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Contested since 1989, the Triathlon World Championship consists of 1,500-meter open-water swim; 40 kilometers bike ride and a 10,000-meter run (the same distances as in the Olympic event). The first 20 editions were a single event, but since 2009 the championship consists of a series of seven events culminating in a Grand Final (GF). Athletes are awarded points in each event, but the final score is obtained by adding the 4 best scores and the points gained in the Grand Final.

El Campeonato del Mundo de Triathlon se disputa desde 1989 y consta de 1'5 km de natación 40 km en bicicleta y 10 km de carrera (las mismas distancias que en los Juegos Olímpicos). Las veinte primeras ediciones fueron una única prueba, pero desde 2009 la competición consiste en la disputa de siete pruebas más una Gran Final (GF), por lo que la clasificación final depende de los puntos obtenidos.

Site / Lugar Edition Year Gold / Oro Time Silver / Plata Bronze / Bronce
GF London (GBR) XXV 2013 Javier Gómez Noya, ESP 4220p Jonathan Brownlee, GBR Mario Mola, ESP
GF Auckland (NZL) XXIV 2012 Jonathan Brownlee, GBR 4935p Javier Gómez Noya, ESP Dmitry Polyanskiy, RUS
GF Beijing (CHN) XXIII 2011 Alistair Brownlee, GBR 4285p Jonathan Brownlee, GBR Javier Gómez Noya, ESP
GF Budapest (HUN) XXII 2010 Javier Gómez Noya, ESP 3789p Steffen Justus, GER Brad Kahlefeldt, AUS
GF Gold Coast (AUS) XXI 2009 Alistair Brownlee, GBR 4400p Javier Gómez Noya, ESP Maik Petzold, GER
Vancouver (CAN) XX 2008 Javier Gómez Noya, ESP 1h49:48 Bevan Docherty, NZL Reto Hug, SUI
Hamburg (GER) XIX 2007 Daniel Unger, GER 1h43:18 Javier Gómez Noya, ESP Brad Kahlefeldt, AUS
Lausanne (SUI) XVIII 2006 Tim Don, GBR 1h51:32 Hamish Carter, NZL Frederic Belaubre, FRA
Gamagori (JPN) XVII 2005 Peter Robertson, AUS 1h49:31 Reto Hug, SUI Brad Kahlefeldt, AUS
Madeira (POR) XVI 2004 Bevan Docherty, NZL 1h41:04 Iván Raña, ESP Dmitry Gaag, KAZ
Queenstown (NZL) XV 2003 Peter Robertson, AUS 1h54:13 Iván Raña, ESP Olivier Marceau, SUI
Cancún (MEX) XIV 2002 Iván Raña, ESP 1h50:41 Peter Robertson, AUS Andrew Johns, GBR
Edmonton (CAN) XIII 2001 Peter Robertson, AUS 1h48:01 Chris Hill, AUS Craig Watson, NZL
Perth (AUS) XII 2000 Olivier Marceau, FRA 1h51:41 Peter Robertson, AUS Craig Walton, AUS
Montréal (CAN) XI 1999 Dmitry Gaag, KAZ 1h45:25 Simon Lessing, GBR Miles Stewart, AUS
Lausanne (SUI) X 1998 Simon Lessing, GBR 1h55:31 Paul Amey, NZL Miles Stewart, AUS
Perth (AUS) IX 1997 Chris McCormack, AUS 1h48:29 Hamish Carter, NZL Simon Lessing, GBR
Cleveland (USA) VIII 1996 Simon Lessing, GBR 1h39:50 Luc van Lierde, BEL Leandro Macedo, BRA
Cancún (MEX) VII 1995 Simon Lessing, GBR 1h48:29 Brad Bevan, AUS Ralf Eggert, GER
Wellington (NZL) VI 1994 Spencer Smith, GBR 1h51:04 Brad Bevan, AUS Ralf Eggert, GER
Manchester (GBR) V 1993 Spencer Smith, GBR 1h51:20 Simon Lessing, GBR Hamish Carter, NZL
Muskoka (CAN) IV 1992 Simon Lessing, GBR 1h49:04 Rainer Müller, GER Rob Barel, NED
Queensland (AUS) III 1991 Miles Stewart, AUS 1h48:20 Rick Wells, NZL Mike Pigg, USA
Orlando (USA) II 1990 Greg Welch, AUS 1h51:37 Brad Bevan, AUS Stephen Foster, AUS
Avignon (FRA) I 1989 Mark Allen, USA 1h58:46 Glenn Cook, GBR Rick Wells, NZL



Statistics / Estadísticas
Medal Table / Medallero
Ps Country 1st 2nd 3rd Tot
1. Great Britain 10 5 2 17
2. Australia 6 6 7 19
3. Spain 4 5 2 11
4. New Zealand 1 5 3 9
5. Germany 1 2 3 6
6. United States 1 - 1 2
. Kazakhstan 1 - 1 2
. France 1 - 1 2
9. Switzerland - 1 2 3
10. Belgium - 1 - 1
11. Netherlands - - 1 1
. Brazil - - 1 1
. Russia - - 1 1
 
13 TOTAL 25 25 25 75

Individual Medal Table / Medallero Individual

Ps Name #1 #2 #3
1. Simon Lessing, GBR 4 (92, 95, 96, 98) 2 (93, 99) 1 (97)
2. Javier Gómez Noya, ESP 3 (08, 10, 13) 3 (07, 09, 12) 1 (11)
3. Peter Robertson, AUS 3 (01, 03, 05) 2 (00, 02) -
4. Spencer Smith, GBR 2 (93, 94) - -
. Alister Brownlee, GBR 2 (09, 11) - -
6. Iván Raña, ESP 1 (02) 2 (03, 04) -
. Jonathan Brownlee, GBR 1 (12) 2 (11, 13) -
8. Bevan Docherty, NZL 1 (04) 1 (08) -
9. Miles Stewart, AUS 1 (91) - 2 (98, 99)
10. Olivier Marceau, FRA/SUI 1 (00) - 1 (03)
. Dmitry Gaag, KAZ 1 (99) - 1 (04)


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