The return of Flora Duffy in Yokohama

The Bermudian triathlete Flora Duffy, Olympic champion and four-time world champion, has returned to competition after a long absence due to injury.

His reappearance in Triathlon World Series Yokohama has been a success, achieving a creditable seventh place.

Duffy had not competed since the final of the World Triathlon Championship Series in 2022, where he won his fourth world title.

Una knee injury lShe was kept away from competitions for almost 18 months, raising doubts about her ability to compete again at the highest level.

However, the 36-year-old triathlete showed in Yokohama that she is back. Although she could not fight for the podium, His performance was solid and consistent., staying close to the leaders for much of the race.

In his own words on Instagram, Duffy shared his excitement: “Back to the blue carpet. First race since November 2022! A big thank you to everyone who helped me get back to the starting line. I enjoyed being back and I'm really happy with my seventh place"

 

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His return has not been easy. Last December, he considered retirement due to persistent pain in his knee. But one last medical treatment allowed him to recover and return to training. “The miracle happened,” Duffy said in a recent interview.

Now, with a healthy knee and regained confidence, Duffy looks to the future with optimism.

With his knee recovered and confidence renewed, Duffy is looking to the future with optimism.

His next competition will be in Cagliari, where he will seek to continue improving his performance in preparation for the Paris Olympic Games. Subsequently, he will immerse himself in the challenge of the T100 Triathlon World Tour, a new chapter in his brilliant career.

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