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Ruth Brennan Morrey (right) finished third on Sunday.
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U.S. Team Earns Two Podium Finishes at ITU Long Distance Duathlon Worlds

Ruth Brennan Morrey posts fastest run split for elite women


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ZOFINGEN, Switzerland—The United States picked up two bronze medals on Sunday at the ITU Long Distance Duathlon World Championships, held at the 25th anniversary for Powerman Zofingen.

In her first elite world championships event, Ruth Brennan Morrey (Rochester, Minn.) covered the 10-kilometer run, 150-kilometer bike, 30-kilometer run course in 7 hours, 27 minutes, 4 seconds to finish third, edging out Switzerland’s Barbara Schwartz by seven seconds. Brennan Morrey’s 30k run split of 2:05:13 was the fastest of the day in the women’s field. Visit for a complete elite recap. 

In amateur action, Jeff Wilson (Copley, Ohio) finished third in the men’s 25-29 age group with a time of 7:42:03. Wilson posted a solid run, bike, run effort to put a distance of more than 35 minutes between himself and the fourth-place finisher.

Team USA is comprised of the nation’s top multisport amateur athletes who represent the U.S. at each ITU World Championships event. Visit for more on Team USA. 

2013 Zofingen ITU Powerman Long Distance Duathlon World Championships – Complete Results   
10k run, 150k bike, 30k run

Elite Women
1. Eva Nystrom (SWE), 7:13:08
2. Julia Viellehner (GER), 7:24:36
3. Ruth Brennan Morrey (Rochester, Minn.), 7:27:04

United States Age Group Medalists 
Male 25-29

3. Jeff Wilson (Copley, Ohio), 7:42:03 

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