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World Champs: GB AG medals (Standard)
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Posted on: Monday 16th September 2013


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As expected, the 2013 Pru Health ITU World Triathlon Grand Final London proved to be a very successful event for the Great Britain Age Group team racing in the ITU Age Group World Championships - the largest team ever in the history of ITU competition.

Aquathlon (Wednesday) - 10 Gold, 10 Silver, 7 Bronze (full listing HERE)
Sprint Distance Triathlon (Friday) - 12 Gold, 12 Silver, 5 Bronze (full listing HERE)
Standard Distance Triathlon (Sunday) - 8 Gold, 9 Silver, 10 Bronze - full listings below:

Total Age Group medals: 30 Gold, 31 Silver, 22 Bronze across the three events.

Great Britain Age-Group Team Medallists – Standard

Gold (8)
Charlotte Taylor (18-19)
Sam Wade (20-24)
Laura Siddall (30-34)
Parys Edwards (35-39)
Matt Ellis (35-39)
Chris Owens (60-64)
Sarah Barrett (65-69)
Dorothy Wagstaff (70-74)

Silver (9)
Charlie Graham Brown (30-34)
Martin Ross (45-49)
Arnott Kidd (75-79)
Jenny Latham (25-29)
Claire Hann (30-35)
Eleanor Haresign (35-39)
Victoria Wilkinson (40-44)
Loretta Sollars (50-54)
Sue Bathgate (65-69)

Bronze (10)
Jamie Hinton (25-29)
Danny Russell (30-34)
Iain Robertson (35-39)
Mark Whittaker (40-44)
Stuart Robinson (50-54)
Alan Woodcock (60-64)
Peter Norman (75-79)
Rebecca Ladyman (18-19)
Deborah Coyle (35-39)
Penny Rother (55-59)


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