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Gallery: Cannes Triathlon 2016
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Posted on: Monday 18th April 2016


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Polar Cannes International Triathlon Gallery 2016

The glamourous setting of Cannes in the Cote d'Azur also provides a fine backdrop and venue for one of Europe's most popular early season international triathlon events. Yesterday's Polar Cannes International Triathlon (www.cannes-international-triathlon.com) saw Great Britain's Leanda Cave take her second consecutive victory on the Boulevard de la Croisette, while France's Etienne Diemunsch just managed to prevent Italy's Giulio Molinari from retaining his title. You can read more about the race HERE. Let's now take a look at the race in pictures...

These great images from the 2016 edition are courtesy of the fine lens of Jose Luis Hourcade (www.joseluishourcade.com).

Related Article: Gallery - Cannes Triathlon 2015

(You can see an extended gallery on the Tri247 Facebook page HERE - do give us a 'Like' while you are there!).

Vanessa Raw checks out the swim course on Palm Beach.

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Germany's Andreas Raelert was one of the headline names in Cannes this weekend.

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The PRO swim start gets underway...

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...while the large Age-Group field prepares for their race.

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Helicopter attention for the swimmers

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Swimmers round the final turn and head for shore.

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Swim exit.

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Austria's Thomas Steger on his way to the fastest buike split of the day.

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Andrea Raelert on one of the many hills on this course.

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Italy's Giulio Molinari is always impressive on the bike.

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Leanda Cave ride the distinctive Ventum One.

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Eventual winner Etienne Diemunsch side-by-side with Andreas Raelert.

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Expect to see more from Thomas Steger over the next couple of season's.

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It wasn't the best day for Bart Aernouts who would finish ninth, despite the fastest run split of the day. "Bad day at the office for me today" he would add later.

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Leanda Cave holding strong on the run course.

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No win, but Andreas Raelert looks happy enough with third place.

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The men's podium.

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Men's winner Etienne Diemunsch (FRA)

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Leanda Cave takes the tape once again in Cannes.

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