Three Age Group Team USA Athletes Earn Medals at World Triathlon Powerman Duathlon Championships Zofingen
by USA Triathlon
ZOFINGEN, Switzerland — Three U.S. age group Team USA athletes won medals at the 2023 World Triathlon Powerman Long Distance Duathlon Championships Zofingen, while 20 Team USA athletes total represented the red, white and blue on Sept. 3.
Kimberly Wikel (Milan, Ohio) won gold in the women's 45-49 age group, Jacqueline Miller (Holly Springs, N.C.) earned gold in women's 55-59 and Nick Watson (Ada, Mich.) took bronze in the men's 45-49.
Congratulations to our podium finishers and all 14 Team USA athletes!
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2023 World Triathlon Powerman Long Distance Duathlon Championships Zofingen
10.5k run, 147k bike, 27k run
Team USA Results
4. Karoline Muehlfellner (Dunedin, Fla.), 40-44
5. Laura Bergmann (Winchester, Va.), 40-44
8. Shobha Sidigonde (Newark, Del.), 40-44
1.Kimberly Wikel (Milan, Ohio), 45-49
1.Jacqueline Miller (Holly Springs, N.C.), 55-59
5. Cora Sturzl (Malaga, Wash.), 60-64
3. Nick Watson (Ada, Mich.) 45-49
5. Jon Bass (Jonesborough, Tenn.), 45-49
8. Kenneth Cobb (Ashburn, Va.) 45-49
4. Joel Kinnunen (Marana, Ariz.), 55-59
11. David Zuzga (Philadelphia, Pa.) 45-49
13. Christian Botting (Boulder, Colo.) 45-49
5. Mark Thompson (Mamaroneck, N.Y.) 60-64
4. Michael Felicissimo (Thornton, Colo.) 65-69