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Triathlon at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics

Triathlon at the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics in Singapore took place at East Coast Park. There were competitions on August 15, 16 and 19.

Triathlon
at the I Summer Youth Olympic Games
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Venue East Coast Park
Dates 15 – 19 August 2010
No. of events 3 (1 boys, 1 girls, 1 mixed)
Competitors 64 (32 boys, 32 girls) from 42 nations
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Contents

RulesEdit

IndividualsEdit

  • 750M Swim in Open Water
  • 3 lap cycling (20 km)
  • 2 lap run (5 km)

4x Mixed relayEdit

  • 250m Swim in Open Water
  • 7 km cycle race (one lap)
  • 1.7 km run (one lap)

ScheduleEdit

Time Date Competition
09:00 August 15 Girls
09:00 August 16 Boys
09:00 August 19 4x Mixed Relay

Qualified AthletesEdit

BoysEdit

Starting No. Name Country
1 Miguel Fernandes   Portugal (POR)
2 Ru Cheng   China (CHN)
3 Iuri Vinuto Josino   Brazil (BRA)
4 Octavio Oliveros   Mexico (MEX)
5 Gabriel Zumbado   Costa Rica (CRC)
6 Tim Law Leong   Hong Kong (HKG)
7 Aaron Barclay   New Zealand (NZL)
8 Abraham Louw   Namibia (NAM)
9 Gábor Hankó   Hungary (HUN)
10 Andrew Hood   Great Britain (GBR)
11 Diego Paz Sobreira   Spain (ESP)
12 Livio Molinari   Italy (ITA)
14 Jérémy Obozil   France (FRA)
15 Yuuki Kubono   Japan (JPN)
16 Alois Knabl   Austria (AUT)
17 Ji Hong Lee   South Korea (KOR)
18 Juan Jose Andrade Figueroa   Ecuador (ECU)
19 Boyd Littleford   Zimbabwe (ZIM)
20 Brook Powell   Canada (CAN)
21 Thomas Jurgens   Belgium (BEL)
22 Ryan Gunn   Bermuda (BER)
23 Andres Eduardo Diaz   Colombia (COL)
24 Kirill Uvarov   Kazakhstan (KAZ)
25 Lautaro Diaz   Argentina (ARG)
26 Michael Gosman   Australia (AUS)
27 Kevin McDowell   United States (USA)
28 Lukas Kocar   Czech Republic (CZE)
29 Andiry Sirenko   Ukraine (UKR)
30 Wian Sullwald   South Africa (RSA)
31 Scott Ang   Singapore (SIN)
32 Tobias Klesen   Germany (GER)
33 Carlos Alfredo Perez   Venezuela (VEN)

GirlsEdit

Starting No. Name Country
1 Hui Wai Sum, Vincci   Hong Kong (HKG)
2 Kelly Whitley   United States (USA)
3 Monika Oražem   Slovenia (SLO)
4 Leslie Amat Alvarez   Cuba (CUB)
5 Mingxiu Ma   China (CHN)
6 Clara Wong   Singapore (SIN)
7 Mattika Maneekaew   Thailand (THA)
8 Andrea Arenas   Venezuela (VEN)
9 Alessia Orla   Italy (ITA)
10 Yuka Sato   Japan (JPN)
11 Tuvshinjargal Enkhjargal   Mongolia (MGL)
12 Eszter Dudas   Hungary (HUN)
14 Valeria Piedra   Ecuador (ECU)
15 Laura Casey   Ireland (IRL)
16 Viviana Gonzalez   Colombia (COL)
17 Raquel Rocha   Portugal (POR)
18 Elinor Thorogood   Great Britain (GBR)
19 Anna Godoy Contreras   Spain (ESP)
20 Karolina Solovyova   Kazakhstan (KAZ)
21 Andrea Brown   Zimbabwe (ZIM)
22 Andrea Longueria   Chile (CHI)
23 Annie Thorén   Sweden (SWE)
24 Christine Ridenour   Canada (CAN)
25 Ellie Salthouse   Australia (AUS)
26 Maddie Dillon   New Zealand (NZL)
27 Hee Sun Kim   South Korea (KOR)
28 Cristina Betancourt   Puerto Rico (PUR)
29 Sara Vilic   Croatia (CRO)
30 Adriana Barraza   Mexico (MEX)
31 Marlene Gomez-Weißhäupl   Germany (GER)
32 Fany Baysaron   Israel (ISR)
33 Charlotte Deldaele   Belgium (BEL)

Medal summaryEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit