Jo-Anne Ritchie

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Personal information
place of birth Kelowna, Canada
1991, 1992 2 × national champion triathlon short distance
1991 World champion triathlon short distance
1992 Vice world champion triathlon short distance

Jo-Anne (Joanne) Ritchie (* in Kelowna ) is a former Canadian triathlete and triathlon world champion (1991).


Jo-Anne Ritchie studied at Simon Fraser University .

She became Canadian triathlon champion in 1991 and was able to successfully defend this title in 1992.

Triathlon world champion 1991

In 1991 she became triathlon world champion on the short distance (1.5 km swimming, 40 km cycling and 10 km running). She started five times at triathlon world championships and was able to place three times on the podium.

In 1993 she was also able to win the Triathlon World Cup - this racing series was the predecessor of today's world championship racing series of the International Triathlon Union (ITU).

In February 2000 she was honored with the "Triathlon Canada's Hall of Fame" for her sporting success.

Sporting successes

(DNF - Did Not Finish )

Web links

  • Profile and results of Jo-Anne Ritchie in the ITU database at , accessed on November 9, 2018 (English).

Individual evidence

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