Britain’s medal winners in full were as follows:

Women 

– Kayleigh Adams (F16-19 sprint): silver
– Alice Jenkins (F20-24): silver
– Hannah Johnston (F20-24): silver
– Imogen Simmonds (F20-24 sprint): silver
– Hannah Lord (F25-29): silver
– Hazel Smith (F25-29): bronze
– Anna Seymour (F25-29 sprint): gold
– Michelle Willcocks (F25-29 sprint): silver
– Elizabeth Bullivant (F35-29 sprint): silver
– Louise Croxson (F40-44): silver
– Gwen Kinsey (F40-44 sprint): gold
– Tanya Brightwell (F40-44 sprint): silver
– Lena Poulton (F40-44): bronze
– Dorothy Liviabella (F45-49): bronze
– Sarah Kerswell (F50-54 sprint): gold
– Claire Bloom (F50-54 sprint): bronze
– Beverley Childs (F55-59): silver
– Joyce Mark (F55-59 sprint): gold
– Truusje Gamlin (F60-64): bronze
– Wendy Read (F60-64 sprint): silver
– June Farnorth (F60-64 sprint): bronze
– Jane Leslie (F65-69): gold
– Sue Bathgate (F65-69 sprint): gold
– Carol Clarke (F65-69 sprint): silver
– Christine Sleight (F65-69 sprint) bronze
– Hillary Stevenson (F70-74): gold
– Georgina Jennings (F70-74 sprint): gold

First images back from @TriPhotographer in Geneva pic.twitter.com/x0AIZmZj3j

— British Triathlon (@BritTri) July 10, 2015

Men

– Luke Pollard (M20-24): gold
– Harry Preston (M18-19): bronze
– Thomas Davis (M20-24): silver
– Jordan Skelly (M20-24): bronze
– James Phillips (M20-24 sprint): bronze
– Michael Birchmore (M25-29): silver
– Iain Gillam (M25-29): bronze
– Edward Castro (M25-29 sprint): gold
– James Travers (M30-34): silver
– Chris Standidge (M35-39): gold
– Richard Munday (M35-39): bronze
– James Wilson (M35-39 sprint): silver
– Alan Bremner (M55-59 sprint) bronze
– Keith Bate (M60-64 sprint): bronze
– Michael Smallwood (M65-69 sprint): bronze
– Bill Shackcloth (M70-74): silver
– Alan Churcher (M70-74 sprint): silver
– Barry Johnson (M75-79): gold
– Les Humphrey (M75-79 sprint): bronze

Groom on the run #geneva2015. Dare we ask for captions? pic.twitter.com/2BDDmhguwg

— British Triathlon (@BritTri) July 10, 2015

These results follow a number of top-ten finishes by the British elites racing in Geneva on Friday (July 10), including fifth by Lucy Hall and Tom Bishop, and a ninth-place finish for Jodie Stimpson, who suffered a flat tyre on the bike. 

The paratriathletes fared even better, winning six medals including two golds, two silvers and two bronzes – a fantastic haul as they ramp up their preparations for paratriathlon’s Olympic debut at Rio 2016.

Full results here.

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