This is a great first for the Mets who have never hosted a Grand Prix. In the Saint-Amandois tribe of Thrissur, the selection is practically the same as in Dunkirk in the first instance.
Emily Dorres, who has been loyal to the club since 2015, will captain the team, which includes Irishman Orla Walsh, Spanish Ana Mariblanca-Juanas, Maltese Danica Bonello-Spiteri and Austrian Pia Toching (21). For those who can attend the 2020 Grand Prix in Queberland and the 2020 Grand Prix and two newcomers.
Trisud made a respectable debut in the first round of the French Championship
Health limitations still do not allow for further strengthening from the Belgian Cato Cashiers or the three Englishmen Rosie Allen, Annabel Morton and Antonia Jabb. Emma Varga of Sweden is injured. Pia Touching replaces the Charlotte Retiff-Chillet, which is individually lined up to study at a higher level.
Flat and rolling course
The goal this time is to complete the race in the best possible way. Thirteen of the 16 teams in Dunkirk (Walsh 44, Mariblanca-Juanas 52, Bonello-Spittery 59), Trisud is aiming for 10th place this time. “If we put three girls in 30th place, that’s possible. Last year in Queberone, Pia (Toothache) The only Grand Prix winner in 2020 due to Kovid was ranked 34th. I trust her, especially since she is good at swimming. Orla (Walsh), She had a good cycle in Dunkirk and led the second Peloton, ”encourages John Vinewrite.
The entire course, 750m swimming in one hand by Mozel, 20km and 5km running of the bike course is straight and flat, so very rolling. As the next Olympic Games in Tokyo approach, things need to go faster, especially with the best triathletes in the world and sharp fronts. The race can be followed live on the Facebook and YouTube pages of the French Triathlon Federation.
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