The Spanish Triathlon Federation starts up its machinery to discover new talents that can bring joy to Spanish sport in the future. For this reason, in the different autonomous communities, it will take time to include young athletes in the National Sports Technification Program.
The Valencian Community will not be an exception. Autonomous triathletes may go to Valencia -January 22- or Alicante -January 28- to take the tests. The best times will go to the High Performance Center in Madrid.
Cadets from 96 and 97 and juniors from 95, 94 and 93 will be able to attend this time taking. The objective is to calibrate the records of the youngest in swimming and athletics. For this, there will be tests of 100 and 1.000 meters of swimming and 1.000 and 400 meters of athletics.
Next January 22 at 9 am, the swimming times will begin in the Benimàmet pool in Valencia. Hours later, starting at 16:XNUMX p.m., the tests will continue on the athletics tracks of Section III of the Turia River. Vanessa Huesa will coordinate the tests.
Meanwhile, Alicante will have their opportunity on January 28 at the University of Alicante. The session will begin at 9 am, which will continue in the afternoon from 16 pm. Roberto Cejuela will be responsible for taking records.