The Ecuadorean stood out in the competition held in Mexico and was the best among the Latin athletes.
The Ecuadorean Elizabeth Bravo He ranked fourth, and first among competitors in Latin America, during Triathlon World Cup carried out in the Mexican population Santa Maria Huatulco, last Saturday.
The triathlon has been passed Lisa BertrierAnd the from AustriaWhich ranked third. Kirsten KasperAnd the From the United States of America, Second; and danish Alberti ChiarWho was the winner of the test.
“On time, great result, Qualify for the Olympics directly, not because of the new science, it was a huge success Ecuadorean Triathlon Federation, Example. This is the result of competitions organized in Ecuador in the past. We hope that the country will recover soon and be able to return there. enjoy now” Marisol Casado, President of the World Triathlon FederationTo the head of this sport in Ecuador, Julio Ramirez.
In the swimming event, where runners had to complete 750 meters of open water, The Ecuadorean set a record of 11 minutes and 4 seconds to finish 42nd.
Ecuadorean Elizabeth Bravo was the best-rated Latin American as she finished fourth at the Triathlon World Cup in Huatulco, Mexico. pic.twitter.com/i6fWJZtcLf
– Territorio score (Territorioscore) June 13, 2021
In the transition period (T1) to complete 20 kilometers of cycling, cuencana had one of the highest times, with 1 minute and 3 seconds, When other competitors approached the minute; However, Elizabeth put through the test all her experience and recovered ends first, with a time of 31 minutes and 25 seconds.
When Elizabeth is getting ready to complete her 5km run, leave her bike, change her shoes and start the last test, she only needs 25 seconds (T2), one of the lowest records in the group. one more time Experience and international preparation They allowed the Ecuadorean to get into the second box with a time of 16 minutes and 54 seconds.
“What a way to close the Olympic qualifiers, I’m officially in my 3rd Olympics Staying with the Chocolate Medal, fourth place in the World Cup in Huatulco. Despite the very high humidity (conditions very similar to the ones we would live in in Tokyo) I had excellent feel in all three tests, with a terrible T2 (test change) that left me out fighting for Platformazuaya wrote on his Facebook account.
“Thank you to my coach Francisco Tirado Vega for all the support and making this dream possible again. Thanks to all who made it possible for me to compete for my country in such difficult times,” concluded the Ecuadorean
The final places according to the cumulative time of the top ten are:
- 1. Alberti Kejer, Denmark: 1 hour 24 seconds
- 2. Kirsten Kasper – United States: 1 hour 36 seconds
- 3. Lisa Perterer from Austria: 1 hour 37 seconds
- 4. Elizabeth Bravo of Ecuador: 1 hour 51 seconds
- 5. Emily Kretz, Canada: 1 hour 57 seconds
- 6. Erica Akerlund, United States: 1 hour, 1 minute, 1 second
- 7. Anastasia Gorbunova (Russia): 1 hour, 1 minute, 4 seconds
- 8. Nina Kishimoto, Japan: 1 hour, 1 minute, 6 seconds
- 9. Renee Tomlin, United States: 1 hour, 1 minute, 17 seconds
- 10. Dominica Jamnicki, Canada: 1 hour, 1 minute, 21 seconds