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Known for his intense training regime, which can go up to eight hours a day in cold, wet conditions, Norwegian Kristian Blummenfelt realized a lifelong dream when he won the Olympic gold medal at the Tokyo Olympics in 2021. His win was a memorable one as he delivered one of the mosty gutsy runs ever witnessed in the sport, battling Alex Lee of Great Britain and surging to the victory in the last kilometer. "It is a moment that I have been dreaming about for so many years," Kristian said after winning the gold. Kristian trains and competes with Giant bikes and gear including the Propel Advanced SL Disc aero road bike, along with Giant helmets including the Pursuit and Rivet TT models.

TeamTriathlon
NacimientoFebruary 14, 1994
NacionalidadNorwegian
ResidenciaBergen, Norway
Mejores Resultados

2021: Olympic Gold Medalist; 1st at WTCS Yokohama; 1st at Lisbon World Cup
2019: 1st at WTCS Grand Final Lausanne; 1st at Ironman 70.3 Middle East Championships
2018: 4 podium finishes in ITU World Triathlon Series (3 silver medals, 1 bronze)

Inicios en el TriatlónI grew us as a swimmer who never learned "how to swim," but I had a huge engine. So my swim coach back then thought I had much bigger talent outside of the pool and advised me to give triathlon a try... Since then, triathlon has been my life.
Objetivos FuturoWin the Ironman World Championship and go sub-7 hours in Pho3nix SUB7 event
Competiciones FavoritasHamburg and Leeds WTCS races
Bici favoritaGiant Propel Advanced SL Disc
¿Qué llevas en tus salidas de bici largas?Spare gear to fix a flat, some cash and my phone. Important to get that nice photo for Strava...
Lugar favorito para entrenarSierra Nevada, Spain
¿Ciclismo Indoor o afrontar el invierno?Or escape the winter for a training camp in a warm place, ha ha! We normally do lots of camps over the winter, but the efficiency and simplicity of riding on a turbo is really good too.
Un lugar de vacacionesKona, Hawaii
Películas o TV favoritasDexter
Filosofía de VidaIt hurts more to lose