Mario Mola Triathlon World Champion

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Mario Mola has achieved his second consecutive world cup and Javier Gómez Noya closes a spectacular season with the second place

Today it was held in the Dutch city of Rotterdam la  Grand Final of the World Series where we had 3 triathletes with options to get the World Championship, Mario Mola, Javier Gómez Noya and Fernando Alarza.

Mario Mola was enough to finish among the first 5 to revalidate the title obtained last year.

On a rainy morning, the test started a little late with the 1,5 km of two-lap swim, where the first to get out of the water was Richard Varga followed by Gómez Noya 5 seconds away, Fernando Alarza 15 seconds, Mario Mola 17, Uxío Abuín 26 and Vicente Hernández 28 from the head of the race. Iván Raña came out 51 seconds from the head.

In a rapid transition, a group of 15 was formed in the lead with Javier Gómez Noya, Jonathan Brownlee, while 20 seconds away were the rest of the Spaniards pulling to reach the group at the top. Iván Raña started late and was 1 minute behind the leaders in the first round. In the passage through the second round, the work carried out in the second group paid off and it caught up with the leader forming a large squad.  

In a cycling circuit marked by many turns and by the rain that fell on the Dutch city, he went through the third lap already with a group of 25 with Noya, Mola, Alarza, Hernández, Brownlee, Murray, Royle and Blummenflet with an advantage 1:15 on the persecuting group where Uxío Abuín and Iván Raña were.

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