Adam Bodin Champion of Championship Championship Championship, held yesterday under His Highness Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Prince of Dubai and Chairman of Dubai Sports Council, to Umm Suqeim Beach Jumeirah Road Participating more than 2,500 athletes and athletes representing more than 100 countries of all nationalities and ages for men and women.
Vice Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, Vice Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, Mattar Al Tayer, honored the fourth edition winners with Dubai Secretary General of the Dubai Sports Council, Judge Saw Hareb, Deputy Secretary General of the Dubai Sports Council, Nasser Al-Rahm, President of the Emirates Triathlon Federation Khalid Al Fahim; El Haj director's tournament.
The race was 113 km long with 1.9 km of swimming competitions, 90 km of cycling and 21.1 km of racing.
Buden won the race at 3:40:11, while Bartick Nelson came second at 3:42:50 and 3:47:05 on Wednesday, Frenchman Sebastien Friese finished. Time 3:47:32 hours.
In the British competition, British Holly Lawrence was able to win the title after 4:00:04 hours, 9:39 hours for the fourth time at 4:14:34 for the 4th of 14th of October.
"I've made extensive preparations and quickly adapted to the conditions of the race because I know Dubai well," he said. "I use my experience to spread my energy at all stages of the race and finish the gold medal for the first time in Dubai. It's a wonderful achievement.
"The competition was strong among professional triathlon champions," he said. "I had ambitious cycling due to the wind in some open areas, but the success was well prepared. We had this wonderful atmosphere and beautiful weather.
The race started at. 7:00 with the ability to swim from Borg El Arab to the championship village behind Um Suqeim Park, and every rider rises quickly from a swimsuit and 90 km from the village of Al Qudra to the Marmum Protected Area and to go to the final point of the championship village which was decorated with the slogans of tolerance and the celebration of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President of the UAE and Deputy Governor of Dubai. Home », and provide recreation area fans in recent meters competitions work to encourage players to encourage them.
Most of the shots were painted on each finish line when one of the runners gave the wedding ring to their daughters, applause and bride's approval.