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Alistair Brownlee: Aim to win the T100 London

The British triathlete Alistair Brownlee has set its sights on the next T100 London, one of the most prominent competitions on the international calendar.

Twelve years after his iconic victory at the 2012 London Olympic Games, Brownlee returns to the British capital with the firm intention of conquering this event, the T100 Triathlon World Tour, organized by the Professional Triathletes Organization (PTO) and World Triathlon.

A Significant Return

Alistair Brownlee He has competed in every T100 race held to date, including Miami, Singapore and San Francisco.

However, it is London that offers him, in his own words, the best opportunity to obtain a victory this season. “Competing in London has very special memories for me, for obvious reasons,” Brownlee said. “I think the conditions will give me the best chance to win a T100 race this year.

I like the route, the temperature will be what I am used to and I know that the local public will come out to support us, which can make a big difference”​


The competition will be fierce. In addition to Brownlee, other big names in triathlon will be present.

The T100 series leader and PTO World #1, the American Sam long; the third classified, the Danish Magnus ditlev, who won the Miami T100; and one of Brownlee's long-standing rivals, the Spanish Javier Gómez. The participation of the Australian also stands out Max neumann, who won last year in Ibiza, will make his T100 debut after more than a year out due to injury.

List of professionals in the career

Name Country
Sam long USA
Magnus ditlev THE
Mathis Margier FRA
Pieter Heemeryck BEL
Rudy von berg USA
Rich Bogen GER
Alistair Brownlee GBR
Jason West USA
Aaron Royle AUS
David McNamee GBR
Frederic Funk GER
Clement mignon FRA
Ben Kanute USA
Leon chevalier FRA
Sam Laidlow FRA
Javier Gomez ESP
Max neumann AUS
Daniel Baekkegard THE

the tour

The T100 London presents a closed route through the iconic streets of the city center.

The event includes a swim in the protected Royal Victoria Dock, a multi-lap cycle course from Docklands to Westminster and back, and finishes with a multi-lap run around Docklands.

The women's race will be held on Saturday, July 27 at 14:00 p.m., while the men's race will be on Sunday, July 28 at the same time.

See female start list

The starting and finishing point will be the ExCel London Exhibition Centre, offering a spectacular environment for both athletes and spectators.

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