Emma Snowsill is recognized as the highest award winning woman in ITU Triathlon History. An Olympic, Commonwealth and triple World Champion, Emma has won the ITU World Cup 12 times and graced the podium a cool 23 times. Dabbling in sports such as swimming, tennis, basketball, ballet and skiing throughout her childhood, Emma had her first foray into the world of triathlons at the age of 16 and from then on, she was hooked. Emma’s rise to the top of her sport was meteoric, winning her first National Age Title in 2000 and following it up soon after with a win at the World Champs in Perth. In 2001 Emma claimed gold at the Sydney Youth Olympic Festival, and the following year started racing on the open elite circuit in Europe and Asia. Competing predominately in World Championship Series, Emma enjoys competing and travelling in triathlons worldwide.
Her sensational performance, bubbly personality and down-to-earth attitude at the 2008 Beijing Olympics made Emma a household name, and she represents the bright and exciting future of Australia’s Olympic champions. After an injury and illness plagued 2009 season Emma is back on ITU world tour and finished 2010 with a superior win at the Grand Final in Budapest. In 2011 her focus will be on the qualification for the 2012 Olympics and to win the World Championship title. 2012 will be the year in which she will try to become the first athlete to defend the Olympic Gold Medal in the sport of triathlon.
172012 ITU World Triathlon San Diego 10 May, 2012 - Elite Women - 02:02:10
142012 Dextro Energy World Triathlon Sydney 14 Apr, 2012 - Elite Women - 02:02:59
172011 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Grand Final Beijing 09 Sep, 2011 - Elite Women - 02:01:23
52011 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series London 06 Aug, 2011 - Elite Women - 02:00:52
32011 Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series Hamburg 16 Jul, 2011 - Elite Women - 01:53:44
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