Triathletes: London Marathon 2019

Speedy triathletes run Virgin Money London Marathon 2019

Here are a few (email via if we’ve missed any), speedy triathlete-related names, past or present, who we’ve spotted towards the front end of the results lists in the 2019 edition of the event.

No doubt we’ve overlooked a few, so do get in touch if you’ve spotted anyone we should add in.

This is a live work-in-progress and will be updated regularly as we spot and/or get updated on any notable names we’ve missed!

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Andrew Greenleaf2:24:34Team Freespeed / Kona Qualifier / Ballbuster Record Holder
Michael Taylor2:25:15RAF Tri / Nice Tri / Sub-9 IM athlete
James Ellis2:26:39Ful-on Tri, GB AG athlete, IRONMAN
Matthew Alderson2:28:12Kona finisher 2016
Josh Holman2:32:46Ely Tri Club
Chris Cope2:33:5920-minute PB, Chris will be racing Kona this year
Reece Barclay2:34:10IRONMAN Pro
James Gilfillan2:35:32Former AG Duathlon W/Champ & fastest GB amateur at Kona (2014)
Ross Macdonald2:35:41Aiming for a Sub-9 Ironman in 2019
Oliver Bridge2:37:30GB AG triathlete
Piers Vallance2:39:00GB AG triathlete
Tom Dudden2:39:25GB AG triathlete
Joe Spraggins2:39:572018 Kona qualifier
Matthew Hammerton2:41:41GB AG triathlete
Richard Giles2:42:529:27 Ironman athlete
Matthew Davies2:47:152018 Kona finisher
Jamie Hinton2:48:11Former Team Freespeed athlete
Kevin Rogers2:48:12Perth Tri Club
Andrew Gordon2:49:06Gibraltar Commonwealth Games athlete
Hywel Davies2:50:52Multi-talented athlete across all disciplines and formats
Andy Yiannouzis2:51:44Ironman athlete
Peter Harrison2:52:53Multiple Kona qualifier
Daymian Underhill2:58:36GB AG Athlete
Lloyd Seaman3:07:49Ful-on Tri
Martin Gannon3:10:42Kona podium in 2018

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London marathon 2019 – 2:39:57 • As ever, an absolutely unbelievable day. Went out far too hard, hitting halfway in 1:18:30. Knew I was in trouble from that point, and suffered all the way home. • If it wasn’t for Paul Hunt, @billybowks and @erees7 dragging me along Embankment, sub 2:40 would’ve never happened. • Thank you SO MUCH to everyone that shouted at me en route. It picked me up when I needed it most, and the support was just insane. • As always, biggest props go to the boss @_katielysons – my inspiration to get out training and work hard day after day. • Guess I better start thinking about that ironman in 10 weeks now.. 😂 • • • @claphamchasers @londonmarathon #vlm2019 #londonmarathon #marathon #londonmarathon2019 #running #runner #marathontraining

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Marie Rabie2:48:5211th at Rio 2016 Olympic Games Triathlon for South Africa
Katie Synge2:50:39Regular in British Triathlon Super Series events
Victoria Nealon2:50:52Winner of LCW Wales 2018
Bethan Male2:51:35GB AG triathlete
Chrissie Wellington2:52:084x IRONMAN World Champion
Emma Davis2:53:39Beijing 2008 Olympian
Alison Rowatt2:54:57Mulitple IRONMAN World Championship AG podium finisher
Edwina Mcdowell2:56:07GB AG triathlete
Joanne Shale2:56:34GB AG triathlete - winner of AG 55-59 today in London
Justine Lynch3:04:53GB AG triathlete
Laura Hicks3:12:58Aloha Tri
Helene Rossiter3:15:15Kona 2017 finisher
Becky Hoare3:17:59Former IRONMAN Military World Champion
Tamsin Ede3:18:56Ful-On Tri
Caroline Greenaway3:20:01Hillingdon Triathletes
Shawnie Lovatt3:21:17Off That Couch Fitness
Diane Hier3:22:39ETU AG Medal winner 2018
Ursula Hankinson3:23:30Ful-on Tri
Charlotte Ellis3:23:47Former Paratri World Champ, racing in the World Para Marathon (guided by Lucy Niemz)
Sally Benton3:29:46Ful-on Tri
Elizabeth Gannon3:31:01Multiple Kona finisher
Fiona Ford3:31:58Former ITU AG World Champion and Kona podium athlete
Gemma Korff3:36:05Berkshire Tri Squad
Mollie Pearse3:36:34IM 70.3 W/Champs qualifier 2019
Boo Smith3:48:342017 Kona Qualifier / Multiple ETU Duathlon AG medal winner