Nina Brenn

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Personal information
Date of birth 4th October 1979 (age 40)
place of birth Zurich, Switzerland
2005-2016 6 × Inferno Triathlon winner
2007-2017 7 × Gigathlon winner
2016 European champion Duathlon middle distance
2016 Vice world champion duathlon long distance

Nina focal (* 4. October 1979 as Nina Lamb in Zurich ) is a Swiss triathlete and multi athlete. She is European Duathlon Champion in the middle distance (2016) and Vice World Champion Duathlon long distance (2016).


In 2006 their son was born. She has lived in Flims with her husband since 2012 .

The forest engineer Nina Brenn has already won the Swiss Olympic Gigathlon seven times . In this competition, which consists of five disciplines, daily distances of an average of 4 km swimming, 100 km road cycling, 50 km mountain biking, 25 km inline skating and 20 km running must be covered over several days. The duration has varied between two and seven days in recent years.

In September 2015 she finished fifth at the Duathlon World Championship on the long distance.

European Duathlon Champion 2016

In May 2016 she won the European Duathlon Championship in the middle distance. She won the Trans Vorarlberg Triathlon in August after finishing third twice in previous years. In August 2015 she won the Inferno Triathlon in the Bernese Oberland for the fifth time . In September she became ITU vice world champion on the long distance duathlon at Powerman Zofingen .

In July 2018, the then 38-year-old won the two-day Gigathlon Switzerland for the eighth time . In September, she was injured in a car accident while training on her bike.

Sporting successes

(DNF - Did Not Finish )

Web links

  • Nina Brenn's profile and results in the ITU database at , accessed on December 11, 2019.

Individual evidence

  1. The Tireless (July 7, 2015)
  2. a b Peter Hässig: Giga Queen Nina Brenn prefers to train with tandem and Flurin. In: . July 21, 2007, accessed July 1, 2014 .
  3. Swiss Olympic Gigathlon
  4. Swiss double victory over 5500 meters in altitude (August 21, 2016)
  5. Brenn triumphs again ( Memento from December 11, 2019 in the Internet Archive ) (July 1, 2018)
  6. Favorite Brenn shot down by car during training! (September 12, 2018)
  7. ↑ Last year's winners triumphed at the Trans Vorarlberg (August 31, 2014)
  8. The starting positions for the Swiss Olympic Gigathlon 2012 are sold out! (November 11, 2011)