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Beijing 2008 - XXIX Olympiad

Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics

Events - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics • Men's competition
• Women's competition

Competition Format - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics • Men's competition
Athletes:
Rounds: single race - competitors swim a distance of 1,500 metres | cycle for 40 kilometres | run 10 kilometres

• Women's competition
Athletes:
Rounds: competitors swim a distance of 1,500 metres | cycle for 40 kilometres | run 10 kilometres

Competition Venues - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics Ming Tomb Reservoir - Beijing - China

Competition Schedule - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics August 18 - August 19, 2008

• Men's competition
• Women's competition

* All times are local Beijing Time (GMT+8).

Countries - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics Australia | Austria | Belgium | Bermuda | Brazil | Canada | Chile | China | Czech Republic | Denmark | Estonia | France | Germany | Great Britain | Greece | Hong Kong | Hungary | Ireland | Italy | Japan | Kazakhstan | Luxembourg | Mexico | Netherlands | New Zealand | Poland | Portugal | Russia | Slovakia | South Africa | Spain | Sweden | Switzerland | Syria | Ukraine | United States | Zimbabwe

Triathlon at the Summer Olympics Debut: 2000 Summer Olympics - Sydney
Olympiads: 2 (2 medal editions)
• Triathlon at the Summer Olympics

Medals Table - Triathlon at the Summer Olympics Rank - Nation - Gold - Silver - Bronze - Total
1 - Australia (AUS) - 1 - 2 - 1 - 4
2 - New Zealand (NZL) - 1 - 1 - 1 - 3
3 - Canada (CAN) - 1 - 1 - 0 - 2
3 - Germany (GER) - 1 - 1 - 0 - 2
5 - Switzerland (SUI) - 1 - 0 - 2 - 3
6 - Austria (AUT) - 1 - 0 - 0 - 1
7 - Portugal (POR) - 0 - 1 - 0 - 1
8 - Czech Republic (CZE) - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1
8 - United States (USA) - 0 - 0 - 1 - 1
Total - 6 - 6 - 6 - 18

Athletes - Triathlon at the 2008 Summer Olympics Men's competition
• Australia - Brad Kahlefeldt | Courtney Atkinson
• Austria - Franz Hofer | Simon Agoston
• Belgium - Peter Croes | Axel Zeebroek
• Brazil - Reinaldo Colucci
• Canada - Simon Whitfield | Paul Tichelaar | Brent McMahon
• China - Zhang Yiming
• Czech Republic - Filip Ospaly
• Denmark - Rasmus Henning
• Estonia - Marko Albert
• France - Frederic Belaubre | Tony Moulai | Cedric Fleureton
• Germany - Maik Petzold | Jan Frodeno | Daniel Unger
• Great Britain - Tim Don | William Clarke | Stuart Hayes
• Hong Kong - Daniel Lee Chi Wo
• Italy - Daniel Fontana | Emilio D'Aquino
• Japan - Ryosuke Yamamoto | Hirokatsu Tayama
• Kazakhstan - Dmitriy Gaag | Danyl Sapunov
• Luxembourg - Dirk Bockel
• Mexico - Eligio Cervantes
• Netherlands - Sander Berk
• New Zealand - Shane Reed | Bevan Docherty | Kris Gemmell
• Poland - Marek Jaskolka
• Portugal - Bruno Pais | Duarte Marques
• Russia - Igor Sysoev | Alexander Brukhankov | Dmitri Polyansky
• Slovakia - Pavel Simko
• South Africa - Hendrik De Villiers
• Spain - Javier Gomez | Ivan Raρa
• Switzerland - Reto Hug | Sven Riederer | Olivier Marceu
• Syria - Omar Tayara
• Ukraine - Volodymyr Polikarpenko
• United States - Andy Potts | Jarrod Shoemaker | Matthew Reed
• Zimbabwe - Christopher Felgate

Women's competition
• Australia - Emma Moffatt | Emma Snowsill | Erin Densham
• Austria - Eva Dollinger | Tania Haiboeck | Kate Allen
• Bermuda - Flora Duffy
• Brazil - Mariana Ohata
• Canada - Lauren Groves | Kathy Tremblay | Kirsten Sweetland
• Chile - Barbara Rivero Diaz
• China - Xing Lin | Wang Hongni
• Czech Republic - Vendula Frintova | Lenka Zemanova
• France - Jessica Harrison | Carole Peon
• Germany - Anja Dittmer | Joelle Franzman | Ricarda Lisk
• Great Britain - Helen Tucker | Andrea Whitcombe
• Greece - Deniz Dimaki
• Hong Kong - Tania Mak So Ning
• Hungary - Zita Szabo
• Ireland - Emma Davis
• Italy - Nadia Cortassa | Charlotte Bonin
• Japan - Ai Ueda | Kiyomi Niwata | Juri Ide
• Luxembourg - Elizabeth May
• Netherlands - Lisa Mensik | Birgitta Berk
• New Zealand - Samantha Warriner | Debbie Tanner | Andrea Hewitt
• Poland - Ewa Dederko | Maria Czesnik
• Portugal - Vanessa Fernandes
• Russia - Irina Abyssova | Olga Zaousailova
• South Africa - Mari Rabie | Kate Roberts
• Spain - Ainhoa Murua | Ana Burgos
• Sweden - Lisa Norden
• Switzerland - Nicola Spirig | Magali Di Marco Messmer | Daniela Ryf
• Ukraine - Yuliya Spunova
• United States - Julie Ertel | Sarah Haskins | Laura Bennett

 
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