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Thursday, November 8, 2018

2nd Stage Of 2nd Edition Of Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas

Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas 2018 from Atlantic Extrem Sports.

Courtesy of Beatriz Alvariño, Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas, Spain.

The second stage of the second edition of the 57 km Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas will be held on September 8th 2019, a 19 km swim from the Isla de Sálvora to the Confín beach in O Grove. The third stage is a 23 km race in the Ría de Pontevedra from Ons to Combarro (Poio) in 2020.

The first stage of the Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas was held in Baiona from Cíes to Baiona on September 8th 2018 where 137 swimmers out of 152 starters finished the 15 km course.

Triple Corona Illas Atlánticas First Edition Results:
1. Hugo Ribeiro 12:31:22
2. Marc Ciurana Roca 13:21:15
3. Alberto Taboada Vila 13:46:23
4. Rebeca Santos Arriaga 13:47:36
5. Fernando Téllez Echeandía 15:06:30
6. Eduardo Porset Llantada 15:59:55
7. Rudy Carlos Palamedi Camplani 16:21:23
8. Mario Fernández Gorgojo 16:22:10
9. Adrián Campaña Barros 16:36:11
10. Alberto Pérez Díaz 16:41:16
11. Íñigo Olivares Basáñez 16:52:06
12. Carlos Antonio Rodríguez Faraldos 17:05:39
13. Daniel López Díaz 17:16:19
14. Marcos Badallo Prieto 17:19:45
15. Eugenio Fuentes Fernández 17:23:38
16. Juan Miguel Fins Seoane 17:26:51
17. Josep Cid Valls 17:28:51
18. Ramón Vázquez Otero 17:30:23
19. Pablo M. Carro Suárez 17:34:40
20. José Carlos Andrés Iglesias 17:47:40
21. Borja Varela Garrido 18:04:45
22. Miguel Ángel Navarro Martínez 18:26:35
23. Juan Manuel Balsera Cuesta 18:53:54
24. Roberto Carlos Mouriño 19:12:47
25. Albert Gallardo Sinúes 19:19:11
26. André Luiz Gomes de Macedo 19:23:16
27. Ángela Díaz García 19:27:38
28. Jesús Francisco Gómez Santos 19:37:20
29. Fabián Sandá Hermida 19:48:12
30. Eduardo Vera Martínez 19:58:42
31. Javier Sendín Medina 20:03:36
32. Raúl Martínez González 20:08:09
33. Jacob Saborido Mellado 20:10:14
34. Manuel Antonio Rodríguez Yáñez 20:17:23
35. Bruno Vázquez Álvarez 20:21:03
36. Maxi Alonso de la Campa 20:23:23
37. Adolfo Fernández González 20:36:03
38. Andrés Sobrido Troncoso 20:21:27
39. Bernardo Sobrido Troncoso 20:38:39
40. Belarmino Pérez Álvarez 20:53:16
41. Ángel Luis Cubas Méndez 20:54:12
42. José Manuel Vázquez Varela 21:01:07
43. Javier Cruces Fernández 21:01:59
44. José Carlos González Pereira 21:07.31
45. Manuel de Castro García 21:07:51
46. Álvaro Maldonado Esteban 21:11:26
47. Hugo Barros Feteira 21:22:49
48. Juan Ramón Martínez Saíñas 21:30:19
49. Santiago Lamelas Torrijos 21:45:44
50. José Manuel Prado Martínez 22:50:58
51. Miguel Torres Otero 22:50:58
52. David Fernández-Testa Barreiro 23:03:37
53. Manuel Cruces Vergara 23:04:29
54. Miren Agurtzane Domingo 23:24:16

For more information, visit www.triplecoronaillasatlanticas.com.

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