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In pictures: Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 gallery

Challenge Mallorca 2022 in pictures, specifically from behind the lens of José Luis Hourcade - relive the story of Saturday's races.

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The Balearic island of Mallorca saw the final race of the 2022 Challenge Family European season on Saturday, at Challenge Paguera-Mallorca.

The victories there went to Jonathan Wayaffe (BEL) and Imogen Simmonds (SUI), and you can find the full report on that HERE.

Following up on that report – and with great thanks to regular contributor José Luis Hourcade (www.joseluishourcade.com) – we can bring you the story of the race in pictures.

Challenge Mallorca 2022 – via the lens of José Luis Hourcade

Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Imogen Simmonds looks on, pre-race
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
“I think it’s that way…”
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Pro Men get under way
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Fenella Langridge straight to the front
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Swim exit
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Swimming or flying?
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Pro women through the waves
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Tom Bishop and Pablo Dapena Gonzalez
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Fenella Langridge exited the swim with Sara Perez Sala
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Langridge leading the way on the bike
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Sara Perez Sala early in the bike
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Sights from the bike course
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Plenty of support on the road
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Lukas Kocar broke clear on the bike, along with Rico Bogen
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Great Britain’s Tom Bishop riding well – despite a crash
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Imogen Simmonds took the lead midway through the bike
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
The distinctive KU Cycle bike of Rico Bogen
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
A week after Kona, Fenella secured the $25k Challenge Family World Bonus
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Jonathan Wayaffe would run to victory late on
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
A perfect race and holiday location
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Tom Bishop led late on in the run
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
First off the bike, but Bogen would fade on the run
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Great Britain’s Lucy Byram on the way to fourth place
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Imogen Simmonds was in control on the run
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Fenella on the run
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Anne Reischmann made it a hep sports team one-two
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Jonathan Wayaffe takes the win
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Pro Men podium: Jonathan Wayaffe (BEL), Andrea Pizzeghella (ITA), Thomas Bishop (GBR)
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Imogen Simmonds takes the win
Challenge Peguera-Mallorca 2022 (Photo Credit: Jose Luis Hourcade)
Pro Women podium: Imogen Simmonds (SUI), Anne Reischmann (GER), Fenella Langridge (GBR)
John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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