Seven records smashed at Season Finale Triathlon

8th October 2018

2018 Dorney Lake record holders announced.

As the triathlon year draws to a close, thousands of triathletes descended on Dorney Lake for one final hurrah at the Human Race Season Finale Triathlon on 16th September. Part of the Human Race Dorney Lake Triathlon Series, this year Season Finale participants had the chance to battle it out for the chance to be crowned 2018 record holders as part of the ‘Swim.Bike.Run.Champion’ Dorney records competition.

With four adult triathlons at Dorney Lake in 2018, thousands of triathletes swam, cycled and ran their way around this magnificent venue throughout the year. An ideal location for first timers or experienced triathletes, the clear, calm lake waters and closed-road, flat bike and run course make speedy season’s bests more than likely.

Part of a weekend that included memorable sporting achievements in the elite field with Vicky Holland claiming the ITU Triathlon World Championship title, the Season Finale Triathlon also saw some amazing performances. Seven records were smashed across the Sprint and Olympic distances with new winners stepping up to claim the 2018 titles.

In the Men’s Olympic competition, Aurel Sinko-Uribe raced to success in an amazing 2:00:43 winning the overall, swim and run prizes for the year. Jenny Newbery followed in his footsteps, completing the Women’s Olympic distance in 2:22:37 and taking the win in both the overall and swim categories.

In the Sprint, Emily Mcloughlin also achieved success setting the fastest overall time of 1:06:55 and the quickest run of 19:33.

See below for the full list of winners:


  Female Male
Fastest swim 10:48 (Becky Power) 10:09 (Pawel Traczyk)
Fastest bike 32:56 (Carol Bridge) 30:51 (Richard Bull)
Fastest run 19:33 (Emily Mcloughlin) 17:30 (Rob Smyth)
Fastest overall 1:06:55 (Emily Mcloughlin) 1:02:59 (Pawel Traczyk)


  Female Male
Fastest swim 22:10 (Jenny Newbery) 18:40 (Aurel Sinko-Uribe)
Fastest bike 1:06:21 (Lisa Sammons) 1:02:54 (Matt Donmall)
Fastest run 40:32 (Tamsin Neale) 34:08 (Aurel Sinko-Uribe)
Fastest overall 2:22:37 (Jenny Newbery) 2:00:43 (Aurel Sinko-Uribe)

Those swimming their way to success win a Zone3 Advance wetsuit, while the fastest bike time of the year wins a £100 Sigma Sports voucher. The triathletes smashing out the fastest run in 2018 win a TomTom Spark 3 sports watch, and the overall leading course times win entry to the flagship Human Race event, the Royal Windsor Triathlon, in 2019.

*Winners selected from non-drafting age-category waves only. Relays, Mates Waves and ITU Qualifying waves not included.

To view a full event race report click here. The 2019 Human Race Triathlon calendar will be announced in October.