Tuesday, June 17, 2008


By: Michael Donaldson
Sunday Star Times (NZ)
June 15, 2008

There are clearly two leading men in world triathlon: Javier Gomez, of Spain, and Kiwi Bevan Docherty. And the gold medal question is: which of them is going to get his preparation spot-on for the Beijing Olympics?

Gomez, who easily beat Docherty into second place at last week's world championships in Vancouver, hasn't lost a world cup race this year, having won four from four. And he's unbeaten in five starts, has won seven of his past eight and has not finished further back than third in any race since the start of 2007.

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