Jody Mielke - Multisport specialist
 
 
 

Career Highlights

January 14, 2001:
- second at Kurnell Sprint Series to Joanne King, sprint finish

February 4, 2001:
- first place finish at the inaugural Xterra at Falls Creek

February 17, 2001:
- first place finish at Sri Chimnoy Offroad triathlon
Road racing crits every Friday night. Sutherland, NSW

2000
- Finished second in series for the Nissan XTERRA Offroad Triathlon Tour
- Six Xterra wins this season, including Japan Championships
- Full cover shot on Inside Triathlon Magazine
- Extensive coverage, TV, newspaper, clinics, camps, brochures, internet

1999
- State Mountain Bike Champion, NSW
- Finished second in series for the NISSAN Xterra Offroad Triathlon Tour
- Two first place finishes, multiple seconds and thirds. Extensive coverage.

1998
- Sri Chinmoy Triple-Triathlon (1st)
Swim 6.2km, mountain bike 103km, run 44km
New course record of 12 hours 40 minutes
- Represented Australia at the World Mountain Bike Championships in Canada

1997
- Japan Astroman Sado Island (2nd)
4km swim / 195km cycle / 42km run

1996
- Australian Ironman Championships Forster (2nd Australian)
- European Cup Triathlon Series (Top 5 in 8 races)
Holland / France / Germany / Belgium
- Selected to represent Australia at the World Long Course Triathlon Championships in USA.

1995
- ITU World Cup Triathlon
Sydney, Australia (7th)
Auckland, New Zealand (6th)
- Australian Ironman Championships Forster (2nd Australian)
3.8km swim / 180km cycle / 42km run
- Australian Strongman Torquay (1st place)

1994
- World Ironman Championships Hawaii (2nd 18-24yrs)
- Asian Triathlon Championships (1st)
- NSW State Olympic Distance Championships (1st)
- NSW State Long Course Championships (1st)
- Japan Ironman Championships Lake Biwa (1st 18-24yrs)

1993
- Australian Ironman Championships Forster (2nd Australian)
New Course Record 18-24yrs 9hrs 40mins
- Australian Long Course Championships (3rd)
- Represented Australia at the World Duathlon Championships in USA Dallas.

1991 & 1992
- Australian Triathlon Series (1st Junior)
- Selected to represent Australia at the World Triathlon Championships.

Results above are Professional Woman Category except where stated as Age Group.

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