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      Tom Bishop

      Triathlon

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      Biography

      Tom was born and raised in Derby, UK. With a love for outdoor sports and an older brother to compete with he quickly found a love for cycling. This matured into other endurance disciplines and then ultimately triathlon. From a young age he has wanted to win an Olympic gold medal. This is still very much his ultimate ambition in sport despite having other performance goals too, such as World Championship titles in both short and long course triathlon. Alongside these goals, Tom hopes to present himself as a good role model for younger athletes. As a youth and junior triathlete, he looked up to the British senior team and therefore knows how important it is for the next generation of triathletes to have inspiring role models.

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      Get to Know Tom

      Date of Birth 9th July 1991
      Hometown Derby
      Favourite Sport Cycling
      Started Triathlon 12 years old
      Can't live without Book Collection

      Career Highlights

      2017 7th Place, ITU Overall World Ranking
      2017 2nd Place, ITU Word Series Event
      Abu Dhabi, UAE
      2017 5th Place, ITU Word Series Event
      Leeds, UK
      2017 6th Place, ITU Word Series Event
      Stockholm, Sweden
      2017 10th Place, ITU Word Series Grand Final
      Rotterdam, Netherlands
      2017 4th Place, Relay World Championships
      Hamburg, Germany
      2017 1st Place, Mixed Relay Cup
      Nottingham, UK
      2018 England Commonwealth Games Team
      Gold Coast, Australia
      2018 6th Place, World Triathlon Series
      Leeds, UK
      2017 2nd Place, World Triathlon Series
      Abu Dhabi, UAE
      2017 7th Place, Overall World Ranking

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