Djenyfer Arnold running during a triathlon competition. – Reproduction: Instagram Djenyfer Arnold / archive
The Brazilian Djenyfer Arnold
arrive at eighth place of the stadium Triathlon World Cup In
HuatulcoAt Mexico. The competition took place on this Saturday (17) and the winners were the Mexican Anahi Alvarez Corralfeminine and spanish David Castro Fajardo. Again today (18), in Huatulco, we will have the test of the
US Triathlon Mixed Relay Championship.
In the women’s elite, the best Brazilian was Djenyfer Arnold who took 8th place, she cThe race started well, finishing the swim leg among the leaders, but couldn’t keep pace with first place on the bike or in the race, closing in 01:01:28, about a minute after the winner of the race. Giovana Lacerda also represented Brazil in the competition and finished in 49th place, with a time of 01:07:46.
The women’s elite winner was home athlete Anahi Alvarez Corral, who won her first World Cup gold medal, with a time of 01:00:31, surpassing Olympic and world champion Gwen Jorgensen. , of the United States (USA) that she arrives within thirty seconds of the leader and wins the silver. Mexico’s Mercedes Romero Orozco took bronze.
In the men’s elite, the Brazilians did not get good placements. The best placed was Kauê Willy, in 17th position, with a time of 00:55:21, about a minute more than the leader. Antônio Bravo Neto also represented the country and came in 22nd place, with a time of 00:55:40.
The men’s winner was Spaniard David Castro Fajardo, who took gold in a hotly contested race to the final sprint. David Castro closed the race with a time of 00:54:13, one second ahead of Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk, who took silver. Mexican Aram Peñaflor won his first World Cup medal with bronze.
Even today (18), in Huatulco, we will have the America Triathlon Mixed Relay Championship event, with 12 participating teams, representing 8 different countries.
“Evil pop culture fanatic. Extreme bacon geek. Food junkie. Thinker. Hipster-friendly travel nerd. Coffee buff.”