British Paratriathletes shine bright at Dorney

The late Bank Holiday proved prosperous for Britain’s elite paratriathletes, who collected nine gold medals at the first-ever Dorney Lake-hosted ITU World Cup event. International athletes were welcomed to West London, where temperatures topped 25°C at the London 2012 Olympic rowing venue.

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Gold medal-winning performances were achieved by Commonwealth Champions, Joe Townsend and Jade Jones, while Rio Paralympic champions Andy Lewis and Martin Shultz (GER) also won their respective categories.

It was also a big day for the nation’s emerging talent, including Britain’s Hannah Moore, who won PTS4 gold just a year after trying her first paratriathlon, and a group of potential new guides for the visually-impaired athletes. 

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