quarta-feira, 31 de março de 2010

XTerra Portugal - 03-04-2010 - Figueira da Foz 2010



XTERRA

É uma competição de Triathlon off-road, faz parte do calendário do XTERRA GLOBAL TOUR e podem participar todos atletas amadores, profissionais independentemente da nacionalidade, sexo e maiores de idade.
No XTERRA PORTUGAL, são atribuídas vagas para a final do XTERRA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP a disputar todos os anos no Havai.
O XTERRA PORTUGAL dá aos atletas de todo o mundo a possibilidade de conhecer, competir nas mais diversas e espectaculares regiões de Portugal.
Todos os participantes têm como principais vertentes nesta competição a natação, o mountain bike e a corrida. Todos os participantes que terminem a corrida ganham a medalha de XTERRA PORTUGAL FINISHER.




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domingo, 28 de março de 2010

II Triatlo Longo do Porto Santo 2010



 

Lino Barruncho vence no Porto Santo

Lino Barruncho (Clube Olímpico de Oeiras), foi o grande vencedor do II Triatlo Longo do Porto Santo, que hoje decorreu na “Ilha Dourada”. A luta entre os três primeiros foi titânica ao longo da prova, com várias alterações na liderança. Na natação, Pedro Gomes (Olímpico de Oeiras) integrou um grupo que incluia ainda André Ferreira (Andorinha), Tiago Lobo (Compeed TriOeste) e David Caldeirão (Louletano). Durante os 90 Km de ciclismo, realizados em 6 voltas, Pedro Gomes liderou de início até final, mas sempre seguido de perto por Sérgio Marques (Águias de Alpiarça), que foi ganhando entre entre 10 e 15 segundos por cada volta de 15 Km, chegando à 2ª transição com menos de 1 minuto de atraso para o líder. Mais atrás, Lino Barruncho realizava o segmento de ciclismo mais rápido da prova, encurtando o atraso com que saíu da natação (cerca de 5 minutos). Com os dados lançados, previa-se uma corrida final de 21 Km (meia-maratona) muito competitiva até à meta. Sérgio Marques alcançou Pedro Gomes ainda na 1ª volta de corrida, assumindo a liderança da prova. Mais atrás Lino Barruncho imprimia um ritmo muito forte, deixando no ar a expectativa de poder ainda alcançar Sergio Marques. Foi o que veio a acontecer, já no último retorno da última volta, situado no porto de abrigo, vindo o atleta de Oeiras a sagrar-se o grande vencedor da competição, depois da 3ª posição conquistada no ano passado.
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Na 4ª posição ficaria o espanhol David Rodrigez Rodriguez, seguido de Tiago Lobo (TriOeste) e de Sérgio Dias (seu colega de equipa) no 6º lugar. Custódio António (Olímpico de Oeiras), que há 3 semanas venceu na Ilha Dourada a maratona do Porto santo, foi 7º, com Miguel Fragoso na 8ª posição. (Molly Maid - Vitória de Jane). No 9º lugar, Tiago Silva (Ludens de Machico) seria o melhor madeirense, seguido de Carlos Duarte Nobrega (Andorinha) a fechar o top-10 da prova. Paulo Margarido (Ludens) e Roberto Lúcio (Clube Naval da Calheta) seriam o 3º e 4º atletas regionais nesta competição.
No sector feminino, Sónia Quintela (Tri-Oeste) assumiu desde cedo a liderença, com um excelente segmento de natação, mas a sua colega de equipa Vanessa Pereira veio a recuperar a diferença, alcançando a liderança já no segmento da corrida. Ana Cristina Nascimento (Clube Naval da Calheta) foi a melhor atleta regional e a 3ª da geral.
Por equipas, venceu o Clube Olímpico de Oeiras, seguindo do Compeed TriOeste e do clube espanhol Tripto, de Tenerife.

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Mooloolaba World Cup 2010 - women´s race

Vendula Frintova wins in

Mooloolaba

 
Vendula Frintova chased hard on the bike and then ran down Tomoko Sakimoto and Liz Blatchford to win the 2010 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup in Australia. Sakimoto and Blatchford finished second and third.

Americans Laura Bennett and Sarah Groff were setting the pace in the swim with Britain's Liz Blatchford and Aussie Felicity Sheedy-Ryan right there too. The speed up front caused the field of 42 to split into 2 packs and Bennett led the first one out of the water. Defending champion Kirsten Sweetland had missed the first group and got to T1 with the leaders out of sight, and Frintova and a host of others hot on her heels.

"I didn't have a great swim," said Frintova to ITU media. "I had to work hard on the bike to close the gap."

A group of 20 led by Blatchford and fellow Brit Jodie Stimpson set the pace on the bikes and the gap to the chasing 12 grew to over 90 seconds. In that second pack Sweetland and Frintova were working hard to limit the losses and eventually their efforts paid off. With about 10k to ride, the front group actually slowed down some as the tactical games for the run began. By the time they all reached the second transition, the chasers had narrowed down the gap to 30 seconds.

Bennett had a quick transition and was first out on the run with Stimpson, Debbie Tanner of New Zealand and Kathy Tremblay of Canada no far behind. Halfway through the run, Bennett and Tremblay fell of the pace and Kate Roberts from South Africa now led Stimpson, Sakimoto, Blatchford, Tanner and Lisa Mensink from the Netherlands. Frintova was 25 seconds behind at that point, but Sweetland was no longer in the picture to defend her title. With 2.5k to go, Frintova was within 10 seconds of Sakimoto and Blatchford and soon after the three athletes ran together. Frintova accelerated one more time and managed to get away from the other two and crossed the line first. Sakimoto held on to second and Blatchford captured third.

"I felt good through about seven kilometers of the run, but after that I couldn't make any more moves," added Blatchford. "The last three kilometers was just survival for me just to get around the course."

ITU Mooloolaba World Cup

Top 10 women

1. Vendula Frintova (CZE) 2:03:16

2. Tomoko Sakimoto (JPN) 2:03:17
3. Liz Blatchford (GBR) 2:03:43
4. Kate Roberts (RSA) 2:04:04
5. Sarah Groff (USA) 2:04:19
6. Jodie Stimpson (GBR) 2:04:20
7. Kiyomi Niwata (JPN) 2:04:22
8. Ainhoa Murua (ESP) 2:04:26
9. Lisa Mensink (NED) 2:04:35
10. Debbie Tanner (NZL) 2:04:36 
 
Written by: Herbert Krabel

sábado, 27 de março de 2010

Oceanside 70.3

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Mirinda was flying...
She ran a 1:17:34, breaking her own run course record by nearly 3 minutes.
To put that in perspective, Michael Raelert ran 1:17:15 to win the overall.
Only 6 men ran faster than Mirinda!

   ATHLETE RANK AGE/DIV SWIM BIKE RUN TOTAL
1 Carfrae, Mirinda 5/2/1 29/WPRO 00:26:15 02:33:14 01:17:34 04:20:29
2 Paterson, Lesley 14/7/2 30/WPRO 00:27:45 02:34:10 01:18:28 04:24:31
3 McGlone, Samantha 7/4/3 31/WPRO 00:26:17 02:33:04 01:23:37 04:26:43
4 Cave, Leanda 1/1/4 /WPRO 00:24:09 02:34:39 01:27:29 04:29:56
5 Major, Kate 11/8/5 33/WPRO 00:27:04 02:35:45 01:23:37 04:30:15
6 williamson, kelly 3/10/6 33/WPRO 00:24:55 02:39:56 01:21:44 04:30:35
7 jones, michellie 6/5/7 41/WPRO 00:26:15 02:35:05 01:26:42 04:31:49
8 Naeth, Angela 19/6/8 28/WPRO 00:29:00 02:32:29 01:27:48 04:33:41
9 warriner, samantha 10/9/9 39/WPRO 00:26:39 02:36:37 01:24:59 04:36:19
10 Snow, Caitlin 12/18/10 28/WPRO 00:27:06 02:44:55 01:20:50 04:38:21
11 Lovato, Amanda 18/11/11 38/WPRO 00:28:58 02:38:02 01:29:37 04:40:22

   ATHLETE RANK AGE/DIV SWIM BIKE RUN TOTAL
1 raelert, michael 2/1/1 30/MPRO 00:22:38 02:15:31 01:17:15 03:58:27
2 Reed, Matt 5/4/2 35/MPRO 00:22:49 02:19:23 01:15:49 04:01:17
3 Henning, Rasmus 6/7/3 35/MPRO 00:22:50 02:21:32 01:14:10 04:02:07
4 cunningham, richie 3/6/4 37/MPRO 00:22:47 02:21:30 01:15:37 04:03:02
5 ODonnell, Timothy 4/5/5 30/MPRO 00:22:47 02:20:36 01:16:57 04:03:21
6 Symonds, Jeff 13/12/6 25/MPRO 00:24:32 02:23:42 01:13:46 04:05:41
7 Hoffman, Ben 16/9/7 27/MPRO 00:25:15 02:19:29 01:18:01 04:07:15
8 Leto, Kyle 1/8/8 24/MPRO 00:22:37 02:22:06 01:19:17 04:07:16
9 Lovato, Michael 14/10/9 37/MPRO 00:24:36 02:21:08 01:19:08 04:08:28
10 DeBoom, Timothy 10/11/10 40/MPRO 00:23:30 02:22:57 01:19:54 04:10:16

Mooloolaba World Cup 2010


 

Kahlefeldt strikes first new

Sat Mar 27 2010
The 2010 ITU World Cup series launched in Mooloolaba, Australia and Aussie Brad Kahlefeldt grabbed the first win. Great Britain's Stuart Hayes finished second and Aussie James Seear rounded out the podium.

Dylan McNeice of New Zealand was first out of the water in 18:18 and he had a pretty good sized pack closely behind him. With Javier Gomez not at the start and Courtney Atkinson reportedly under the weather, the field of favorites had gotten smaller, but a tight race was expected nonetheless.

Training partners James Seear and Josh Amberger pushed the pace on the bike as soon as they left T1 and steadily built up their lead. The duo was chased by a pack of 22, with Dutch youngster Jan Van Berkel attempting to bridge across. But the 2 escapees were not letting up and by the time Amberger and Seear approached T2 they had managed to distance the chasers by 1:38, and Van Berkel was still lingering in between.

The 2 Aussies bolted out of transition onto the run and soon after Seear took the lead. Behind him the pack led by Ivan Rana, Brad Kahlefeldt and defending champion Courtney Atkinson took up the pursuit. 4k into run, the chasing group of 20 had dwindled down to Atkinson, Kahlefeldt, Hayes and Aussie Cameron Good, but they still trailed Seear by 90 seconds. With 2k to go, Hayes and Kahlefeldt had managed to pull themselves within 10 seconds of Seear and an exiting finale awaited the spectators in Mooloolaba.

"I was hurting at that point," said Kahlefeldt to ITU media, "but I knew it was time to go, so Stu and I put on another push and finally caught James."

Kahlefeldt passed his countryman with a strong effort and crossed the line first in 1:51:31. Hayes also managed to get past Seear, but the young Aussie held on to third.

"I could see them coming, then they went past and I couldn't hold the pace," said Seear after the race.

Mooloolaba ITU World Cup    
Mooloolaba, Queensland, Australia / March 27

Top 10 men     

1. Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS) 1:51:31
2. Stuart Hayes (GBR) 1:51:41
3. James Seear (AUS) 1:51:58
4. Dan Wilson (AUS) 1:52:17
5. Danylo Sapunov (UKR) 1:52:37
6. David Hauss (FRA) 1:53:03
7. Ivan Rana (ESP) 1:53:16
8. Jamie Huggett (AUS) 1:53:21
9. Kevin Collington (USA) 1:53:24
10. David Dellow (AUS) 1:53:34

terça-feira, 23 de março de 2010

domingo, 21 de março de 2010

João Silva vence III Triatlo do Ribatejo



 III Triatlo do Ribatejo
 Mar 21, 2010

João Silva, do Olímpico de Oeiras, foi o grande vencedor do III Triatlo do Ribatejo, que reuniu cerca de 340 atletas no domingo de manhã, numa prova que começou em Alpiarça e terminou em Santarém.

“Estou muito satisfeito com a minha prestação, mas sinceramente não estava à espera de vencer”, confessou João Silva depois de cortar a meta, explicando que “por ser a primeira prova oficial da época, não sabia muito bem como ia reagir em competição”.

Duarte Marques, do Águias de Alpiarça, foi segundo classificado, e o russo Nicolay Yaroshenko subiu ao terceiro lugar do pódio, aproveitando a desclassificação de Bruno Pais, do SL Benfica, que viu um cartão vermelho mas continuou até terminar a prova.
Duarte Marques, agora com a camisola dos "Águias", ficou na 2ª posição

O jovem Miguel Arraiolos, do “Águias”, a correr praticamente em casa, ficou-se pelo 9º lugar.

“Saí muito bem da água e consegui acompanhar o ciclismo, mas na corrida, que até é o meu forte, comecei a sentir algumas dores nas costas e fui ficando para trás”, afirmou o jovem de Alpiarça, explicando que isso pode ficar a dever-se ao facto de ter estreado nesta prova uma nova bicicleta.
Miguel Arraiolos sentiu dores nas costas e acabou por terminar em 9º lugar

Na ausência de Vanessa Fernandes, que optou por não participar no Triatlo do Ribatejo por se estar a preparar para o campeonato do mundo de corta-mato, o pódio feminino foi inteiramente ocupado por atletas da selecção russa de triatlo, que esteve vários dias a estagiar em Rio Maior.
Alexandra Razarenova venceu a prova feminina



Alexandra Razarenova cortou a meta em primeiro lugar, seguida de Eugenia Suckoruchenkova e de Elina Danelova.

resultados

Meia-maratona de Lisboa com recorde do Mundo


O eritreu Zersenay Tadese bateu hoje, domingo, o recorde mundial da meia maratona, ao registar o tempo oficioso de 58.22 minutos na 20.ª edição da prova lisboeta, disputada entre Algés e o Mosteiro dos Jerónimos, com passagem pela Baixa.
Tadese, que contava com o auxílio de três "lebres", correu a prova quase toda sozinho e retirou 11 segundos ao anterior recorde mundial de 58.33, que pertencia ao queniano Samuel Wanjiru, conquistando assim um prémio de 50 mil euros.
O atleta eritreu terminou a prova com mais de um minuto de vantagem sobre os segundo e terceiro classificados, os quenianos Sammy Kitwara e Duncan Mutai.
A prova feminina foi ganha com grande à vontade pela queniana Peninah Arusei, com mais de dois minutos de vantagem sobre a etíope Askale Tafa, enquanto o terceiro lugar pertenceu à veterana portuguesa Fernanda Ribeiro, que tem 40 anos e foi campeã olímpica dos 10 000 metros em Atlanta1996.
A corrida de elites, que contou com cerca de 100 participantes, começou em Algés, seguiu pelas avenidas da Índia e 24 de Julho até ao Campo das Cebolas, fazendo depois o percurso inverso, quase até ao Dafundo, onde deu a volta para terminar em Belém.
Cerca de 35 000 atletas populares participaram, por seu turno, na minimaratona, que teve início na Praça da Portagem e atravessou o rio Tejo pela Ponte 25 de Abril.

Aviva Ironman 70.3 Triathlon 2010



Australia's Craig Alexander has overcome the theft of his bikes to win the Aviva Ironman 70.3 triathlon in Singapore. Alexander was in the lead bunch out of the water and in to T1. South African, James Cunnama made some ground on Alexander with a 2:07:36 bike split (0:2:12 faster than Alexander) and put in a very fast 1:16:02 half marathon but it was not enough to edge out Alexander. Australia's Aaron Farlow was a further 0:1:12 behind Cunnama and took out 3rd overall.
Craig Alexander recently won the Australian Long Course Triathlon in Jervis Bay with Pete Jacobs and Chris Kemp coming 2nd and 3rd respectively.
James Cunnama had 4 podiums last year including a 2nd at Ironman Austria - 2nd (8h14:18) and a 3rd at Alpe D'Huez Triathlon, France.
Farlow had an impressive 2009 with a 1st at the International Noumea triathlon and 1st in the Canberra Half Ironman.

Top 100 Male results
Full results can be found by clicking here.



  
ATHLETE
DIV
SWIM
BIKE
RUN
TOTAL
1
ALEXANDER, Craig
PRO
0:26:08
2:09:48
1:15:31
3:53:31
2
CUNNAMA, James
PRO
0:27:58
2:07:36
1:16:02
3:54:23
3
FARLOW, Aaron
PRO
0:26:11
2:09:37
1:17:39
3:55:45
4
HORNER, Kent
PRO
0:26:07
2:09:56
1:25:25
4:03:28
5
BAYLISS, Stephen
PRO
0:26:09
2:09:45
1:29:01
4:06:51
6
PASSUELLO, Domenico
PRO
0:30:12
2:12:59
1:24:34
4:10:25
7
CRONEBORG, Fredrik
PRO
0:29:00
2:19:43
1:20:47
4:12:07
8
CSOKE, Balazs
PRO
0:26:09
2:09:51
1:36:09
4:14:28
9
RHODES, Bryan
PRO
0:26:05
2:09:44
1:41:29
4:19:32
10
MASUDA, Daiki
PRO
0:28:50
2:20:28
1:29:41
4:21:20


Switzerland's Caroline Steffan has backed up from a 4th place in the Abu Dahbi International Triathlon, held one week ago, to win the Aviva Ironman 70.3 triathlon in Singapore. Steffen won by over eight minutes in a time of 4:18:14. Jodie Swallow was second in 4:26:32 and Margaret Shapiro was third in 4:31:37.
Swallow lead Steffen by over two minutes out of the water and in to T1. She held her lead with a faster bike split than Steffen but it was to be the run that proved to be the decider. Steffen ran almost 11 minutes faster than Swallow to post a 1:25:54 half marathon.
Steffen has had a string of podiums in long distance triathlons over the last year with two 3rd's and a 1st in 2009 and a recent 2010 2nd at New Zealand's Port of Tauranga Half Ironman.

Top 100 Female results
Full results can be found by clicking here.


  
ATHLETE
DIV
SWIM
BIKE
RUN
TOTAL
1
PRO
0:28:15
2:21:45
1:25:54
4:18:14
2
PRO
0:26:10
2:21:01
1:37:08
4:26:32
3
PRO
0:29:06
2:29:03
1:31:04
4:31:37
4
PRO
0:30:25
2:29:26
1:30:40
4:33:05
5
PRO
0:28:03
2:31:55
1:32:24
4:34:57
6
PRO
0:33:46
2:30:49
1:39:12
4:46:38
7
PRO
0:32:58
2:36:34
1:38:28
4:50:43
9
PRO
0:29:07
2:30:37
1:52:01
4:54:24

quinta-feira, 18 de março de 2010

Campeonato Mundial de corta-mato em Bydgoszcz, na Polónia.

Vanessa Fernandes no Mundial de corta-mato
Por Redacção

Vanessa Fernandes foi chamada para substituir a lesionada Ana Dulce Félix no Campeonato Mundial de corta-mato, a realizar no próximo dia 28, em Bydgoszcz, na Polónia.

A atleta do Benfica, que compete habitualmente no triatlo, vai agora juntar-se a Jessica Augusto, Sara Moreira, Ana Dias, Anália Rosa e Daniela Cunha para representar Portugal na prova, isto no que diz respeito ao sector feminino. Youssef el Kalai, Licínio Pimentel, Manuel Damião, Fernando Silva, José Rocha e Hélder Ornelas forma a Selecção de seniores masculinos. Os juniores Rui Pinto, José Costa e Débora Santos completam a representação portuguesa.

Jorge Grave falha Taça da Europa de lançamentos

A par da troca de Vanessa Fernandes por Ana Dulce Félix foi também conhecida a inaptidão de Jorge Grave representar Portugal na Taça da Europa de lançamentos, a realizar em França,, mais precisamente na disciplina do disco. Marco Fortes, que se encontra seleccionado para o lançamento do peso, poderá ser o seu substituto.

Frodeno, Snowsill Attend Laureus World Sports Awards 2010







2008 Olympic Triathlon gold medallists Jan Frodeno of Germany and Emma Snowsill of Australia were in attendance at the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards, held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on March 10. The pair joined ITU Vice President Bill Walker and Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series Managing Director Paul Coleman in honouring the top sports performers of 2009.

“It’s fantastic for triathlon to be strongly represented at the Laureus World Sports Awards,” Coleman said. “Hopefully triathletes will have a chance to compete for top honours in this very special event in the not too distant future.”

Frodeno added, “It was great to learn more about the “Sport for Good” concept, which helps athletes make a difference through sport. It was an amazing evening and I was honoured to be a part of it.”

The Laureus World Sports Awards is recognised as the premier honours event in the international sporting calendar and the awards ceremony provides a high profile focus as stars of the sporting world come together to salute the finest sportsmen and sportswomen of the year. The winners are selected by the ultimate sports jury—the 46 members of the Laureus World Sports Academy, the living legends of sport honouring the great athletes of today.

 The 2010 Laureus World Sports Awards winners are:

Sportsman: Usain Bolt, Jamaica (Track & Field)
Sportswoman: Serena Williams, United States (Tennis)
Team: Brawn GP F1 (Formula 1 Car Racing)
Comeback: Kim Clijsters, Belgium (Tennis)
Disability: Natalie du Toit, South Africa (Swimming)
Action Sportsperson: Stephanie Gilmore, Australia (Surfing)
Lifetime Achievement: Nawal El Moutawakel, Morocco (Track & Field)
Sport for Good: Dikembe Mutumbo, United States (Basketball)

For more on the Laureus World Sports Awards please visit laureus.com/awards/2010

terça-feira, 16 de março de 2010

III Triatlo do Ribatejo (Alpiarça e Santarém)



É já este Fim de Semana o 1º Triatlo da temporada 2010

domingo, 14 de março de 2010

Ironman China 2010

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official site


McKenzie, Marsh take IM China 

Australian Luke McKenzie won it on the swim and the USA’s Amy Marsh did it on the bike to take the men’s and women’s overall titles at the second Ironman China Sunday.

McKenzie’s 45:45 swim opened a decisive 12:14 margin over Hungary’s Jozsef Major, then gave back just 1:26 with a 4:37:50 bike and 49 seconds with a 3:14:17 run to hit the line with a race-record 8:41:15 time and an 11-minutes 14–seconds margin of victory.

McKenzie’s win came two weeks after his DNF at Ironman Malaysia. The Australian topped 2009 winner Rasmus Henning’s 8:53:20 finish achieved in much hotter temperatures – 113 degrees Fahrenheit.

Marsh’s 55:17 swim gave her a 1-minute 22-seconds lead over Germany’s Nicole Leder. Then Marsh put on the afterburners with a sizzling 5:10:25 bike that gave her a 32:18 lead entering the marathon. Marsh’s 3:42:43 was thus enough to hold off Leder’s race best 3:13:28 run to finish in 9:52:45 and a 10 minute 13 seconds margin of victory.

Marsh’s winning time fell short of 2009 winner Charlotte Paul’s race record of 9:48:14, which placed Paul 4th overall including the men in the tortuous 2009 heat wave.
Ironman China
March 14, 2010
S 2.4 mi. / B 112 mi. / R 26.2 mi.

All Pro Female Athletes


   ATHLETE RANK AGE/DIV SWIM BIKE RUN TOTAL
1 Marsh, Amy 3/1/1 32/WPRO 00:55:17 05:10:25 03:42:43 09:52:45
2 Leder, Nicole 4/6/2 38/WPRO 00:56:39 05:41:21 03:20:47 10:02:58
3 Jesberger, Heidi 5/3/3 32/WPRO 00:56:42 05:26:34 03:39:58 10:08:52
4 Nishiuchi, Maki 1/4/4 34/WPRO 00:51:17 05:33:17 03:53:05 10:21:52
5 Simonetta, Amy 9/7/5 38/WPRO 01:14:24 05:37:01 03:59:32 10:55:09
6 Wong, Jocelyn 8/8/6 28/WPRO 01:11:40 07:37:24 05:40:42 14:37:23

All Pro Male Athletes



   ATHLETE RANK AGE/DIV SWIM BIKE RUN TOTAL
1 Mckenzie, Luke 1/1/1 28/MPRO 00:45:45 04:37:50 03:14:17 08:41:15
2 Major, Jozsef 13/2/2 31/MPRO 00:57:59 04:36:24 03:13:28 08:52:29
3 Groenbek, Jens 10/4/3 27/MPRO 00:56:34 04:49:02 03:26:04 09:17:06
4 Tani, Shingo 12/10/4 42/MPRO 00:57:44 05:05:31 03:11:34 09:19:01
5 SCHIFFERLE, Mike 15/8/5 36/MPRO 00:59:54 04:54:20 03:30:10 09:30:16

XIII Duatlo do Cadaval - Camp. Nac. Grupos Idade

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Esta manhã realizou-se a 13ª edição do Duatlo do Cadaval que foi marcado por muito sol e com muitos participantes.
Na prova masculina o vencedor foi Lino Barruncho seguido do João Silva e do Sérgio Silva.


















































Nas mulheres a vencedora foi Mariana Costa, seguida de Maria Areosa e Bárbara Clemente.

lista resultados absolutos