Alexander Bryukhankov

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Alexander Bryukhankov watching the Junior European Cup in Tabor, 2011.
Alexander Bryukhankov
Personal information
Born April 12, 1987
Rybinsk
Alexander Bryukhankov at the Grand Prix triathlon in Nice, 2011.
Alexander Brykhankov with Dmitry Polyanski in Tiszaújváros, 2009.

Alexander Alexandrovich Bryukhankov (Russian Александр Александрович Брюханков, in ITU rankings also misspelled as Brukhankov, born 12 April 1987 in Rybinsk) is a Russian professional triathlete, Russian Elite Champion of the year 2011, 2008 Olympian, and a member of the Russian National Team. Alexander Brykhankov is the elder brother of Andrey Bryukhankov.

Alexander Bryukhankov is one of the most successful and internationally best known triathletes in the Russian elite team. Since 2005 he has taken part in numerous ITU elite events. According to the Men's Standing (9 September 2010), Bryukhankov was number 3 in 2010. In 2011, Bryukhankov won the bronze medal at the European Championships and in the World Championship Series 2011 ranking he is number 2.

Alexander Bryukhankov also takes part in the prestigious French Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux. In 2011, he represents St Jean de Monts Vendee. At the opening triathlon in Nice (24 April 2011) he placed 9th and was the best athlete of his club (the other two triathlètes classants l'équipe: Ivan Tutukin: 26th, Alfred Torok: 52nd). In 2010, Bryukhankov represented Mulhouse Olympique Tri. At the opening triathlon in Dunkirk (23 May 2010), Bryukhankov placed 21st and was the second best of his club (the other two triathlètes classants l'équipe: Valentin Mesheryakov: 19th, Francesc Godoy: 47th). At the Grand Final in La Baule (Triathlon Audencia, 18 September 2010), Bryukhankov placed 19th and was the best of his club. At Beauvais, Paris and Tourangeaux Bryukhankov did not take part. At Paris, his brother Andrey Bryukhankov represented Alexander Bryukhankov's club Mulhouse and placed 45th, at the Grand Final he placed 40th.

ITU Competitions[edit]

In the six years from 2006 to 2010, Alexander Bryukhankov took part in 55 ITU competitions and achieved 34 top ten positions. The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the ITU Athletes's Profile Page.[1] Unless indicated otherwise, the following events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and refer to the Elite category.

Date Competition Place Rank
  2005-07-23   European Championships (Junior) Alexandroupoli(s)[2] 22
  2005-07-24   European Championships (Junior Relay) Alexandroupoli(s)[3] 3
  2005-09-10   World Championships (Junior) Gamagori 24
  2005-10-26   Premium European Cup Alanya 25
  2006-03-10   World Cup Aqaba 18
  2006-06-04   BG World Cup Madrid 49
  2006-06-23   European Championships (Junior) Autun 2
  2006-07-08   European Championships (U23) Rijeka 22
  2006-07-30   BG World Cup Salford 39
  2006-09-02   World Championships (Junior) Lausanne 2
  2006-10-18   Premium European Cup Alanya 16
  2007-01-21   Pan American Cup La Paz 2
  2007-01-28   Pan American Cup Villarrica 4
  2007-03-25   BG World Cup Mooloolaba 43
  2007-05-06   BG World Cup Lisbon 16
  2007-05-13   BG World Cup Richards Bay 3
  2007-06-10   BG World Cup Vancouver 4
  2007-06-17   BG World Cup Des Moines 14
  2007-06-24   BG World Cup Edmonton 2
  2007-06-29   European Championships Copenhagen DNS
  2007-07-21   European Championships (U23) Kuopio 2
  2007-07-29   BG World Cup Salford 7
  2007-08-11   BG World Cup Tiszaújváros 14
  2007-08-30   BG World Championships (U23) Hamburg 9
  2007-09-15   BG World Cup Beijing 34
  2007-11-04   BG World Cup Cancun 9
  2007-12-01   BG World Cup Eilat 3
  2008-04-13   BG World Cup Ishigaki 7
  2008-04-26   BG World Cup Tongyeong DNF
  2008-05-10   European Championships Lisbon 17
  2008-06-05   BG World Championships (U23) Vancouver 5
  2008-07-20   BG World Cup Kitzbuhel 9
  2008-08-18   Olympic Games Beijing 24
  2008-09-06   European Championships (U23) Pulpí DNF
  2009-04-05   European Cup Quarteira 2
  2009-05-02   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Tongyeong 7
  2009-05-31   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Madrid 6
  2009-06-20   European Championships (U23) Tarzo Revine 3
  2009-07-02   European Championships Holten 3
  2009-07-11   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Kitzbuhel DNF
  2009-07-25   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Hamburg 3
  2009-08-09   World Cup Tiszaújváros 2
  2009-08-15   Dextro Energy World Championship Series London 15
  2009-09-09   Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final Gold Coast 10
  2009-10-25   Premium European Cup Alanya 2
  2010-04-11   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Sydney 2
  2010-05-08   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Seoul 5
  2010-06-05   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Madrid 10
  2010-06-12   Elite Cup Hy-Vee 11
  2010-07-03   European Championships Athlone 7
  2010-07-17   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Hamburg 9
  2010-07-24   Dextro Energy World Championship Series London 4
  2010-08-14   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 11
  2010-08-28   European Championships (U23) Vila Nova de Gaia (Porto) 3
  2010-09-08   Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final Budapest 53
  2010-10-24   Premium European Cup Alanya 7
  2011-04-09   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Sydney 14
  2011-06-04   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Madrid 4
  2011-06-18   Dextro Energy World Championship Series Kitzbuhel 2
  2011-06-24   European Championships Pontevedra DNF
  2011-07-03   European Cup Penza 1

BG = the sponsor British Gas · DNF = did not finish · DNS = did not start

External links[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ See http://archive.triathlon.org/zpg/zresults-ath-dtl.php?id=MjU1MA==#. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
  2. ^ The 2005 European Championships are missing in the profile pages of all participating athletes but the results can be found in this hidden place: http://www2.triathlon.org/etu-website/ns/events/2005/alexandroupoli/results-alexandroupolis2005-jm.pdf. Retrieved 2 July 2011.
  3. ^ The 2005 European Championships are missing in the profile pages of all participating athletes but the results can be found in this hidden place: http://www2.triathlon.org/etu-website/ns/events/2005/alexandroupoli/results-alexandroupolis2005-jtm.pdf. Retrieved 2 July 2011.