1996 ITU Triathlon World Championships

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The 1996 ITU Triathlon World Championships was a triathlon event held in Cleveland, Ohio, United States on 24 August 1996, organised by the International Triathlon Union.[1] The championship was won by Simon Lessing of Great Britain and Jackie Gallagher of Australia. 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]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Simon Lessing (GBR) 18:24 49:40 30:36 1:39:50
Silver medal icon.svg  Luc Van Lierde (BEL) 19:28 50:07 29:42 1:40:11
Bronze medal icon.svg  Leandro Macedo (BRA) 20:11 49:24 30:20 1:41:00
4  Greg Bennett (USA) 18:54 49:07 32:00 1:41:02
5  Philippe Fattori (FRA) 20:03 49:26 30:32 1:41:06
6  Miles Stewart (AUS) 19:12 50:22 30:34 1:41:09
7  Carl Blasco (FRA) 19:53 49:20 30:41 1:41:15
8  Ralf Eggert (GER) 20:01 49:31 30:48 1:41:18
9  Hamish Carter (NZL) 18:45 49:16 32:31 1:41:31
10  Dmitriy Gaag (KAZ) 20:16 49:20 30:54 1:41:40
11  Alexandre Manzan (BRA) 20:10 49:24 31:03 1:41:4
12  Dennis Looze (NED) 18:40 50:52 31:26 1:42:00
13  Andrew Macmartin (CAN) 19:07 50:23 31:32 1:42:08
14  Samuel Pierreclaud (FRA) 19:17 50:07 31:46 1:42:17
15  Craig Walton (AUS) 18:22 49:42 33:19 1:42:22
16  Loch Vollermerhaus (CAN) 19:35 49:28 32:15 1:42:47
17  Stefan Vuckovic (GER) 20:15 49:19 32:11 1:42:47
18  Uzziel Valderrabano (MEX) 20:13 49:20 32:10 1:42:49
19  Ricardo Gonzalez Davila (MEX) 19:43 49:46 32:13 1:43:04
20  Javier Rosas (MEX) 19:08 49:43 32:38 1:43:16
21  Eric Van Der Linden (NED) 19:21 50:05 32:42 1:43:22
22  Stéphane Poulat (FRA) 19:18 50:05 33:01 1:43:29
23  Chippy Slater (AUS) 19:21 50:14 33:13 1:43:47
24  Abe Rogers (USA) 19:56 48:18 34:47 1:43:56
25  Joachim Franzmann (GER) 19:50 49:40 33:29 1:44:04
26  Leonardo Casadio Jardim (BRA) 19:46 49:40 33:32 1:44:08
27  Emerson Gomes (BRA) 19:37 49:47 33:27 1:44:10
28  Jason Harper (AUS) 19:34 49:57 33:44 1:44:18
29  Fedor Filipov (RUS) 19:42 49:49 33:35 1:44:20
30  Fabrizio Ferraresi (ITA) 20:49 51:21 31:07 1:44:27
Sources:[2]

Women's Championship[edit]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Jackie Gallagher (AUS) 21:36 54:16 33:32 1:50:51
Silver medal icon.svg  Emma Carney (AUS) 21:51 54:04 34:39 1:51:43
Bronze medal icon.svg  Carol Montgomery (CAN) 20:22 55:21 34:52 1:52:06
4  Rina Hill (AUS) 20:11 56:05 34:46 1:52:15
5  Karen Smyers (USA) 21:46 54:02 35:30 1:52:42
6  Anja Dittmer (GER) 21:45 54:10 36:13 1:53:13
7  Nicole Andronicus (AUS) 21:00 54:48 36:24 1:53:35
8  Jenny Rose (NZL) 21:48 54:00 37:07 1:54:13
9  Sharon Donnelly (CAN) 20:02 54:38 38:23 1:54:26
10  Nancy Kemp-Arendt (LUX) 20:23 55:30 37:28 1:54:33
11  Magali Di Marco Messmer (SUI) 20:07 55:51 37:29 1:54:39
12  Suzanne Nielsen (DEN) 21:55 56:50 34:56 1:54:57
13  Sarah Harrow (NZL) 20:57 55:09 38:12 1:55:28
14  Julie Nievergelt (USA) 20:42 55:19 38:23 1:55:35
15  Gail Laurence (USA) 21:03 55:01 38:20 1:55:38
16  Evelyn Williamson (NZL) 21:27 54:28 38:27 1:55:39
17  Wieke Hoogzaad (NED) 20:59 55:01 39:24 1:55:56
18  Barbara Lindquist (USA) 19:46 56:13 38:50 1:56:00
19  Natasja Hilgeholt (NZL) 21:04 54:59 39:04 1:56:18
20  Natascha Badmann (SUI) 23:41 55:10 36:42 1:56:37
21  Kathleen Smet (BEL) 20:04 54:35 40:58 1:56:51
22  Maribel Blanco (ESP) 22:39 57:54 35:33 1:56:59
23  Ute Mueckel (GER) 19:33 56:15 39:58 1:56:59
24  Haruna Hosoya (JPN) 21:33 56:08 39:05 1:57:04
25  Brigitte Scheithauer (GER) 20:56 54:55 40:03 1:57:17
26  Mieke Suys (BEL) 21:54 56:59 38:07 1:58:00
27  Joanne Ritchie (CAN) 22:39 57:47 36:43 1:58:21
28  Sylvia Corbett (CAN) 22:23 57:53 37:09 1:58:30
29  Siri Lindley (USA) 22:38 57:49 37:09 1:58:45
30  Virginia Berasategi (ESP) 22:21 57:49 37:17 1:58:45
Sources:[3]

Junior men[edit]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Sébastien Berlier (FRA) 20:42 54:04 31:29 1:49:24
Silver medal icon.svg  Andreas Raelert (GER) 20:34 54:17 31:38 1:49:42
Bronze medal icon.svg  Trent Chapman (AUS) 21:04 54:00 31:49 1:49:55
Sources:[4]

Junior women[edit]

Rank Name Swim Bike Run Time
Gold medal icon.svg  Joanne King (AUS) 24:49 59:04 34:09 2:01:16
Silver medal icon.svg  Marie Overbye (DEN) 23:19 59:46 37:09 2:03:32
Bronze medal icon.svg  Erika Molnar (HUN) 23:13 02:27 34:46 2:03:44
Sources:[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1996 Cleveland ITU Triathlon World Championships". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 27 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "1996 Cleveland ITU Triathlon World Championships : Aug 24 1996 : Elite Men : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  3. ^ "1996 Cleveland ITU Triathlon World Championships : Aug 24 1996 : Elite Women : Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  4. ^ "1996 Cleveland ITU Triathlon World Championships : Aug 24 1996 : Junior Men: Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "1996 Cleveland ITU Triathlon World Championships : Aug 24 1996 : Junior Women A: Results". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 28 August 2014.