Spain’s Javier Gomez cheap oakleys Noya has officially confirmed his status as a machine. Just one week after winning his fourth career ITU World Championship at the Olympic distance in Edmonton, Canada, the Spaniard took home the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship as well in Mont-Tremblant. And his competition didn’t make it easy on him. He had to beat Olympic Champion Jan Frodeno and as well as defending champion and fellow German, Sebastian Kienle.
Gomez Noya battled back from an early race deficit to overcome the two Germans finishing 42 seconds ahead of Frodeno, who finished second. Great Britain’s Tim Don came in third making it a clean Oakley sweep on this year’s men’s podium. All of the men in the top ten of cheapest oakleys this year’s race finished impressively within ten minutes of each other. Gomez Noya posted a winning time of 3:41:30 in Quebec.
In a sport that has been dominated by a certain South African, Greg Minnaar as of late, Gee Atherton returned to the top of the podium during the 2014 UCI Mountain Bike Downhill World Championship in Hafjell, Norway. The Brit finished the Elite Men’s Final in a time of 3:23.769 with only four riders to go after him, including the defending champion, Minnaar.
British teammate Josh Bryceland was also one of those riders to follow. “Ratboy Bryce” looked like he was going to top Atherton when he a slid out, causing him to lose valuable time. With Minnaar also having a rough ride, Atherton was able to secure his second career Downhill World Championship, just ahead of Bryceland.
“Any season you win a world championships in is going to be a good one, hasn’t sunk in yet but I am absolutely over the moon.” Atherton said.
Troy Brosnan of Australia rounded out discount oakleys the podium. Atherton, Bryceland and Brosnan all finished within a close 0.566 seconds of each other.
On what was a crazy day filled with thrills and spills, we saw a new World Champion crowned and Atherton couldn’t have been more thrilled to have his stripes back.