Next Saturday it will be held in the Multideporte World Championship in Pontevedra, LD Triathlon World Championship, where we have the presence of Javier Gómez Noya and Pablo Dapena, champion last year in the Fyn World (Denmark)
Javier Gómez Noya after his great performance in the Bermuda World Series, where he got the second position, faces the test with illusion (He does not have this title yet) but aware that he has not trained for this distance.
The race will take place over the distance of 3.000m of swimming, 108 km of cycling and 30km of running.
Pablo Dapena, will try to defend the title obtained last year, although he knows that it is difficult, since in the test he will have rivals of the likes of Noya and other participants like Terenzo Bozzone, five times World Champion or Danish Ruedi Wild, second last year in Denmark.
As for the rest of Spaniards in the test they will be Gustavo Rodríguez, Albert Moreno,,Ander Iriogen y Ander Okamina.
In the female category, the absence of the first three classified in Denmark stands out, Helle Frederiksen, Barbara Riveros y Annabel Luxford.
As for the Spanish women, we will have Judith Corachán, which comes in a great state of form after having achieved victory in Challenge Salou, Saleta Castro, Gurutze Frades, classified for Kona 2019 and seventh last year, María Pujol recent winner of the Half Triathlon of Seville y Anna Noguera 10º last year and that comes from doing a great performance in the IRONMAN Oceanside.
The rivals to keep in mind will be among others Camilla Pedersen y Maja Stage, the Belgian Alexandra Tondeur, the Switzerland Emma Bilham or the Swedish Asa Ludström.
The test will start at 8: 00 on Saturday morning 4 in May.
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