Potter is World Champion again as Brit’s win six medals across the World


Potter wins supertri E World Triathlon Championships as Stapley takes silver 

2024 supertri E World Triathlon Championships London powered by Zwift got underway with three British Women in action across the three heats. Potter came through her heat taking first place across both stages to book her place in the final, she was joined by Annabel Morton who was second and third in her respective races. Vicky Holland narrowly missed out on a place in the finals, finishing fourth in both stages of her heat.  

In the three-stage final Potter built up a five second lead over France’s Cassandre Beaugrand across the opening two races. That gave Potter the advantage in the third and final round but after the 200m swim and 4km bike the duo headed onto the last 1km level. But the Brit pushed on to finish over 30 seconds clear of second place Beaugrand, as American Katie Zaferes made up the podium. Morton finished eighth overall.  

In the men’s race Stapley topped his heat across both stages, finishing ahead of British pair Sam Dickinson and Dominic Coy, who finished second and third in both stages. Dickinson’s second place saw him make the final while Coy narrowly missed out. Harry Leleu and Hugo Milner both came through their heat to make it a quartet of Brits in the final. But Jack Willis, Christopher Perham, Joe Sherman and Marcus Dey missed out on a spot in the top ten.  

In the final both Stapley and Dickinson were in medal contention after stage one, finishing second and third respectively behind American Chase McQueen. McQueen’s advantage grew on the second stage as Dickinson was the highest placed Brit in fourth.  The third round saw Stapley finish quickest to earn himself second place overall. Dickinson ended the day in fourth, narrowly missing out on a medal as Milner and Leleu were eighth and tenth respectively.  

Main steps onto the top step of the podium at Europe Triathlon Cup Melilla, with Waugh and Coldwell claiming silver and bronze. 

Spain was the backdrop for Main’s first Europe Triathlon Cup win. He was third out of the water and kept himself at the front of the pack across the bike leg. Main then put in the fastest run time of the day to finish seven seconds clear of France’s Antoine Duval with Spain’s Vicente Hernandez completing the podium. Fellow Brit Hamish Reilly crossed the line in eighth.  

In the women’s race it was advantage Coldwell as she exited the water first with fellow Brit Sophia Green just behind. On the bike leg Waugh closed up and exited T2 as the lead Brit. On the run France’s Emma Lombardi broke clear to take the gold medal as Waugh crossed the line in second with Coldwell 32 seconds back in third. Green’s race ended with a fifth-place finish.  

Tom Dixon was also in junior cup action in Melilla as he came 17th.  

Charles-Barclay wins second T100 silver medal in Singapore 

The second round of the T100 season saw Lucy Charles-Barclay secure back-to-back silver medals. She was first out of the water in Singapore and was level with fellow Brit Lucy Buckingham after the bike leg with the pair leading a British 1-2. As Buckingham dropped back on the run, Charles-Barclay put in the third fastest time of the day, but it wasn’t enough to hold onto top spot as Australia’s Ashleigh Gentle put in a time over seven minutes faster than the Brit to take the gold medal. Charles-Barclay crossed the line in second as Buckingham finished fifth. Lucy Byram made it a trio of British Triathletes in the top-ten as she came seventh. India Lee recorded a DNF, dropping out following T2.  

In the men’s race David McNamee’s strong run effort saw him climb from outside the top-ten to finish fourth, while Alistair Brownlee recorded a DNF, ending his race after T2.  

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