Britain's Alistair Brownlee won a brilliant Olympic triathlon gold with his younger brother Jonny in bronze as Spain's Javier Gomez took silver. The elder Brownlee, injured for the first half of the year, went away on the 10km run and crossed the line with a union jack draped over his shoulders to delight a huge Hyde Park crowd. onny had incurred a 15-second penalty for mounting his bike too early in transition one and had to take it at the end of the penultimate run lap.
Gold medaltist Alistair Brownlee and silver medalist Jonathan Brownlee of Great Britain celebrate on the podium during the Men's Triathlon at Fort Copacabana on Day 13 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
I didn't know this athlete before I read this article on him.Chris Hoy just took his pension of cycling but he quit the cycling world as a legend.Chris Hoy has been a world champion eleven time and he won 6 gold Olympic medals.This British athlete is really in shape and the world will probably say a big thank you to this bicycle legend because Chris prove to us that everything is possible when you want.
Olympic Men's Triathlon 2012: Brownlee Brothers Win Gold and Bronze Medals: In one of the best stories of the 2012 Summer Olympics so far, Great Britain stars Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee won the gold and bronze medals respectively in the men’s triathlon on Tuesday. The brothers finished just 31 seconds apart—Alistair finished with a time of 1:46:25 and Jonathan finished with a 1:46:56—but it would have been even closer if it wasn’t for a 15-second penalty Jonathan was docked on...
Alistair Brownlee of Great Britain celebrates after crossing the finish line during the Men's Triathlon at Fort Copacabana on Day 13 of the 2016 Rio Olympic Games on August 18, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.