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Wednesday, July 18, 2018
Olympic Games 2020 Triathlon Dates Announced

The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee has announced the competition Schedule for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, confirming the Men’s Triathlon event will take place on Monday July 27th and the Women’s race the following day. The highly anticipated Olympic debut of the Triathlon Mixed Relay will take place on Saturday August 1st.

The individual races will be disputed over the standard Olympic distances (1.5km swim, 40km bike and 10km run), early morning in the fantastic setting of Odaiba Marine Park. The Mixed Relay teams will bring together two men and two women from the same country, each completing a mini-triathlon before tagging their team mate. The team event also takes place at Odaiba Marine Park, where each of the four athletes will complete a 300m swim, 7.5km bike and 1.5km run.

“We are extremely satisfied with the dates of our events, following months of hard work taking into consideration all the requirements of the Tokyo 2020 Organizing Committee and our Sport Department”, said ITU President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “We have agreed competition dates that will fit extremely well into global television schedules, and we are confident of incredible engagement with the spectators, both on-site and watching on TVs around the world. It is perfect that the Mixed Relay, one of the most thrilling and vibrant spectacles in sport, will make its Olympic debut on ‘Super Saturday’,” she added.

A total of 110 athletes - 55 men and 55 women - will compete in Tokyo 2020, with the relay teams being formed of countries with minimum 2 women and 2 men athletes qualified, based on the various ways to achieve that.

The 30 Olympic triathlon medals awarded to date have been split between 13 countries, emphasizing the strength of the sport worldwide. The Men’s Gold has twice been won by Great Britain’s Alistair Brownlee, at London 2012 and Rio 2016, and accompanying him on the podium on both occasions was his brother, Jonathan Brownlee. A Bronze Medalist in London, the younger of the Brownlee siblings then picked up silver in Rio to complete a famous family one-two.

In the women’s event, Swiss athletes have twice taken home the gold, in 2000 and 2012. Of those, Nicola Spirig is the only female triathlete to have won two Olympic medals, taking the gold in an incredibly tight London 2012 finale ahead of Sweden’s Lisa Norden and then the silver at Rio 2016, finishing behind the USA’s Gwen Jorgensen.
Sunday, July 15, 2018
Ingham Competes in Flatland Cup Triathlon

Caleb Ingham competed in the Flatland Cup Triathlon in Des Moines USA.

Competing in the Male Elite Youth Elite Division Ingham finished 16th out of 77 competitors.

Ingham would clock a time of 33:21.38, Graham Tuohy would clock a winning time of 30:56.31.

Ingham would clock a swim time of 4:14, with a Bike time of 16:46 and then he would complete the Run in a time of 10:25.
Saturday, July 14, 2018
Duffy Finishes 10th in Hamburg

Bermuda’s World Champion Flora Duffy has finished 10th in Germany for the Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon.

Competing for the first time in over a month following a foot injury, Duffy showed a little bit of rust, but will her World title is still within reach, this after Cassandre Beaugrand from France clocked a winning time of 58:01, she started the day in 28th place with 692 points, with Laura Lindemann from Germany was second in 58:36 and series leader Katie Zaferes from the United States of America finished third in 58:37.

Duffy was clocked across the line in a time of 59:10.

Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon elite Women’s Top 10 Finishers

00:58:06 Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA)

00:58:36 Laura Lindemann (GER)
00:58:37 Katie Zaferes (USA)
00:58:42 Nicola Spirig (SUI)
00:58:44 Kirsten Kasper (USA)
00:58:45 Non Stanford (GBR)
00:58:48 Jodie Stimpson (GBR)
00:58:59 Natalie Van Coevorden (AUS)
00:59:05 Taylor Spivey (USA)
00:59:10 Flora Duffy - BERMUDA
Thursday, July 12, 2018
BTA Announce Preliminary Carifta Team

Ingham & Pilgrim
The Bermuda Triathlon Association announced the preliminary team of young athletes to compete in the Carifta Triathlon and Aquathlon events to be held in Trinidad and Tobago (specifically Tobago) September 29th and 30th 2018.

Most of the team selected competed in Bermuda back on June 10th at the Clearwater Beach during the Bermuda XL Catlin Bermuda National Olympic Distance Championship.

Nicholas Pilgrim and Caleb Ingham will lead the team as they both compete in the Aquathlon & Triathlon in the Boy’s 13-15 Age Group, while Zoe Hasselkuss and Amber Simons will compete in the Aquathlon & Triathlon in the Girls 13-15 Age Group.

Ashley Irby will be the first Bermuda Athlete to compete in three different Carifta Events having already competed in the Carifta Swimming Championships and the Carifta Games.

11-12 Age Group


Daria Desmond - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Jasmin Hasselkuss - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Ava Gabai-Maiato - Triathlon
Fenella Wightman - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Bella Howes - Aquathlon & Triathlon


Callum MacFarlane - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Rory Fleming - Aquathlon & Triathlon

13-15 Age Group


Taylor White - Aquathlon
Myeisha Sharrieff - Aquathlon
Zoe Hasselkuss - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Amber Simons - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Megan Hands - Triathlon
Liana Medeiros - Aquathlon & Triathlon


Nicholas Pilgrim - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Caleb Ingham - Aquathlon & Triathlon
Brian Desmond - Aquathlon
Tommy Marshall - Triathlon
Nico Davis - Aquathlon and Triathlon

16-19 Age Group


Ashley Irby - Aquathlon
Jessie Marshall - Aquathlon
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Duffy Set to Return in Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon

The longest-running World Triathlon Series event returns to the calendar once more this weekend, as the elite triathletes head to Germany for the Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon.

Ready for another big performance is the two-time World Champion Flora Duffy, returning to competition after a foot injury kept her out of racing in Leeds. The Bermudian, who has won two races this season but did not finish in Abu Dhabi, needs precious points to keep herself at the top of the rankings until the end of the season, and after victory here last year, it is a course she knows well.

It’s a starting list packed with medal contenders, too, leaving the podium places wide open along with the world ranking standings by the end of the weekend, and WTS Hamburg is again set to be one of the spectacles of the season as thousands of spectators line the course to cheer on their heroes.

Proudly sporting the golden number 1 will be USA’s Katie Zaferes, who has just been named the US Athlete of the Month having earned the top place in the rankings after finishing third in WTS Leeds. The American was also crucial for her team as it grabbed a first-ever victory in the Mixed Relay Series, a hard-earned podium double that Zaferes is eager to repeat in Hamburg.

That certainly won’t be an easy task, with many of her fellow teammates also showing excellent recent form. Look out for Kirsten Kasper, likely to be one of the first athletes out of the water, along with the ever-impressive Summer Cook and Taylor Spivey.

The Brits are also known for their strength in the water, and Vicky Holland, Jessica Learmonth and Non Stanford will be fighting from the opening strokes in order to emerge and ascend the famous Hamburg stairs among the first group of athletes into transition.
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