Great Britain top ITU Triathlon World Championship Elite Medal Table

by Peter Holmes on 22 Sep, 2009 10:35

Great Britain’s impressive ITU Triathlon World Championship record continued as they topped the elite medal table for the third time in four years.

With victory in the Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship Series for Alistair Brownlee, and under 23 success for Hollie Avil, the British team clocked two gold medals with Jonathan Brownlee and Jodie Stimpson adding to their total with two silvers. Having bagged three gold medals in Lausanne 2006 and Vancouver 2008, with a single gold in Hamburg 2007, the Gold Coast results continued a great run of world championship results for British Triathlon who are still yet to win an Olympic medal.

The home team, Australia, finished as runners-up to their old rivals with a single gold for Emma Moffatt and silvers for James Seear in the under 23 men and Emma Jackson in the junior girls. Spain took the final spot on the theoretical medal table podium with Mario Mola’s impressive win in the junior boy’s event adding to Javier Gomez’s season long campaign for the silver medal in the Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship Series.

Germany and France rounded out the top five with a gold medal each in the under 23 men’s and junior women’s race respectively with Sweden bagging a single silver medal through Lisa Norden’s efforts.

Canada, Hungary, Netherlands, New Zealand and Portugal all finished with one bronze medal each, with the smaller nations probably a bit happier with their world championship weekends than the likes of New Zealand who might have expected a few more podium finishes.

European nations took home thirteen of the eighteen medals on offer, spread over eight countries, with Oceania taking four and Pan-America just one. Neither Asia nor Africa placed an athlete on the podium.

Pos Country Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. Great Britain 2 2 0 4
2. Australia 1 2 0 3
3. Spain 1 1 0 2
4. Germany 1 0 1 2
5. France 1 0 0 1
6. Sweden 0 1 0 1
7. Canada 0 0 1 1
=. Hungary 0 0 1 1
=. Netherlands 0 0 1 1
=. New Zealand 0 0 1 1
=. Portugal 0 0 1 1
Related Event: 2009 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Grand Final Gold Coast
09 - 13 Sep, 2009 • event pageall results
Results: 35-39 Male AG
1. J.j. Bailey USA 01:57:30
2. Andrew Fuller AUS 01:57:49
3. Eligio Cervantes Islas MEX 01:58:17
4. Cameron Simon AUS 01:58:59
5. Brendan Deurloo AUS 01:59:45
Results: 35-39 Female AG
1. Suzanne Chandler CAN 02:08:54
2. Sophie Whitworth GBR 02:09:02
3. Beverley Thomas AUS 02:09:28
4. Lisa Greenfield GBR 02:14:25
5. Shona Forrest GBR 02:14:49
Results: 30-34 Male AG
1. Troy Drinan AUS 01:55:07
2. Michael Prince AUS 01:55:15
3. Mark Harms USA 01:55:16
4. Charles Griffith AUS 01:56:38
5. Brodie Madgwick NZL 01:57:08
Results: 30-34 Female AG
1. Tamsin Lewis GBR 02:07:41
2. Tamlyn Mathiske AUS 02:09:02
3. Alison Ryan AUS 02:09:46
4. Lucie Richards AUS 02:10:09
5. Seeley Gutierrez USA 02:11:03
Results: 25-29 Male AG
1. Nick Dunn GBR 01:53:57
2. Rob Creasy NZL 01:54:38
3. Ricky Swindale AUS 01:54:55
4. Christopher Lutz USA 01:55:16
5. Tristan Barnes GBR 01:55:22
Results: 25-29 Female AG
1. Carrie Lester AUS 02:06:16
2. Rachael Paxton AUS 02:07:10
3. Regina Wright AUS 02:08:47
4. Sally Parker AUS 02:10:35
5. Kate Grattan AUS 02:10:55
Results: 20-24 Male AG
1. Arnaud Chivot FRA 01:53:26
2. Brent Schuster AUS 01:53:44
3. Scott Takala CAN 01:54:23
4. Nicholas Hull AUS 01:55:08
5. Nathan Barry AUS 01:55:09
Results: 20-24 Female AG
1. Courtney Gilfillan AUS 02:09:13
2. Sarah Bryant NZL 02:13:29
3. Madeleine Oldfield AUS 02:13:41
4. Miranda Tomeson CAN 02:15:28
5. Krista Meares AUS 02:16:02
Results: 18-19 Male AG
1. Ryan Bailie AUS 01:56:56
2. James Lewin AUS 01:58:54
3. Drew Viles AUS 01:59:12
4. Taylor Cecil AUS 02:02:10
5. Harry Dillon NZL 02:02:15
Results: 18-19 Female AG
1. Ella Holmes AUS 02:13:55
2. Chloe Turner AUS 02:17:10
3. Johanna Jackson NZL 02:23:07
4. Libby Morrison-Jones NZL 02:24:50
5. Alex Bailie AUS 02:25:34
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