• Spain’s Javier Gomez Noya Splits Brownlee Brothers With Second Place Finish in London


    Posted almost 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Going into the Men’s Triathlon in London, Alistair Brownlee of Great Britain was expected to be the victor before the race even began. His main forms of completion – his younger brother Jonathan and Javier Gomez Noya of Spain. The two Brits and the Spaniard, Gomez, led together virtually the entire race, separating themselves from the rest of the pack during 43km cycle. It wasn’t until the closing section of the run that Alistair was able to kick away from Gomez, eventually claiming the victory. Brownlee finished 11 seconds before Gomez, due to some celebrating on the blue carpet with the hometown fans, before crossing the finish line. After serving a late penalty on the run, younger brother Jonathan came across almost 30 seconds behind the Spaniard for third place.

  • Runner’s High: Javier Gomez Noya Runs His Way To Third European Championship


    Posted about 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Triathletes are some of the most amazing specimens on the planet. Challenging their bodies to a swim, bike ride and run, these athletes are tested both mentally and physically while strategically making their way to a grueling finish. Oakley’s Javier Gomez Noya proved that he is the ultimate surgeon when it comes to precision in navigating a tough triathlon course. On a hot, windy day in Eilat, Israel, the Spaniard overcame a massive deficit to run his way to his third European Championship at the 2012 Eilat ETU Triathlon European Championship.

  • Javier Gomez Triumphs At Nautica South Beach Triathlon of Miami

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    Posted over 2 years ago by John Ohail

    Oakley Triathlete Javier Gomez took the top spot on the podium at the 2012 Nautica South Beach Triathlon of Miami on a warm humid day. With water temperatures registering 75 degrees at race time, Gomez was out of the water second. Clocking in with a bike time of 53:12, he made up some ground on the relatively flat, out and back course. Gomez ultimately took the lead during the run where no one could touch him, running a race-best 31:24 split.

Javier Gomez Noya


Whatever you want to get in your life, just work hard like hell. And when you think you´ve worked hard enough then go out and work a bit more.

Date of Birth:
March 25, 1983
Pontevedra, Spain
Specialized, Champion System, Zoot, Suunto, Powerade, Hed, Mulebar
Travelling, hang out with friends

Career Highlights

    • 2 x World Champion (2008, 2010)
    • 2 x European Champion (2007, 2009)
    • 15 x World Cup Wins
    • 4 x Spanish Champion (2006, 2009, 2010, 2011)
    • US Open Champion, Dallas (2011)
    • 2012: Silver - Olympic Games - London
    • 2012 - 1st - ITU Grand Final - Auckland
    • 2013 - Half Distance Triathlon European Championship