María Pujol, queen of Posadas after winning the sprint and the half 'iroman'

With almost 46 degrees of temperature and just one day after winning the Califas de Hierro sprint triathlon (750 meters swimming in the Hornachuelos reservoir, 19 kilometers by bicycle in the vicinity and another 5 running through the town of Posadas), the Sevillian María Pujol prevailed in the I Calima Desafío Posadas triathlon, a medium iroman in which he crossed the finish line first after swimming 2.200 meters, cycling 80 kilometers and walking 22, overcoming a personal challenge that had been imposed for this double date.


The Seville woman won on Saturday marking the differences from the beginning. She came out of the water first, maintained the difference in the bike route and in the foot race, faithful to her role as favourite, she increased the advantage over her rivals to finish with a time of 1:02.44 hours, with a 1.14 minute advantage over Elena Aguilar.

Yesterday, at the 08: 00 the second appointment began, a half iroman by the same place in which the distances were multiplied. Exactly 30.43 minutes after the starting horn, Pujol was the first to get out of the water. The Sevillian no longer left her head, setting a spectacular pace on the bike. Aguilar, who also repeated, was unable to close the gap in the cycling segment, arriving in Posadas almost six minutes behind the Sevillian, who would finish the race with a time of 4:37.53 hours, ahead of Aguilar (4:49.15 ).

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