If not a total of 5 have been the Madrid clubs that have managed to position themselves in the National Top10 of the Super Ranking of Clubs of 2011 published by the Spanish Triathlon Federation
At the head of all of them, the CT Diablillos de Rivas Club with a total of 117844 points have achieved the desired title of Winner of the National Club Super Ranking, followed by the now legendary Lugo Fluvial City with 99004. The third position has been for Ecosport Alcobendas Triathlon with a total of 76278 points.
The CTOA Triathlon Club together with Tri-Val Valdemoro Triathlon, have managed to gain a place in the Top10 of the National Ranking, obtaining the 9th and 10th positions respectively within a total of 583 clubs that have scored this year.
In 2011, the pre-Olympic year, the clubs representing the Community of Madrid have once again demonstrated their talent and their great commitment to this sport, participating in the various events organized by the Spanish Triathlon Federation throughout the entire territory. Spanish.
In the words of Rubén Barquero, President of the Diablillos de Rivas Club, “It is a great joy to have won this ranking, which together with the League of Clubs are the tests that we consider best measure the competitive dimension of a Club and that is what we have always tried to prevail over individualities. Even the Super Ranking, which also takes into account the points achieved by people who compete in Age Groups, we consider it even more complete and having been the reference this year, the truth is that it fills us with pride ”.
"I would like to take the opportunity to publicly thank the work that the technical team of this Club has been doing for many years, from pre-benjamines to elites led by Dani Puerta and the collaboration of the Rivas-Vaciamadrid City Council" "Still, being very important and motivating These recognitions are also being able to gather around 200 members of the club around a table, or 40 to 50 people in the same training. This is what drives us to continue working for a Club as special as the Diablillos de Rivas and what moves so many people to travel throughout Spain to compete with their peers ”
2012 that is born with strength thanks to the effort made to promote this sport within our community. New triathlon clubs are "enrolled" in our ranks, with the Community of Madrid being one of the Autonomous Federations with the largest number of licenses within our country.