This Saturday June 10 Caspe will welcome the best ‘riders’ on the national scene, who will meet in the city of Zaragoza, to compete for the national title of this exciting discipline.
Throughout the weekend, more than 150 athletes will take around the guadalope river and the Mequinenza Reservoir in this battle for the national championship, which is sure to offer an impressive show to those present in both 20″ and 26″ modes. On Friday, participants will have the opportunity to practice in the bikepark and prepare for the course they will face the next day, full of challenges and difficult terrain that will test the cyclist’s ability to overcome obstacles.
The tournament starts at 9:00 am when the lower category competitions and the male and female elite qualifiers are contested; that the finals will be held throughout the afternoon, with many candidates climbing to the top of the drawer. All this can be followed live through the streaming provided by the digital platform Aragón Deporte.
After prevailing on Spanish Trial Cup and in the absence of the world champion Eloi Palau, Borja Rabbits, was postulated as the first contender for the national title along with Daniel Baron and last year’s winner Alejandro Montalvo. This list of candidates also consists of the current national champion at 26” Marti Vayreda as well as the regulars at this appointment Sergi Llongeras, Julen Saenz de Ormijana either Benito Roswhich will not make it easy for their rivals.
In the women’s team, the current national champions and recent winners of the Spanish Cup, Vera Baron, is the favorite to revalidate the crown. This way, the woman from Madrid will get her fourth straight win, although the Catalans will be there to prevent it. Alba Riera, Laia Esquís and Mónica Castella next to the Basque Irene Caminos, who were their main opponents in the national circuit that ended last month Guijuelo.
Source: La Verdad
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