Leeds Triathlon: Brilliant Brownlee brothers take Triathlon honours... and make their city proud Read more: http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/sport/leeds-triathlon-brilliant-brownlee-brothers-take-triathlon-honours-and-make-their-city-proud-1-7960123#ixzz4BOBkxepv
I began triathlon when I was 11 years old, because I saw my father doing the most important triathlon in Costa Rica. My family have had the biggest influence on my sporting career. I currently train in Cartago, and in an average training week I swim six hours, bike nine, and run five. My personal best swim time is 17:53, bike 55 min, run 31:10. I am currently coaching the Liberian triathlon team: 35 kids and 10 adults.
London 2012: Alistair Brownlee wins gold in the men's triathlon - in pictures
<a gi-track='captionPersonalityLinkClicked' href=/galleries/search?phrase=Gwen+Jorgensen&family=editorial&specificpeople=8022321 ng-click='$event.stopPropagation()'>Gwen Jorgensen</a> of the United States crosses the finish line and celebrates her first place win in the Elite Women's race in the 2014 ITU World Triathlon in Grant Park on June 28, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. The event featured 130 triathletes, 60 elite paratriathletes and 4,000 age-groupers who competed along the shores of…
Alistair won gold. Jonny won bronze. And their brotherly teamwork decimated the field and brought back the medals for Britain. How hard was it? They had to delay the medal ceremony because Jonny could not stand afterward.