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Jarrod Shoemaker was 18th Sunday in Madrid. (Larry Rosa/ITU)
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Jarrod Shoemaker Leads U.S. at ITU World Triathlon Madrid

National Team member places 18th, moves to 12th in series rankings

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MADRID, Spain — USA Triathlon National Team member Jarrod Shoemaker led the U.S. with an 18th-place finish Sunday at the ITU World Triathlon Madrid.

Shoemaker (Clermont, Fla.) recorded a time of 1 hour, 55 minutes, 20 seconds on the Olympic-distance course for his second top-20 World Triathlon Series finish of the year. He currently stands 12th and is the top-ranked American in the World Triathlon Series rankings after three races. Tommy Zafares (Soquel, Calif.) was 42nd in 1:57:43 in his WTS debut.

Great Britain’s Jonathan Brownlee won his second straight WTS event in 1:51:49. He also was victorious in San Diego two weeks ago. Visit triathlon.org for a complete men’s recap.

Switzerland’s Nicola Spirig won Saturday’s women’s race in 2:06:35. Visit triathlon.org for a complete women’s recap. No U.S. women were in action this weekend in Madrid.

The eight-race ITU World Triathlon Series resumes June 23-24 with the ITU World Triathlon Kitzbühel.

ITU World Triathlon Madrid
(1,500m swim, 40k bike, 10k run)  
Men’s Results

1. Jonathan Brownlee (GBR), 1:51:49
2. Alexander Bryukhankov (RUS), 1:52:28
3. Dmitry Polyanskiy (RUS), 1:52:54
18. Jarrod Shoemaker (Clermont, Fla.), 1:55:20
42. Tommy Zafares (Soquel, Calif.), 1:57:43


Women’s Results
1. Nicola Spirig (SUI), 2:06:35
2. Aileen Morrison (IRL), 2:06:38
3. Barbara Riveros Diaz (CHI), 2:06:40

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