2016 Oklahoma ITU Long Distance World Championships

Frenchman Sylvain Sudrie and Great Britain’s Jodie Swallow both reclaimed their world titles.


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Frenchman Sylvain Sudrie and Great Britain’s Jodie Swallow both reclaimed their once earned titles after being crowned the 2016 ITU Long Distance World Champions, after their wins in Oklahoma City. Conquering the 4km swim, 120km bike and 30km run multisport course through very strong winds, both elites claimed their second world titles years after earning their first.

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2016 Oklahoma ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships
Oklahoma City, Okla. – Sept. 24, 2016
4K swim, 120K bike, 30K bike

1. Sylvain Sudrie (FRA) 5:59:46
2. Cyril Viennot (FRA) 6:02:11
3. Matt Chrabot (USA) 6:06:13
4. Giulio Molinari (ITA) 6:07:22
5. Cody Beals (CAN) 6:08:17
6. Craig Alexander (AUS) 6:12:57
7. Miguel Angel Fidalgo (ESP) 6:14:38
8. Samuel Betten (AUS) 6:15:01
9. Davide Giardini (USA) 6:22:28
10. Dylan McNeice (NZL) 6:22:42

1. Jodie Swallow (GBR) 6:37:11
2. Caroline Steffen (SUI) 6:44:40
3. Rachel Mcbride (CAN) 6:56:05
4. Annie Thorén (SWE) 6:59:05
5. Emily Cocks (USA) 6:59:43
6. Kelly Williamson (USA) 7:05:06
7. Lesley Smith (USA) 7:07:17
8. Skye Moench (USA) 7:10:52
9. Catherine Jameson (GBR) 7:21:47
10. Maria Pujol (ESP) 7:26:57

Complete results
All photos by Janos Schmidt/Triathlon.org

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