Young Kiwi continues breakthrough 2019 season at Super League Triathlon Malta
Third at the Tokyo Olympic Test event, second at the Super League Jersey and Gold at the ITU Junior/U23 Mixed Relay World Championship – it has certainly been a fine season for New Zealand’s Hayden Wilde.
The continued this past weekend at Super League Triathlon Malta, where he added another podium finish to his C.V., taking third place behind Vincent Luis (FRA) and Kristian Blummenfelt. It wasn’t an easy weekend though, which began on Friday with a big bike crash in training which left him battered, bruised and with stitches in his face. He’s a real character too – and his racing season is not over yet.
I spoke to Hayden after racing on both Saturday and Sunday and yu can check those videos out below, along with some great images of his weekend from the fantastic Super League Triathlon photography team.
After the Equalizer Final (3rd)
Battered, bruised – but The Falcon, Hayden Wilde was flying again in Malta with back-to-back Super League Triathlon podiums. 2019 is not over yet though… as he’s got his sights on racing 70.3 as well.
Posted by Tri247 on Monday, October 21, 2019
Following Saturday’s Enduro Qualification (2nd)
It’s been an awesome 2019 season for ‘The Falcon’, New Zealand’s @Hayden Wilde Athlete. Bruised, cut and with stitches in his face, he still cruised through to Sunday’s final at Super League Triathlon Malta.
Posted by Tri247 on Saturday, October 19, 2019