2010 ITU World Championship Series

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The Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship Series 2010 was a series of six World Championship Triathlon Events leading to a Grand Final held in Budapest, Hungary in September 2010. The Series was organised under the auspices of the world governing body of triathlon – the International Triathlon Union (ITU) – and was sponsored by Dextro Energy.

Series events[edit]

The series touched down on three continents, stopping in some locations used in the 2009 series, as well as some new ones. Budapest was a successful new venue for the ITU World Cup/World Championships.

Date[1] Location Status
April 11 Australia Sydney Event
May 8 South Korea Seoul Event
June 5–6 Spain Madrid Event
July 17–18 Germany Hamburg Event
July 24–25 United Kingdom London, United Kingdom Event
August 14–15 Austria Kitzbühel Event
September 8–12 Hungary Budapest, Hungary Grand Final

Results[edit]

Overall world championship[edit]

Points were distributed at each World Championship Event to the top 40 finishers in the men's and women's elite races, and to the top 50 finishers at the Grand Final. Points towards the ITU World Championship ranking could also be obtained at the World Cup events. The sum of each athlete's best four points scores in the World Championship and World Cup Events (maximum of two World Cup scores) and the points score from the World Championship Grand Final determined the final ranking.[2]

Men's championship[edit]

Rank Name Nation World Cups World Championship Events Grand
Final
Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 AUS KOR ESP GER UK AUT
1 Javier Gomez  Spain 339 633 800 800 740 1110 3789
2 Steffen Justus  Germany 633 586 464 429 182 1027 3138
3 Brad Kahlefeldt  Australia 300 34 367 685 542 542 464 879 3110
4 Jan Frodeno  Germany 220 71 800 542 740 685 685 53 2962
5 João Silva  Portugal 300 156 501 397 367 501 950 2649
6 Alistair Brownlee  Great Britain 800 397 38 1200 2435
7 Sven Riederer   Switzerland 123 685 633 269 248 695 2405
8 Alexander Brukhankov  Russia 138 740 586 397 429 633 367 2388
9 David Hauss  France 203 685 61 429 813 2190
10 Courtney Atkinson  Australia 138 257 740 740 213 146 2096

Full ranking:[3]

Women's championship[edit]

Rank Name Nation World Cups World Championship Events Grand
Final
Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 AUS KOR ESP GER UK AUT
1 Emma Moffatt  Australia 278 685 685 740 429 586 1110 3805
2 Nicola Spirig   Switzerland 633 800 740 213 1027 3413
3 Lisa Norden  Sweden 586 314 800 114 740 950 3389
4 Helen Jenkins  Great Britain 257 269 429 685 685 633 752 3183
5 Paula Findlay  Canada 300 237 800 800 879 3016
6 Andrea Hewitt  New Zealand 220 740 586 542 633 685 233 2877
7 Kate Roberts  South Africa 237 542 339 633 464 542 550 2731
8 Vicky Holland  Great Britain 127 397 197 586 542 314 813 2651
9 Mariko Adachi  Japan 188 633 501 633 339 83 471 2578
10 Laura Bennett  United States 86 203 290 501 586 464 695 2536

Full ranking:[4]

Event medalists[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sydney  Bevan Docherty (NZL)  Alexander Brukhankov (RUS)  David Hauss (FRA)
Seoul  Jan Frodeno (GER)  Courtney Atkinson (AUS)  Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)
Madrid  Alistair Brownlee (GBR)  Courtney Atkinson (AUS)  Sven Riederer (SUI)
Hamburg  Javier Gómez (ESP)  Jan Frodeno (GER)  Tim Don (GBR)
London  Javier Gómez (ESP)  Jonathan Brownlee (GBR)  Jan Frodeno (GER)
Kitzbühel  Stuart Hayes (GBR)  Javier Gómez (ESP)  Jan Frodeno (GER)
Budapest  Alistair Brownlee (GBR)  Javier Gómez (ESP)  Steffen Justus (GER)
Final Ranking[5]  Javier Gómez (ESP)  Steffen Justus (GER)  Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)

Women[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Sydney  Bárbara Riveros Díaz (CHI)  Andrea Hewitt (NZL)  Emma Moffatt (AUS)
Seoul  Daniela Ryf (SUI)  Bárbara Riveros Díaz (CHI)  Emma Moffatt (AUS)
Madrid  Nicola Spirig (SUI)  Emmie Charayron (FRA)  Helen Jenkins (GBR)
Hamburg  Lisa Nordén (SWE)  Emma Moffatt (AUS)  Aileen Morrison (IRL)
London  Paula Findlay (CAN)  Nicola Spirig (SUI)  Helen Jenkins (GBR)
Kitzbühel  Paula Findlay (CAN)  Lisa Nordén (SWE)  Andrea Hewitt (NZL)
Budapest  Emma Snowsill (AUS)  Emma Moffatt (AUS)  Nicola Spirig (SUI)
Final Ranking[5]  Emma Moffatt (AUS)  Nicola Spirig (SUI)  Lisa Nordén (SWE)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ITU Triathlon World Championship Series schedule". International Triathlon Union. Archived from the original on 12 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-04-11. 
  2. ^ "Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship Series 2009: Ranking Criteria" (PDF). International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 2009-05-02. 
  3. ^ "2010 ITU Triathlon World Championships Men's Standings" (PDF). International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 2016-02-20. 
  4. ^ "2010 ITU Triathlon World Championships Women's Standings" (PDF). International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 2016-02-20. 
  5. ^ a b "World Championship Rankings 2010". International Triathlon Union. Retrieved 2011-02-15. 

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