Fyn 2018: GB Age-Group medals: Duathlon World’s – Sprint

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Another British medal-fest for the GB Age-Group team in Denmark


ITU Sprint Distance Duathlon World Championship roundup from Fyn

After Friday’s Age-Group Standard Distance (HERE) and Elite / Under-23 / Junior Duathlon World Championships (HERE), Sunday’s racing at the Fyn ITU Multisport World Championship Festival featured the Age-Group Sprint Distance and Paratriathlon races.

After 27 medals over the Standard Distance on Friday, the British Age-Group team collected 32 medals today over the Sprint Distance events.

All of the reports and news from Fyn:

Danny Russell (35-39) was the fastest athlete overall, just seven seconds quicker than Mexico’s Ramos Herrera Zavaleta, who just got the better of another Brit, Daniel Jenkin, who collected his second medal in three days, this time a Silver (M30-34).

The fastest overall female British Age-Group athlete today was Samantha Fawcett (30-34), who took Gold in her division. She was the second fastest Age-Group athlete on the day, 40 seconds slower than Madlen Kappeler (GER).

In the Paraduathlon race, Mark Conway (PTWC) and Adrian Howden (PTS4) both earned Silver medals.

Check out the full roundup of British medallists below.

Multi-medallists – Sprint and Standard

Three British athletes collected medals in both the Standard and Sprint Distance races:

  • Daniel Jenkin: Gold (Standard) and Silver (Sprint) – M30-34
  • Jane Holmes: Silver (Standard) and Gold (Sprint) – F65-69
  • Angela Joiner-Handy: Bronze (Standard) and Bronze (Sprint) – F45-49

Fynske Bank ITU Multisport World Championship, Fyn, Denmark 
ITU Duathlon World Championships – Age-Group, Sprint Distance
5km / 20km / 2.5km

British Age-Group Medals (32)

GOLD (8)

  • Felix Wernham – M20-24
  • Josie Cram – F25-29
  • Kelvin Gomez – M25-29
  • Samantha Fawcett – F30-34
  • Danny Russell – M35-39
  • Sue Clarke – F60-64
  • Jane Holmes – F65-69
  • Anne Dockery – F70-74


  • Holly Dixon – F20-24
  • Rebecca York – F30-34
  • Daniel Jenkin – M30-34
  • Nicola Timmins – F35-39
  • Gwen Kinsey – F40-44
  • Ella Towers – F45-49
  • Cathy Dawson – F50-54
  • Ian Reid – M50-54
  • Amanda Young – F55-59
  • Adam Prentis – M55-59
  • Mick Anglim – M70-74


  • Lotti Knights – F16-19
  • Sandy Holl – M16-19
  • Sarah Grover – F20-24
  • Lee Thompson – M30-34
  • Marie Brush – F40-44
  • Angela Joiner-Handy – F45-49
  • Karen Murphy – F50-54
  • Leon Field – M50-54
  • Sarah Gill – F55-59
  • Stephen Valentine – M55-59
  • Phil Hurr – M60-64
  • Anne Hurrell – F65-69
  • John Peacock – M65-69
John Levison
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John Levison
TRI247's Chief Correspondent, John has been involved in triathlon for well over 30 years, 15 of those writing on these pages, whilst he can also be found commentating for events across the UK.
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