The Argentinean Romina Biagioli and Turkish Aurelien Lescure prevailed in the Salinas CAMTRI Cup, Ecuador.

The first to leave swimming was the Chilean Macarena Salazar, who led the whole stage, followed by Lorena Erazo, Biagioli and Elizabeth Bravo.
Biagioli then escaped with Salazar, athree minutes behind Bravo and Erazo.

In the second transition, Biagioli and Salazar joined together, and then the race was one of Argentina.

But Bravo got back approach Salazar, in an impressive run that was the best time of the race.

The podium finally integrated by Biagioli, Salazar and third Ecuadorian Bravo.

Women’s race had a special attachment, because the points are very important in the qualifying race for Rio Games.

In men, Renze Postma from Aruba came first water, followed by Matute from Ecuador, Bedirian of Argentina, Andrade of Ecuador, Rubio Moya and Colombia and Turkey Lescure. But back out the American Lutz, Ulloa of Chile, Cabascango of Ecuador and Ubilla of Chile.

The first pack seven athletes managed to open a gap with his pursuers, and took the lead of the competition.
Matute was the first to enter the transition, marking the second best part of cycling.

The run was a dispute between Andrade and Lescure. But it was the Turk who managed to separate the Ecuadorian missing three hundred meters, and also won the test.

Andrade was second and third Colombian Rubio.
It was also a great achievement of the Ecuadorian Federation of Triathlon, which made a great effort to make this competition, despite the tragedy that took place in the country ten days before.

The competition served to prepare the venue and the team that will be in the Salinas ITU World Cup in September.

The next competition will be the World Cup Huatulco, Mexico, and the Continental Cup Ixtapa, Mexico, on May 21.