Fifth IRONMAN 70.3 win of 2022 for Pallant-Browne


British pro triathlete Emma Pallant-Browne continued her year of medals by securing her fifth IRONMAN 70.3 win of the year in South Africa, while the Brits were again towards the front at World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda.

IRONMAN 70.3 Mossel Bay

The medals keep coming for Emma Pallant-Browne who won at the inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Mossel Bay, a week after claiming world bronze at the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in St. George, USA.

The world bronze medallist was second out of the 1.9km swim, only seven seconds behind the leader Bridget Theunissen (RSA). Pallant-Browne was then the quickest athlete on the hilly out and back bike course, opening up a three-minute advantage over the rest of the field.

Onto the run and Pallant-Browne posted the fastest time split again to take the tape nine minutes ahead of second-placed Magda Nieuwoudt (RSA).

It continued a year of medals for the British pro triathlete who now has five IRONMAN 70.3 wins in 2022, along with a Challenge win and silver from the World Triathlon Long Distance Championships.


World Triathlon Championship Series Bermuda

Beth Potter and Alex Yee both strengthened their positions in the overall World Triathlon Championship Series rankings in Bermuda with Potter claiming bronze to step-up her overall podium hopes, while Yee moved up to second place in the series rankings after a fifth-place finish in Bermuda.

Catch-up on the action below.


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