Triathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Women's

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Women's Triathlon
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Triathlon pictogram.svg
VenueVouliagmeni Olympic Centre
Date25 August
Competitors50 from 26 nations
Winning time2:04:43.45
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Kate Allen  Austria
2nd, silver medalist(s) Loretta Harrop  Australia
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Susan Williams  United States
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2008 →

The women's triathlon was part of the Triathlon at the 2004 Summer Olympics programme. It was the second appearance of the event, which was established in 2000. The competition was held on Wednesday, August 26, 2004 at the Vouliagmeni Olympic Centre in Athens. Fifty triathletes from 26 nations competed.[1]

Competition format[edit]

The race was held over the "international distance" (also called "Olympic distance") and consisted of 1,500 metres (0.93 mi) swimming, 40 kilometres (25 mi), road cycling, and 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) road running.

Results[edit]

Rank # Triathlete Country Swimming Cycling Running Total time Difference
1st, gold medalist(s) 39 Kate Allen  Austria 20:38 1:09:52 34:13 2:04:43.45
2nd, silver medalist(s) 47 Loretta Harrop  Australia 18:37 1:09:05 37:08 2:04:50.17 +0:06.72
3rd, bronze medalist(s) 34 Susan Williams  United States 19:02 1:08:58 37:08 2:05:08.92 +0:25.47
4 24 Kathleen Smet  Belgium 19:42 1:09:25 36:28 2:05:35.89 +0:52.44
5 26 Nadia Cortassa  Italy 20:36 1:09:51 35:18 2:05:45.35 +1:01.90
6 43 Michelle Dillon  Great Britain 20:37 1:09:50 35:33 2:06:00.77 +1:17.32
7 35 Ana Burgos  Spain 20:36 1:09:52 35:34 2:06:02.36 +1:18.91
8 7 Vanessa Fernandes  Portugal 19:20 1:11:07 35:48 2:06:15.39 +1:31.94
9 32 Barbara Lindquist  United States 18:39 1:09:20 38:26 2:06:25.49 +1:42.04
10 50 Brigitte McMahon Huber  Switzerland 19:46 1:10:41 36:40 2:07:07.73 +2:24.28
11 19 Anja Dittmer  Germany 19:41 1:10:46 36:58 2:07:25.07 +2:41.62
12 15 Akiko Sekine  Japan 20:37 1:09:49 37:08 2:07:34.02 +2:50.57
13 36 Pilar Hidalgo  Spain 19:08 1:11:16 37:13 2:07:37.34 +2:53.89
14 16 Kiyomi Niwata  Japan 20:35 1:09:54 37:13 2:07:42.79 +2:59.34
15 24 Beatrice Lanza  Italy 19:47 1:10:37 37:35 2:07:59.26 +3:15.81
16 20 Joelle Franzmann  Germany 18:55 1:11:33 37:50 2:08:18.33 +3:34.88
17 8 Elizabeth May  Luxembourg 19:43 1:10:45 38:01 2:08:29.22 +3:45.77
18 18 Samantha Warriner  New Zealand 19:42 1:10:45 38:15 2:08:42.07 +3:58.62
19 51 Nicola Spirig  Switzerland 20:34 1:09:51 38:19 2:08:44.46 +4:01.01
20 14 Machiko Nakanishi  Japan 19:40 1:10:45 38:26 2:08:51.06 +4:07.61
21 25 Silvia Gemignani  Italy 18:45 1:11:41 38:30 2:08:56.94 +4:13.49
22 42 Mieke Suys  Belgium 20:26 1:09:59 38:47 2:09:12.57 +4:29.12
23 33 Sheila Taormina  United States 18:37 1:09:23 41:21 2:09:21.08 +4:37.63
24 37 Ainhoa Murua  Spain 19:37 1:10:48 39:02 2:09:27.91 +4:44.46
25 30 Wieke Hoogzaad  Netherlands 19:44 1:10:42 39:21 2:09:47.21 +5:03.76
26 5 Lenka Radová  Czech Republic 19:41 1:10:49 39:24 2:09:54.47 +5:11.02
27 29 Samantha McGlone  Canada 21:27 1:11:59 36:48 2:10:14.24 +5:30.79
28 40 Eva Bramboeck  Austria 20:32 1:09:55 39:52 2:10:19.60 +5:36.15
29 36 Tracy Looze  Netherlands 20:40 1:12:48 37:07 2:10:35.81 +5:52.36
30 44 Julie Dibens  Great Britain 19:21 1:11:08 41:17 2:11:46.01 +7:02.56
31 2 Olga Generalova  Russia 19:48 1:10:41 41:19 2:11:48.06 +7:04.61
32 6 Renata Berková  Czech Republic 19:48 1:13:14 38:48 2:11:50.94 +7:07.49
33 49 Rina Hill  Australia 18:41 1:15:32 37:45 2:11:58.86 +7:15.41
34 45 Jodie Swallow  Great Britain 18:58 1:14:05 42:03 2:15:06.78 +10:23.33
35 28 Carol Montgomery  Canada 19:52 1:15:34 39:59 2:15:25.62 +10:42.17
36 4 Megan Hall  South Africa 19:39 1:16:28 40:19 2:16:26.53 +11:43.08
37 11 Mariana Ohata  Brazil 20:33 1:16:09 40:10 2:16:52.97 +12:09.52
38 9 Erika Molnar  Hungary 20:36 1:17:59 39:18 2:17:53.38 +13:09.93
39 27 Jill Savege  Canada 18:44 1:20:12 39:14 2:18:10.99 +13:27.54
40 22 Wang Hong Ni  China 20:39 1:16:26 41:35 2:18:40.07 +13:56.62
41 46 Ekaterina Shatnaya  Kazakhstan 22:00 1:16:50 40:36 2:19:26.75 +14:43.30
42 17 Fiorella D'Croz Brusatin  Colombia 20:32 1:18:19 42:12 2:21:03.46 +16:20.01
43 3 Nancy Alvarez  Argentina 20:58 1:17:50 42:50 2:21:38.66 +16:55.21
44 38 Delphine Pelletier  France 20:40 1:18:13 43:46 2:22:39.28 +17:55.83
1 Nina Anisimova  Russia 19:41 1:16:42 Did not finish
21 Lucie Zelenková  Czech Republic 19:23 Did not finish
48 Maxine Seear  Australia 19:39 Did not finish
12 Sandra Soldan  Brazil 19:41 Did not finish
10 Carla Moreno  Brazil 19:48 Did not finish
23 Lin Xing  China 19:49 LAP
  • * Including Transition 1 (swimming-to-cycling) and T2 (cycling-to-running), roughly a minute.
  • No one is allotted the number 13.
  • LAP - Lapped by the leader on the cycling course.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Triathlon at the 2004 Athens Summer Games: Women's Olympic Distance". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 9 November 2012.

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