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Date of Birth: July 1, 1969
Hometown: Jackson, Wyo.
Current Residence: Victor, Idaho
Sport: Women's Triathlon
Coach: Loren Lindquist - also her husband, and Bobby McGee (running)
Previous Olympics: None
World Championships: 2004 - 7th. 2003 - 4th. 2002 - 2nd. 2001 - 14th. 2000 - 4th. 1999 - 9th. 1998 - 7th. 1997 - 14th. 1996 - 18th.
National Championships: 2002 - 1st. 2001 - 2nd. 2000 - 4th. 1999 - 1st. 1998 - 4th. 1996 - 12th.
2004 Qualifying: Finished 1st at Olympic trials on April 18.
World rank: 1st
Other career highlights: 2003 - one of 12 finalists for James E. Sullivan Memorial Award honoring America's top amateur athlete; one of 10 finalists for Women's Sports Foundation's Sportswoman of the Year; won richest payoff in triathlon history - $250,000 from Life Time Fitness Triathlon in Minneapolis, Minn., in which she had to hold off some top male triathletes under race's "equalizer" format; won Australia's Accenture triathlon series. 2002 - won Australia's Accenture triathlon series - becoming first American to win an Australian race series; became first American to win Australian sprint national championships; 1st at ITU World Cup in Ishigaki, Japan. 2001 - 2nd at Goodwill Games. 1998 - USOC Triathlete of the Year.
|Results: Barb Lindquist|
|9||Women's Triathlon||2h06:25.49||Athens 2004|