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Lola Fernández and Miguel Ángel Ganal the TRIATHLON LET'S TRI POLLENÇA

The test was held over a distance of 1900m swimming / 60km cycling / 10km running

About 200 triathletes took off this Saturday from the first edition of the Triathlon LET's TRI Pollença from the dock of the Llenaire beach, facing 1900m of swimming just one lap in the bay of Pollença.

Due to the sick leave of Little George (main favorite), the first triathletes to get out of the water were Carlos López and Miguel Ángel Fidalgo who, after passing through the first transition zone, started the 60km of cycling that ran along one of the most beautiful roads in Mallorca through the terms of : Pollença, Campanet, Selva, Caimari and Escorca Lluc to descend through the Coll de Femenia arriving at the second transition area located in the Pollença Sports Center.

Once the cycling segment left the triathletes had to face the real challenge of this test in the walk section 10km: The Puig de María. With a 300m slope in just 2km and with a stretch of very technical paving the positions varied considerably since Miguel Capó traced more than 5m to finish second.

In females, the victory went to Lola Fernández, which managed to overtake Laura Brunot during the cycling segment to take the final victory. Brunot was second and surpassed the first veteran and third in goal in more than 20 minutes, Helena Bellini.

The organization appreciates the great work done by the members of the Pollença Local Police and the Civil Guard in this test, as well as the collaboration of the Pollença City Council, of all local volunteers and collaborators.

Absolute winners of Let's Tri Pollença:


1st Miguel Ángel Fidalgo. Mallorca Training M3T

2nd Miquel Capó

3rd Carlos López. CE Gomila Cycles


1st Lola Fernández

2nd Laura Brunot

3rd Helena Bellini. Meam yes Torn

Absolute winners of the Let's Tri Challenge


1st Juan Nadal, CN Llucmajor

2st Miguel Ángel Fidalgo. Mallorca Training M3T

3rd Miguel Fernandez Miniño. Mallorca Training M3T


1nd Laura Brunot

2nd Mavi Garcia. CE Gomila Cycles

3rd Lola Fernandez

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