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Mondiali di Duathlon Giorgia Priarone 6^, argento ParaDuathlon Alessandro Carvani Minetti, 4^ junior Francesca Crestani, piazzamenti azzurri

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6° posto per Giorgia Priarone nei mondiali di Duathlon elite in programma ad Aviles in Spagna.

Giorgia Priarone (TD Rimini) si è presenta all'appuntamento campionessa europea in carica: dopo la frazione podistica iniziale è uscita dalla T1 6^ a circa 20" dal gruppo delle 5 leader. Sempre sesta nella frazione ciclistica da sola, lo svantaggio dalla testa della gara è aumentato ma è rimasta comunque salda in 6^ posizione senza farsi riprendere dal secondo gruppo delle inseguitrici. Dalla T2, la corsa al podio è rimasta riservata alle prime cinque Steyn (Rsa), Illes (Aut), Garcia (Esp), Pallant (Gbr) e Seuerger (Ger) e si è risolta con la fuga vincente della britannica Emma Pallant che è volata in testa a tutte e ha tagliato il traguardo 1^. Alle sue spalle ha vinto l'argento Andrea Steyn (Rsa) ed il bronzo è andato alla padrona di casa la spagnola Garcia Canellas. A chiudere top five la tedesca Sieburger 4^ e l'austriaca Illes 5^.
Giorgia Priarone giunge 6^ al traguardo nella top ten mondiale.

Il sabato di gare mondiali ha preso il via con il ParaDuathlon in cui il bravo Alessandro Carvani Minetti (Raschiani Triathlon Pavese) ha conquistato la medaglia d'Argento nella ctg. PT2.

A seguire le gare Junior femminile con le nostre azzurre Francesca Crestani (PPRTeam) giunta 4^ ai piedi del podio e Carlotta Bonacina (Pro Patria Milano) 9^ . Delia Sclabas (Sui) ha vinto il titolo mondiale davanti all'Argento Kate Waugh (Gbr) e al Bronzo Madalena Almeida (Por) .
Nella gara maschile junior la vittoria è andata ad Alex Yee (Gbr), alle sue spalle doppietta spagnola con l'Argento di Alberto Garcia Gonzales ed il Bronzo di Javier Lluch Perez.
Per gli azzurri juniores 11esimo posto per Federico Spinazzé (Silca Ultralite) e 18esimo per Valerio Cattabriga (Minerva Roma).


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@foto del titolo Leonardo Beggio

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International Triathlon Union
Press Release • June 04, 2016

Richad Murray and Emma Pallant claim the Duathlon World crowns

With crowds spilling into the streets following a full day of races, South African triathlete Richard Murray and British young star Emma Pallant claimed victory at the 2016 ITU Aviles Duathlon World Championships.

The women’s elite race was dominated from the very beginning by Emma Pallant, who couldn’t have had a better birthday celebration than winning her second consecutive World title. Pallant was always in the small pack that led the race throughout the first laps of the run and the bike course. She went out on her own on the final 5km run for the victory at the last segment of running of the 10 km run/40 km bike / 5 km run course.

South African Andrea Steyn maintained her second position during the last lap even though the crowds went wild with local athlete, Margarita García Cañellas, fighting to be on the podium. They ended up finishing in second and third place, after an astonishing bike race from García, who led the group for 40km.

The last race of the day was Elite and U23 Men’s duathletes taking the streets of the Aviles estuary. The duathlon race saw an enormous come back by South African Richard Murray. Only seven weeks after having to go trough surgery for a broken collarbone, and after stating on the press conference the day before the Worlds in Aviles that he was “not fine yet”, he managed to win the Duathlon World title without opposition.

Ten athletes led the bike race, with the big favourites such as Murray, Emilio Ruiz or Nicolas Benoit included, completed the six laps of the bike course all together, only to have Murray left all of them clearly behind at the beginning of the final discipline. Currently ranked fourth on the Columbia Threadneedle Rankings, Murray claimed the world title six years after his last duathlon race.

Second crossing the finish line was Spaniard and last year’s World Champion, Emilio Ruiz, while young Dutchman Jorik Van Egdom finished third, also claiming the winner of the U23 category.

The competition day started with paraduathlon, which gave us the first of eight Para Duathlon World Champions crowned in the beautiful city of Aviles (Spain). The first one to cross the finish line was Polish paraduathleteWietecki (Men’s PT5), followed closely by Gustavo Molina (Men’s PT1), Eva María Moral (Women’s PT1), Lionel Morales (Men’s PT2), José Aurelian Valenzuela (Men’s PT3), Raquel Domínguez (Women’s PT3), Jairo Ruiz(Men’s PT4) and Susana Rodríguez (Women’s PT5).

In the Junior race, Swiss Delia Sclabas, the youngest of the competitors in Aviles, claimed the crown of World Champion after an astonishing last lap on the race. The 20 km bike flat course was quite tough for her, with British Kate Waugh trying to break the small group and with Madalena Almeida  (POR) following close behind, but with one lap to go Sclabas showed her class on the run to grab the gold medal, stopping the clock in 58:55.

The Men’s Junior race was the perfect set up for UK rising star, Alex Yee, unbeatable in the race segments with Spaniards Alberto González and Javier Lluch finishing second and third, after leaving the pack of during the last segment of the race.


WEBSITES:

triathlon.org 

http://www.duatlonaviles.com/

  

RESULTS: 

Click here for the results


PAST ITU DUATHLON WORLD CHAMPIONS 

        WOMEN                                             MEN   

2015 Adelaide ITU Duathlon World Championships 
Emma Pallant (GBR)                       Emilio Martin (ESP)
2014 Pontevedra ITU Duathlon World Championships
Sandra Levenez (FRA)                  Benoit Nicolas (FRA)
2013 Cali World Games

Ai Ueda (JPN)                                       Rob Woesenborghs (BEL)

2012 Nancy ITU Duathlon World Championships

Felicity Sheedy-Ryan (AUS)                       Emilio Martin (ESP)

2011 Gijon ITU Duathlon World Championships

Katie Hewison (GBR)                                Roger Roca Dalmau (ESP) 

2010 Edinburgh ITU Duathlon World Championships

Catriona Morrison (GBR)                            Bart Aernouts (BEL)

2009 Concord ITU Duathlon World Championships

Vendula Frintova (CZE)                            Jarrod Shoemaker (USA) 

2008 Rimini ITU Duathlon World Championships

Vanessa Fernandes (POR)                         Rob Woestenborghs (BEL)

2007 Gyor ITU Duathlon World Championships

Vanessa Fernandes (POR)                         Paul Amey (GBR)

2006 Corner Brook ITU Duathlon World Championships

Catriona Morrison (GBR)                              Leon Griffin (AUS)

2005 Newcastle ITU Duathlon World Championships

Michelle Dillon (GBR)                                     Paul Amey (GBR)

2004 Geel ITU Duathlon World Championships

Erika Csomor (HUN)                                     Benny Vansteelant (BEL) 

2003 Affoltern ITU Duathlon World Championships

 Edwidge Pitel (FRA)                                     Benny Vansteelant (BEL)

2001 Rimini ITU Duathlon World Championships

Erika Csomor (HUN)                                    Benny Vansteelant (BEL) 

1992 Frankfurt ITU Duathlon World Championships

Jenny Alcorn (AUS)                                      Matthew Brick (NZL)