Álvaro Osans stays one step away from the team’s podium at the World Mountain Rally Championship
The Aragonese plenum at the World Mountain Championships in Chiang Mai (Thailand) was just short of complete. After Virginia Perez won the team’s gold medal in Saturday’s running test, Marcos Ramos did the same with bronze in the Ultra race.he isAnd the On Sunday on the final day of the competition, Alvaro Osans had to settle for fourth place with the quartet that represented Spain in the Up and Down Under-20 race. Jaqués, in 21st place, completed the six-kilometre course with a vertical drop of 228 meters in 24:50 minutes.
The test had a quick exit in it Soon, the Ugandan actors, who ended up taking the top four, took the lead. The first European was the British Finlay Grant, the fifth, and after him the sixth, the Spaniard Fabian Venero. Marcos Villamoira was 12th and Jan Torella, 23, was very close to Osans.
In the team classification, Uganda was the best with six points, France, 33, and Great Britain, 34, on the podium. Spain that appeared After runner-up in Europe, in which Osans was also present, added 39. The continental competition held in La Palma, and the event in Thailand were the first two international experiences for the national champion in his category. He did not reach the second in the best of conditions after a fall on a bicycle injured him in the knee.
the totalThe Spanish team won seven medals in Thailand To which must be added twenty final positions, eleven individuals and nine teams. The Royal Spanish Athletics Federation described the results as a “great victory”. To the podiums in which Aragon has run, we must add the bronzes for the Spanish team and Alex Garcia in climb mode on Friday, the silver for the women’s trail running team and the bronze for one of its components, Gemma Arenas, on Saturday and second place in the men’s absolute up and down this Sunday.
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