2012 ITU Triathlon World Cup

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The 2012 ITU Triathlon World Cup was a series of triathlon races organised by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) for elite-level triathletes held during the 2012 season. For 2012, nine races were announced as part of the World Cup series.[1] Each race was held over a distance of 1500 m swim, 40 km cycle, 10 km run (an Olympic-distance triathlon). Alongside a prize purse, points were awarded at each race contributing towards the overall 2012 ITU World Triathlon Series point totals. Eight of the nine stops in the world cup series are repeat destinations, with the stop in Banyoles, Spain being a new venue location for the cup.[1]

Triathlon World Cup schedule[edit]

Date City County
March 24–25 Mooloolaba  Australia
April 22 Ishigaki  Japan
May 6 Huatulco  Mexico
June 17 Banyoles  Spain
July 6-8 Edmonton  Canada
July 14-15 Tiszaújváros  Hungary
September 9 Guatapé  Colombia
September 22 Tongyeong  South Korea
October 7 Cancún  Mexico

Event results[edit]

Mooloolaba[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Laurent Vidal  France 1:53:22 Erin Densham  Australia 2:03:22
Silver medal icon.svg Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 1:53:22 Nicola Spirig   Switzerland 2:04:24
Bronze medal icon.svg David Hauss  France 1:53:22 Andrea Hewitt  Australia 2:04:31
Source:[2]

Ishigaki[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg David Hauss  France 1:50:06 Kathy Tremblay  Canada 2:05:38
Silver medal icon.svg Davide Uccellari  Italy 1:50:10 Aileen Morrison  Ireland 2:05:58
Bronze medal icon.svg Gonzalo Raul Tellechea  Argentina 1:50:19 Sarah-Anne Brault  Canada 2:06:03
Source:[3]

Huatulco[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Simon De Cuyper  Belgium 2:02:34 Flora Duffy  Bermuda 2:13:17
Silver medal icon.svg Ryan Sissons  New Zealand 2:02:50 Pamela Oliveira  Brazil 2:13:47
Bronze medal icon.svg Danylo Sapunov  Ukraine 2:02:54 Claudia Rivas  Mexico 2:13:53
Source:[4]

Banyoles[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Lukas Verzbicas  United States 1:47:28 Gwen Jorgensen  United States 1:59:39
Silver medal icon.svg Laurent Vidal  France 1:47:45 Erin Densham  Australia 1:59:55
Bronze medal icon.svg Dmitry Polyanskiy  Russia 1:48:04 Ashleigh Gentle  Australia 2:00:00
Source:[5]

Edmonton[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Kyle Jones  Canada 57:33 Lauren Campbell  Canada 1:04:42
Silver medal icon.svg Alexander Hinton  Canada 57:36 Sarah-Anne Brault  Canada 1:04:52
Bronze medal icon.svg Jarrod Shoemaker  United States 57:41 Flora Duffy  Bermuda 1:04:56
Source:[6]

Tiszaújváros[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Pierre Le Corre  France 51:54 Ashleigh Gentle  Australia 58:39
Silver medal icon.svg Aurélien Raphael  France 52:05 Maaike Caelers  Netherlands 58:43
Bronze medal icon.svg Anthony Pujades  France 52:10 Annamaria Mazzetti  Italy 59:19
Source:[7]

Guatapé[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Crisanto Grajales  Mexico 2:02:14 Jodie Stimpson  United Kingdom 2:12:21
Silver medal icon.svg Sergio Sarmiento  Mexico 2:02:23 Maria Czesnik  Poland 2:17:15
Bronze medal icon.svg Manuel Huerta  United States 2:02:24 Paola Diaz  Mexico 2:20:42
Source:[8]

Tongyeong[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Dmitry Polyanskiy  Russia 1:48:39 Nicky Samuels  New Zealand 2:01:51
Silver medal icon.svg Marek Jaskolka  Poland 1:49:06 Maria Czesnik  Poland 2:02:00
Bronze medal icon.svg Igor Polyanskiy  Russia 1:49:22 Yuka Sato  Japan 2:02:03
Source:[9]

Cancún[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Sergio Sarmiento  Mexico 53:33 Katie Hewison  United Kingdom 1:00:19
Silver medal icon.svg Crisanto Grajales  Mexico 53:36 Kaitlin Shiver  United States 1:00:54
Bronze medal icon.svg Grégory Rouault  France 53:49 Lisa Perterer  Austria 1:00:56
Source:[10]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ITU Announces 2011 World Cup Series schedule". TriJuice. 13 October 2011. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Results for 2012 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  3. ^ "Results for 2012 Ishigaki ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  4. ^ "Results for 2012 Huatulco ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  5. ^ "Results for 2012 Banyoles ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 19 June 2012. 
  6. ^ "Results for 2012 Edmonton ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 8 July 2012. 
  7. ^ "Results for 2012 Tiszaújváros ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 15 July 2012. 
  8. ^ "Results for 2012 Guatape ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 9 September 2012. 
  9. ^ "Results for 2012 Tongyeong ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 22 September 2012. 
  10. ^ "Results for 2012 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Cup". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 7 October 2012.