First Olympic Gold Medal for Bermuda

Olympics is a leading international sports event held every four years. With more than 200 participant nations.
Each year hundreds of athletes from all over the world gather at the host country and rival each other for first place in different events.
This year Bermuda,  a British island territory in North Atlantic which first participated in the games in the year 1936.
Witnessed a major development as Flora Duffy wins first-ever gold for the country in triathlon.
Who is Flora Duffy?
Duffy, a 33-year-old female athlete who was diagnosed with anemia in 2013. But still, she managed to bounce back. She is also a two-time former world triathlon series champion.
What is Triathlon?
Triathlon is a grueling race made up of a one-mile open water swim, 25 miles of biking, and a run of 4.6 miles.

The 33-year-old finished with a time of 1hour55:36 minutes. Her opponent, Georgia Taylor-Brown ended in second place took a minute more than her.
Third place was secured by the Katie Zaferes of the United States.

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