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Sunday, August 20, 2017
Smith Finishes 30th in Switzerland

Tyler Smith competed in the Lausanne ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Smith in a field of 69 starters finished 30th stopping the clock in a time of 57:21.

Smith completed the 750m Swim in a time of 9:13, he came out of the water in a second wave of competitors, but was unable to get in the lead pack of triathletes on the 20km bike as a group got away off the front.

Smith completed the Bike in 29:36 as the field split on the tough Lausanne course.

Smith then clocked a Run time of 17:13 over the 5km distance.
Friday, August 11, 2017
Hawley Happy with performance Despite Setbacks

Following her performance in the Senior Women’s Elite race in the 2017 Malmö European Triathlon Union’s European Sprint Cup Triathlon in Malmo, Sweden, Erica Hawley spoke with www.islandstats.com.

Hawley who was recovering from food poisoning after the race said, “The race went really well and I'm really happy with my result.”

“I had a pretty rocky summer of racing with crashes and injuries so was just happy to have a good race. Going into the race I had only swum 10 days before after taking over a month off due to a shoulder injury so I was nervous on how things would play out,” continued Hawley.

Hawley went on to say, “I still managed to come out with people and bike with a pack so that was good. I'm also happy with how my run was.”

Hawley concluded, “I know that my swim needs to build up again so I will be focusing on that these next couple of months but all in all the race went smoothly.”
Tuesday, August 08, 2017
Olympian Flora Duffy Becomes Bermuda Tourism Ambassador

Reigning ITU World Champion and Bermuda native Flora Duffy has been announced as a Tourism Ambassador through a new partnership with the Bermuda Tourism Authority. The agreement positions Flora to showcase her home country as host of the International Triathlon Union’s World Series events in 2018, 2019 and 2020 – and builds upon Bermuda’s reputation as a world-class training and events destination.

“It’s always been my dream to race at home, and thrilled it’s now going to be a reality. Bermuda is my home, and I invite Triathletes around the world to join me out here to compete and play on our island set apart by its location and way of life,” Flora said. “To swim in our crystal blue waters, bike our winding roads and run our picturesque streets lined with Bermudians and visitors will prove to be a bucket list experience for any athlete – particularly me! I’m excited to help promote my Bermuda.”

Flora stars in a dazzling new video released on Facebook and Twitter today that shows off Bermuda’s strengths as a destination for triathlon racing and training. She’s also behind the Triathlete’s Guide to Bermuda on the gotobermuda.com website.

Flora Duffy is currently number one in the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Series Rankings, after being crowned champion last year for finishing at the top of the 2016 list. She has three first place finishes and one second place finish in the last four World Series races. During her more recent competitions, fans and participants of the sport around the world have seen Bermuda tourism branding and the gotobermuda.com website address on the star athlete’s race suit.

“Flora is a rock star in her sport and a genuine ambassador to entice Triathletes and fans out here to Bermuda over the next three years,” said Victoria Isley, chief sales and marketing officer for the Bermuda Tourism Authority. “We are eager to work with Flora and her other brand partners to tell Bermuda’s stories.”
Sunday, August 06, 2017
Duffy Remains ITU World Triathlon Rankings Leader

Bermuda’s Flora Duffy who is the ITU World Triathlon Series Defending Champion continues to hold the lead in the Elite Women’s Field Rankings.

The Rankings 2017 are used to determine the best performing Triathletes of the season.

Duffy following her 2017 ITU World Triathlon Montreal second place finish holds the lead over Australian Ashleigh Gentle. Duffy has 3940 points picking up 740 points for her second place finish.

Gentle has 3286 points having competed in same amount of events as Duffy, while American Katie Zaferes is in third with 3192 points.

Saturday, August 05, 2017
Hawley Finishes 16th in European Sprint Cup

Erica Hawley competed in the Senior Women’s Elite race in the 2017 Malmö European Triathlon Union’s European Sprint Cup Triathlon in Malmo, Sweden.

Hawley exited the Swim in 20th place with 10.19 gone off the clock.

Hawley then moved up to 18th during the Bike Course with the clock reading 45:29.

Hawley was able to overtake two more competitors on the Run Course to finish 16th with an overall time of 1:03:39.

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