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Foot injury set to bring curtain down on Jenkins' season

Helen Jenkins’ injury woes look set to continue with the two-time world triathlon champion facing yet another spell on the sidelines.

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Jenkins takes silver at World Triathlon Series in Chicago

Former world champion Helen Jenkins claimed her third podium of the season with a storming silver at the ITU World Triathlon Series in Chicago.<...>

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Stimpson storms to World Series victory in Auckland

Jodie Stimpson made a winning start to the World Triathlon Series season with a determined victory in Auckland.

Stimpson finished just ah...

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Jenkins excited but being careful ahead of triathlon return

Helen Jenkins will race for the first time since the London 2012 Olympics Games in New Zealand this weekend but she’s not getting ahead of herse...

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Brownlees deliver on Olympic triathlon vow

Tuesday, August 7 will go down in the record books as the best day in the history of British triathlon to date, and it will take some beating.

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Medal Record

London 2012
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Beijing 2008
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Biography

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Helen Jenkins, née Tucker, won her first world title in 2008 before going on to make her Olympic debut in Beijing. Aside from Alistair Brownlee, Jenkins is the only other member of the British team for London to have Olympic experience.

Last year she became the first British woman to win the ITU World Championship Series title since its inception in 2009, with a race win in London and second-place finishes in Kitzbühel and Madrid and the Grand Final in Beijing.

She married Marc Jenkins, who represented Britain on the ITU World Cup circuit and at Athens 2004, in October 2008 at Walt Disney World in Florida and they now live in south Wales with their Labrador Barney.

Jenkins was named Female Triathlete of the Year by British Triathlon in 2011 and shared the BOA’s Olympic Athlete of the Year with Brownlee in the same year.