Monthly Archives: October 2017

September, prelude to a season finale !

The second half of September witnessed other huge performances from Compressport`s Team partners and proves again, if need be, that compression clothing has got its say in the various achievements, be it on trail tracks or during triathlon runs. A tremendous performance on the UTMB 2017 with 3 athletes in the top 10 and a World Champion Title for the one and only Javier Gomez Noya had already set the pace for a memorable month, before we enter the final straight of the season.

Mauricio MENDEZ becomes XTERRA Pan American Champion

Hosted in Utah`s Ogden Snowbasin, the 14th edition of the Pan American Championships offered Mauricio MENDEZ a precious win on his favourite dirt track.

mendez mauricio 824x400He was 1st to exit the water; on the bike he let no chance to his immediate followers and he broke the finish line first after his 10 km run. He was proclaimed winner at 2:22:50 on the chrono!

Cameron DYE wins the Lake Geneva Triathlon

The 6th Annual edition of the Wisconsin triathlon was held in the small lakeside village of Williams Bay with a particularity: a field of professional triathletes and a cash prize of $20000!

cameron-dye-824x400Across the scenic views and rolling hills, our Cameron DYE from Boulder was back in action after struggling in Beijing earlier in the month in a race where nothing went as expected. So winning the Lake Geneva was a spirit-lifting moment for our partner who stopped the chrono at 1:51:26 after a 300m swim, a 13.1 mile bike and a 1.5 mile run.

Lisa Roberts wins Challenge Madrid

Challenging indeed was this Spanish`s full distance race or Lisa Roberts, who after a 3rd place at the Challenge Davos, wanted to prove that she was in superb form. In spite of a 7th place after the swim run, Lisa did not give up.

Lisa-RobertsOn the bike she managed her way to the pole position and never let go of her lead, claiming the fastest bike and run splits of the event. She crossed the finish line with 13 minutes ahead of the runner-up.

It takes only Kilimanjaro`s summit for Fernanda MACIEL to break a record!

The previous record was German Anne Marie Flammersfeld`s, back in 2015 at 8:32. And since then our Brazilian partner had this big goal: break that already fantastic record and make history!

Fernanda-Maciel-824x400After some days of training and acclimatation she set off for the 1670-meter ascent and reached the summit after 7 hours and 8 minutes of climbing. 3 hours later she was back down, thus claiming the shortest total route time in Tanzania history. Fernanda now focuses on her next challenge: the Diagonale des Fous in Reunion Island.