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Javier Gómez Noya conquers his second world championship of half Ironman

Javier Gómez Noya conquers his second world championship of half Ironman

Javier Gómez Noya Javier Gómez Noya continues to enlarge his legend as one of the best triathletes in history. At 34, the Galician was proclaimed for the second time in his Ironman 70.3 world champion career, which is known as Half Ironman, in the World Cup held this weekend in Chattanoga (United States). Gómez Noya won the race with a time of 3 hours, 49 minutes and 45 seconds, finding the American Ben Kanute at 1:22 minutes, and at 2:15 the British Timothy Don, who accompanied him on the podium. The Ironman 70.3 is a background test that includes 1,900 meters swimming, 90 kilometers of bicycle (without drafting) and 21 kilometers on foot. It is the second time that Spanish is proclaimed world champion of Ironman. The first was in Edmonton (Canada) in 2014. Gómez Noya dominated the swimming and career segments on foot, demonstrating to be in full way for the assault on his great objective of the year: conquer for the sixth time the triathlon world championship. The last test of the Triathlon World Cup is celebrated from September 14 to 17 in Rotterdam. Gómez Noya's principle rival is also the Spanish Mario Mola, current world circuit champion. Mola would be enough to be 5th in Rotterdam to reissue the World Cup conquered in 2016.
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