Vicente Hernández “Chente”, an international and Olympic triathlete in Rio, has published on its social networks that it is already new andtraining the race on foot after having been 6 months apart by a lesión.
The Tenerife was confirmed that he had a bone edema in the internal femoral condyle and patellar tendon bursitis, after he had to retire in the last WTS of Montreal last July.
6 months later, Chente has returned to “put on the shoes”, even if it is very little. In his networks he commented:
"It has been 6 months without being able to run continuously, but finally I have been able to start and link 5 sessions on alternate days.
At a low pace and not more than 30 minutes, but believe me I already really wanted to. One more step in the right direction. Now slowly and with good lyrics"
It's been 6 months without being able to run continuously, but I've finally been able to start and link 5 sessions on alternate days. At a low pace and no more than 30 minutes, but believe me, I was already looking forward to it. One more step in the right direction. Now slowly and with good handwriting. 🐢🐢🐢 pic.twitter.com/PJgGf5oqg5
- Vicente Hernández (@VicenteHdezC) December 20, 2019
This season he got the Slot for the 70.3 IRONMAN World Championship
This season he had competed in addition to the WTS circuit, in medium distance tests getting a victory in the IRONMAN 70.3 Peru, which gave him the Slot for the IRONMAN World Championship 70.3, although after he could not participate
Great news, and we hope to continue with the recovery and see you again soon putting on a bib.