2012 London Olympics – Men’s Triathlon

The race featured fast run times by Alistair Brownlee, Javier Gomez and Jonathan Brownlee.

Photo: Paul Phillips

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Photo: Paul Phillips/Competitive Image

For the first time in Olympic history, the pre-race favorites did not disappoint. Great Britain’s Alistair Brownlee took gold. Spain’s Javier Gomez earned silver, with Great Britain’s Jonathan Brownlee crossing in third for bronze. Read the complete race recap.

Brownlee Bonanza: World’s Best Speak Before Olympic Triathlon
Will Brownlee And Jenkins Break World Championship Curse?
Interview: The Brownlee Brothers
Photos: Olympic Favorites Go 1-2-3 In Kitzbühel
Will Brownlee’s Injury Improve His London Chances?
Prepare For The British Invasion
Photos: The Brownlee Brothers
Javier Gomez Talks Olympics
Photos: Javier Gomez

Click here to recap the women’s Olympic triathlon.

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