GB Age-Group medals: Rotterdam SPRINT Distance World Champs

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35 Medals for the GB Sprint Distance Team in Rotterdam

Well, that was a rather good day for the GB Sprint Distance athletes in Rotterdam. 13 Gold medals, from a total of 35 Sprint Distance podium finishes.

Jacqui Phillips (50-54) and Barbara Holmes (55-59) both retained titles won 12 months ago in Cozumel, while the familiar name of Richard Stannard made his Age-Group debut – and won the 40-44 division.

Check out the full list of medallists below. A total of 35 Sprint Distance medals was even bigger than the 29 podiums achieved at the Hyde Park World Championships in 2013. Check out the full analysis of that too, below.

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Rotterdam ITU Triathlon World Championships – Sunday 17th September 2017
Age Group Sprint Distance: 750m / 20km / 5km – Draft-Legal

British Age-Group Team Medals (35)

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Gold (13)

  • Emma Dixon -F20-24
  • James Dean – M25-29
  • Craig Dale – M30-34
  • Amy Pritchard – F35-39
  • James Wilson – M35-39
  • Gwen Kinsey – F40-44
  • Richard Stannard – M40-44
  • Jacqui Phillips – F50-54
  • Barbara Holmes – F55-59
  • Anne Hughes – F60-64
  • Wendy Read – F65-69
  • Georgina Jennings – F70-74
  • Brian Tate – M70-74

Silver (14)

  • Reuben Trotter – M16-19
  • Fiona Gibson – F20-24
  • Ben Parnell – M30-34
  • Nicola Timmins – F35-39
  • Chris Stanton – M35-39
  • Trish Deykin – F40-44
  • Joanne Gorrod – F45-49
  • Maria Powell – F50-54
  • Penny Rother – F55-59
  • Mary Derrick – F60-64
  • Jane Leslie – F65-69
  • Maggie Mann – F70-74
  • Michael Smallwood – M70-74
  • Judith Mackay – F80-84

Bronze (8)

  • Brittany Tate – F20-24
  • Victoria Voysey – F25-29
  • Paul Ryman – M35-39
  • Lena Poulton – F40-44
  • Emma Fisher – F45-49
  • Karen Cole – F60-64
  • Carol Clarke – F65-69
  • Jane Askey – F75-79

GREAT BRITAIN AGE-GROUP SPRINT WORLD’S MEDALS
COMPARISON TO PREVIOUS CHAMPIONSHIPS

Year Gold Silver Bronze Grand Total
2017 – Rotterdam 13 14 8 35
2016 – Cozumel 3 6 2 11
2015 – Chicago 1 4 6 11
2014 – Edmonton 2 8 3 13
2013 – London 12 12 5 29
2012 – Auckland 4 4 5 13
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