Elizabeth May (triathlete)

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