We mounted a camera under the seat of Lisa Norden’s bike to get a closer look at the action out on the 40km bike course in Madrid. Be sure to catch the highlights from the action from T1 to T2. The bike segment was eight laps and included a 400m, 12% climb on every lap. Norden ended up finishing in 12th place. Thanks to Lisa for her cooperation!
Turn your computer into a TV and watch the Madrid magazine show before it is even released to broadcasters worldwide. The show is available to watch now on www.triathlonlive.tv
Canadian Paula Findlay wore the number one for the first time and she lived up to her ranking, racking up another impressive victory, this time in her Madrid debut.
The Brownlee brothers climbed on a Dextro Energy Triathlon Series podium together for the first time in Madrid, as Alistair stretched his incredible winning streak in Madrid to three straight years.