2007 ITU Triathlon World Cup

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2007 ITU Triathlon World Cup
Series details
Races15
Men's World Cup
1st Javier Gómez (ESP)
2nd Simon Whitfield (CAN)
3rd Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)
Most winsJavier Gómez (4)
Women's World Cup
1st Vanessa Fernandes (POR)
2nd Emma Moffatt (AUS)
3rd Samantha Warriner (NZL)
Most winsVanessa Fernandes (6)

The 2007 ITU Triathlon World Cup was a series of triathlon races organised by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) for elite-level triathletes. There were fifteen races held in fourteen countries, each held over a distance of 1500 m swim, 40 km cycle, 10 km run (an Olympic-distance triathlon).[1][2] Alongside a prize purse, points were awarded at each race contributing towards the overall World Cup for which an additional prize purse was awarded. The 2007 World Cup was sponsored by BG Group.[1]

Venues, dates and prize purses[edit]

Date City County Prize purse (US$)
Mar 25 Mooloolaba  Australia 100,000
Apr 15 Ishigaki  Japan 100,000
May 6 Lisbon  Portugal 100,000
May 13 Richards Bay  South Africa 100,000
Jun 3 Madrid  Spain 100,000
Jun 10 Vancouver  Canada 100,000
Jun 17 Des Moines  United States 700,000
Jun 24 Edmonton  Canada 100,000
Jul 22 Kitzbuehel  Austria 100,000
Jul 29 Salford  United Kingdom 100,000
Aug 12 Tiszaújváros  Hungary 100,000
Sep 16 Beijing  China 100,000
Oct 7 Rhodes  Greece 100,000
Nov 3 Cancún  Mexico 65,000
Dec 1 Eilat  Israel 50,000

Event results[edit]

Mooloolaba[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 1:49:22 Emma Snowsill  Australia 1:59:20
Silver medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:49:26 Erin Densham  Australia 1:59:51
Bronze medal icon.svg Kris Gemmell  New Zealand 1:49:36 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:00:01
Source:[3]

Ishigaki[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Courtney Atkinson  Australia 1:53:27 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:04:16
Silver medal icon.svg Bevan Docherty  New Zealand 1:54:13 Emma Snowsill  Australia 2:04:34
Bronze medal icon.svg Kris Gemmell  New Zealand 1:54:26 Debbie Tanner  New Zealand 2:04:51
Source:[3]

Lisbon[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:52:41 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:04:45
Silver medal icon.svg Filip Ospalý  Czech Republic 1:52:53 Michelle Dillon  Great Britain 2:06:05
Bronze medal icon.svg Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 1:52:58 Christiane Pilz  Germany 2:06:30
Source:[3]

Richards Bay[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Hendrik De Villiers  South Africa 1:52:53 Kirsten Sweetland  Canada 2:03:32
Silver medal icon.svg Volodymyr Polikarpenko  Ukraine 1:52:56 Magali Di marco Messmer   Switzerland 2:03:47
Bronze medal icon.svg Alexander Brukhankov  Russia 1:53:01 Christiane Pilz  Germany 2:03:49
Source:[3]

Madrid[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Filip Ospalý  Czech Republic 1:55:47 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:07:33
Silver medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:55:52 Andrea Hewitt  New Zealand 2:08:25
Bronze medal icon.svg Iván Raña  Spain 1:56:06 Michelle Dillon  United Kingdom 2:08:30
Source:[3]

Vancouver[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Simon Whitfield  Canada 1:49:16 Samantha Warriner  New Zealand 2:03:25
Silver medal icon.svg Andy Potts  United States 1:49:18 Sarah Haskins  United States 2:04:00
Bronze medal icon.svg Matthew Reed  United States 1:50:10 Erin Densham  Australia 2:04:10
Source:[3]

Des Moines[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Rasmus Henning  Denmark 1:50:04 Laura Bennett  United States 2:04:32
Silver medal icon.svg Bevan Docherty  New Zealand 1:50:34 Annabel Luxford  Australia 2:04:47
Bronze medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:50:46 Mariana Ohata  Brazil 2:05:30
Source:[3]

Edmonton[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Bevan Docherty  New Zealand 1:45:54 Emma Moffatt  Australia 1:57:52
Silver medal icon.svg Alexander Brukhankov  Russia 1:46:14 Kirsten Sweetland  Canada 1:57:53
Bronze medal icon.svg Sven Riederer   Switzerland 1:46:42 Annabel Luxford  Australia 1:58:10
Source:[3]

Kitzbuehel[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Simon Whitfield  Canada 1:42:56 Andrea Hewitt  New Zealand 1:54:31
Silver medal icon.svg Frédéric Belaubre  France 1:42:57 Eva Dollinger  Austria 1:54:34
Bronze medal icon.svg Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 1:43:01 Nicky Samuels  New Zealand 1:54:45
Source:[3]

Salford[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:51:47 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:02:59
Silver medal icon.svg Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 1:51:59 Samantha Warriner  New Zealand 2:03:17
Bronze medal icon.svg Simon Whitfield  Canada 1:52:04 Kate Allen  Austria 2:03:23
Source:[3]

Tiszaújváros[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:47:44 Samantha Warriner  New Zealand 2:00:11
Silver medal icon.svg Kris Gemmell  New Zealand 1:47:52 Emma Moffatt  Australia 2:00:31
Bronze medal icon.svg Frédéric Belaubre  France 1:48:03 Debbie Tanner  New Zealand 2:00:35
Source:[3]

Beijing[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Javier Gómez  Spain 1:48:41 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:00:36
Silver medal icon.svg Courtney Atkinson  Australia 1:49:04 Emma Snowsill  Australia 2:01:51
Bronze medal icon.svg Bevan Docherty  New Zealand 1:49:08 Laura Bennett  United States 2:02:06
Source:[3]

Rhodes[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Kris Gemmell  New Zealand 1:51:53 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 2:02:06
Silver medal icon.svg Alistair Brownlee  Great Britain 1:51:57 Andrea Whitcombe  Great Britain 2:03:05
Bronze medal icon.svg Courtney Atkinson  Australia 1:52:20 Vendula Frintová  Czech Republic 2:03:21
Source:[3]

Cancún[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Simon Whitfield  Canada 1:52:05 Julie Ertel  United States 2:03:22
Silver medal icon.svg Paul Tichelaar  Canada 1:52:06 Carole Peon  France 2:03:34
Bronze medal icon.svg Vladimir Polikarpenko  Ukraine 1:52:08 Sarah Haskins  United States 2:03:37
Source:[3]

Eilat[edit]

Place Men Women
Name Nation Time Name Nation Time
Gold medal icon.svg Hirokatsu Tayama  Japan 1:49:46 Nicola Spirig   Switzerland 2:02:42
Silver medal icon.svg Vladimir Polikarpenko  Ukraine 1:50:32 Juri Ide  Japan 2:03:10
Bronze medal icon.svg Alexander Brukhankov  Russia 1:50:36 Annabel Luxford  Australia 2:03:21
Source:[3]

Overall rankings[edit]

At each race of the series points were awarded to the top 20 finishers per the table below. Double points were awarded for results achieved in the ITU Triathlon World Championship race in Hamburg, Germany on 1–2 September.


Finishing position World Cup points
1 50
2 44
3 39
4 35
5 31
6 27
7 24
8 21
9 18
10 15
11 13
12 11
13 9
14 7
15 6
16 5
17 4
18 3
19 2
20 1

Men[edit]

Rank Name Points
1  Javier Gómez (ESP) 415
2  Simon Whitfield (CAN) 338
3  Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS) 298
4  Bevan Docherty (NZL) 286
5  Kris Gemmell (NZL) 261
6  Volodymyr Polikarpenko (UKR) 214
7  Alexander Brukhankov (RUS) 213
8  Courtney Atkinson (AUS) 164
9  Iván Raña (ESP) 136
10  Daniel Unger (GER) 135
Source:[3]

Women[edit]

Rank Name Points
1  Vanessa Fernandes (POR) 439
2  Emma Moffatt (AUS) 259
3  Samantha Warriner (NZL) 254
4  Emma Snowsill (AUS) 226
5  Debbie Tanner (NZL) 225
6  Nicola Spirig (SUI) 222
7  Laura Bennett (USA) 216
8  Sarah Haskins (USA) 196
 Annabel Luxford (USA) 196
10  Magali Messmer (SUI) 170
Source:[3]

Medal table[edit]

Rank Nation Men Women Total
 Gold  Silver  Bronze  Gold  Silver  Bronze
1  Australia 2 2 3 2 5 3 17
2  New Zealand 2 3 3 3 2 3 16
3  Spain 4 2 2 0 0 0 8
4  Canada 3 1 1 1 1 0 7
 Portugal 0 0 0 6 0 1 7
 United States 0 1 1 2 1 2 7
7  Great Britain 0 1 0 0 2 1 4
8  Czech Republic 1 1 0 0 0 1 3
 France 0 1 1 0 1 0 3
 Russia 0 1 2 0 0 0 3
  Switzerland 0 0 1 1 1 0 3
 Ukraine 0 2 1 0 0 0 3
13  Austria 0 0 0 0 1 1 2
 Germany 0 0 0 0 0 2 2
 Japan 1 0 0 0 1 0 2
16  Brazil 0 0 0 0 0 1 1
 Denmark 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
 South Africa 1 0 0 0 0 0 1
Source:[3]

Note: Rank is arranged by total number of medals.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "ITU BG World Cup series". Tri247.com. 17 January 2007. Retrieved 20 December 2011.
  2. ^ "History of Triathlon - International Triathlon Union (ITU)". ClearLead Inc. Retrieved 20 December 2011.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "2007 World Cup" (PDF). International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 20 December 2011.