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Brownlee wins on return to action and promises best to come

Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee made a winning return to complete a British double at the World Triathlon Series in Cape Town.

After V...

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Olympic24: Scott closes in on ISAF World Cup title

Giles Scott is looking to lead a British medal charge at ISAF World Cup while William Fox-Pitt tames tough going in Kentucky. Plus there are big...

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Holland 'shocked' by first ever World Triathlon title

Vicky Holland stormed to her first-ever World Triathlon Series victory in Cape Town - and admitted she was shocked.

Commonwealth bronze m...

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Olympic24: GB Baku team named & tough day for sailors

A total of 153 athletes selected to represent Team GB at the inaugural European Games, while British sailors get underwary in Hyeres World Cup. ...

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Baku 2015 Meet the Team: Triathlon

Team GB’s triathletes will be looking for European Games success as well as potentially eyeing up quota places for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

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Biography

http://www.hollie-avil.com/

Hollie Avil was selected to represent Team GB in the triathlon at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. Unfortunately, Avil had to pull out of the race during the cycling phase due to illness and did not finish. 2009 was a very sucessful season for Avil. She won the Junior London Triathlon and was crowned U23 World Champion in Melbourne, beating fellow Brits Jodie Stimpson and Vicky Holland who finished second and fourth respectively. From the village of Bugbrooke, near Northampton, Avil has had an incredible couple of years. Having dominated the European and World Junior Championships in 2007, she started 2008 with third and second place finishes in her debut world cup races.