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Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Pilgrim & Ingham Compete in Youth Elite Cup Triathlon

Nicholas Pilgrim and Caleb Ingham competed in the 2018 Sarasota Youth Elite Cup Triathlon.

The pair competed in the Boy’s 13-15 Age Group, which saw the competitors compete over a 375m Swim, 12.2K Cycle and 2.5K Run.

Pilgrim finished 10th stopping the clock in a time of 34:55, he was clocked at 5:26 for the Swim, 19:15 on the Bike Course and 9:10 on the Run course.

Ingham finished 14th with a time of 35:17, he was clocked at 5:29 over the Swim Course, 19:03 on the Bike Course and 9:33 on the Run course.

Monday, March 12, 2018
Elite Triathlon List Announced for Gold Coast

Erica Hawley is in the Line-up
The 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Triathlon Start List’s have been released.

Both Tyler Butterfield and Tyler Smith are listed in the Elite Men, they will line you against the Brownlee brothers as well as the Cameron Roach from the Bahamas as well as Jason Wilson and Matthew Wright from Barbados.

World Number One Flora Duffy lines up alongside Erica Hawley, they will be challenged by the likes of Ashleigh Gentle and Andrea Hewitt.

In the Team event, Bermuda will go up against 7 other countries for a Medal.
Thursday, March 08, 2018
Duffy Honored By Triathlon.org On Women's Day

On March 8th the world recognizes all women across the globe for their accomplishments, dreams and successes.

However, within ITU they are honoring amazing women every single day of the year.

But in celebration of the day Triathlon.org wanted to show some extra love and paid tribute to all of the strong, fierce, tough, talented and POWERFUL WOMEN in triathlon and in sport that inspire us to do and be better.

One of the Women Triathlon.org recognized was Bermuda’s Flora Duffy who is the current powerhouse fierce female athlete competing at the elite level.

In just a few years time she has gone from appearing in the winner’s circle to completely dominating it.

As the only elite woman competing for the small island country of Bermuda, she won her first World Triathlon Series race in WTS Stockholm in 2016.

After finishing 8th in the Rio de Janerio Olympic Games she then went on to win her first WTS World Championship in 2016.

She then followed up her success in 2017 by winning six WTS races and earning the title of back-to-back World Champion.

That season put her in the history books as one of two women to warn the most WTS podiums in a single season (7) as well as earning a victory with the largest winningest margin in a women’s race with 110 seconds.

Duffy is a beast on the bike, but she also has made a huge impact in the sport of triathlon on what it means to be a complete three-discipline athlete.

She excels in the swim, bike and run and has propelled the sport forward to push competitions to not expect anything less.
Tuesday, March 06, 2018
TMR Kids Duathlon Announced
Bermuda’s school children are invited to participate in next month’s MS Amlin World Triathlon Bermuda Festival Weekend.

The Tokio Millennium Re (TMR) Kids Duathlon is Friday April 27th, the evening before Bermuda’s prestigious World
Triathlon Series, and children will compete on part of the very same race course that the world’s top triathletes, including Flora Duffy, will race on the following day.

It’s a rare opportunity to experience a famous blue carpet finish, with all the action on Front Street,

Bermuda is hosting the ITU governed World Triathlon Series on April 28th, the second stop on the global circuit out of 8 cities, before the Grand Final in Australia.

A weekend of festivities is planned around it from April 26th – 29th.

“The TMR Kids Duathlon is an important part of the weekend of festivities,” said Phil Schmidt, Chairman of the Local Organizing Committee of World Triathlon Bermuda.

“It’s by participating, especially in this environment with world class athletes, that young people become inspired to develop their athletic skills. Flora Duffy, at the age of 9, set her mind to become the World Champion and achieved it”, he said.

Race registration is FREE and is now open at www.tribermuda.com. Registration is a requirement for entry. The TMR Kids Duathlon is open to all children including first time participants, aged 7 – 15 years.

The Duathlon starts at 7.00pm and is in three sections, run, bike and a second run and unlike triathlon, there is no swimming.

It was agreed the race would be a Duathlon so that the junior athletes would not be required
to swim at night.

This also encourages more children to participate, as Running and Cycling in Bermuda is more popular than swimming. Children will race in age groups, with a shorter distance for 7 – 10 year olds.

All information is available at www.tribermuda.com
Race organizers are taking information to schools to attract new young participants to the sport.

FREE training sessions and practice races will be held at National Sports Centre leading up to the race and they will continue throughout the year, after the April event.

Through this program, TMR is supporting the development of young triathletes in Bermuda and encourage all to attend.

Children who don’t have a bike are also encouraged to come along, as loaner bikes will be made available.

The first session is Sunday March 18th on a walk-in basis, with no registration required and all are welcome. More information about all training sessions is available from Neil De St Croix - email: Neil@northrock.bm

Kathleen Faries, Head of Bermuda’s TMR branch said, “We are proud to be the lead sponsor of the TMR Kids Duathlon and the free practice sessions. Being involved in this prestigious event, which will showcase some of Bermuda’s best young athletes, is a fantastic opportunity for all of us at TMR to show our continued support of youth sport in Bermuda.”

She said, “We are excited to watch Flora shine on her home turf, and we are especially proud to sponsor an event that will encourage and excite young athletes island wide to one day follow in her footsteps”.
Monday, March 05, 2018
Pilgrim & Ingham Compete in Challenge F1 Triathlon

Caleb Ingham & Nick Pilgrim
Nicholas Pilgrim and Caleb Ingham competed in the Clermont Draft Legal Challenge F1 Triathlon in Florida.

The pair competed in the 12-16 Year Olds, which saw the competitors compete over a 375m Swim, 10K Bike and 2.5K run.

Pilgrim finished second stopping the clock in a time of 32:35, he finished 13 second behind the winner Jeremy Lajoie who was clocked at 32:22 and he finished ahead if the third place finisher Mac Howie by 3 second.

Pilgrim was clocked at 5:59 over the Swim distance, 16:10 on the Bike Course and 9:36 on the Run Course.

Ingham finished 13th with a time of 37:40, Ingham had a wetsuit malfunction and could not get his wetsuit off after the swim, it took an official two and a half minutes to unjam the zipper, leaving Ingham well behind the lead pack. Ingham was clocked at 6:11 on the Swim, 18:13 on the Bike and 10:51 on the Run.
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