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Olympic Tri Men: a spectator view
Posted by: Editor
Posted on: Wednesday 7th August 2013

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It was a year ago today (Tuesday 7th August 2012), that Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee - joined on the podium by the Spanish legend Javier Gomez - won Great Britain's first ever medals in triathlon, gold and bronze, at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

To celebrate the anniversary you can revisit our race report from the day HERE, or, how about reliving some of the action below with this Tri247 video exclusive 'spectators view' of the race.

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