The Season to Date After Round #2
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Coming into round three of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series, there are two unexpected names atop of the world rankings. Russia’s Alexander Brukhankov is leading the men’s field with the young Chilean sensation Barbara Riveros Diaz taking the women’s field by surprise with a gold and silver medal in her first two races.
After two hours of intense competition all four races have come down to nail biting finishes. There’s no action better than this on the international racing circuit.
Watch all the action live on www.triathlon.org/tv this weekend June 5 & 6.
Relive all the action here from the first two rounds, and be sure to tune into this weekend’s races from Madrid as Alistair Brownlee and Vanessa Fernandes make their return to top level racing in 2010 live right here on triathlon.org.
Be sure to tune into www.triathlon.org/tv to follow the action as it happens. The women’s race will kick off at 1:15pm CET on Saturday June 5th with the men to follow 1pm CET on Sunday June 6th.
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Series leader Barbera Riveros celebrates with former ITU Development teammate Lisa Norden after her stunning win in the season opener in Sydney.
Related Event: 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series Madrid
|Results: Elite Women|
|9.||Ainhoa Murua Zubizarreta||ESP||02:07:41|
|Results: Elite Men|
|4.||Javier Gomez Noya||ESP||01:53:17|
2008 Beijing Olympic champion Jan Frodeno of Germany kicked past Aussie Courtney Atkinson in the final stretch to take the win in Seoul07:40 - 08 May, 2010
Switzerland's Daniela Ryf won a thrilling sprint finish at round two of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series in Seoul04:34 - 08 May, 2010
Chile's Barbara Riveros Diaz, only 22-years old, won a thrilling sprint finish at the World Championship Series opener in Sydney02:46 - 11 Apr, 2010
Kiwi Bevan Docherty won the Series opener in Sydney, with Russia's Alexander Brukhankov and France's David Hauss rounding out the podium11:57 - 10 Apr, 2010