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Mola & Holland 2018 World Triathlon Series Champions: WTS Winners List.

ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) - Championship-Champions List.



Triathlon World Series also knows as ITU World Triathlon Championship. It is organized by International Triathlon Union ( ITU ). WTS is the annual series of three World Famous Sports, Swimming, Cycling & Running. 
The First  ITU Triathlon World Championship was held in 1989.  From 2012 it was changed as World Triathlon Series (WTS).  In WTS athlete compete for H2H to choose the Overall Champion. 
The Prize Money for the ITU Triathlon World series Champion-winners is $2.25 million.
The Elite Triathlon championship distance is, 1500 m for Swimming, 40KM for Cycling, & 10 KM for Running. 
Australia has got the most medals in World Triathlon Championship (series) overall 19 Gold, 15 Silver, & 14 Bronze medals... 

In Men's WTS Javier Gómez (ESP) has got the most championship titles (most wins) with 5th times...
In Women's World Triathlon Series Emma Snowsill (AUS) has most gold medals wins (titles) with 3 times. 





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ITU Men's World Triathlon Series (WTS) - Championship Winners-Champions List.


      Year -    Gold      ---        Silver       ---       Bronze


1989 -   Mark Allen (USA)  -   Glenn Cook (GBR)  -   Rick Wells (NZL)

1990 -   Greg Welch (AUS)  -  Brad Beven (AUS)  -  Stephen Foster (AUS)

1991 -   Miles Stewart (AUS)  -   Rick Wells (NZL)  -   Mike Pigg (USA)

1992 -   Simon Lessing (GBR) -   Rainer Müller-Hörner (GER) -   Rob Barel (NED)

1993 -   Spencer Smith (GBR)  -   Simon Lessing (GBR)  -  Hamish Carter (NZL)

1994 -   Spencer Smith (GBR) (2)  -   Brad Beven (AUS)  -   Ralf Eggert (GER)

1995 -   Simon Lessing (GBR) (2)  -   Brad Beven (AUS)  -   Ralf Eggert (GER)

1996 -   Simon Lessing (GBR) (3)  -   Luc Van Lierde (BEL) -   Leandro Macedo (BRA)

1997 -   Chris McCormack (AUS)  -   Hamish Carter (NZL)  -   Simon Lessing (GBR)

1998 -   Simon Lessing (GBR) (4)  -   Paul Amey (NZL)  -  Miles Stewart (AUS)

1999 -   Dmitriy Gaag (KAZ)  -  Simon Lessing (GBR) -   Miles Stewart (AUS)

2000 -   Olivier Marceau (FRA)  -   Peter Robertson (AUS)  -   Craig Walton (AUS)

2001 -   Peter Robertson (AUS)  -   Chris Hill (AUS)  -   Craig Watson (NZL)

2002 -   Iván Raña (ESP)  -  Peter Robertson (AUS) -   Andrew Johns (GBR)

2003 -   Peter Robertson (AUS) (2) Iván Raña (ESP) -   Olivier Marceau (SUI)

2004 -   Bevan Docherty (NZL)  -   Iván Raña (ESP)  -   Dmitriy Gaag (KAZ)

2005 -   Peter Robertson (AUS) (3) -   Reto Hug (SUI)  -   Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)

2006 -   Tim Don (GBR)  -   Hamish Carter (NZL)  -   Frédéric Belaubre (FRA)

2007 -   Daniel Unger (GER)  -   Javier Gómez (ESP)  -   Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)

2008 -   Javier Gómez (ESP)  -  Bevan Docherty (NZL)  -   Reto Hug (SUI)

2009 -   Alistair Brownlee (GBR) -   Javier Gómez (ESP)  -   Maik Petzold (GER)

2010 -   Javier Gómez (ESP) (2)  -  Steffen Justus (GER) -   Brad Kahlefeldt (AUS)

2011 -   Alistair Brownlee (Gbr) (2)  -   Jonathan Brownlee (gbr) - Javier Gómez (esp)

2012 -   Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) -   Javier Gómez (ESP)  -   Dmitry Polyanskiy (RUS)

2013 -   Javier Gómez (ESP) (3)  -   Jonathan Brownlee (GBR)  -  Mario Mola (ESP)

2014 -   Javier Gómez (ESP) (4)  -   Mario Mola (ESP)  -   Jonathan Brownlee (GBR)

2015 -   Javier Gómez (ESP) (5)  -   Mario Mola (ESP) -   Vincent Luis (FRA)

2016 -   Mario Mola (ESP)  -   Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) -   Fernando Alarza (ESP)

2017  - Mario Mola (ESP)  -   Javier Gómez (ESP)   -   Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR)

2018   -    Mario Mola (ESP)    -   Vincent Luis (FRA)   -    Jacob Birtwhistle (AUS)...

2019  -  Winners....





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ITU Women/Ladies Triathlon World Series (WTS) - Championship Winners-Champions 





         Year  -       Gold       ----         Silver     -----       Bronze   



1989 -   Erin Baker (NZL)  -   Jan Ripple (USA) -   Laurie Samuelson (USA)

1990 -   Karen Smyers (USA)  -   Carol Montgomery (CAN)  -   Joy Hansen (USA)

1991 -   Joanne Ritchie (CAN)  -   Terri Smith (CAN)  -   Michellie Jones (AUS)

1992 -   Michellie Jones (AUS)  -   Joanne Ritchie (CAN) -   Melissa Mantak (USA)

1993 -   Michellie Jones (AUS) (2)  -   Karen Smyers (USA)  -   Joanne Ritchie (CAN)

1994 -   Emma Carney (AUS)  -   Anette Pedersen (DEN)  -   Sarah Harrow (NZL)

1995 -   Karen Smyers (USA) (2)  -   Jackie Gallagher (AUS)  -   Joy Leutner (USA)

1996 -   Jackie Gallagher (AUS) -   Emma Carney (AUS)  -   Carol Montgomery (CAN)

1997 -   Emma Carney (AUS) (2)  -   Jackie Gallagher (AUS)  -   Michellie Jones (AUS)

1998 -   Joanne King (AUS) -   Michellie Jones (AUS)  -   Evelyn Williamson (NZL)

1999 -   Loretta Harrop (AUS)  -   Jackie Gallagher (AUS) -   Emma Carney (AUS)

2000 -   Nicole Hackett (AUS)  -   Carol Montgomery (CAN) -   Michellie Jones (AUS)

2001 -   Siri Lindley (USA) -   Michellie Jones (AUS)  -   Joanna Zeiger (USA)

2002 -   Leanda Cave (GBR)  -   Barbara Lindquist (USA)  -   Michelle Dillon (GBR)

2003 -   Emma Snowsill (AUS)  -   Laura Bennett (USA)  -   Michellie Jones (AUS)

2004 -   Sheila Taormina (USA) -   Loretta Harrop (AUS)  -   Laura Bennett (USA)

2005 -   Emma Snowsill (AUS) (2)  -   Annabel Luxford (AUS)  -   Laura Bennett (USA)

2006 -   Emma Snowsill (AUS) (3)  -   V.  Fernandes (POR)  -  Felicity Abram (AUS)

2007 -   Vanessa Fernandes (POR)  -   Emma Snowsill (AUS) -   Laura Bennett (USA)

2008 -   Helen Tucker (GBR)  -  Sarah Haskins (USA)  -   Samantha Warriner (NZL)

2009 -   Emma Moffatt (AUS)  -   Lisa Nordén (SWE)  -   Andrea Hewitt (NZL)

2010 -   Emma Moffatt (AUS) (2)  -   Nicola Spirig (SUI)  -  Lisa Nordén (SWE)

2011 -   Helen Jenkins (GBR) (2)  -   Andrea Hewitt (NZL)  -   Sarah Groff (USA)

2012 -   Lisa Nordén (SWE)  -  Anne Haug (GER)  -   Andrea Hewitt (NZL)

2013 -   Non Stanford (GBR)  -   Jodie Stimpson (GBR)  -   Anne Haug (GER)

2014 -   Gwen Jorgensen (USA)  -  Sarah Groff (USA)  -  Andrea Hewitt (NZL)

2015 -   Gwen Jorgensen (USA) (2)  -   Andrea Hewitt (NZL)  -  Sarah True (USA)

2016 -   Flora Duffy (BER)  -  Gwen Jorgensen (USA) -   Ai Ueda (JPN)

2017  -   Flora Duffy (BER)   -   Ashleigh Gentle (AUS)   -   Katie Zaferes (USA).

2018   -   Vicky Holland (GBR)   -   Katie Zaferes (USA)   -    Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR)...

2019  -   Champions.




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