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Alistair Brownlee, Jonathan Brownlee and Javier Gomez on the podium (photo- Triathlon.org | Delly Carr / ITU)

How fast were the Brownlee brothers?

In an incredible race, Alistair Brownlee ran his way to a gold medal at the Olympic triathlon yesterday, closely followed by his brother Jonathon Brownlee in bronze medal position.

The race was held over a 1500m swim, a 43 km bike and a 5km run. So just how fast were the Brownlee brothers?

Here is a breakdown of the split times for the top ten men at the London 2012 Olympic Triathlon.

Rank Name Finish Swim T1 Bike T2 Run
1 Alistair Brownlee 1:46:25 17:04 0:39 59:08:00 0:27 29:07:00
2 Javier Gomez 1:46:36 10:00 0:36 59:16:00 0:28 29:16:00
3 Jonathan Brownlee 1:46:56 17:02 0:38 59:11:00 0:28 29:37:00
4 David Hauss 1:47:14 17:24 0:38 58:50:00 0:29 29:53:00
5 Laurent Vidal 1:47:21 17:27 0:43 58:42:00 0:28 30:01:00
6 Jan Frodeno 1:47:26 17:20 0:46 58:46:00 0:28 30:06:00
7 Alexander Bryukhankov 1:47:36 17:22 0:40 58:51:00 0:32 30:10:00
8 Sven Riederer 1:47:46 17:22 0:39 58:52:00 0:30 30:23:00
9 Joao Silva 1:47:51 17:22 0:36 58:54:00 0:26 30:33:00
10 Alessandro Fabian 1:48:03 17:01 0:41 59:10:00 0:28 30:43:00

Full results can be found here.

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