Mario Mola returns to competition leading the Triarmada at the Lisbon World Cup

We tell you where to follow it live

After the start of the World Series last weekend in Yokohama, the capital of the neighboring country hosts the Lisbon Triathlon World Cup.

The competition that will be played for 3 days It will feature individual Olympic distance events, in addition to the last Mixed Relay qualifying event for the Tokyo Olympics, which will be held on Friday.

Mixed Relay

Today at 12:30 pm through LaLigaSports TV, the mixed relay made up of Miriam Casillas, Anna Godoy, Fernando Alarza y Antonio Serrat who will fight for a great result in a test in which several countries play the possibility of being able to compete in the mixed relay of the Olympic Games.

In the case of the Spanish team, given the foreseeable classification of 3 men and 2 women in the individual events in Tokyo, they would automatically have their place secured in the mixed relay.

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FETRI / Triamada for mixed relays in Lisbon

Countries like Norway or Belgium will be tough rivals in the Lisbon event where we will fight to improve the sixth place achieved in the World Championship in Hamburg in 2019.

Start list

Male elite test

On Saturday it will be the turn of the men's elite (13:20, LaLigaSportsTV), with the three-time World Champion, Mario Mola, starting with number 1, and with the recent winner of the Yokohama World Series, Kristian Blummenfelt as the maximum rival.

Other important rivals will be Iden, Stornes, Van Rail, Mislawchuk or the local, Basque Vilaça.

The Spanish team will complete it Genis Grau, the Champion of Spain last year, Alberto Gonzalez, and the national bronze, Kevin Tarek Viñuela.

Start list

Elite female test

The Portuguese test will close on Sunday with the women's race (14:30, LaLigaSportsTV) in which Spain will have Miriam Casillas, after his fantastic 8th place in the Yokohama World Series, with the consecrated Anna Godoy y Carol Routier, and the sub23 Martha Pintanel.

The starting list has great contenders for victory and the podium, highlighting Summer Rappaport (3rd in Yokohama), the 2018 World Champion, Vicky Holland or the Olympic Champion in London, Nicola Spirig.

Start list

Where to see it live?

Mixed Relay

  • Date: Friday 21 May
  • Hours: 12: 30

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Male elite test

  • Date: Saturday 22 May
  • Hours: 13: 20

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Elite female test

  • Date: Sunday 23 May
  • Hours: 14: 30

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