Olympic Medal Favorites: The Men

  • By Courtney Baird
  • Published Apr 11, 2012
  • Updated Oct 31, 2014 at 4:37 PM UTC
Photo: Delly Carr/

Brad Kahlefeldt, Australia. Age at the Olympics: 33

One of the most consistent racers over the past decade, Brad Kahlefeldt might just become the first Australian man to win an Olympic triathlon medal by getting on the podium in London this year. While he’s been on plenty of podiums, including his many podiums on the World Triathlon Series and at World Cup events, some of his best results to date are a win at the Hamburg, Germany, leg of the World Triathlon Series last year (granted, neither Brownlee attended the event), an overall bronze medal on the 2010 World Triathlon Series, bronze medals at the 2007 and 2005 world championships, and a win at the 2002 under-23 world championships.

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Courtney Baird

Courtney Baird

Courtney Baird is the editor-in-chief of Inside Triathlon magazine.

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