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Friday, July 21, 2017
Pilgrim Offered USAT Junior Championships Spot

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As reported by Dave Morrison, Lynsey Palmer has been offered a solidarity spot at USAT Junior National Triathlon Championships 2017.

Following on from his top ten performances at Sarasota and Richmond and 13th in Monroe in the USA this season (three USAT Youth Series races), Nick Pilgrim has also been offered a solidarity spot for the USAT Youth National Triathlon Championships for 13-15 year olds.

The USAT Junior and Youth Championships 2017 take place on Saturday August 5th, 2017 in West Chester, Ohio and both Palmer and Pilgrim will be representing Bermuda.

Thursday, July 20, 2017
BTA Tri-A-Tri Series Round Up

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The Bermuda Triathlon Association’s Tri-A-Tri Super Sprint Series resumed at the Clearwater Beach.

Lynsey Palmer clocked a winning time of 27.34, with Gerhard Boonstra finishing second with a time of 28.06 and Tim Palmer finished third stopping the clock in a time of 28.41.

Standard Distance - 200m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run

27.34 Lynsey Palmer


28.06 Gerhard Boonstra

28.41 Tim Palmer

29.59 Richard Hammond

30.09 Randy Smith

30.47 Lea Osborne

32.21 Lara Rogers

35.45 Liana Madeiros

38.05 Denise Carey

40.26 Kirstie Jones

41.42 Judith Howe Tucker

Team Standard Distance - 200m Swim/8K Bike/1.6K Run

26.01 Team Marshall (Jessie - Swim; Tommy - Bike and Run)


200m Swim/3 lap Bike/1 lap Run

25.12 Steve Petty


36.13 Litanya Smith

No Swim/3 lap Bike/2 lap Run

31.29 Carolyn Leder


39.29 Joanne Madeiros

100m Swim/2 laps Bike/1 lap Run

33.26 Addison Dean
Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Leeds Joins Bermuda as a 2018 ITU Host
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is pleased to announce that the ITU World Triathlon Series will return to the city of Leeds for a third successive year on 9 and 10 June 2018.

Leeds joins Bermuda, Abu Dhabi, Yokohama and the Grand Final on the Gold Coast as host locations confirmed for 2018 ITU World Triathlon Series.

Last month, in excess of 70,000 spectators cheered on the world’s best triathletes including local heroes Alistair and Jonny Brownlee who celebrated a second successive one-two finish in Millennium Square as the city received a true triathlon takeover.

Marisol Casado, ITU president and IOC member, said: “We are delighted to come back to Leeds, home of the Brownlee brothers, for the third year. It is always amazing to see the support of the people of Leeds to this event, the thousands of spectators cheering on the streets, and the city showcasing its best all over the world. And will be again superb to have the greatest triathletes in the world competing here, along with thousands of amateur triathletes.”

Alistair Brownlee, Olympic Champion and two-time winner of the Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon Leeds said: “The Leeds leg of the ITU World Triathlon Series has been the standout race in the Series for the past two seasons and to be able to look forward to a third year in a row and go for a hat-trick of wins is really exciting. It’s very special to be able to race in my home city and to win in front of so many fans, is incredible.”

For Jack Buckner, Chief Executive of British Triathlon, “last month was a fantastic advertisement for the sport of triathlon and I hope the millions who watched have been inspired to get involved in our sport. To have confirmation of the 2018 event, shows the level of success of the Leeds leg of the ITU World Triathlon Series and the team can’t wait to deliver another outstanding triathlon experience for everyone next year.”

The elite races in Leeds were broadcast live on the BBC with over 2 million people tuning in to watch the Brownlee brothers deliver a dominant performance in their home city. In the women’s race, World Champion, Flora Duffy of Bermuda won the title, receiving a huge roar from the knowledgeable crowd as she crossed the finish line on the blue carpet.

Tuesday, July 18, 2017
Duffy 4th in ITU World Triathlon Rankings

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Bermuda’s Flora Duffy who is the ITU World Triathlon Series Defending Champion is ranked 4th in the Elite Women’s Field.

The Rankings 2017 are used to determine the best performing Triathletes of the season.

Duffy has competed in 1 less event than the current leader Katie Zaferes who has 2507 points, with Duffy having won all three events she has entered having 2400 points.

Duffy moved up two places in the ranking after starting the weekend in 6th place with 1600 points.

Monday, July 17, 2017
Palmer Qualifies for USAT Junior Championships
Seventeen year old Lynsey Palmer has qualified for the USAT Junior Triathlon Championships.

As Palmer is not a US citizen she has been granted a solidarity spot following her impressive performance in the final qualifier race in Des Moines, Iowa.

Palmer competed in the Junior 16-19 Elite Sprint Distance race . Although Lynsey finished well within the remaining 17 qualification spots available, as a Bermudian she was deemed ineligible for direct qualification.

Palmer completed the draft legal 750m Swim, 20km Bike and 5km Run in Iowa in 1:10.54 which was good enough for 31st place out of 52 starters.

Palmer clocked 11:51 during the Swim, 35:18 on the Bike course and 21:42 Run.
The field included many of the leading US junior athletes and was won by Addison Smith in 1:04:40.
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