The men’s classical team validates their world bronze


He Spanish men’s classical team has reaffirmed the bronze medal obtained last year in Thailanid by repeated position in trail world championships taking place in Innsbruck-Stubai.

With a route of 7.5 kilometers and 374 meters of unevenness, alex garcia (sixth with a time of 56:25), Andrew Blanes (tenth in 59:54) and other larrea (twenty-seventh with 1h01:42) put Spain in third place with 43 points, behind Kenya (15) and Italy (30). Edward Hernandezwho completed the quartet, finishing in 51st place in a time of 1h04:50.

The victory went to the Ugandan Leonard Chemutai (56:14), ahead of the Kenyan Ombogo Kiriago Philemon (56:22) and from German Philemon Abraham with 56:27

In the women’s category, the American prevailed Grayson Murphy (1h04:29). The money went to the Swedish Tove Alexandersson (1h05:26) and the bronze for the Kenyan Joyce Muthoni (1h06.40).

The Spanish team is twelfth with the Onditz Iturbe (22 at 1h11:29), Malen Osa (29 including 1h13:12), laura domaine (58 with 1h18:56) and Maria Ordonez (61 including 1h20:17). Kenya was declared the champion ahead of Great Britain and France.

In the women’s junior, Inés Herault hung the silver with a time of 33:27. The sixth place of Nadia Soto (34:28) and the nineteenth of Blanca Batlle (36:56) put the Spanish team in third place on the podium after Great Britain and France.

He also achieved the bronze junior men’s teamin his case behind Switzerland and France. Jan Torrella signed fifth place with 28:38, Marcos Villamuera the eleventh has 29:32, Marcos Lopez the sixteenth with 30:10 and Fabián Venero the seventeenth with 30:16.

Source: La Verdad


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