Javier Garrido and Irina Santacreu the best in the 'III Crossing La Mar de Dénia'

02 September 2015 - 00: 01

Swimmer, Javier Garrido belonging to C. Triatló Oliva was the best in the III Crossing The Sea Denia who organized the Centro Deportivo Dénia. Garrido was the first to cross the finish line after having covered the test 1.500 meters. His time was 20 14 minutes and seconds.

Javier Garrido and Alejandro Lopéz Javi Cabanilles

The second of the swimmers to reach the goal was Javier Cabanilles CA Safor which employed a record 20 17 minutes and seconds. The third place went to Alejandro López C. Ferca Swimming entered a second Cabanilles.

In women the best was the junior swimmer Irina Santacreu Swimming Club Calp who came to finish with a mark of 22 23 minutes and seconds. The second place went to Sara Molina CA Safor with a time of 22 44 minutes and seconds. The third was classified Tamara C. Climent Ondara Tri-Esport with a record of 25 12 minutes and seconds.

This cruise was the third scoring for open water circuit of the Marina Alta organized by the CEMA, there was a participation of about 200 swimmers in testing for seniors. Councilwoman Dianense sports, Marián Tamarit It was responsible for carrying out the delivery of trophies.

Results by Categories

Junior Female

Irina 1ª Santacreu

Junior Male

1º Julio García

23 Sub Female

1ª Triana Value
2ª Mª Tere Montes

Sub Male 23

1º Javier Garrido
2º Carlos Salort
3º Pablo Martínez

Senior women

1ª María Mena

Senior male

1º Alejandro López
Alejandro Blanco 2º
3º Lauren Barrios

Master 30 Female

1ª Sara Molina
Tamara 2ª Climent
3ª Helena Gil

Male Master 30

1º Juan Paredes
José Luis Aguado 2º
3º Aitor Bisquert

Master 40 Female
1ª Mónica Cardete
2ª Susana Albelda
Amparo 3ª Trillo

Male Master 40

1º Javier Cabanilles
2º Enrique Segarra
3º Esteban Fernández

Male Master 50

1º Manuel Farrona
2º Andrés Martin
3º Marcos Castella

master Plus

1º Joop Draaisma
2º Fernando Martín
3º Ignacio Blanco

In the lower grades were thirty children what they took to the sea to swim 200 meters in prebenjamín categories and Benjamin. The remaining lower grades swam 800 meters.

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