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Jumpei Furuya claims 7th place at 2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup Jumpei Furuya claims 7th place at 2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup
Australian’s own Luke Willian and Emma Jackson take top of the podiums on home soil on Saturday, 11 March. Jumpei Furuya had a good... Jumpei Furuya claims 7th place at 2017 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup

Australian’s own Luke Willian and Emma Jackson take top of the podiums on home soil on Saturday, 11 March. Jumpei Furuya had a good swim and bike with the lead group and made a 7th-place finish. Sena Tkahashi and Aoi Kuramoto struggled the swim due to the beach start and waves. It was too much of a gap to catch the lead group, however, they also earned ITU points at the race.

* Race reviews and hilighlits:http://www.triathlon.org/news/article/aussies_win_in_mooloolaba

Elite women’s TOP 3 & Japanese athletes

1. Emma Jackson AUS 01:56:36
2. Ashleigh Gentle AUS 01:56:52
3. Claudia Rivas MEX 01:58:18
11 Sena Takahashi JPN 02:02:48
13. Aoi Kuramoto JPN 02:04:55

Complete results:http://www.triathlon.org/results/result/2017_mooloolaba_itu_triathlon_world_cup/307164

Water temperature 24.1℃, air temperature 31.0℃

Elite Men’s TOP3 & Japanese athlete

1. Luke Willian AUS 01:43:48
2. Drew Box AUS 01:43:56
3. Sam Ward NZL 01:43:58
7. Jyumpei Furuya JPN 01:45:15

Complete results:http://www.triathlon.org/results/result/2017_mooloolaba_itu_triathlon_world_cup/307163

Water temperature 27.4℃, air temperature 30.6℃

Source: jtu.or.jp

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