Brian Bozarth

HK duo find no room for friendship

TEAMMATES Brian Bozarth and Daniel Lee Chi-wo will be arch-rivals today as they bid for a historic Olympic triathlon ticket.

Two places in Sydney are up for grabs when the Asian Championships take place in Gamagori, Japan.

Sunday, 23 April, 2000, 12:00am

Top triathletes put to the test in Phuket International

Hong Kong's top triathletes, Con O'Kelly and Brian Bozarth, experienced the rigours of a gruelling race when they failed to finish the Phuket International Triathlon.

25 Oct 1996 - 12:00am

HK juniors' big triumph in triathlon

Hong Kong's top junior triathletes showed their mettle at the InSport Hong Kong International Triathlon in Plover Cove, Tai Po last weekend.

Leading the way was Brian Bozarth, 20, who finished 11th overall in the men's open. His time of two hours, 3.08 seconds was not far behind the winning time of New Zealand's Jamie Hunt, who won in 1:53.14.

26 Apr 1996 - 12:00am

Endicott HK's best in Mexico triathlon

JAMES Endicott produced the most commendable result among the 12 Hong Kong representatives for the Triathlon World Championships in Cancun, Mexico, when he finished 16th in the boys' 16-and-under division.

17 Nov 1995 - 12:00am

HK complete line-up for triathlon

WINKY Li Shu-lam grabbed the remaining berth in the Hong Kong junior men's triathlon team for the Asian Championships in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, next week after beating Adam Smith and Kevin Lam Ka-kin in the selection race.

19 May 1995 - 12:00am

Smooth win a surprise for triathlete

JUNIOR triathlete Brian Bozarth kicked off his 1995 campaign with overall victory in the Beaver Freezer Super Sprint Championships in Corvallis, Oregon, in the United States.

The 19-year-old Hong Kong triathlete showed his class by completing the 500 m swim, 13 km bike and 5 km run course in 55 minutes and 12 seconds.

7 Apr 1995 - 12:00am

Officials' error shatters Bozarth's victory hopes

A BLUNDER by race officials robbed top Hong Kong junior triathlete Brian Bozarth of a victory in the Chicago Triathlon.

The event, which attracted more than 8,000 competitors, was thrown into chaos at the start when organisers decided to shorten the swim leg from 1,500 metres to 300 m because of choppy seas.

3 Sep 1994 - 12:00am

Triathlon triumph for Brian

HONG KONG'S star junior triathlete Brian Bozarth captured his first open title when he triumphed in the Pueblo race in the United States.

Brian, 19, has been Asia's undisputed No 1 junior triathlete for the past three years, having won the Asian junior crown in 1992 and again this year.

20 Aug 1994 - 12:00am

Juniors do well despite downpour

JUNIOR members of the Watson's Athletic Club (WAC) had a medal harvest at the rain-drenched Guangzhou Mayor Cup Junior Athletics Championships when they brought home six gold, three silver and two bronze medals.

24 Jun 1994 - 12:00am

Commanding victory for Ironkids champ Bozarth

HONG Kong International School's Brian Bozarth once again stamped his supremacy among junior triathletes with a commanding victory in the Canon Ironkids Championships.

Bozarth, the 1992 Asian junior champion, won the 17 and 18 years division in 39 min and 21 sec. James Hartwright of King George V School was a distant second in 40:47.

19 Nov 1993 - 12:00am

Mishaps dog HK triathlete

ASIAN junior champion triathlete Brian Bozarth had a nightmare race in the Borneo international triathlon when nothing went right for him.

The Hongkong International School student mistook a boat 75 metres past the first buoy as the first turn around for the swim and covered an extra 100 metres.

4 Jun 1993 - 12:00am