2010 ITU Duathlon World Championships

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The 2010 ITU Duathlon World Championships was a duathlon competition held in Edinburgh, Scotland from 3-5 September 2010 and organized by the International Triathlon Union (ITU). The championship course included a 10k run, a 38.4k bike, and a 5k run around the areas of Holyrood Park, Arthur’s Seat and the Scottish Parliament Building.[1][2] General Electric was the title sponsor of the championship.[3] Titles for amateur duathletes, elite paraduathletes, and elite duathletes were awarded during the three days of competition.[4]

Results[edit]

Scotland native Catriona Morrison captured the overall women's elite title, her second following her 2006 win. Bart Aernouts took the men's elite title, leading the Belgium sweep of the podium spots.[1][5]

Men[edit]

Elite championship[edit]

Rank Name Run Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Bart Aernouts (BEL) 30:15 1:03:50 15:43 1:50:22
Silver medal icon.svg  Rob Woestenborghs (BEL) 30:17 1:03:53 15:44 1:50:23
Bronze medal icon.svg  Joerie Vansteelant (BEL) N/A N/A N/A 1:50:30
4  Victor Del Corral (ESP) 30:13 1:04:26 15:49 1:51:06
5  Sergio Silva (POR) 30:13 1:04:36 16:28 1:51:45
6  Damien Derobert (FRA) 30:16 1:06:31 15:44 1:52:58
7  Adam Bowden (GBR) 30:14 1:07:32 15:24 1:53:37
8  Sean Jefferson (USA) 30:15 1:07:34 15:31 1:53:54
9  Ramos Herrera (MEX) 30:16 1:07:15 16:13 1:54:13
10  Richard Hobby (GBR) 30:16 1:06:29 16:52 1:54:16

Under 23 elite[edit]

Rank Name Run Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Etienne Diemunsch (FRA) 30:09 1:07:34 15:23 1:53:33
Silver medal icon.svg  Matthew Gunby (GBR) 30:15 1:07:45 16:01 1:54:27
Bronze medal icon.svg  Oscar Vicente (ESP) 30:15 1:07:39 17:37 1:56:01

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Women[edit]

Elite championship[edit]

Rank Name Run Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Catriona Morrison (GBR) 33:56 1:11:02 17:14 2:02:47
Silver medal icon.svg  Sandra Levenez (FRA) 19:06 1:09:54 17:31 2:04:48
Bronze medal icon.svg  Felicity Sheedy-Ryan (AUS) 33:56 1:15:09 16:36 2:06:14
4  Jenny Schulz (GER) 33:54 1:15:06 16:43 2:06:20
5  Ana Burgos (ESP) 33:54 1:15:04 17:05 2:06:42
6  Katie Hewison (GBR) 33:54 1:15:14 17:30 2:07:10
7  Andrea Steyn (RSA) 33:56 1:14:34 18:57 2:07:58
8  Ruth Van der Meijden (NED) 33:54 1:15:15 18:58 2:08:37
9  Stefanie Bouma (NED) 33:56 1:18:02 18:24 2:10:53
10  Inmaculada Pereiro (ESP) 33:47 1:17:09 18:30 2:10:59

Under 23 elite[edit]

Rank Name Run Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Sophie Coleman (GBR) 35:37 1:20:00 18:52 2:15:02
Silver medal icon.svg  Lois Rosindale (GBR) 35:26 1:19:09 20:52 2:15:56
Bronze medal icon.svg  Alice Capone (ITA) 36:34 1:24:28 19:05 2:20:41

[8][9]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Culp, Brad (5 September 2010). "Morrison, Aernouts Take Duathlon World Titles". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  2. ^ Davies, Gareth (6 July 2009). "Date Set for Edinburgh 2010". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  3. ^ Culp, Brad (17 May 2010). "Three Months Until GE Edinburgh ITU Duathlon World Champs". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  4. ^ Culp, Brad (1 September 2010). "World Duathlon Champs Head to Edinburgh". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  5. ^ "Morrison, Aernouts Take Duathlon World Titles In Scotland". Competitor Group, Inc. 5 September 2010. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  6. ^ "2010 Edinburgh ITU Duathlon World Championships: Elite Men: Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  7. ^ Carlson, Tim (5 September 2010). "Aernouts takes Mens ITU Du Worlds". Slowtwitch.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  8. ^ "2010 Edinburgh ITU Duathlon World Championships: Elite Women: Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 
  9. ^ Carlson, Tim (5 September 2010). "Morrison wins women’s Du Worlds". Slowtwitch.com. Retrieved 22 September 2011. 

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