Shout with good feelings

Iván Raña wants to arrive at the London 2012 Games at the age of 33. He does not yet have his place on track, so the results he achieves this season may be key for the pioneer of the Spanish triathlon to attend his fourth Olympic event. Last Saturday he set out for Australia with a competition plan similar to that of Gómez Noya. It will be tested on Saturday in Mooloolaba to face its first round of the World Championship in Sydney.

Later, Raña had already planned to fly to Japan to compete on April 17 in a World Cup event to which he has special affection, Ishigaki's. There he achieved in 2001 his first great triumph on the international calendar.

José Miguel Pérez, Mario Mola and Ramón Ejeda accompany the Ordense in this first great displacement. The former World Champion spent a three-week concentration in Lanzarote last winter, to refine his preparation and enjoy better training conditions than he finds in the rainy season in Galicia. He shared training sessions with Ejeda, Ramón Santamaría and famous people such as Rasmus Henning and Andrea D? Aquino.

Raña completed her work in recent weeks at home. He shared some work sessions with his brother Antonio and Antón Ruanova and proclaimed his good feelings before starting to compete.

Champion of the World and double champion of Europe, Raña returned to triathlon last year after living a new experience in the Karpin Galicia as a professional cyclist in 2009. The Ordense achieved his best result of 2010 precisely at the Mooloolaba event, in which he finished in seventh place.

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