Smith finishes sixth in Peruvian capital

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    Tyler Smith finished sixth in Peru


Tyler Smith finished sixth in the Lima CAMTRI Sprint American Cup, in Peru, last weekend.

The event served as the 2019 Pan Am Games test event for triathlon, although the Games will feature a standard distance race.

Smith performed well Despite only a four-day recovery from the Central American and Caribbean Games in Barranquilla, Colombia.

Smith was also announced as the University of Leeds Athlete of the Month.

He returned to Bermuda this week for a week before heading back to Europe for a Sprint European Cup in Hungary on August 25th and then the FISU World University Triathlon Championships in Kalmar, Sweden the following week.

Smith is still planning to attend the Under-23 World Championships in Gold Coast, Australia, on September 14th before the start of his third year at Leeds.

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Published Aug 8, 2018 at 8:00 am (Updated Aug 7, 2018 at 10:29 pm)

Smith finishes sixth in Peruvian capital

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