Bryukhankov, Rouault and Sexton progress to Tiszaujvaros final

10 Aug, 2013 06:18 • Español

Pre-race favourites Alexander Bryukhankov, Grégory Rouault and Brendan Sexton are among the big names to have progressed to the ITU Tiszaujvaros World Cup final tomorrow. In a exciting day of intense racing, none of the athletes won their heats but will be more than satisfied to progress to the final unscathed.

Rouault, a World Cup winner in Edmonton this year finished third in Heat 4, said: “I think I had an alright swim but we got between two packs on the bike. It was a bit slow at the time. But I made it through and tomorrow is another day. I’m looking forward to tomorrow it’s going to be exciting.

“It’s fun, it’s really fun because you get to play a bit. You are racing back to back and you have to be tactical. Do I race hard or do I just qualify? Do I chase those guys? It’s fun.”

The fastest time of the day went to Stefan Zachaeus (GER) in the first heat, who finished ahead of Bryukhankov. Under23 European Champion Florin Salvisberg (SUI) also progressed from this heat alongside the returning Frederic Belaubre, who was out on his own at one stage, before cruising home in fifth place.

Full Results Semifinal 1

Yegor Martynenko (UKR) won the second heat after setting a fast pace on the run that the rest of the field were happy not to match. Sean Jefferson (USA) produced a storming finish to move up from eighth approaching the final lap to finish fourth and secure qualification.

Full Results Semifinal 2

Declan Wilson (AUS) continued his excellent form in 2013 by winning Heat 3 and progressing to tomorrow’s final. After the race, Wilson said: “It’s good to know that I’ve made an easy berth through.

“I tried to maintain a steady rhythm throughout and we’ll see how I do tomorrow. I want a solid swim tomorrow. I want to tick through the race and if I have solid ticks I can have a good result.”

Wilson led home Joe Maloy (USA), Rostyslav Pevtsov (UKR), Oleksiy Syutkin (UKR) and Andrea Salvisberg (SUI).

Full results Semifinal 3

In the final heat, Anthony Pujades (FRA) put down a marker by winning Heat 4. Pujades was third last year and he cruised through the run with Wian Sullwald (RSA). Both athletes were in cruise control before Pujades knicked it on the line.

Rouault came in third with Brendan Sexton fourth. Sebastian Rank, part of Germany’s successful European Championship relay team, showed his sprint pace to finish fifth and qualify for the final.

Full results Semi Final 4
Elite Men Final Start List


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Related Event: 2013 Tiszaujvaros ITU Triathlon World Cup
10 - 11 Aug, 2013 • event page
Results - Elite Men
1. Florin Salvisberg SUI 00:53:46
2. Francesc Godoy Contreras ESP 00:53:54
3. Frederic Belaubre FRA 00:53:58
4. Declan Wilson AUS 00:54:00
5. Grégory Rouault USA 00:54:03
6. Alexander Bryukhankov RUS 00:54:07
7. Andrea Salvisberg SUI 00:54:08
8. Wian Sullwald RSA 00:54:10
9. Stefan Zachaeus LUX 00:54:14
10. Rostislav Pevtsov AZE 00:54:21
Results - Elite Women
1. Katie Zaferes USA 01:00:25
2. Aileen Reid IRL 01:00:52
3. Sara Vilic AUT 01:00:58
4. Anne Tabarant FRA 01:01:08
5. Natalie Van Coevorden AUS 01:01:14
6. Natalie Milne GBR 01:01:19
7. Lucy Hall GBR 01:01:26
8. Erin Storie USA 01:01:34
9. Katie Hewison GBR 01:01:39
10. Ai Ueda JPN 01:01:41
Results - Semifinal 1 Elite Men
1. Stefan Zachaeus LUX 00:54:18
2. Alexander Bryukhankov RUS 00:54:31
3. Tommy Zaferes USA 00:54:32
4. Florin Salvisberg SUI 00:54:36
5. Frederic Belaubre FRA 00:54:59
6. Ben Kanute USA 00:55:12
7. Justus Nieschlag GER 00:55:25
8. Gábor Faldum HUN 00:55:42
9. Martin Van Barneveld NZL 00:55:45
10. Brice Daubord FRA 00:56:09
Results - Semifinal 2 Elite Men
1. Yegor Martynenko UKR 00:55:30
2. Luciano Taccone ARG 00:55:39
3. Rodrigo Gonzalez MEX 00:55:39
4. Sean Jefferson USA 00:55:41
5. Aaron Harris GBR 00:55:44
6. Marcel Walkington AUS 00:55:45
7. Peter Kerr AUS 00:55:46
8. William Huffman USA 00:55:57
9. Miguel Arraiolos POR 00:56:05
10. Valentin Mechsheryakov KAZ 00:56:12
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