HAVANA, SEPTEMBER 3 (ACN) Cuban Jorge Ulises Calzada achieved his best international result by finishing sixth today in the PTS5 class at Indra World Cup Paratriathlonin Portugal.
Calzada clocked 1:16:31 hours, in a 780m swim paratriathlon, three laps of 6200m by bike and a 5km race.
. official website world triathlonThe sport’s governing organization, recorded previous results for the Cuban placing 16th in the World Cup in Swansea, on August 6 in the United Kingdom; He placed 15th among the 75 Para athletes in the Men’s Open category of the Pan American Cup and Ibero-American Championships on February 13, 2016 in Havana and ranked 32 in the World Triathlon Grand Final on September 13, 2013 in London.
Additionally, Calzada won the Sprint National Championship on May 29, which earned him 150.00 points for the world standings, 170.80 points were added to his performance at Swansea, for a total of 320.80.
The Cuban is 35th in the PTS5 class standings, but should improve after an update with today’s stats in Alhandra.
For Latin America, only three Brazilians and one Mexican appeared on the world list ahead of Calzada, who was the only Latin American in his class today at the Portuguese port city Mundial.
The top goal for the Caribbean is to add positive entries and points with the desire to qualify for the Paris 2024 Paralympic Games, a dream that is difficult to achieve, but not impossible.
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