Óscar Vicente it was done with the triumph in ITU Sprint Triathlon European Cup that was held this Sunday in Cremona. Next to the Galician, the other Spanish in liza Ricardo Hernández reached the fourth place in the Lombard town. In female elite, the Spanish representatives also achieved a meritorious performance.
The female elite was in charge of opening the competition, with a first sector at Portocanale in which Anna Godoy She was the first to complete the swimming leg, followed by the Italians Chmet, Signorini.
From the 20 km cyclists, the Australian Tamsyn Moana Veale and the German Rebecca Robisch they would dominate the competition; in a great confrontation between both triathletes who would compete for the victory until the final bars. Finally, the Australian was the first to enter the finish line, just 11 seconds ahead of Robisch. The also Teutonic Lisa Sieburger, completed the podium in third place.
As long as Tamara Gómez it reached a prominent seventh place in the general classification, after achieving the fifth best time in the 5 km race on foot. For her part, Anna Godoy signed the ninth position, Miriam Casillas entered 12th and Judit Saizar, 21st.
For his part, in the men's event, after completing the initial 750 m of swimming, Ricardo Hernández came out in the lead group with Óscar Vicente completing the sector in more lagging positions. Hernández would remain in the front positions throughout four laps of a very technical and flat section, in which Giulio Molinari, Stefan Zacheus, Mattia Ceccarelli and Ricardo Hernández Marrese led the test, with Molinari commanding this peloton at the top, while a pursuing block was seconds away. In this sector, Óscar Vicente offered a very high performance, recovering positions and marking the second best partial in the segment.
Already in the race on foot, Hernandez and Molinari staged an intense duel, while Vicente was unmarked and advanced positions in a splendid race on foot, until crossing the finish line in the first place, after a large deployment in a sector in the who got the best partial. After the Galician, the German entered Jonathan Zipf and the Belgian Jelle Geens. While a great Hernandez did it to 27 seconds of the winner, in fourth position.