Triathlon Australia Award Winners

Triathlon Australia Award Winners

By ITU Admin on 18/02/08 at 12:00 am

Australian stars, Emma Moffatt, Brad Kahlefeldt, Emma Snowsill and Brendan Sexton, have all been named Triathlon Australias 2007 Award Winners at a presentation held this past weekend at Hobart City Hall.

The Athlete of the Year Award, as voted by her peers, has been awarded to 23-year-old Emma Moffatt of New South Wales. 2007 saw Emma achieve her first World Cup victory of her career at the Edmonton BG Triathlon World Cup in Canada on June 24, 2007.  She also placed second at the BG Triathlon World Cup in Tiszaujvaros, Hungary and claimed 4th place in the 2007 BG Triathlon World Championships in Hamburg, Germany. 

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Emma Snowsill has been given this years honour of Female Performance of the Year Award for her silver medal performance in the 2007 BG Triathlon World Championships in Hamburg, Germany.  After trailing by over a minute into the 10km run, Snowsills amazing turn around to take second place, behind Vanessa Fernandes, was one of the best race comebacks of 2007.

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Brad Kahlefeldt, 2006 Athlete of the Year, has been given the Male Performance of the Year Award for his stellar performance at the 2007 Hamburg BG Triathlon World Championships. In the race that came down to a stimulating sprint in the final 200 metres, Kahlefeldt took the bronze in an amazing performance, just behind Spains Javier Gomez and Daniel Unger of Germany.

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Brendan Sexton of Wollongong has also been awarded the Chris Hewitt Emerging Athlete Award, for his performances across the 2007 season, including his silver medal win in the Under 23s at the 2007 Triathlon World Championships in Hamburg.

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Click here to see the photo gallery from the 2007 Hamburg BG Triathlon World Championships


Emma Moffatt, Triathlon Australias 2007 Athlete of the Year
Emma Moffatt, Atleta del Ao del Triatln Australiano 2007

Las estrellas australiana Emma Moffatt, Brad Kahlefeldt, Emma Snowsill y Brendan Sexton han sido galardonados en los premios del 2007 de la Federacin de Triatln australiana en una gala que tuvo lugar el pasado fin de semana en Hobart City Hall.

El premio de Atleta del Ao, se le ha concedido tras los votos de sus compaeros a la atleta de New South Wales y de 23 aos de edad Emma Moffatt. El 2007 fue testigo de la primera victoria en la Copa del Mundo de la carrera de Emma Moffatt, en la Copa del Mundo de Triatln BG de Edmonton, Canad, el 24 de Junio de 2007. Ella tambin consigui la segunda plaza en la Copa del Mundo de Triatln BG de Tiszaujvaros, Hungra y alcanz la cuarta posicin en los Campeonatos del Mundo de Triatln BG 2007 de Hamburgo, Alemania.

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Emma Snowsill ha sido galardonada con el Premio femenino a Mejor Actuacin del Ao por su medalla de plata en los Campeonatos del Mundo de Triatln BG 2007 de Hamburgo, Alemania. Tras su desventaja de ms de un minuto en los 10 km de carrera, Snowsill asombr consiguiendo la segunda plaza, por detrs de Vanesa Fernandes.

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Brad Kahlefeldt, atleta del ao 2006, se le ha concedido el Premio Masculino a la Mejor Actuacin del Ao por su gran Campeonato del Mundo de Triatln BG 2007 de Hamburgo. En la carrera que se decidi en unos apasionantes 200 metros finales, Kahlefeldt se hizo con el bronce en una asombrosa actuacin, tan slo por detrs del espaol Javier Gmez y el alemn Daniel Unger.

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Tambin ha sido galardonado Brendan Sexton de Wollongong con el premio al Atleta Promesa Chris Hewitt, por sus actuaciones a lo largo de la temporada 2007, incluida la medalla de plata en la categora Sub23 de los Campeonatos del Mundo de Triatln BG Hamburgo 2007.

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Pulse aqu para ver la galera fotogrfica de los Campeonatos del Mundo de Triatln BG de Hamburgo 2007

 

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