Representatives of the Spanish Triathlon Team are already in Huatulco to participate in the Triathlon World Cup to be held this weekend and will host the Mexican town for the sixth consecutive year.
After returning to Beijing where the final of the World Triathlon Series was held last September, representatives of the Spanish Triathlon Team are already in Huatulco (Mexico) to participate in this test.
In the Women's Elite category, we will have the presence of Ainhoa Murua, Marina Damlaimcourt, Zuriñe Rodríguez, Carolina Routier and Marta Jiménez. In the Male Elite category, Iván Raña, Mario Mola, Ramon Ejeda, Jorge Naranjo, Fernando Alarza and Jose Miguel Pérez.
The triathletes will have to complete a circuit of 1500 meters of swimming (2 laps), 40 kilometers by bike (8 laps) and 10 kilometers of running (4 laps)
Despite having a high level in the female category, the Spanish triathletes, Ainhoa, Marina and Zuriñe will start with options to achieve a top 20 in this test.
In the Men's category, the recently proclaimed Duathlon world champion, Joao Silva, starts as the favorites. On the part of the Spanish team, Iván Raña, after the final of the world series, has shown that he is in good shape and will start with options to achieve a Top10 in this test.
More information about the test and starting list: http://www.triathlon.org/events/event/2011_huatulco_itu_triathlon_world_cup/