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Will Clarke 2nd in IM 70.3 Barcelona

Will Clarke has taken silver in the 2014 Ironman 70.3 Barcelona. Will (04:06:03) finished a little more than three minutes behind Sylvain Sudrie (4:02:43). Bruno Pais (04:06:53) completed the podium. Will cartwheeled across the finish line: “It was a good race. I am really happy. I think it is the most consistent race I have ever done."

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Romain Guillaume wins IM Lanzarote; Corinne Abraham 3rd

Romain Guillaume has won the 2014 Ironman Lanzarote. It’s his second full Ironman title since the Ironman Mount Tremblant in 2012. Teammate Corinne Abraham finished third in her return to racing after injury. This brings the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team top-three count for the year to 7 victories and 12 podium finishes. Ronnie Schildknecht had to retire from the race in the bike leg.

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Bart Aernouts and Sofie Goos 2nd in IM 70.3 Mallorca, Liz Blatchford 3rd

Three Uplace-BMC athletes competed in the 2014 Ironman 70.3 Mallorca, and all three finished on the podium. Sofie Goos (4:27:58) and Liz Blatchford (4:29:32) came in second and third behind Lisa Hütthaler (4:18:50). Bart Aernouts (03:53:33) took second place in the pro men’s race. While Andi Dreitz (03:51:38) kept his post-bike lead, Bart held off title favorites Andy Raelert in third (03:53:49), Eneko Llanos, Ivan Raña and Jan Van Berkel.

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Scicon official partner of the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team

The Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team is proud to introduce Scicon as its newest equipment partner and sponsor. Scicon has more than 30 years of experience in designing and manufacturing bicycle bags. The company also sponsors a number of road cycling teams (Tinkoff Saxo, Cannondale Pro Cycling, Garmin Sharpe, Orica Greenedge,…) and individual triathletes (Frederik Van Lierde, Pete Jacobs, Andy Boecherer,…). As part of this new partnership, Scicon has supplied all Uplace-BMC athletes with its Aerocomfort 2.0 bike bag.

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Will Clarke wins Mallorca Triathlon

Will Clarke has won the 2014 Mallorca Triathlon. Will completed the Olympic Distance race in Colonia Sant Jordi in 1:40:50, beating out Sean Donnelly and Graham Leitch for the win. Will was pleased, “It feels good to take my first win of the season. It shows me I can still go fast over the short distance. More importantly, I now have that fast work-out in my legs, which will serve me well in my next races for sure."

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Helle Frederiksen 2nd in St. Anthony's 5150 OD triathlon

Helle Frederiksen has finished second in today’s St. Anthony's 5150 Olympic Distance triathlon. With a final time of 1:57:06, she was just 22 seconds slower than Sarah Haskins (USA; 1:56:44). Radka Vodickova (Czech Republic; 1:59:17) completed the podium. Helle has made it an outstanding 2014 already. Two weeks ago, she won the Ironman 70.3 Puerto Rico. She also finished second in the Ironman 70.3 Monterrey and the Miami Lifetime Tri.

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Romain Guillaume wins Lanzarote Volcano Triathlon

Romain Guillaume has won the 2014 Lanzarote Volcano Triathlon! With a time of 01:58:15, Romain was more than two minutes faster than Bert Jammaer and Rayco Marrero. It is the fifth victory of the season for the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team.

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Helle Frederiksen wins IM 70.3 Puerto Rico, Sofie Goos & Will Clarke 2nd

It was a triumphant day in San Juan for the Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team. Helle Frederiksen took the Ironman 70.3 San Juan title as teammates Sofie Goos and Will Clarke each placed second.

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Liz Blatchford 2nd in IM 70.3 Putrajaya

Liz Blatchford finished second in the Ironman 70.3 Putrajaya after leading most of the race and overheating in the run. Radka Vodickova took the title. Dimity-Lee Duke completed the podium.

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Romain Guillaume 9th in Cannes International Triathlon

Romain Guillaume has finished 9th in today’s Cannes International Triathlon, a race that was part of his training for Ironman Lanzarote. Hervé Faure (3:36:45) won the Cannes triathlon, which was marred by confusion as the leading group inadvertently cut off part of the bike course. Nicolas Fernandez (3:37:15) and Giulio Molinari (3:37:25) completed the podium. Romain clocked in at 3:44:08.

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