2016-07-17

Jan Frodeno has “caught fire”

Foto: TEAMCHALLENGE

 

Jan Frodeno has “caught fire”
From the beginning he has taken course on the world record

 

Jan Frodeno has taken course on the world record. The German athlete came out of the water after 45:22 minutes, with over a 100m distance in front of his fellow competitors, Nick Kastelein and last year’s winner Nils Frommhold

The exceptional triathlete determined the race from the beginning. He was able to distance himself from his competitors even before the turnabout. Frodenos training partner, Nick Kastelein, who absolved the 3.8 km swim in 46:57, came out of the water second. Nils Frommhold, DATEV Challenge Roth Champion in 2015, required two seconds more for the first discipline.

In the women’s field, world champion, Daniele Ryf did not miss out on keeping the distance. She swam an entire six minutes ahead of her fellow competitors, Michelle Vesterby (54:00), local athlete, Anja Beranek (54:01) and Carrie Lester (54:21). Last years, DATEV Challenge Roth woman champion, Yvonne van Vlerken, finished the swim with a time of 56:43 before hitting the bike route.

 

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