Rachel Klamer is a Dutch professional triathlete and member of the National team. She placed third at the Junior World Championships in 2009.
Rachel entered the National and International stage in 2008 when she won both the National Triathlon Championships (Junior) in Aalsmeer and the Duathlon Championships (Junior) in Oss, placed 4th in the European Junior Cup at Holten, and, at the age of 17, also started to compete in the elite category, placing 10th in the British Corus Elite Series.
In 2009, she won the silver medal at the European Triathlon Championships in Holten (Junior) and the bronze medal at the Grand Final of the Dextro Energy World Championship Series (Junior).
At the age of 18, she took part in two Premium European Cups and achieved top placements among the world’s elite triathletes. In Alanya, she won the gold medal, and in Eilat she placed fifth. Rachel is also part of the Dutch running club LAAC Twente for which she won, together with her father Marcel and her mother Karin, a local German running competition in 2008, the year of her breakthrough, when she lived in Denekamp.
In 2015, she won the silver medal in the women’s triathlon event of the inaugural European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan. Preparing for the Olympic Games in 2012, Rachel won the 3000m National Championships.
Since then, Rachel has had a number of great placements within the Triathlon Series, including the winner of the 2017 Holten ETU Sprint Triathlon Premium European Cup.
- 7th place at the 2017 Rotterdam World Triathlon Series Grand Final;
- Winner of the 2017 Holten ETU Sprint Triathlon Premium European Cup;
- 6th place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Montréal;
- 6th place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Edmonton;
- 10th place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Hamburg;
- 5th place at the 2017 Düsseldorf ETU Sprint Triathlon European Championships;
- 20th place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Yokohama; and
- 25th place at the 2017 ITU World Triathlon Gold Coast.
Latest Athlete Results
|9||09 Mar, 2019 - Mixed Relay - 00:22:23|
|13||08 Mar, 2019 - Elite Women - 00:57:06|
|4||10 Feb, 2019 - Elite Women - 00:57:58|
|24||15 Sep, 2018 - Elite Women - 01:56:00|
|16||25 Aug, 2018 - Elite Women - 02:04:40|
|view full results|
|13||2019-03-08 - Elite Women - 00:57:06|
|24||2018-09-12 - Elite Women - 01:56:00|
|16||2018-08-25 - Elite Women - 02:04:40|
|11||2018-07-27 - Elite Women - 00:57:56|
|12||2018-07-14 - Elite Women - 00:59:28|
|view full results|
Latest Results Map
The Columbia Threadneedle Rankings Report returns with a deeper look into the statistics and stories from Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon.20 Jul, 2016
Taking on one of the most popular and anticipated Series race of the year, USA’s Katie Zaferes dominated the sprint distance course and claimed her first-career victory at the 2016 Wasser…16 Jul, 2016
Ai Ueda (JPN) gets to add another Mexican city to her list of World Cup accolades as she was deemed victorious at the 2015 Cozumel ITU World Cup.04 Oct, 2015
The 2015 Cozumel ITU World Cup begins on Sunday, but before the picturesque race begins, four athletes took the time to sit down with the local media and talk about the upcoming competition.02 Oct, 2015
Athlete Fact Sheet
|Year of Birth||1990|
|Place of Birth||Zimbabwe|
|Coach||Louis Delahaije Jordi Meulenberg|
|Sponsors||Shimano, Pearl Izumi, Koga bikes, Oakley|