First medal in history for Spain in triathlon Javier Gómez Noya gets silver in the Olympic Games in London

Spectacular competition experienced this morning in Hyde Park London in celebration of the men's event at the London Olympic Games where the Spanish Javier Gómez Noya after staying in the lead throughout the race along with the Brownlee brothers, has achieved a well-deserved silver making history in the Spanish Triathlon by being the first to get a medal since this sport was Olympic in 2000.


Alistar Brownlee achieved gold, completed the circuit in a final time of 1 hour 46 minutes 25 seconds, third place for Jonathan Brownlee.

The Spaniards who have completed the team, Mario Mola He has achieved a well-deserved top20 in this test, achieving 19th place and Jose Miguel Pérez, 24th.

An excellent balance for the Spanish triathlon after the Olympic diploma obtained by Ainhoa ​​Murua and the representation of Marina Damlaimcourt, 24º, along with Zuriñe Rodríguez, 44ª, in the women's event held last Saturday.

Noya's silver meets all the predictions of this excellent triathlete who since his beginnings in this sport has remained among the best triathletes worldwide.


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