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Capital win for Bowden

23rd September 2012, 07:25pm

Adam Bowden: Victory in London

Adam Bowden: Victory in London

Britain's Adam Bowden claimed victory in the elite men's category at Sunday's Virgin Active London Triathlon.

The 30-year-old from Hertfordshire conquered testing weather conditions to complete the 1500metre swim, 40kilometre bike ride and 10km run in a time of one hour 48 minutes and eight seconds.

Bowden came home four seconds ahead of Thomas Bishop, with Aaron Harris (1hr 48mins 52secs) completing an all-British top three.

The elite women's was won by Daniela Ryf in a time of 2:01.05. The 25-year-old from Switzerland led home from South Africa's Gillian Sanders (2:02.07) with Britain's Lucy Hall third in 2:02.24.

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