet before reaching the second lap. At this point they were ahead in almost 4 minutes to Judith Corachán and Anna Noguera who were marching together.
A penalty from the French made her lose 1:50 over Toudeur and with a fading that the athlete suffered, she lost time in every kilometer, so that finally the duet of Spanish reached her to fight for the silver medal in a nice duel between Corachán and Noguera.
Finally the victory has been for Alexandra Tondeur with a final time of 5: 48: 01
In the beautiful duel between the two Spanish for second place, Judith Corachán and Anna Noguera, made several changes of pace to try to escape, where in the end Judith Corachán (5:50:06) In the final part of the race he managed to leave to get the world runner-up. Anna Noguera (5: 51: 33) has been third.
As for the rest of the Spanish, Gurutze Frades was 8th, Saleta Castro 9th
Goal video of Alexandra Tondeur
- TriathlonLIVE (@triathlonlive) May 4 2019
1 #51 Alexandra Tondeur BEL 05: 48: 01
2 #68 Judith Corachan ESP 05: 50: 06 + 00: 02: 05
3 #53 Anna Noguera ESP 05: 51: 33 + 00: 03: 32
4 #71 Manon Genet FRA 05: 54: 16 + 00: 06: 15
5 #54 Maja Stage Nielsen DEN 05: 57: 13 + 00: 09: 12
6 #70 Emma Bilham SUI 05: 57: 51 + 00: 09: 50
7 # 73 Asa Lundström SWE 06:02:54 +00: 14: 53
8 #55 Gurutze Frades ENG 06: 07: 30 + 00: 19: 29
9 #72 Saleta Castro ESP 06: 08: 23 + 00: 20: 22
10 #62 Maki Nishioka JPN 06: 11: 23 + 00: 23: 22
11 #66 Ewa Bugdol POL 06: 18: 20 + 00: 30: 19