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Teams gear up for European Games mixed relay debut

A total of 16 teams will compete in a short and fast mixed relay in Krakow this Saturday in the first appearance of the thrilling competition format at the European Games. The combination of young talent and experienced athletes will give it their all at Lake Nova Huta to the great delight of spectators and fans alike, showing once again that this fast race is always worth watching.

Four team members will each compete in a 300m swim at Huva Lake, followed by a 5km bike track that replicates the athlete’s individual race track product, then run around the lake and catch up with teammates. Although the final team line-up will not be revealed until two hours before the start of the race, it is certain that the British team will wear the No. Format.

Barclay Izzard, Sophie Alden, Connor Bentley and Sian Rainsley Rainsley will defend Team GB’s colors and try to end their Olympics with an unattainable medal in the individual events.

Norway will be in the spotlight this Saturday after outstanding performances by Solveigh Lovseth and Vetle Bergsvik Thorn (Norway) to secure two gold medals for their country as they aim to Four Norwegian athletes are on track for a third medal. Even gold if you can. They will also be joined by Lotte Miller and Casper Stornes, putting them in a good position to compete for the medal.

Another team looking for redemption this Saturday is indeed France. Their top athletes will focus on the World Triathlon Championships series and the Paris Test, with Yannis Seguin, Mathilde Gautier, Valentin Molec and Audrey Meyer taking part in the relay game. Both are fast, consistent and know what it means to be on the international podium, so expect some strong displays on the blue carpet in Krakow as well.

Hungary brought some fresh players to the relay, including Zsanett Bragmayer, who flew in from WTCS Montreal just to help the team secure what could be a historic medal in case They did well Saturday. The current all-around world champion is a fast swimmer and runner, but her teammates Gergely Kiss, Gergő Dobi and Márta Kropkó are also strong and reliable.

The Italian team also brought in a combination of young and experienced talent, including Verena Steinhauser, Michele Sarzilla, Angie Angelica Presti and Gianluca Pozzatti, while Spain will feature young athlete David Cantero Del Campo , Sara Guerrero Manso, Alberto Gonzalez Garcia and Cecilia Santamaria Surroca in The red and yellow uniform, trying to bring home a potentially historic medal for them.

The Swiss team will consist of Adrien Briffod, Alissa Konig, Sylvain Fridelance and Nora Gmür, while the German team will consist of four young athletes: Simon Henseleit, Selina Klamt, Jonas Osterholt and Jule Behrens.

Netherlands (Mitch Kolkman, Barbara De Koning, Donald Hillebregt, Marit and Van Den Berg); Czech Republic (Tomas Zikmund, Alzbeta Hruskova, Tomas Kriz Tereza Zimovjanova); Austria (Lukas Pertl , Julia Hauser, Alois Knabl, Sara Vilic); Poland (Michał Oliwa, Magdalena Sudak, Maciej Bruzdziak, Józefina Młynarska), Luxembourg (Gregor Payet, Jeanne Lehair, Lucas Cambresy, Eva Daniels); Slovakia (Peter Rojtas, Margareta Vrablova, Richard Varga, Zuzana Michalickova) and Team Ireland (James Edgar, Erin McConnell, Luke McCarron, Carolyn Hayes) will finish the European Games baking.



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