Bermuda Victories 1996 & 1997 Feature in Carney’s Book
Emma Carney is an Australian two-time ITU World Triathlon Champion. She was ITU world-rank world number one in 1995, 1996, and 1997, and achieved 19 World Cup wins, second only to Vanessa Fernandes’ 20 wins.
Carney is the author of a book, Hard Wired – Life, Death and Triathlon, the book highlights her victory in Bermuda back in 1996 and 1997.
With seven wins in 1996, including a win in Bermuda, she also holds the record for the greatest number of ITU World Series wins in a single season.
Emma Carney (AUS), two-time World Triathlon champion.
Emerging as one of Australia’s future distance running stars, Emma Carney found the sport of triathlon and it was never the same again.
Emma Carney takes readers through how World Triathlon has developed in her experiences and highlights equality for women in the sport that has laid a solid foundation for the International Federation.
Defined by a relentless pursuit of sporting excellence, Emma was known to detest losing more than she loved to win.