Aviles will host the 2021 World Triathlon Duathlon Championships in November

by Olalla Cernuda on 26 Jun, 2021 01:09 • Español
Aviles will host the 2021 World Triathlon Duathlon Championships in November

World Triathlon is pleased to announce that the Spanish city of Aviles will host on November 6-7 the 2021 World Triathlon Duathlon Championships, an event that was due to take place in Almere (Amsterdam) but had to be rescheduled and moved to a different location due to the covid restrictions in the Netherlands. Aviles will play host not only to the elite, U23 and Junior races, but also de Age-Group Duathlon World Championships.

Aviles will repeat as host of the Duathlon World Championships, after a successful event in 2016, where Richard Murray (RSA) and Emma Pallant (GBR) were crowned duathlon world champions. It is the 6th time that a Spanish city plays host to the World Triathlon Duathlon Championships, after Gernika (1997), Gijon (2011), Pontevedra (2014), Aviles (2016) and Pontevedra (2019).

“We are extremely pleased to return to Aviles for what I am absolutely sure that it will be a magnificent event”, said World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “The city of Aviles is perfect for an event like this one, always ready to welcome athletes from all around the world. I want to express all our gratitude to the Major, Marivi Monteserin and the Spanish Federation, for stepping up and show their willingness to host this event in these complicated times so that all athletes can enjoy the Duathlon world championships this year”, she said.

The event will be run under strict COVD guidelines approved by the Spanish Federation and World Triathlon, and more details of the calendar, distances and registration process will be announced in the next weeks.

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06 - 07 Nov, 2021 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Nathan Guerbeur FRA 01:45:28
2. Maxime Hueber-Moosbrugger FRA 01:45:34
3. Arnaud Dely BEL 01:45:53
4. Vincent Bierinckx BEL 01:46:08
5. Angelo Vandecasteele BEL 01:46:24
Results: Elite Women
1. Joselyn Daniely Brea Abreu TRI 02:00:19
2. Ai Ueda JPN 02:00:30
3. Marion Legrand FRA 02:00:41
4. Guadalupe Jazmin Aguilar Corona MEX 02:00:51
5. Melanie Maurer SUI 02:00:56
Results: U23 Men
1. Stef Corthouts BEL 01:48:01
2. Joan Wäger Pons ESP 01:48:21
3. Victor Emmanuel Zambrano Gonzalez MEX 01:48:24
4. Thomas Cremers NED 01:49:58
5. Andrea Alagona SUI 01:50:28
Results: U23 Women
3. Marina Muñoz Hernando ESP 02:07:36
2. Laura Swannet BEL 02:06:01
1. Luisa Daniela Baca Vargas MEX 02:01:38
Results: Junior Men
1. Ben Cumberland GBR 00:50:23
2. Wout Ghielens BEL 00:50:35
3. Simon Martin BEL 00:50:42
4. Alberto Bartolomeo Demarchi ITA 00:50:51
5. Martin Oldenhove BEL 00:50:54
Results: Junior Women
1. Monika Bartol SLO 00:58:33
2. Maja Wąsik POL 00:59:23
3. Eleonora Demarchi ITA 00:59:59
4. Dominika Peszleg HUN 01:01:06
5. Rachele Laschi ITA 01:01:45
Results: PTWC Men
2. Manuel Afonso Betancor H2 ESP 01:15:54
1. Jose Cristobal Ramos Jimenez H1 ESP 01:01:58
Results: PTS2 Men
1. Geoffrey Wersy FRA 01:13:59
2. Diego Alfonso Lares MEX 01:23:25
Results: PTS3 Men
1. Kini Carrasco ESP 01:16:13
Results: PTS4 Men
1. Francisco Jesus San Martin Nemesio ESP 01:22:38
2. Adrian Howden GBR 01:24:14
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