Ashleigh GENTLE

Ashleigh GENTLE
Birth Date:  25 Feb 1991
Place of Birth:  SOUTH BRISBANE
Country of birth:  AUS
Age:  27
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  172
Weight (Kg):  55

Events and Medals

Sport Event Rank
TRI Triathlon Women 5
Mixed Team Relay 1 Gold

Ashleigh GENTLE - Schedule

Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 9:31
Gold Medal Event Women Final
Sat, 7 Apr 13:01
Gold Medal Event Mixed Team Relay Final

Biographical Information

Commonwealth Games
Year Location Race Rank Time
2014 Glasgow, SCO Individual - Women 9 2:03:24

Olympic Games
Year Location Race Rank Time
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA Individual - Women 26 2:01:44

World Championships
Year Location Race Rank Time
2017 Rotterdam, NED Individual - Women 6 2:02:00
2016 Cozumel, MEX Individual - Women 10 2:00:34
2015 Chicago, USA Individual - Women 14 1:58:10
2014 Edmonton, CAN Individual - Women 18 2:02:48
2013 London, GBR Individual - Women 9 2:03:06
2012 Auckland, NZL Individual - Women 26 2:14:20

Triathlon Mixed Relay World Championships
Year Location Race Rank Time
2017 Hamburg, GER Team Relay - Mixed 1 1:22:38
2013 Hamburg, GER Team Relay - Mixed 4 1:18:33
2011 Lausanne, SUI Team Relay - Mixed DNF 1:11:43

Nickname: Asha, Ash (, 23 Jan 2013)

"Camping, baking, reading, fishing, coffee, seeing friends and ocean swims." (Athlete, Nov 2017)  

Education: Public health and nutrition at Griffith University, Gold Coast, QLD, Australia

PERSONAL: Cliff ENGLISH (, Jun 2016)


During the 2015 ITU World Series in Gold Coast, Australia, was in the lead before suffering a bout of vertigo and ran straight into a pole. "I was winning and the next thing I knew I hit a pole and Emma MOFFATT ran past me and won. We think it might have just been a virus. It hasn't happened for ages and I'm not worried about it going forward." (, 07 Apr 2016)

Reason: “A family friend suggested I come and do some running training with their local triathlon club in Surfers Paradise. I started running a few times a week with the squad, coached by Jenny ALCORN, but everyone else was swimming and cycling too, so I decided to give it a go as well.? (Athlete, Nov 2017)
Ambition: To win a medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. (Athlete, Nov 2017)
Memorable: Competing at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. “Qualifying for the 2018 Commonwealth Games at the World Series race on the Gold Coast this year was a very big highlight. It was a big goal of mine to get the automatic qualifying spot, so it was a relief to achieve it.? (Athlete, Apr 2017)
Hero: Australian triathletes, “Emma SNOWSILL, Emma MOFFATT and Loretta HARROP were big inspirations to me as a junior and I'm lucky enough to have met them all. Also trained alongside Emma MOFFATT for quite a few years. They were fierce racers and it's exciting to see Australians racing so strong.“ (Athlete, Nov 2017)
Influence: “My parents, and partner, Josh, have definitely been the most influential. I know that no matter what is happening in the world of triathlon or in life in general, they will always support me and have my back.? (Athlete, Nov 2017)
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Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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