Vote for Photo of the Year 2010 - Week Four: Hamburg

by Fergus Murray on 22 Nov, 2010 04:59 • EspaƱol

The ITU Photo of the Year is an ongoing series on the 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series.  Working our way through the Series each week, readers have the opportunity to vote for their choice of the Best Event Photo. Once the seven best images have been chosen, this photographic series will culminate in a final vote to decide the ITU Photo of the Year.  In addition to the contest, readers will get the chance to hear from each event photographer about their favourite image from the event, published in a brief excerpt at the end of each week. Be sure to tune in each week to follow the series and vote for your favourite image!

The 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series reached the halfway point when the scene shifted to downtown Hamburg where residents lined the streets to show their support. Almost 13,000 athletes registered to compete in the Age-Group, Kids and Elite competitions, making the Hamburg Triathlon the largest in the world.

In the elite men’s competition, Javier Gomez showed he was back to world-class form after a relatively slow start to the 2010 season due to a hip injury.

The elite women took over Hamburg the following day with a loaded field that included a number of Olympic and World Champions.  The women did not disappoint the crowds, delivering a spectacular three-way sprint for gold.

Event Photographer: Janos Schmidt


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Related Event: 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series Hamburg
17 - 18 Jul, 2010 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Women
1. Lisa Norden SWE 01:53:53
2. Emma Moffatt AUS 01:53:53
3. Aileen Reid IRL 01:53:55
4. Kate Roberts RSA 01:53:57
5. Vicky Holland GBR 01:53:57
6. Andrea Hewitt NZL 01:53:59
7. Laura Bennett USA 01:54:04
8. Sarah True USA 01:54:36
9. Ainhoa Murua ESP 01:54:40
10. Felicity Abram AUS 01:54:58
Results: Elite Men
1. Javier Gomez Noya ESP 01:43:07
2. Jan Frodeno GER 01:43:23
3. Tim Don GBR 01:43:57
4. Sven Riederer SUI 01:44:00
5. Vladimir Turbaevskiy RUS 01:44:03
6. Brad Kahlefeldt AUS 01:44:07
7. Jarrod Shoemaker USA 01:44:10
8. Steffen Justus GER 01:44:11
9. Alexander Bryukhankov RUS 01:44:13
10. Joao Silva POR 01:44:14
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