Georgia Taylor-Brown

Georgia Taylor-Brown first put the world on notice with a breakout performance at the 2019 Tokyo test event and taking a surprise world title in Hamburg in 2020. The British athlete in Tokyo then proceeded to show these were no fluke performances as she became the most successful Olympic triathlete at a single Games: silver in the individual category after a puncture in the final kilometres on the bike, then gold in the mixed relay.

She has been swimming since the age of five and started running at 12, taking after her parents: father represented England in the 800 metres, while mother swam at the national level and ran for Sale Harriers.

Not wanting to choose between swimming and running, Georgia focused on triathlon and was selected for the British Triathlon Olympic Development Squad. She now bases her training at the Leeds Triathlon Centre and is studying for a degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Leeds Beckett University.

Birthdate: March 15, 1994
Birth Place: Manchester, Great Britain
Residence: Leeds, Great Britain


  • Gold, Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 Mixed Relay
  • Silver, Tokyo Olympic Games 2020 Individual
  • 2020 Triathlon World Champion
  • 1st, WTS Leeds 2019
  • 1st, WTS Mixed Relay Series Nottingham 2019
  • 3rd, Grand Final Lausanne 2019
  • 3rd, WTS World Ranking 2018, 2019
  • 9x World Triathlon Wins
  • 23x World Triathlon Podiums
  • European U23 Champion 2017
  • European Junior Champion 2012, 2013
  • Bronze, IAAF World Cross Country Championships Relay 2013
    (Great Britain & Northern Ireland team)
  • 2nd, Grand Final London (Juniors) 2013
  • Duathlon Junior World Champion 2012

Interesting fact: Georgia loves cooking, and baking bread. She also frequently experiments in the kitchen trying out new recipes.

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