This weekend a new edition of the Triathlon World Cup in Huatulco, Mexico.
Among the participants, the Triarmada has six triathletes who will try to be at the top of the podium.
Among the boys, we find Genis Grau, David Castro , Alberto González and David Cantero. Grau, who took the victory in the last edition, will seek to repeat the victory.
Castro, recently proclaimed European champion, and González, with experience on the World Cup podium, are some of the favorites to get on the podium.
In the female category, Marta Pintanel y Natalie Castro They will represent Spain.
Internationally, the Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk and the New Zealander Kyle Smith are some of the competitors to consider.
In the women's category, American veterans Katie Zaferes y Gwen Jorgensen are favourites, while the Mexican Rosa Tapia and the Colombian María Velázquez also have chances to climb to the podium.
The Triathlon World Cup in Huatulco will be held under the Sprint distance, which includes 750 meters of swimming, 20 km of cycling and 5 km of running.
See departure list
The event will begin on Saturday June 17, with the women competing at 23:15 pm (Spanish time), and the men at 01:15 am (Spanish time) on Sunday the 18th.
How to see it live?
The tests can be seen live through triathlonLIVE.
Huatulco is a jewel on the coast of Oaxaca, Mexico. With its beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife and rich culture, it is an ideal destination for athletes and spectators.
Athletes and spectators can enjoy the natural beauty of Huatulco, which includes nine bays and 36 beaches, as well as a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Additionally, the city offers a wealth of activities to enjoy outside of the competition, such as scuba diving, hiking, and exploring ancient Zapotec ruins.