kitzbuhel-2013-ew-web_0025_resize__mediumSuggestions that Kitzbühel might produce one of the most demanding and innovative triathlon courses ever set certainly lived up to the hype. Anyone who saw Alistair Brownlee in the men’s race struggle to get out of his shoes on the 22% slope on which T2 was located knew that the women were in for a huge test of strength. You can check out our preview of the race here.

Earlier in the day, rain was predicted at the summit of Kitzbühel Horn for the women’s race. But fortunately the forecast proved to be wrong and the ladies were treated to clear, warm and sunny conditions.

Natalie Milne opened up a small break early in the swim and managed to stretch it out to 11 seconds by the end of the 750m swim from Nicky Samuels and Emma Moffatt.

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The bunch came together in the early stages of the 11.5km bike leg with a group of 15 women tackling the lower slopes of the Kitzbühel Horn together. But numbers slowly dwindled as the slope continued to climb upwards.

kitzbuhel-2013-ew-web_0012_resize__mediumThe second half of the bike leg produced a game of ‘cat and mouse’ amongst the leading women. Each was closely watching the others

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but no-one was prepared to risk making a break for it knowing the steepest parts of the climb still lay ahead.

With 4km to go, only four women remained in the lead pack – Anne Haug, Emma Jackson, Nicky Samuel and Jodie Stimpson.

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In the steepest part of the bike leg (with some sections at 22%!), Stimpson finally made a break for it with less than 2km to go. She pulled away from the rest of the lead bunch and eventually hit T2 (which itself was on a 20% incline) with a 42 second lead.

Two special mentions from the bike leg; Kristen Sweetland, who appeared to drop off the bunch early in the ride, rode at a steady tempo and timed it perfectly to enter T2 with the chase bunch just 42 seconds behind Stimpson. And Emma Jackson also deserves a mention. She hasn’t raced since Wellington back in April and is not known as a strong biker but was super consistent and remained with the leading bunch throughout the entire bike leg.

Jackson startOut on the run, Stimpson was moving well on the downhill run to the turnaround point. Jackson hit the run in 2nd place with a small gap to Haug in 3rd.

The run leg was only 2.5km but don’t be mistaken in thinking it would be easy. Straight out of transition, the women had to run downhill, torturing their already smashed quads to the half-way point, then turnaround and run all the way back up the hill (which included sections that were 15-16%) to the finish.

Stimpson’s lead was never threatened and she hit the line to win her 1st WTS title in 1:03:22 with a 59 second victory over Jackson in 2nd and Haug a further 13 second back in 3rd.

Big congrats to Emma Jackson for securing second place today. Great to see her on the podium. Back in business!

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