If a Spaniard gets the victory, Spain will be awarded a direct position at the Olympic Games in Rio.
This weekend will be held in Baku (Azerbaijan) the first edition of the European Games where the Spanish triathlon will try to find a direct place for the Olympic Games in Rio.
Spain will come to the appointment with the maximum number of representatives possible, in competitions that will run the next 13 and 14 June 2015.
The female elite will have the current Spanish triathlon champion, Miriam Casillas y Tamara Gómez, winner of the Mooloolaba World Cup this year.
Finally Ainhoa Murua (Olympic Diploma in London Olympics 2012) will not participate in the test
For its part, in the masculine category we will be headed by Fernando Alarza Two-time World Champion 23 in 2012 and 2013 and second in the last World Series of London and currently third in the ITU Ranking. Completing the Spanish participation will be Francesc Godoy David Castro (third in the World Cup of Alanya 2014 and World Champion Sub23 of Duathlon of Pontevedra 2014.
Among the participants, there will be some of the regulars of the world series such as, the portugais Pereira and Silva the Polyanskiy Russians among others.
The European Games of Baku will be held for the first time in history, and will have a competitive level of first level, with the highest sports stars of the continent. An event that begins its journey in the likeness of the Pan American Games or the Commonwealth Games.
The start of the women's event will be on Saturday 13 at 12: 30 (Spanish time), the male start on Sunday 14 at 12: 30 (Spanish time)
Further information: http://www.baku2015.com/