Butterfield finishes 28th in Sydney
Bermuda triathlete Tyler Butterfield finished 28th in the Dextro Energy World Triathlon in Sydney yesterday.
The Olympic hopeful finished the 1.5km swim, 40km bike and 10km run in an overall time of one hour, 52 minutes and 49 seconds.
He was just under two minutes behind eventual winner Justus Steffan of Germany who posted a finish of 1:51.04.
The swim took Butterfield 18.36 seconds, the bike 1:00.01 and the run 32.17.
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