Today has been presented in Madrid to the selection of triathletes who will represent Spain at the Tokyo Olympics.
During the presentation at the COE, the Spanish Triathlon Federation, in addition to the announcement of the 5 Spanish triathletes who will be in Tokyo, have published the documentary “From Sydney to Tokyo, 20 unforgettable years"
This documentary has reviewed the two decades of triathlon as an Olympic sport with special emphasis on the successes of Spanish triathlon.
Here you can see a preview of it
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Javier Gómez Noya leads the Triarmada
The men's team will be made up of Javier Gómez Noya (five-time world champion and silver medal in London 2012), Mario Mola (three-time world champion and four podiums in the World Cup) and Fernando Alarza (silver in the 2018 World Cup and bronze in 2016, as well as silver in the 2018 European),
The feminine will be formed Miriam Casillas (bronze in the 2015 World Cup and double champion of Spain in 2014) and Anna Godoy (silver in the 2015 European Cup and gold in the ProTour held in Pontevedra in 2019, among others).
To them are added the reserves Antonio Serrat , Sara Pérez Sala and Carolina Routier.
Casado, Blanco and Hidalgo highlight the evolution triathlon in 20 exciting years
Marisol Married, member of the International Olympic Committee, president of the World Triathlon and vice president of FETRI stated that “the level of organization and competition of this Federation is very high and I would like to share how proud I feel when I see the behavior of the Spanish team, not only in terms of sports but also in general.".
Meanwhile Alejandro Blanco, president of the Spanish Olympic Committee, stated that “nor there is a Sports Federation in Spain that has had the evolution of triathlon, both at a sporting level and in terms of management.
This path that you have followed during these 20 years has led you to be the best in the world with a model management and a great future. You have written brilliant pages of Spanish sport, but there are many others to writer ".
José Hidalgo, President of the Spanish Triathlon Federation, wanted to highlight “It has been the most complex Olympic cycle, for obvious reasons, but I want to thank those of you who make up the triathlon family for never having missed the goal".
The leader of the FETRI, who announced the Olympic team as well as the trisuit with which the Triarmada will compete, assured that "athletes have always made us vibrate and in Tokyo we want to give a great competition".
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