Today the first edition of the Pontevedra was held ProTour FETRI, a test with the best trialtetas of our country in a SuperSPrint qualifying format with semifinals and finals
Pontevedra turned to triathlon again and accompanied in the main competition zone more than 70 triathletes selected by the ITU Olympic ranking ranking, and the rankings of the Spanish Sprint and Olympic distance championships in 2019.
Together with the last Spanish World Champions, Mario Mola and Javier Gómez Noya, on the starting line was the first, Iván Raña, who could not overcome his semifinal although he was one thousandths of Rubén Pereira, the last to enter the grand ProTour final. If Ainhoa Murúa managed to enter the final, the only female in the national triathlon with four Olympic Games played.
In the men's event the final victory has been for Mario Mola, followed by Antonio Serrat y Javier Gómez Noya third.
Mola, got the victory in the final, in a double Super Sprint format (250 meters of swimming, 7,2 kilometers of cycling and 1,7 kilometers of running on foot).
The second classified has been Antonio Serrat and third a great Javier Gómez Noya who demonstrates his quality rendering at the highest level at any distance.
Fernando Alarza it was fourth while Roberto Sánchez Mantecón - that last August 31 was proclaimed world champion sub'23 in Lausanne (Switzerland) - finished in fifth position
In the female category, Anna Godoy took the victory ahead of the New Zealander Anneke Jenkins and Carolina Routier.
Excitement to the end
The finals could not have been more exciting, especially the women's, in which Anna Godoy claimed victory on the same finish line and in a spectacular sprint with Anneke Jenkins, a silver medalist. Third was on the podium Carol Routier, after a great race in which they shared the leadership of the final with Sara Pérez Sala, finally fourth classified.
Noya's male career with comeback
More excitement provided if the male career fits. Mario Mola and Antonio Serrat were always in leading positions with Fernando Alarza and the occasional national triathlon.
At the end of the first swim Javier Gómez Noya marched something off the leaders, but the five-time World Champion was able, once again, to get the best out of himself and trace up to the bronze medal, behind Serrat and A great Mola.