1994 ITU Triathlon World Cup

1994 ITU Triathlon World Cup
Series details
Number of races: 10
Men's World Cup
1st  Brad Beven (AUS)
2nd  Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
3rd  Philippe Fattori (FRA)
Most wins Brad Beven (6)
Women's World Cup
1st  Jenny Rose (NZL)
2nd  Gail Laurence (USA)
3rd  Sabine Westhoff (GER)
Most wins Jenny Rose (3)

The 1994 ITU Triathlon World Cup was a series of triathlon races organised by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) for elite-level triathletes. There were ten races held in eight different countries, all of them held over a distance of 1500 m swim, 40 km cycle, 10 km run (an Olympic-distance triathlon).

Results

Japan Amakusa, Japan

  • 1994-05-29 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Wes Hobson (USA)
01:47:41
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
01:59:20
 Nate Llerandi (USA)
01:49:26
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
02:01:37
 Philippe Fattori (FRA)
01:49:34
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:05:19


Japan Osaka, Japan

  • 1994-06-05 (US$50,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:51:07
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
02:05:19
 Rainer Müller-Hörner (GER)
01:51:18
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
02:05:40
 Christoph Mauch (SUI)
01:52:37
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:06:21


Switzerland Nendaz, Switzerland

  • 1994-06-19 (US$40,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Hamish Carter (NZL)
02:10:01
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
02:29:26
 Stephen Foster (AUS)
02:12:21
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:31:59
 Jim Riccitello (USA)
02:12:32
 Karen Smyers (USA)
02:37:13


Canada Whistler, Canada

  • 1994-07-10 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
01:48:06
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
02:01:12
 Frank Clarke (CAN)
01:48:52
 Martha Sorenson (USA)
02:03:28
 Christoph Mauch (SUI)
01:49:34
 Melissa Mantak (USA)
02:05:23


United States Cleveland, United States

  • 1994-08-07 (US$40,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:48:52
 Karen Smyers (USA)
02:03:13
 Hamish Carter (NZL)
01:48:58
 Erin Baker (NZL)
02:03:19
 Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
01:48:59
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
02:04:05


United States Wilkes-Barre, United States

  • 1994-08-14 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:54:08
 Erin Baker (NZL)
02:10:50
 Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
01:54:09
 Martha Sorenson (USA)
02:12:27
 Hamish Carter (NZL)
01:56:37
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
2:12:41


Brazil Ilhéus, Brazil

  • 1994-09-17 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Oscar Galíndez (ARG)
01:53:23
 Gail Laurence (USA)
02:07:51
 Leandro Macedo (BRA)
01:54:23
 Katie Webb (USA)
02:09:30
 Ariel Sarrigo (ARG)
01:55:42
 Janet Hatfield (USA)
02:09:40


France Gérardmer, France

  • 1994-09-25 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:51:36
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:06:56
 Philippe Fattori (FRA)
01:51:48
 Isabelle Mouthon (FRA)
02:11:04
 Markus Keller (SUI)
01:53:40
 Gail Laurence (USA)
02:11:43


Spain San Sebastian, Spain

  • 1994-10-02 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:48:54
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:04:56
 Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
01:49:13
 Isabelle Mouthon (FRA)
02:07:02
 Philippe Fattori (FRA)
01:51:06
 Virginia Berasategi (ESP)
02:08:09


Mexico Ixtapa, Mexico

  • 1994-10-30 (US$20,000)
Place Men Women
Name Time Name Time
 Brad Beven (AUS)
01:48:53
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
02:05:27
 Spencer Smith (GBR)
01:49:01
 Katie Webb (USA)
02:05:40
 Ricardo González (MEX)
01:49:35
 Janet Hatfield (USA)
02:06:00


Final ranking

Place Men Women
Name Points Name Points
 Brad Beven (AUS)
 Jenny Rose (NZL)
 Andrew MacMartin (CAN)
 Gail Laurence (USA)
 Philippe Fattori (FRA)
 Sabine Westhoff (GER)
4.  Wes Hobson (USA)
 Katie Webb (USA)
5.  Christoph Mauch (SUI)
 Janet Hatfield (USA)
6.  Markus Keller (SUI)
 Marci Cantu (USA)
7.  Hamish Carter (NZL)
 Rina Bradshaw (AUS)
8.  Jean-Claude Guichard (SUI)
 Melissa Mantak (USA)
9.  Mark Bates (CAN)
 Isabelle Mouthon (FRA)
10.  Nate Llerandi (USA)
 Martha Sorenson (USA)


See also

  • 1994 ITU Triathlon World Championships

References

  • Results
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