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[15] Her coach, Brett Sutton, believes this experience to have been very useful altitude training for her later professional career,[2] while Wellington herself regards it as having given her lasting mental strength. [10] In her victory speech at the 2007 Hawaii Ironman, she referred to her experience teaching at Beaver Country Day School near Boston, where she first noticed the difference that sport can make to children's lives. Not only did Wellington set new female bike, run and course records, but her marathon time of 2:52:54 was also faster than all of the men. The infection was causing her fever and night sweats, and the hip pain had disturbed her running gait. Chrissie Wellington claims third straight Ironman title in record time in Hawaii British triathlete Chrissie Wellington claimed her third straight Ironman World Championship title in Kona… I never want to look back and think ‘what if’. [25] This qualified her to enter the ITU World Age Group (Amateur) Championships in Lausanne, Switzerland, a title which she won on 2 September 2006, beating her nearest rival by 4 minutes and 2 seconds. The triathlon world fell in love with … On Sunday Wellington published a blog post in which she referred to Sun Tzu's book The Art of War and elaborated on how war strategy could be applied to triathlon, saying that she hadn't lost her fight because of her injuries and quoting Bella Bayliss's dictum that "It's not a race, it's war. Her current record of 8 hours 18 minutes 13 seconds is more than 32 minutes faster than the record which stood from 1994 to 2008, when Yvonne van Vlerken broke it by just over 5 minutes. She posts a 2:57:44 marathon—breaking To win the race was something that hadn’t crossed my mind, so to find myself in the lead at about 120km on the bike, to cross the line in first place and be crowned World Ironman Champion was amazing, surprising and incredibly overwhelming. Her coach said that her plan was "to do it as easy as possible" once she had got to the front. She turned professional with the intention of racing standard-distance events, and enjoyed early success, winning Olympic-distance events in Bangkok and Subic Bay, then returned to the UK where she won the sprint-distance event at Bleinheim. Her hip had been in constant pain during the bike stage, but once she started on the marathon, her hamstrings began seizing up as well. [45] She recorded the fastest overall time for the ascent of les 21 virages[46] (pictured, right). In December 2010, having previously awarded her the University's Sporting Achievement Award in 2007, the University of Birmingham granted her an honorary doctorate "as a tribute to her work in both her passions: sport and international development".[103]. Chrissie won the World Ironman Championships in 2007 in her first year as a pro, finishing five minutes ahead of her nearest rival. Tra gli uomini ha vinto l'australiano Chris McCormack, mentre tra le donne si è laureata campionessa del mondo "ironman" la britannica Chrissie Wellington. Every breath hurt and I couldn't move my arm properly. One of my most abiding and inspiring memories was seeing an 80 year old Korean man cross the line 20 minutes before the midnight cut off. She required surgery under general anaesthetic to insert wires (later removed) into her arm and wrist and had to wear a cast on her arm for six weeks. "[69] Subsequent blood tests, which also included an anti-doping control, showed that she had, or had had, bacterial strep throat, bacterial pneumonia and West Nile virus. "[35], At the Ironman Australia Triathlon in April 2008, her first Ironman since Hawaii, Wellington again won by a margin of five minutes, finishing 9th overall. In contrast with her previous races at Kona, where Wellington had dominated on the bike, she started the marathon stage with five women still in front of her. After Korea I flew straight to Singapore to do the 70.3 there. 'You are going to hurt like hell', I said to myself, because this is just the start. [82], Welliington's condition improved over the remaining three days before the race, thanks in part to a new course of antibiotics, and continued ART and acupuncture treatments. [57], Commenting on Wellington's record, Newby-Fraser said, "But the revelation I had was watching how hard she worked for it ... and it was clear she was going to the well. [61] She fractured her radius, two metacarpals and two fingers in her right arm and hand. She is the first British athlete to hold the Ironman Triathlon World Championship, and was undefeated in all thirteen of her races over the ironman distance. [65] Only three men recorded a faster marathon run, two of whom were less than a minute faster. [18] In the following two months, she won this race on both occasions. [58] Only 22 men were faster than Wellington. Within 5 days she had handed in her notice at DEFRA, and in February flew out to Thailand to join Sutton's teamTBB at their base in Phuket.[2]. Two exceptional opportunities arising in 2012 were promoting her book A Life Without Limits (due to be published the following month) and the London Olympics. Her marathon time was a course record until Carfrae crossed the line in second place 2 minutes 49 seconds later, in turn setting a new marathon course record of 2:52:09. He added, "You have in Chrissie a person of true international sporting excellence that is overshadowed by no one in any other sport. Elle fait ses études à l'école polyvalent locale la Downham Market High School où elle est membre de plusieurs équipes sportives mais s'adonne tout d'abord à la poursuite de ses études1. [4] During a religious holiday, she spent two weeks cycling with friends some 1400 km from Lhasa, the capital of Tibet to Kathmandu, crossing mountain passes over 5000 m, enduring sandstorms and blizzards, and reaching Base Camp on the northern (Tibetan) side of Mount Everest at 5208 m (17090 ft). [71] Despite riding the last two miles of the bike course on a flat tyre, she beat the previous course record by 35 minutes, and runner-up Linsey Corbin's time by 29 minutes. [57] Wellington's victory was described as "stunning" and "even more dominant" than usual. I flew to Hawaii nine days before the race……..and never in a million years could I have predicted what would happen next! I was so proud and pleased just to have been on the start line at Kona – to come up against some of the best triathletes in the world was an amazing opportunity for me. Despite losing around 10 minutes because of a flat tyre – a delay which would have been greater if fellow competitor Rebekah Keat had not given her a spare CO2 cartridge – she finished some 15 minutes ahead of second-placed Yvonne van Vlerken.[50]. The gist is basically this. She left this job in February 2007 in order to become a professional triathlete. After winning her first race in Korea in 2007, Great Britain’s Wellington dominated the race here in Kona a few months later. In February 2013, Chrissie joined Parkrun's staff as Head of Participation. My name is Chrissie Wellington and I am a British Triathlete and four time World Ironman Champion (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011). All I said was “am I ready?” Next thing I knew it was 26 August and I was on the start line at Ironman Korea. The accident resulted in a haematoma in her left thigh, causing – in an example of myositis ossificans – a 5 cm spur of bone to grow from her femur. In addition to the Ironman titles, she was also the 2006 International Triathlon Union (ITU) Age Group World Champion and the 2008 ITU long-distance World Champion. [90] Having missed the 2000 Olympics when she was in Australia, she was keen to experience the Olympics in her home country in any capacity, whether as a spectator, as a volunteer, or in the media. First Ironman world championship win On 13 October 2007 (14 October UTC), Wellington won the Ironman world championship title at Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, together with US$110,000 prize money. [84], Her coach had advised her to hold back on her swim speed, otherwise she might not be able to complete the race; together with the lack of power in her left arm, that meant her swim was much slower than usual at 61 minutes. Paula Newby-Fraser's course record at the Ironman World Championships had stood for 17 years until Wellington broke it in 2009. After taking a year’s sabbatical, four-time Ironman World Champion and holder of all women’s Ironman-distance records Chrissie Wellington announces her retirement at age 35 from professional Ironman racing. A LIFE [...] It was chilling to watch because you could see Wellington racing her way right to the hospital, paying literally no heed to her brain's internal governor – one that has been wired into the human body through millions of years of evolution."[87]. Her marathon time of 2:44:35 was also a new world record. To książka dla wszystkich, którzy … [102] She crossed the finish line with a marathon time of 2:52:41, winning in an overall time of 8:55:08. "[59] A year later her coach Dave Scott revealed that she had an upper hamstring injury and that, "Deep down inside, she had a bit of a struggle in 2009." Her time was the third-fastest female ironman-distance time to date, beaten only by her two records in Roth. [17], Wellington's first[14] triathlon race was at the Eton Super Sprints on 16 May 2004, where she finished third. She later became its Head of Health and Wellbeing. She would continue to be associated with the sport, but not as a professional racer.[92][93]. That's why she was in Nepal. [...] This is the real Chrissie, the one people don't see behind the flashy smile.[2]. "[80][81] The previous day Mike Leahy had begun treating Wellington using his Active Release Therapy (ART); he instructed her to go to the hospital for tests, not wanting to continue ART treatment if the problem was a fracture. [34] By winning this race, she earned a slot to race at the Ironman world championships in Hawaii. [62], The injury severely limited her training, but once the cast was removed she was able to train intensively with her friend Catriona Morrison near Águilas in south-east Spain. I loved every minute of my first Ironman – despite the oppressively hot and humid conditions. She holds, or held, all three world and championship records relating to ironman-distance triathlon races: firstly, the overall world record, secondly, the Ironman World Championship course record (from 2009 until Mirinda Carfrae lowered it in 2013), and thirdly, the official world record for all Ironman-branded triathlon races over the full Ironman distance. She won the world titles in 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011, and earned overall 13 iron-distance victories in her career—going undefeated at the distance. Chrissie Wellington first discovered Parkrun when she came across 300 people lining up in Richmond Park on a Saturday morning, and spontaneously decided to take part. And as for Kona – that was something that hadn’t even entered my mind! Does her first Ironman in Korea about 7 weeks ago and wins. The next day, Wednesday, she was due to fly to Kona, but she preferred to remain in Boulder, close to the experts treating her. Van Vlerken finished in third place, 19 minutes behind Wellington. ), Member of the Order of the British Empire, Officer of the Order of the British Empire, ITU Long Distance World Championship (O3), "Ironman World Championship 2011 race results", "Timberman 70.3 2009 Pro Order of Finish", "Ironman Australia Triathlon results (athlete tracker)", "World Championships Triathlon Long Distance (O3) Almere 31-08-2008", "Timberman 70.3 2008 Pro Order of Finish", "Le Longue Distance Vaujany - l'Alpe d'Huez, Mercredi 30 juillet 2008", "2008 Tongyeong BG Triathlon World Cup results", "2007 Aviva Singapore Ironman 70.3 Triathlon", "Le Longue Distance Vaujany - l'Alpe d'Huez, 1er août 2007", "TRIATHLON DE LORIENT Chp. I didn’t really know anything about longer course racing. I was put in touch with the well known coach Brett Sutton, and jumped at the chance to spend a week with him at his camp in Switzerland in January 2007. Christine Ann Wellington (Bury St Edmunds, 18 febbraio 1977) è una triatleta britannica. She is the only triathlete, male or female, to have … I think her win could be the catalyst for the sport in South East Asia. They have a daughter named Esme. I hope that I [...] can, in a small way, help to inspire people to take up sport, realise their own dreams and their full potential. [52][53], Despite suffering from shingles,[54] Wellington set a new record for ironman-distance triathlon races of 8:31:59 on 12 July 2009 at the Quelle Challenge Roth, beating Yvonne van Vlerken's record set a year earlier over the same course by 13 minutes and 49 seconds. Christine Ann Wellington MBE, (født 18. februar 1977) er en tidligere britisk triatlet og verdensrekordholder på ironman-distancen. I also did the Alp D’Huez Long Course Triathlon in July 2007. If it costs me a little money, I am at ease with that." Chrissie Wellington is the world's No 1 female Ironman triathlete, a four times World Champion, having recently won the her fourth title in October 2011 and the World Record holder. Simply amazing. Rebekah Keat, who finished second, 7 minutes 25 seconds behind Wellington, also beat van Vlerken's time. Chrissie Wellington jest czterokrotną zwyciężczynią Mistrzostw Świata Ironman w Kona na Hawajach (2007, 2008, 2009 i 2011). [53] Commentator Timothy Carlson wrote, "Superwoman Chrissie Wellington didn't just break it, she obliterated the one-year-old women's Iron-distance world record today. [35] She finished in 9:08:45, five minutes ahead of Samantha McGlone, running the marathon leg in 2:59:58, the second-fastest time recorded to date by a woman on the Hawaii course. At DEFRA, she was part of the team that negotiated for the UK at the World Summit on Sustainable Development, and became involved in following up the UK government's commitments on water and sanitation. "[55], In August, Wellington dropped her coach Simon Lessing to become self-coached. Winning this race was a real highlight of 2007, and I was so happy to repeat that performance again in 2008. The relay was in the 4xswimming, 4xbike, 4xrun format with each relay leg being the sprint distance. Winner - World Championship Ironman Triathlon, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii (2007) Completed London marathon (2002) I started off very slowly - 20 minutes, 30 minutes, and 40 minutes. Werdegang Chrissie Wellington wuchs in dem Dorf Feltwell bei Thetford auf und war in ihrer Jugend als Schwimmerin aktiv. After Wellington's main concern, though, was Mirinda Carfrae, the 2010 champion who was only a little over three minutes behind her, and the only woman who had run faster than her on this course – a serious worry, given Wellington's injuries.[85]. È pluricampionessa del mondo su distanza Ironman: ha vinto per ben 4 volte la rassegna iridata alle Hawaii, realizzando anche il record sul percorso. 2007 started very well, I came second in my first ITU points race in Thailand, won an Olympic distance race in Bangkok, the ITU points race at Subic Bay in the Philippines, an Olympic distance event in Zurich and the wonderful sprint triathlon in Bleinheim, UK. She also worked on post-conflict environmental reconstruction policy. [81] Her overall time was second only to the course record she had set in 2009. "[86] She described the pain on the marathon as "the worst I'd ever known. Note also that the table is sortable: click on any column heading to sort the whole table by that column; click again to toggle between ascending/descending order. She became, after meeting the parents of Jon Blais at her first world championship, an ambassador for the Blazeman Foundation, performing a "Blazeman roll" in his memory at the finish line of all her triathlon races since then. She is the only triathlete, male or female, to have won the World Championship less than a year after turning professional, an achievement described by the British Triathlon Federation as "a remarkable feat, deemed to be a near impossible task for any athlete racing as a rookie at their first Ironman World Championships. Her body slowed down in the intense heat approaching the Energy Lab, where she passed Caroline Steffen to gain the lead. She won in a time of 4:07:49, more than 16 minutes in front of Pip Taylor, placing 11th overall (10th among the pro men). [6] She campaigns for full equality of women in prize money, sponsorship, and media reporting of sport, and equal opportunities, notably in cycling, for women to be able to compete on the same terms, and over the same race distances, as men. She finished 14th in the women's 40-49 age category.[97]. [99] She was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2010 Birthday Honours for services to ironman triathlons[100][101] and promoted to Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to sport and charity. [37] Only twenty days later, she attempted her first World Cup race, the Tongyeong BG Triathlon in Korea, but could only finish in 22nd place. What happened in the Pro Women's race at the Hawaii Ironman in Kona this year was nothing short of incredible. I no longer fit into their framework, and hence the time has come for me to move on. I know what she had to do to get it and I hope she realizes it's not that easy. [36] Her victory was described as the "biggest upset in Ironman Hawaii history",[36] "a remarkable feat, deemed to be a near impossible task for any athlete racing as a rookie at their first Ironman World Championships"[4] and "one of the biggest shocks in the sport's history. She said: I owe so much to Brett, and teamTBB. [40][41] Spectators were aware throughout the race that Wellington was close to breaking the world record, but she did not know exactly what it was, and in any case preferred to slow down to celebrate her victory over the last few kilometres, exchanging greetings and hi-fives with the crowd. teamTBB is focused on helping "development athletes" who might otherwise not have the opportunity to succeed in professional triathlon. Where transition times are not shown explicitly, they are included in the split times (usually the bike time). It was the 31st Ironman World Championship, which has been held annually in Hawaii since 1978. On 2 May 2015 Wellington married Tom Lowe. "[10] In 2000, supported by a £10,000 scholarship from the Economic and Social Research Council,[13] she enrolled in an MA course in development studies at the University of Manchester. In 2008 she won at Ironman "[86] She ran the first half of the marathon in 1 hour 22 minutes – her fastest ever at Kona – increasing her lead over Carfrae to five minutes. The location is simply amazing – swimming in the crystal clear waters, the legendary Tour De France climbs and hairpin descents which pass through lush forest, green meadows and small alpine villages, and the beautiful views from the run course at the top of Alp D’Huez itself. On 17 August 2008 she achieved her first win at the half-Ironman distance at the Timberman 70.3 triathlon in Gilford, New Hampshire, placing sixth overall, 18 minutes ahead of runner-up Amanda Stevens. After the race, her coach Dave Scott told journalist T J Murphy that Wellington was "traumatised" by the effects of her injuries, and that despite her "stoic" attitude, her injuries were "worse than any of us might have imagined", adding, "I don't think Chrissie will appreciate me telling you this, but it's important." [67], After this race, her former coach Brett Sutton wrote, "The triathlon world should be rejoicing. Before becoming a professional triathlete, Wellington worked for the British government as an adviser on international development and, for Rural Reconstruction Nepal, on development projects in Nepal. On Monday she tried a four-kilometre swim, her first hard swim since the crash; this produced pain in her pectoral muscle, which worsened over subsequent training sessions. [88][89] Among the charities she hoped to spend more time supporting were Jane's Appeal, the Blazeman Foundation for ALS, Girls Education Nepal and Challenged Athletes Foundation. 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