Ottawa named as new host for 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships

by Merryn Sherwood on 24 Jul, 2012 07:46

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is pleased to announce that Ottawa, Canada will now act as the 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships for Under23, Junior, Paraduathlon and Age-Group athletes, replacing the previous host city Segovia.

The races will be held on August 10-11, 2013, in the centre of Canada’s capital city.  The elite races for the 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships will be held at the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia.

Marisol Casado (IOC), President of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) said:

”As the President of ITU, I am delighted to inform you that the 2013 Duathlon World Championships for Age Groups, Junior, U23 and Paraduathlon will take place in your national capital, Ottawa.  We are delighted to make this award to this wonderful city. We are confident that Triathlon Canada, the national federation, and the beautiful city of Ottawa will deliver a wonderful event.”

While course details are being finalised with Ottawa Tourism and will involve the input of the National Capital Commission, the City of Ottawa and other stakeholders, it is proposed that for the full distance ITU World Championship events, the opening 10km run will be two 5km loops that will see the athletes run from Parliament, cross the Ottawa River on a bridge with stunning views, return on another bridge for a loop course. The 40km bike will start with a technical portion downtown, then head out on the Ottawa River parkway for an out-and-back portion. It will be a one-loop cycle. The final 5km run will repeat the first loop of the opening run. The junior, paraduathlon and age-group sprint races will be contested over a sprint distance course, completing less laps of the same course.

The elite races for the 2013 ITU Duathlon World Championships will be held at the 2013 World Games in Cali, Colombia. The World Games, first held in 1981, are a major international multi-sport event held every four years for sports that are not contested in the Olympic Games. Duathlon appears in the World Games for the first time in 2013.

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Results: 16-19 Female AG Sprint
1. Paige Danielson USA 01:15:26
Results: 16-19 Male AG Sprint
1. Gareth Smith GBR 00:58:36
2. Daniel Pearson USA 01:00:04
3. Isaac Dunn GBR 01:00:52
4. Adam Zavala USA 01:06:36
5. John Micklethwaite GBR 01:06:51
Results: 20-24 Female AG Sprint
1. Eloise Du Luart GBR 01:06:08
2. Chelsea E Vancott USA 01:12:18
3. Claire Lilley GBR 01:14:01
4. Marie-Elen Cote CAN 01:14:50
5. Anne-Michèle Alain-Noël CAN 01:20:32
Results: 20-24 Male AG Sprint
1. Keith Jackson USA 01:00:38
2. Sean Price USA 01:01:21
3. Richard Agan GBR 01:02:31
4. Mathieu Despatie CAN 01:04:26
5. David Kirk GBR 01:05:34
Results: 25-29 Female AG Sprint
1. Elodie Burlet USA 01:08:52
2. Monica Lau CAN 01:10:08
3. Lindsey Torgerson USA 01:11:08
4. Hendrika Erasmus AUS 01:11:21
5. Jenna Van Cleve USA 01:13:54
Results: 25-29 Male AG Sprint
1. Nick Miehe USA 00:57:33
2. Matt Welsh GBR 00:58:14
3. Matthew Hallam GBR 00:58:31
4. Kye Liddle GBR 00:59:39
5. Justin Graves USA 01:02:58
Results: 30-34 Female AG Sprint
1. Mathilde Pauls GBR 01:05:32
2. Courtney Robles-Wiseman USA 01:06:21
3. Jackie Onyszko CAN 01:08:18
4. Gemma Farrell GBR 01:09:38
5. Abby Trombley USA 01:10:28
Results: 30-34 Male AG Sprint
1. Peter Ellis GBR 00:56:36
2. Darren Middleton GBR 00:58:49
3. Jim Reuther USA 01:01:37
4. Mark Tickner GBR 01:01:48
5. Bradley Reiter CAN 01:02:44
Results: 35-39 Female AG Sprint
1. Jenny Thacker USA 01:09:41
2. Kerri Dienhart USA 01:11:54
3. Natalie Martin AUS 01:15:38
4. Erica Swanson USA 01:22:52
5. Danielle Jolly AUS 01:30:57
Results: 35-39 Male AG Sprint
1. Geoffrey Beetham GBR 00:55:23
2. Chad Millner USA 00:59:13
3. Octavio Perez Calatayud ESP 01:00:16
4. Chris Cook AUS 01:00:26
5. Stewart Bates GBR 01:01:06
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