Andrey Bryukhankov

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Andrey Bryukhankov at the European Cup triathlon in Antalya, 2011.

Andrey Alexandrovich Bryukhankov (Russian Андрей Александрович Брюханков, in ITU rankings also misspelled as Brukhankov, born 27 February 1991 in Rybinsk) is a Russian professional triathlete, bronze medalist at the Russian Elite Aquathlon Championships and bronze medalist at the Russian U23 Triathlon Championships of the year 2011, and a member of the Russian National Team. Andrey's elder brother is the Russian Triathlon Champion of the year 2011 Alexander Bryukhankov.

On 12 October 2010, he was honored with the prestigious title Master of Sports (Мастер срорта России) Andrey Bryukhankov also takes part in non ITU elite competitions. At the Volkswagen Aldiana Triathlon in Cyprus, in which most of the Russian elite triathletes took part, he placed fourth in the sprint category.[1]

In 2010, Andrey Bryukhankov also took part in two triathlons of the prestigious French Club Championship Series Lyonnaise des Eaux and, like his elder brother Alexander Bryukhankov, he represented Mulhouse Olympique Tri. At the Triathlon de Paris (18 July 2010), he placed 45th in the individual ranking. At the Grand Final in La Baule (Triathlon Audencia, 18 September 2010), Andrey Bryukhankov placed 40th.

ITU Competitions[edit]

In the five years from 2006 to 2010, Andrey Bryukhankov took part in 15 ITU competitions and achieved 7 top ten positions. In 2010, for instance, he won the silver medal at the European Championships (Junior) and two medals at the Junior European Cup. From 2009 on Andrey Bryukhankov has also taken part in Elite triathlons.

The following list is based upon the official ITU rankings and the ITU Athletes's Profile Page.[2] Unless indicated otherwise, the following events are triathlons (Olympic Distance) and refer to the Elite category.

Date Competition Place Rank
  2006-10-18   Junior European Cup Alanya 25
  2007-10-24   Junior European Cup Alanya 4
  2008-05-10   European Championships (Junior) Lisbon 35
  2008-06-05   World Championships (Junior) Vancouver 46
  2008-10-26   Junior European Cup Alanya 3
  2009-07-02   European Championships (Junior) Holten 20
  2009-08-08   Junior European Cup Tiszaújváros 7
  2009-09-09   Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final: Junior World Championships Gold Coast 8
  2009-10-25   Premium European Cup Alanya 31
  2010-05-22   European Cup Senec 13
  2010-07-03   European Championships (Junior) Athlone 2
  2010-08-01   Junior European Cup Tabor 2
  2010-08-28   European Championships (U23) Vila Nova de Gaia (Porto) 34
  2010-09-08   Dextro Energy World Championship Series, Grand Final: Junior World Championships Budapest 22
  2010-10-24   Junior European Cup Alanya 1
  2011-04-03   European Cup Antalya 28
  2011-07-03   European Cup Penza 9

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  1. ^ See "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-04-11. Retrieved 2011-04-19. . Retrieved 2 July 2011.
  2. ^ See Retrieved 5 July 2011.