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British medal success at home and abroad!

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Kecskemét ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup

Sian Rainsley put in a stunning performance to win bronze at the Kecskemét ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup with four Brits in the top 10 of the Elite women’s race. Issy Morris finished fourth, Jenny Manners fifth and Chloe Cook eighth. Zoe Thomas finished 19th with Bronwen Owen 37th.

Iestyn Harrett finished the Elite men’s race as the top Brit coming home in sixth. Jack Willis and Harry Leleu just finished outside the top ten in 11th and 12th.

Fellow Brits Guy Evans-Haggerty finished 35th, Cameron Main 42nd, Jimmy Lund 48th and Cameron Harris 60th

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Aberfeldy Triathlon

Will Munday took gold in the M20-24 age group category at the British Triathlon Middle Distance Triathlon Championships which took place at the Aberfeldy Triathlon in Scotland. Munday was the first male finisher to cross the line with Alison MacVicar taking the F20-24 crown at the fourth and final round of the British Championships.

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Hertfordshire Triathlon

The fourth round of the Triathlon England National Championships took place at the Hertfordshire Triathlon where Beau Smith took the tape to claim victory in the men’s race. Brit Tate was the first female finisher and won gold in the F25-29 age-group category. The Hertfordshire Triathlon was also a 2020 ETU Sprint Distance Triathlon European Championship Qualifier with athletes aiming to qualify for next year’s Sprint Distance Triathlon European Championships in Malmo, Sweden.

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Ironman Sweden

Britain’s Stephanie Seeley won silver in the F60-64 age group at Ironman Sweden with Steven Hawkswell winning bronze in the M55-59 category.

Germany’s Boris Stein took victory at Ironman Sweden in the Pro men’s race. British athlete Harry Wiltshere did not finish.

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Ironman Copenhagen

Anne Haug won the Pro women’s race at Ironman Copenhagen. Britain’s Corinne Abraham and Sarah Lewis did not start. 

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