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Sara Pérez and Cesc Godoy Spanish Triathlon Champions

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Today the Spanish Triathlon Championship on Olympic distance has been played in Valencia where Sara Pérez and Cesc Godoy have achieved victory in the test.

Today was the second day of the Valencia Triathlon with the celebration of the Spanish Championship in Olympic distance and the women's triathlon

Sara Pérez Sala, X3M, proclaimed 2017 national champion with absolute superiority in the race over the rest of the rivals in the first two segments, controlling in the third to ensure victory on the day against the push of the Venezuelan Joselyn Daniely Brea Abreu, of AD Tri-Penta Terras de Lugo, second classified, and of Sara Bonilla, the Clavería Triathlon, third in the race, second in the Spanish Championship and also winner of the Herbalife Triathlon Grand Prix of Spain. The third drawer of the women's national podium went to Marta Sánchez, of the CN Vic-ETB, fourth classified in the race.

Women's podium Spain Triathlon Championship 2017

Classification

1 SARA PEREZ
2 JOSELYN DANIELY
3 SARA BONILLA
4 MARTA SANCHEZ
5 IBONE SANCHEZ
6 NURIA RODRIGUEZ
7 DELIOMA GONZÁLEZ
8 ANA MARIBLANCA
9 MELINA GRISELDA
10 MARIA ORTEGA

As for the male event, the winner was Cesc Godoy followed by Pablo Dapena and Richy Hernández in third position.

Men's Podium Championship Spain triathlon 2017

From the exit of the water a leading trio was formed with Cesc, Ricardo and Kevin Tarek Viñuela, another cash from the Cidade de Lugo. Kevin couldn't bear the pace of his escape companions and was absorbed by the chasing group. Dapena jumped from the same group to join the two heads forming the definitive trio that would play the victory and podium final positions. Not even a fall at the entrance to the T2 suffered by Cesc could prevent a victory that the Catalan triathlete wanted to dedicate to his father, a true legend of the national triathlon, and also to his mother.

Cesc invested a time of 1:49:58, Dapena entered in 26 seconds, and Hernández in one minute and seven seconds. Antonio Benito, also from the Cidade Lugo Fluvial, was fourth classified, while Uxío Abuín, from the Vedra Olympic Club, finished in fifth position and entered the podium of the Herbalife Triathlon Grand Prix of Spain, which in the men's category was closed with Godoy's victory, with 197 points, followed by Dapena, with 195 points, and Uxío, also with 195 points.

The club title went to Cidade Lugo Fluvial, silver for Diablillos de Rivas and bronze for Fasttriathlon. In the sub-23 category, the champion of Spain was proclaimed Antonio Benito, from the Cidade Lugo Fluvial. Silver went to Ignacio González, from the Arcade Inforhouse Santiago, and bronze to Iván Gil, from Diablillos Rivas.

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