After a bright start to the season on the circuit Wolrd Ultra Trail Tour, Nuria Spades has decided to modify the schedule to fit in the competition.
The athlete will participate in the TNF Australia 100 detriment of transvulcania to try to track the lead circuit.
"I feel fine physically, but my head tells me I have to leave my body to rest focus on testing the Ultra Trail World Tour since this was the goal that I had proposed in early season. I prefer, therefore, not to force these commitments and prepare well, "said Nuria Picas
Nuria Picas, club members Berga Resort could not do better in this season in mountain races.
Although the test in the Canary Islands was one of the races where I wanted to participate, sink not being recovered at 100% face it having raced two weeks ago, the Ultra Trail Mount Fuji:: "I feel fine physically, but my head tells me I have to leave my body to rest focus on testing the Ultra Trail World Tour since this was the goal I had set at the beginning of season . I prefer, therefore, not to force these commitments and prepare well"
The next event that has marked the calendar Spades is TNF Australia 100, a 100km test to be held in the area of the Blue Mountains, near Sydney. Although at first the athlete had planned to participate in the Lavaredo Ultra Trail has decided to focus on the Australian event. Thus, if a good result obtained in the test well on track Spades would win at this circuit, and could focus in the coming months in the preparation of other races also motivate
According commented "I decided to participate the next race circuit to try and track racing. The race is here two weeks and I do not want to risk me to participate in the transvulcania not jeopardize the recovery. I regret not being able to Palma because it is a proof that I take to heart and where I've always felt very comfortable, but this year I have a clear objective and I have to fight to get it"
If you exceed the Australian test successfully Spades hopes to participate in other tests throughout the season, as the Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc Ultra or the Pyrenees.
Photos and text: Press Nuria Picas