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Pearson On Fire

Published June 7th, 2021 by Humaninterestadmin

A collegiate runner who morphed into a triathlete post-graduation with encouragement from USA Triathlon has proven to be a winning strategy.  Again.  University of Colorado standout runner Morgan Pearson continues to find next-level performances as the 2020 Olympic Summer Games in Tokyo draws near.  This past weekend in Leeds (UK),  one of the premiere staple courses on the WTS circuit, Pearson dropped a personal best performance and finished less than 30 seconds behind overall winner Alex Yee of Great Britain.   His silver medal performance in Leeds, coupled with his bronze medal from his previous race in Yokohama, makes Pearson the first American male to win back-to-back medals in the WTS series.   It was also the highest place finish for a Yankee since 2019, making Pearson USA's most lethal weapon heading into Tokyo where he will compete in both the Men's triathlon and the Mixed relay events.  

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