1995 ITU Triathlon World Championships

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The 1995 ITU Triathlon World Championships was a triathlon event held in Cancún, Mexico on 12 November 1995, organised by the International Triathlon Union.[1] The course was a 1.5 kilometres (0.93 mi) swim, 40 kilometres (25 mi) bike, 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) run.

Results[edit]

Men's Championship[edit]

The top three finishers in the men's championship race was a repeat of the top 3 from the 1994 ITU Triathlon World Championships.

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Simon Lessing (GBR) 21:32 55:48 31:10 1:48:28
Silver medal icon.svg  Brad Beven (AUS) 00:00 1:17:13 32:13 1:49:22
Bronze medal icon.svg  Ralf Eggert (GER) 22:19 54:54 32:45 1:49:49
4  Philippe Fattori (FRA) 22:23 53:17 32:36 1:50:01
5  Ricardo Gonzalez Davila (MEX) 22:13 00:00 00:00 1:50:18
6  Lothar Leder (GER) 22:16 00:00 00:00 1:50:19
7  Alexandre Manzan (BRA) 22:21 55:01 33:04 1:50:27
8  Dmitriy Gaag (KAZ) 22:16 53:14 33:26 1:50:34
9  Roland Knoll (GER) 21:40 53:59 33:09 1:50:40
10  Luc Van Lierde (BEL) 22:30 54:48 33:30 1:50:44
11  Oscar Galindez (ARG) 23:15 52:19 33:35 1:50:58
12  Greg Bennett (USA) 00:00 1:17:10 33:58 1:51:04
13  Takumi Obara (JPN) 21:38 54:01 33:45 1:51:06
14  Fabrizio Ferraresi (ITA) 00:00 1:17:29 33:40 1:51:08
15  Mark Bates (CAN) 22:32 53:17 33:36 1:51:09
16  Stefan Vuckovic (GER) 22:52 54:24 34:12 1:51:25
17  Raul Lemir (ARG) 25:08 00:00 00:00 1:51:34
18  Javier Rosas (MEX) 22:03 53:45 34:14 1:51:35
19  Carl Blasco (FRA) 21:37 53:59 34:22 1:51:45
20  Troy Fidler (AUS) 22:15 53:22 34:25 1:51:52
21  Emerson Gomes (BRA) 22:14 00:00 00:00 1:52:03
22  Tim Bentley (AUS) 24:14 55:54 32:18 1:52:25
23  Andy Kelsey (USA) 00:00 00:00 00:00 1:52:30
24  Leandro Macedo (BRA) 21:40 53:46 35:19 1:52:30
25  Timothy Deboom (USA) 21:38 53:52 35:05 1:52:31
26  Danilo Palmucci (ITA) 23:13 00:00 00:00 1:52:40
27  Henrik Noebbelin (SWE) 22:25 53:10 35:13 1:52:42
28  Hiro Yamaguchi (JPN) 23:15 52:34 35:09 1:52:44
29  Vanny Favotto (ITA) 23:11 52:40 35:05 1:52:47
30  Matias Brain (CHI) 22:18 53:20 35:14 1:52:49
31  Enrique Quevedo Huerta (MEX) 21:38 55:57 35:21 1:52:53
32  Tony Deboom (USA) 21:33 00:00 00:00 1:52:56
33  Alec Rukosuev (USA) 21:42 55:46 35:36 1:53:04
34  Taro Shirato (JPN) 22:22 53:22 35:38 1:53:07
35  Gilberto González (VEN) 22:18 53:33 35:31 1:53:08
36  Toshi Nakayama (JPN) 25:06 52:29 35:36 1:53:09
37  Will Vargas (COL) 22:14 53:19 35:37 1:53:14
38  Fedor Filipov (RUS) 21:40 53:45 35:34 1:53:22
39  Dennis Looze (NED) 21:35 55:49 36:05 1:53:24
40  Olivier Marceau (SUI) 22:04 00:00 00:00 1:53:28
41  Arnd Schomburg (GER) 22:23 53:24 35:58 1:53:33
42  Martin Matula (CZE) 22:29 52:58 36:01 1:53:35
43  Bryan Rhodes (NZL) 23:45 53:37 36:21 1:53:39
44  Peter Reid (CAN) 23:11 54:19 36:13 1:53:42
45  Luc Huntjes (NED) 21:32 54:09 36:19 1:53:47
46  Joachim Enzenhofer (AUT) 22:10 55:11 36:29 1:53:50
47  Leonardo Casadio Jardim (BRA) 23:11 52:30 36:18 1:53:50
48  Jiri Seidl (CZE) 24:01 54:24 33:43 1:53:54
49  Inaki Arenal (ESP) 21:40 53:56 36:22 1:53:54
50  Ariel Oscar Carrigo (ARG) 24:10 53:22 36:27 1:54:00
51  Normann Stadler (GER) 24:17 54:02 34:10 1:54:16
52  Yoshinori Tamura (JPN) 23:41 56:25 34:12 1:54:18
53  Greg Fraiss (NZL) 23:34 54:40 34:17 1:54:25
54  Xavier Llobet (ESP) 22:57 00:00 00:00 1:54:28
Sources:[2][3] Notes: Some time splits were not available/not provided.

Women's Championship[edit]

Karen Smyers won her second ITU Triathlon World Championships, following up her 1990 Championship win. The win also came one month after capturing the 1995 Ironman World Championship title.[4]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Karen Smyers (USA) 25:06 1:02:53 36:39 2:04:58
Silver medal icon.svg  Jackie Gallagher (AUS) 25:06 59:42 36:34 2:05:22
Bronze medal icon.svg  Joy Leutner (USA) 24:04 1:03:05 37:40 2:05:49
4  Suzanne Nielsen (DEN) 25:15 59:37 36:45 2:05:58
5  Isabelle Mouthon-Michellys (FRA) 23:57 00:00 1:01:41 2:06:33
6  Natascha Badmann (SUI) 27:17 59:44 00:00 2:06:49
7  Emma Carney (AUS) 25:12 59:49 38:07 2:07:05
8  Joanne Ritchie (CAN) 27:37 1:00:36 37:57 2:07:07
9  Janet Hatfield (USA) 25:08 1:00:40 38:31 2:07:22
10  Clare Carney (GBR) 25:41 1:03:46 37:20 2:07:46
11  Wieke Hoogzaad (NED) 00:00 1:28:04 39:20 2:08:24
12  Maribel Blanco (ESP) 25:12 1:01:58 39:34 2:08:36
13  Nancy Kemp-arendt (LUX) 23:46 1:00:53 39:51 2:08:57
14  Rina Hill (AUS) 23:52 1:03:21 41:03 2:09:06
15  Ute Mueckel (GER) 23:48 1:00:52 40:09 2:09:10
16  Fernanda Keller (BRA) 27:17 59:08 38:39 2:09:15
17  Martha Sorensen (USA) 00:00 00:00 00:00 2:09:17
18  Manuela Ianesi (ITA) 25:12 59:39 40:06 2:09:17
19  Patty Simpson (CAN) 24:57 1:02:16 40:11 2:09:23
20  Maria Jose Moreira (BRA) 25:07 1:01:22 00:00 2:09:26
21  Silvia Ricco (ITA) 25:18 1:01:55 39:02 2:09:32
22  Carmen Ochoa (MEX) 25:07 00:00 1:01:43 2:09:33
23  Gail Laurence (USA) 00:00 00:00 1:02:09 2:09:47
24  Marisa Gomez (ESP) 00:00 28:02 40:49 2:09:55
25  Nina Anisimova (RUS) 24:09 00:33 40:44 2:09:57
26  Magali Di Marco Messmer (SUI) 23:46 1:02:08 40:55 2:10:05
27  Lydie Reuze (FRA) 24:49 1:00:06 41:12 2:10:27
28  Sue Latshaw (USA) 26:39 1:01:49 40:21 2:10:43
29  Natasja Hilgeholt (NZL) 25:37 1:00:28 40:50 2:11:13
30  Jasmine Haemmerle (AUT) 27:19 1:02:06 40:59 2:11:27
31  Chie Sato (JPN) 25:29 1:01:43 41:01 2:11:39
32  Beatrice Mouthon (FRA) 25:31 1:03:54 41:13 2:11:44
33  Sarah Harrow (NZL) 24:02 1:04:01 42:55 2:12:03
34  Kristie Otto (CAN) 25:34 1:01:35 41:45 2:12:19
35  Adriana Piacsek (BRA) 27:12 58:58 42:03 2:12:35
36  Viv Williams (RSA) 25:50 1:01:09 41:52 2:12:37
37  Bianca Van Woesik (AUS) 25:41 1:00:41 42:23 2:12:50
38  Nerea Martinez (ESP) 25:18 1:00:46 42:24 2:12:52
39  Sylvia Corbett (CAN) 00:00 00:00 00:00 2:12:55
40  Carolyn Hubbard (CAN) 27:01 1:02:29 39:07 2:12:58
41  Kayo Wakatsuki (JPN) 25:23 1:00:41 42:22 2:13:05
42  Imai Ryoko (JPN) 25:23 1:00:43 42:47 2:13:27
43  Asa Anderson (SWE) 27:09 1:02:14 39:42 2:13:39
44  Sonja Frank (CAN) 27:08 1:02:20 39:58 2:13:51
45  Vicky Coronel (ARG) 27:11 1:02:15 39:54 2:13:58
46  Marcia Ferreira (BRA) 27:14 1:02:10 40:09 2:14:09
47  Ayako Suzuki (JPN) 24:09 1:01:12 43:30 2:14:11
48  Iona Wynter (JAM) 25:38 1:00:36 43:39 2:14:25
49  Lou-ann Rivett (RSA) 25:29 00:28 43:51 2:14:45
50  Dominique Donner (RSA) 23:55 1:00:41 46:08 2:15:36
51  Brigitte Huber (SUI) 25:12 1:01:53 44:54 2:15:45
52  Rachel Horn (GBR) 25:25 1:01:33 45:24 2:16:11
53  Francesca Tibaldi (ITA) 27:11 1:02:10 42:20 2:16:33
54  Sophie Delemer (FRA) 27:06 1:01:18 46:21 2:16:51
Sources:[3][5] Notes: Some time splits were not available/not provided.

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Chris Hill (AUS) 22:42 56:03 36:23 1:56:17
Silver medal icon.svg  Craig Walton (AUS) 22:48 57:09 35:20 1:57:10
Bronze medal icon.svg  Ralph Zeetsen (NED) 24:30 58:10 34:43 1:58:11
Sources:[6]

Junior women[edit]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Marie Overbye (DEN) 27:42 1:02:08 38:14 2:10:16
Silver medal icon.svg  Joelle Franzmann (GER) 26:15 1:01:58 41:28 2:12:32
Bronze medal icon.svg  Belinda Cheney (AUS) 26:13 1:02:51 41:00 2:12:48
Sources:[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1995 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Championship". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 5 August 2014.
  2. ^ "1995 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Championships : Nov 12 1995 : Elite Men : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 5 August 2014.
  3. ^ a b "World Championships 1995-11-12 Cancun". Applied Training Science. Retrieved 5 August 2014.
  4. ^ "Famous Triathletes: Karen Smyers". Triathlon Facts. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
  5. ^ "1995 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Championships : Nov 12 1995 : Elite Women : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 5 August 2014.
  6. ^ "1995 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Championships : Nov 12 1995 : Junior Men : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014.
  7. ^ "1995 Cancun ITU Triathlon World Championships : Nov 12 1995 : Junior Women : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014.