Guerrero was the favorite in 800, where he barely found resistance to prevail with a record of 2: 06.23, with the silver for Victoria Sauleda from Barcelona (2: 06.71), and he still had the strength for minutes later to prevail in the ‘milqui’.

There, the Catalan was ready to live a nice duel with the Galician Solange Pereire and that’s how it was. In a slow race at the beginning, Guerrero took responsibility in the absence of 500 meters and although he met the resistance of his rival, his end was devastating and he won his second gold with a time of 4: 23.47, for the 4: 25.39 of Pereira, signing a double that had not been achieved since 1976 and that until then only Coro Fuentes and Carmen Valero had achieved.

In the men’s midfield, the 1,500 crowned the Sevillian Kevin López, who revalidated his title with a tremendous race that dominated with authority in the last 750 m. The Andalusian won with a time of 3: 44.48, ahead of Ignacio Fontes (3: 44.96) and Jesús Gómez from Burgos (3: 45.15).

In the 800s, the victory went to the Murcian Mariano García, who also reissued his 2019 title with a record of 1: 47.55 and after coming back in the final meters to the Salamanca-based Álvaro de Arriba, also surpassed at the end by the Alicante-born Javier Mirón.

The one who could not do a double was Fernando Carro, winner on Saturday of the 3,000 obstacles, but who could only be third in the competitive 5,000, where the gold went to Abdessamad Oukhelfen with 13: 47.26, ahead of Ouassim Oumaiz (13: 48.08 ) and Madrid (13: 49.88).

In addition, Álvaro Martín was the champion in the 10,000 meter walk (41: 42.59), the young Bernat Erta in the 400 m (46.19), Javier Delgado in the 400 mv (50.59), Daniel Rodríguez in the 200 m (21.08), Asier Martínez in 110 mv (13.83), Javier Cienfuegos in hammer (74.92) and Carlos Tobalina in weight (18.83).

In the women’s events, Irene Sánchez-Escribano also did not get off the throne of the 3,000 meter hurdles with the best Spanish brand of the year (9: 48.57), while Andrea San José was the pole champion (4.32 m), Elba Parmo in the 100 mv (13.68), Andrea Jiménez in the 400 m (53.64), Arantza Moreno in javelin (55.83), Sara Gallego in 400 mv (57.17), Jaël Bestué in the 200 mv (23.60) and Paula Ferrándiz in disk (50.64 ).

Finally, Playas de Castellón won the 4×400 female relays and the 4×100 male and female, while Real Sociedad won the 4×400 male. Bruno Comín won the decathlon with 7,303 points and

The Cantabrian Bruno Comín was the winner of the decathlon with 7,303 points, and Claudia Conte of the heptathlon with 5,891 points.