World Triathlon Hall of Fame Inductee

Emma Moffatt

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Emma Moffatt

Born in New South Wales and raised in Woolgoolga, Australia’s Emma Moffatt is a two-time ITU World Champion and Olympic medallist who was a true great over the standard-distance format. Coming to triathlon at the age of 13 and rising through the Junior, Youth and U23 ranks, Emma was the runner-up in the 2007 World Cup Series, kicking off a glittering Elite career. Picking up the bronze at the 2008 Olympic Games, she went on to win back-to-back World Championships in 2009 and 2010, dominating proceedings in 2009 with four golds and a silver then landing five podiums to defend that title a year later. A bike accident at London 2012 Olympics may have dented her Olympic dream, but Emma was back with a vengeance at Rio 2016 finishing in sixth place. Two World titles, three Olympic appearances including a bronze medal and the epitome of the values and dedication that the sport of triathlon holds so dear make Emma Moffatt an obvious choice for entry into the ITU Hall of Fame.

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