Since retiring from elite triathlon earlier this year, Rio 2016 Olympian has been busy exploring new interests — coaching, and becoming a police officer in the province of Ontario — but he’s also kept up his running and has participated in local road races around his native Caledon, Ont.
Most recently, Yorke participated in the Egg Nog Jog in Georgetown, a unique 10.8-km race, which he won in a time of 38:13. Averaging 3:33 min/km, Yorke came in a minute before the runner-up and almost three minutes before half distance specialist and pro triathlete Taylor Reid.
— Sue Sitki (@suesitkiphoto) December 11, 2017
In a video interview we shot with Yorke earlier this year after his retirement was announced, he said that he loves running and continues to do it recreationally.