|Full name||Tyler Barbour Butterfield|
February 12, 1983 |
Pembroke Parish, Bermuda
|Height||1.81 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|Weight||75 kg (165 lb)|
|Updated on 21 July 2012.|
Tyler Barbour Butterfield (born February 12, 1983 in Pembroke Parish, Bermuda) is an athlete from Bermuda. He competes in road bicycle racing and triathlon events. Butterfield was the youngest male competitor at the second Olympic triathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics. He placed thirty-fifth with a total time of 1:58:26.99.
In 2007, Butterfield competed for Team Slipstream, a UCI Professional Continental Team. In 2006, he raced as an amateur cyclist for the Vendee U team based in France. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he again competed in the men's triathlon, finishing in thirty-fourth with a time of 1:50:32.
- Grand Prix Bermuda Cycling Race,
- La Veriers - Les Essarts
- Tour du Guadeloupe, Stage 1
- "London 2012 Triathlon, Individual Men Final". Olympic.org.
- Tyler Butterfield profile at Cycling Archives
- Bernews:Tyler Butterfield Bio, Competition History, Photos, Videos
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