The Grand Final of the World Triathlon Series in Lausanne, Switzerland is the final date for define the final classification international for competition ProTour of the Spanish Triathlon Federation that will take place in Pontevedra on October 12 and 13
In this competition the top stars of the Spanish triathlon They will compete alongside a select group of classified and classified in the Spanish Sprint Triathlon Championships, held in Roquetas de Mar, and Olympic distance, to be held in A Coruña on September 28 and 29.
8 triathletes already classified
With few options for variation, the top four places for women and men in the ITU Olympic qualification ranking in the absence of the sum of points from the Grand Final in Lausanne, in which the classification for ProTour FETRI closes, is led by Miriam Casillas y Mario Mola. Anna Godoy y Fernando Alarza; Sara Pérez Sala y Javier Gómez Noya, and Carolina Routier y Antonio Serrat, complete the first four places with direct back in Pontevedra.
The following positions for FETRI triathletes are for Marta Sánchez y Vicente Hernández; Cecilia Santamaría y Roberto Sánchez Mantecón, and Xisca Tous, already classified as Marta Sánchez by the national sprint of Roquetas, and Alberto González, also with Plaza Pontevedra and in the Gold Group as champion of Spain 2019 in Roquetas de Mar.
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4 more athletes will join at the invitation of the FETRI
The four first women and four first men in the ITU Olympic classification ranking at the end of the Lausanne Grand Final will be joined by four more international athletes, two women and two men, at the invitation of the FETRI Technical Directorate and the city. Host of the first edition of the competition, as well as champion and champion of Spain in Sprint distance, Tamara Gómez and Alberto González, and champion and national champion in Olympic distance, titles at stake in A Coruña at the end of September.
Along with the rest of those classified in Roquetas de Mar and A Coruña, the best representation of international triathletes ever assembled in a FETRI competition will face the explosive and dynamic competition formats planned in Pontevedra.
The first day will include a test in which they will face two SuperSprint distance triathlons consecutively without rest and with five eliminated at the end of each swimming, cycling and running segment until the end.
The second will divide the 80 participants, 40 women and 40 men, into two semifinals by chance, in which 10 athletes will qualify to play the last points in a final also in the SuperSprint distance.