Elizabeth May (triathlete)

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Liz May
Medal record
Representing  Luxembourg
Women's triathlon
ETU Triathlon European Championships
Silver 2009 Holten Elite
Bronze 2006 Rijeka U23
Bronze 2003 Echternach U23
Bronze 2002 Cancun Junior
Women's aquathlon
ITU Aquathlon World Championships
Gold 2011 Beijing Elite
Silver 2004 Madeira Elite
Silver 2003 Queenstown Elite
Gold 2002 Cancun Junior

Elizabeth ("Liz") May (born July 27, 1983 in Luxembourg) is a female athlete from Luxembourg, who competed in triathlon from 2000 to 2013. May is a 2011 Aquathlon World Champion and is a 2009 European Championship silver medalist. May competed at the Olympic triathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics and 2008 Summer Olympics. She finished in seventeenth place in Athens with a total time of 2:08:29.22.

May is of Danish descent. She was educated at the European School in Luxembourg City and has a Master of Laws from the University of Copenhagen.

Notable esults[edit]

  • 2011: 13th at the ITU World Cup, Yokohama JAP
  • 2010: 11th at the ITU World Cup, Madrid ESP
  • 2009: 4th at the ITU World Cup, London GBR
  • 2009: 7th at the ITU World Cup, Yokohama JAP
  • 2008: 5th at the ITU World Cup, Lorient FRA
  • 2008: 5th at the ITU World Cup, Kitzbühl AUT
  • 2008: 6th at the ITU World Cup, Madrid ESP
  • 2008: 11th at the ITU World Cup, Richards Bay RSA
  • 2008: 14th at the Triathlon World Championships, Vancouver CAN
  • 2008: 41st at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games
  • 2007: 9th at the ITU World Cup, Beijing CHN
  • 2007: 15th at the Triathlon World Championships, Hamburg GER
  • 2007: 5th at the ITU World Cup, Vancouver CAN
  • 2007: 5th at the ITU World Cup, Madrid ESP
  • 2007: 4th at the ITU World Cup, Richards Bay RSA
  • 2006: 3rd at the ITU World Cup, Beijing CHN
  • 2006: 14th at the ITU World Cup, Hamburg GER
  • 2006: 15th at the Triathlon World Championships, Lausanne SWR

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Awards
Preceded by
Claudine Schaul
Luxembourgish Sportswoman of the Year
2004–2007 and 2009
Incumbent