Roger Roca, duathlon world champion

The Spanish Roger Roca, silver medalist in the 2011 duathlon world cup played in the Asturian town of Gijón, has been proclaimed world champion, after the Portuguese Sergio Silva was suspended for violating the anti-doping code, as reported by the Federation International (ITU).

As reported in a statement by the International Triathlon Federation (ITU) - which depends on the sport that combines cycling with running - Silva was forced to return his gold medal "due to the violation of regulations in an anti-doping control during the competition during the 2011 Duathlon World Cups in Gijón, Spain ».

Silva was sanctioned with six months, (ver noticia) losing, apart from the trophy, the ranking points and the cash prize. As a consequence, all classifieds advance one place. Roca will receive the gold medal and another Spaniard, Victor Manuel del Corral, who had finished third, the silver. The bronze medal will go to Frenchman Benoit Nicolas, who had finished in fourth position.

FINAL CLASSIFICATION

1. Roger Roca Dalmau ESP ES 01:51:22
2. Victor Manuel Del Corral Morales ESP ES 01:51:29
3. Benoit Nicolas FRA FR 01:51:30
4. Sergey Yakovlev RUSSIAN RU 01:51:35
5. Matt Russell USA US 01:51:36
6. Richard Hobby GBR GB 01:51:45
7. Philip Wylie GBR GB 01:51:47
8. Alessio Peak ITA IT 01:52:06
9. Ilia Mazhukin RUSSIAN RU 01:52:12
10. Nicolas D'Harveng BEL BE 01:52:23

Source: marca.com

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