Mireia Belmonte Shrugs Off Shoulder Woe To Claim 5km Worlds Berth With Villaécija

Mireia Belmonte by Patrick B. Kraemer

Mireia Belmonte, setting aside the shoulder niggles that put her out of the Mare Nostrum tour two weeks ago, is set to repeat her competition pattern of 2014 by taking a shot at the podium in both open water and pool racing come world titles in August; Erika Villaecija and Belmonte split by 0.02 in 5km Banyoles battle

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Mireia Belmonte, setting aside the shoulder niggles that put her out of the Mare Nostrum tour two weeks ago, is set to repeat her competition pattern of 2014 by taking a shot at the podium in both open water and pool racing come world titles in August; Erika Villaecija and Belmonte split by 0.02 in 5km Banyoles battle

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