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Broderick finishes 4th at Jiayuguan World Cup

Finish moves her to 63rd on ITU Points List
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Jiayuguan ITU World Cup Triathlon

Broderick finishes 4th at Jiayuguan World Cup

4th place finish makes it her third top 5 finish in three races this season.

JIGGYWCPhoto Credit: Darryl Carey/ ITU Media

While Jess Broderick has only shown up on the start line a few times this season she is making all of those starts count. In her first season under coach Darren Smith, Broderick has now finished in the top 5 in all 3 of her races this season. This past weekend at the Jiayuguan World Cup Broderick emerged from the water with a group of roughly 15 athletes and quickly got to work distancing the group from the chasers. Thanks in large part to Broderick’s contributions on the bike the lead group entered the run with a two minute lead on the chasers. Once on the run, Broderick settled in to 4th place where she remained until the finish. Her result moved her up to 63rd place on the ITU points list. Read Jess’ race recap below-

“This weekend I returned to China for my second World Cup of the year. Just like my trip to Chengdu, Jiayuguan was a very interesting experience! My lead up to the race was a bit rough, but I got to China in one piece, approaching the race with an open mind and positive attitude.  I had great company on the trip, as the USA sent two coaches, Paulo Sousa and Greg Mueller, and five male athletes.

Although the water was cold earlier in the week, the warm weather raised the temperature to 22 by race day, making it a non-wetsuit swim. My race start was at 11:45 am, so it was really heating up by the time we lined up for the introductions. I knew that the weather conditions and altitude would play a big role in the race.
I found myself in a good position by the time we reached the first buoy, and I settled in to the front group of swimmers. I could see the front swimmer (Sato, from Japan), and I also knew there were a few athletes behind me in the group, so I felt like I was in a good place heading towards T1. The swim exit/run to T1 was one of the most challenging bits of the race for me- I felt a bit light headed as I stood up, and the run up to transition was up a steep, short hill. I took deep breaths and aggressively ran up the climb, grabbed my bike and took off on to the bike course. Eventually a group of about 15 athletes formed the front bunch- very similar to how the world cup in Chengdu unfolded. Also similar to Chengdu was the fact that only about 5 or 6 of us were doing the work at the front. We had an incentive given there were some strong runners in the chase pack. We kept gaining time on them, so I think that those of us rotating through the front did a good job. I made sure to hydrate consistently throughout the bike course in preparation for a hot run.
I am really happy with my T2 from this race, as I was strategic in planning for it, and executed it well. As everyone started getting their feet out of their shoes on the last straight away on the bike, I made my move to the front and took the last corner into transition first. I got my feet out quickly in the last section before transition, and dismounted first onto the blue carpet. I had a pretty smooth transition and got out onto the run course shoulder to shoulder with an athlete from China. I was very patient at the start of the run because I anticipated that several athletes would go out too hard given the conditions. This proved true as I was able to re-pass three or four athletes during the first lap of the run. Three athletes were still in front of me by the halfway mark, so I focused on keeping them as close as I could, working slowly at the time gap of about 12 seconds. I was never able to regain contact with those three, so ended up in 4th place overall.
The run in Jiayuguan was probably the deepest I have had to dig so far this season. I am not pleased with my run split, and would have loved to be more towards the front and get on the podium, but I am really proud of what I was able to do on the day.
A big thanks to OTF Multisport, Team Psycho, HUUB and Revici for your continued support this season. It is special to share this journey with all of you.”

Geneva Continental Cup

Jerdonek dominates at Geneva Continental Cup

Lindsey Jerdonek dominates Geneva Continental Cup to take first ITU win of her career.

GenevaCCPhoto Credit: Rob Holden Photography

Lindsey Jerdonek once again showed off her mid-season fitness by capturing the win at the Geneva Continental Cup. Jerdonek, who came out of the water in 5th place, 45 seconds down from the leaders, used her strength on the bike to bridge up and form a lead group of 5 athletes 2 laps into the 6 lap bike. The lead group worked hard to extend there lead to over 2 minutes heading into the run. Once on the run Jerdonek quickly took the lead and extended it to 30 seconds within the first 2 kilometers. Jerdonek didn’t look back from there and used a personal best 35:40 10k split to take the win by over 2 minutes ahead of Melinda Vernon and Emma Pallant. Jerdonek, along with teammates Chelsea Burns and Jess Broderick will next race at the Tiszaujvaros World Cup in Hungary on August 9th and 10th. Read about Lindsey’s first ITU win below-

“I’m very happy with how I raced at the Geneva ITU European Cup and it was a cool experience to cross the finish tape first and to partake in the champagne ceremony! I’m training in the nearby French Alps, so it was a relatively quick jaunt across the border to Switzerland to race. The bike course proved to be as tough as I had heard beforehand–it featured a steep one kilometer climb (that you do six times) and a few technical turns, which I like having in races.

Out of the water I was fifty seconds down on the first few girls and had to hit the bike hard to catch up. Over the first couple laps, a five-woman front pack formed and we had a two minute lead over the chase group by the time we started the run. Knowing that there were plenty of good runners in the chase pack, I kept the pressure on the whole 10k and ended up running my fastest 10k split on a legit course. I feel like I’ve bounced back from the injury I had earlier this season and that I’m gaining momentum going into my last couple WTS and World Cup races in the next couple months.

I am very grateful for the continued support from OTF Multisport and Team Psycho in helping me race professionally.”


Photo Credit: Rob Holden Photography


Jerdonek races to 14th place finish at WTS Hamburg

Jerdonek races to 14th place finish at WTS Hamburg

Lindsey Jerdonek continued her breakthrough season with a personal best 14th place finish in 5th WTS race of 2014

Chicago WTS divePhoto Cred: AliEngin Photography

Lindsey Jerdonek continued her breakout season following the Chicago WTS race with a 14th place finish at WTS Hamburg this weekend. For the second straight race Jerdonek finished with a career best placing against the top women in the world moving her into a tie for 37th in the WTS rankings. While Lindsey initially missed the lead group out of the water she used her strength on the bike to ensure that she began the run with the leaders. Lindsey ran amongst the top 15 throughout the run before finishing in 14th place and 2nd amongst American athletes racing. Lindsey recounts her recent success below-

“I am very happy with my progression at the last two WTS races in Chicago and Hamburg, where I placed 21st and 14th, respectively. In Chicago, I swam front pack for the first time in a WTS field and had a strong bike. While I didn’t back up this good start to my race with a solid run in Chicago, I redeemed myself in Hamburg, running 16:58 over the (roughly) 5k course.

It’s encouraging to get certain pieces of my races right and I’m working the ability to string the various components together in one race.

I am very grateful for the continued support from OTF Multisport and Team Psycho in helping me race professionally.”