Results from junior women's race

by ITU Admin on 09 Sep, 2005 12:00

Portugal’s Anais Moniz won the first of six world championships gold medals on offer in Gamagori in Japan this weekend with her blistering win in the Junior women’s race.
Over the sprint distance course the 16 year old, competing in her first world championship claimed the junior world title with a time of 01:01:18. New Zealander Rebecca Spence won the silver medal in 01:01:39 with Australian Melanie Sexton claiming the final spot on the podium with 01:01:44. Despite the hot and humid conditions 50 triathletes managed to complete the course with only four failing to finish.


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Related Event: 2005 Gamagori ITU Triathlon World Championships
10 - 11 Sep, 2005 • event pageall results
Results: Elite Men
1. Peter Robertson AUS 01:49:31
2. Reto Hug SUI 01:49:36
3. Brad Kahlefeldt AUS 01:49:44
4. Hamish Carter NZL 01:49:49
5. Frederic Belaubre FRA 01:49:55
Results: Elite Women
1. Emma Snowsill AUS 01:58:02
2. Annabel Luxford AUS 01:59:42
3. Laura Bennett USA 01:59:55
4. Vanessa Fernandes POR 02:00:20
5. Nadia Cortassa ITA 02:00:37
Results: U23 Men
1. Jarrod Shoemaker USA 01:52:42
2. Danylo Sapunov UKR 01:53:06
3. Bertrand Boulch FRA 01:53:24
4. Ruedi Wild SUI 01:53:47
5. David Hauss FRA 01:54:09
Results: U23 Women
1. Andrea Hewitt NZL 02:03:08
2. Vendula Frintova CZE 02:03:41
3. Nicola Spirig SUI 02:05:39
4. Emma Moffatt AUS 02:05:41
5. Kathy Tremblay CAN 02:06:26
Results: Junior Men
1. Steve Duplinsky USA 00:55:08
2. Jonathan Zipf GER 00:55:37
3. Aurelien Raphael FRA 00:55:46
4. Ivan Tutukin RUS 00:55:49
5. Sebastian Rank GER 00:55:53
Results: Junior Women
1. Anais Verguet-Moniz POR 01:01:18
2. Rebecca Spence NZL 01:01:39
3. Melanie Sexton AUS 01:01:44
4. Annamaria Mazzetti ITA 01:02:19
5. Daniela Ryf SUI 01:02:29
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