1993 ITU Triathlon World Cup

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1993 ITU Triathlon World Cup
Series details
Races9
Men's World Cup
1st Brad Beven (AUS)
2nd Miles Stewart (AUS)
3rd Bill Braun (USA)
Most winsMike Pigg (2)
Women's World Cup
1st Joanne Ritchie (CAN)
2nd Carol Montgomery (CAN)
3rd Michellie Jones (AUS)
Most winsCarol Montgomery (3)

The 1993 ITU Triathlon World Cup was a series of triathlon races organised by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) for elite-level triathletes. There were nine races held in seven countries, all of them held over a distance of 1500 m swim, 40 km cycle, 10 km run (an Olympic-distance triathlon).

Results[edit]

Japan Amakusa, Japan[edit]

  • 1993-05-23
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Miles Stewart (AUS)
01:48:50
 Michellie Jones (AUS)
02:00:08
Silver medal icon.svg  Brad Beven (AUS)
01:49:25
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
02:01:37
Bronze medal icon.svg  Rainer Müller-Hörner (GER)
01:49:54
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
02:01:48


United States Orange County, United States[edit]

  • 1993-06-06
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Mike Pigg (USA)
01:46:09
 Michellie Jones (AUS)
01:57:09
Silver medal icon.svg  Andrew Carlson (USA)
01:47:36
 Karen Smyers (USA)
01:58:22
Bronze medal icon.svg  Brad Beven (AUS)
01:47:59
 Joanne Ritchie (CAN)
01:59:23


Mexico Los Cabos, Mexico[edit]

  • 1993-06-21
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Greg Welch (AUS)
01:55:20
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
02:11:51
Silver medal icon.svg  Bill Braun (USA)
01:56:26
 Terry Martin (USA)
02:14:27
Bronze medal icon.svg  Garrett McCarthy (IRL)
01:56:59
 Melissa Mantak (USA)
02:15:19


France Embrun, France[edit]

  • 1993-08-14
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Stephen Foster (AUS)
02:17:12
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:38:32
Silver medal icon.svg  Ben Bright (NZL)
02:18:18
 Hannele Steyn (RSA)
02:47:20
Bronze medal icon.svg  Yves Cordier (FRA)
02:19:53
 Sophie Delemer (FRA)
02:47:25


Canada Whistler, Canada[edit]

  • 1993-09-05
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Bill Braun (USA)
01:47:36
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
01:56:00
Silver medal icon.svg  Garrett McCarthy (IRL)
01:48:27
 Joanne Ritchie (CAN)
01:59:22
Bronze medal icon.svg  Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
01:49:26
 María Luisa Martínez (MEX)
02:03:50


Brazil Ilhéus, Brazil[edit]

  • 1993-09-20
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Oscar Galíndez (ARG)
01:50:51
 María Luisa Martínez (MEX)
02:09:20
Silver medal icon.svg  Alexandre Manzan (BRA)
01:52:20
 Suzanna Schanardorf (BRA)
02:22:40
Bronze medal icon.svg  Leandro Macedo (BRA)
01:54:32
 Claudia Mattedi (BRA)
02:26:55


United States Maui, United States[edit]

  • 1993-09-25
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Hamish Carter (NZL)
01:55:37
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
02:09:17
Silver medal icon.svg  Bill Braun (USA)
01:59:01
 Joanne Ritchie (CAN)
02:15:27
Bronze medal icon.svg  Jim Riccitello (USA)
02:00:20
 Hannele Steyn (RSA)
02:16:46


Spain San Sebastian, Spain[edit]

  • 1993-10-03
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Brad Beven (AUS)
01:49:40
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
02:04:43
Silver medal icon.svg  Wes Hobson (USA)
01:50:40
 Béatrice Mouthon (FRA)
02:09:11
Bronze medal icon.svg  Garrett McCarthy (IRL)
01:51:33
 Catherine Davies (ESP)
02:10:45


United States Virgin Islands St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands[edit]

  • 1993-10-24
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Mike Pigg (USA)
02:14:32
 Karen Smyers (USA)
02:33:13
Silver medal icon.svg  Jim Riccitello (USA)
02:16:33
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
02:34:26
Bronze medal icon.svg  Oscar Galíndez (ARG)
02:17:55
 Janet Hatfield (USA)
02:39:40


Final ranking[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Points Name Points
Gold medal icon.svg  Brad Beven (AUS)
 Joanne Ritchie (CAN)
Silver medal icon.svg  Miles Stewart (AUS)
 Carol Montgomery (CAN)
Bronze medal icon.svg  Bill Braun (USA)
 Michellie Jones (AUS)
4.  Wes Hobson (USA)
 Karen Smyers (USA)
5.  Leandro Macedo (BRA)
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
6.  Hamish Carter (NZL)
 Garrett McCarthy (IRL)
 María Luisa Martínez (MEX)
7.
 Hannele Steyn (RSA)
8.  Oscar Galíndez (ARG)
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
9.  Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
 Melissa Mantak (USA)
10.  Ben Bright (NZL)
 Terry Martin (USA)


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