Photo Competition: WTS Abu Dhabi

19 Dec, 2015 09:30 • Español

We still can’t get over how epic the 2015 World Triathlon Series season was. From Javier Gomez Noya fulfilling his drive for five World Championship titles and becoming the first athlete to ever do so, to Gwen Jorgensen claiming a back-to-back World Championship title after a perfect undefeated season, it truly was one of the most historic seasons that ITU has ever seen. They were moments no one will ever want to forget, and luckily for us, our talented photographers Delly Carr, Janos Schmidt and Rich Cruse were able to capture the moments for us so we never have to!

So, in the spirit of competition and the holidays right around the corner, may we present to you: the annual photo competition!

This year we started things off in an area of the world that ITU had yet to have the privilege of racing in. The 2015 season kicked off in Abu Dhabi, the capital city of the United Arab Emirates and became the first city to host a WTS race in the Middle East. Spaniard Mario Mola opened up the season by showcasing his strength in the run when he broke away from a three-man pack and earned the first men’s elite gold medal of the season.

The women’s race saw USA’s Jorgensen start the season just like she ended the season before: with a win. Bringing her streak up to six consecutive victories since WTS Yokohama, her come from behind performance brought her to the top of the podium for her first time in the year.

Abu Dhabi was an incredible start to the 2015 season, so in honour of the incredible year, please help us choose which photo from Abu Dhabi that you think was the best.


1.
Gwen Abu Dhabi

2.
Abu Dhabi foot print

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abu dhabi bikes

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Poll Results
Poll
  • 1. - 49.01%
  • 2. - 10.96%
  • 3. - 9.11%
  • 4. - 1.45%
  • 5. - 12.55%
  • 6. - 0.53%
  • 7. - 8.06%
  • 8. - 8.32%

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Related Event: 2015 ITU World Triathlon Abu Dhabi
06 - 07 Mar, 2015 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Mario Mola ESP 00:52:32
2. Vincent Luis FRA 00:52:45
3. Richard Murray RSA 00:52:50
4. Joao Silva POR 00:53:02
5. Jonathan Brownlee GBR 00:53:03
6. Javier Gomez Noya ESP 00:53:12
7. Fernando Alarza ESP 00:53:17
8. Igor Polyanskiy RUS 00:53:18
9. Vicente Hernandez ESP 00:53:20
10. Sven Riederer SUI 00:53:28
Results: Elite Women
1. Gwen Jorgensen USA 00:58:59
2. Katie Zaferes USA 00:59:15
3. Flora Duffy BER 00:59:23
4. Barbara Riveros CHI 00:59:37
5. Andrea Hewitt NZL 00:59:38
6. Lindsey Jerdonek USA 00:59:40
7. Charlotte McShane AUS 00:59:44
8. Yuka Sato JPN 00:59:48
9. Sarah True USA 00:59:51
10. Kaitlin Donner USA 00:59:53
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