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Brown 6th at Challenge Shepparton

NZ ironman legend Cameron Brown placed 6th at Challenge Shepparton Half Ironman today in the build up to Ironman Western Australia


Xterra Merge

XTERRA Sports Unlimited, LLC acquires Hawaii-based TEAM Unlimited, LLC, extends XTERRA into sports lifestyle brand


Commonwealth Games Triathlon Selection Announcement

Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games triathlon team announcement - Andrea Hewitt, Ryan Sissons, Rebecca Spence


Summer Cook, Marten Van Riel final world cup titles of the season Miyazaki ITU

Ending the 2017 world cup season with a bang, USA’s Summer Cook and Marten Van Riel of Belgium were crowned victorious at the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup


Highlights from the 2017 XTERRA World Championship


The 2017 XTERRA World Championship captured the beauty and mystery of Maui, the ferocity of the elements, and the dig-down-deep grit necessary to complete this incredible adventure.


The 2017 World Cup season comes to a close at the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Triathlon World Cup


The 2017 world cup season has finally reached its final destination. After touring the globe and visiting 14 cities in 12 different countries across five continents, elite racing hits the 15th and last stop of the year for the 2017 Miyazaki ITU Tri


Mauricio MendezWeiss, Duffy win XTERRA World Championship

Bradley Weiss and Flora Duffy win 22nd XTERRA World Championship off-road triathlon, Kiwi's Sam Osborne 6th, Braden Currie & Elizabeth Orchard 7th.


Elizabeth Bravo (ECU) and Crisanto Grajales (MEX) Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup

In the final sprint distance world cup race of the 2017 season, the 2017 Salinas ITU Triathlon World Cup saw five of the six podium positions go to first-time


Watch Live Coverage of the 22nd XTERRA World Championship

Follow the XTERRA World Championship live with Kiwi's - Braden Currie, Lizzie Orchard, Sam Osborne, ..Aussies - Alex Hunt


Aurelien Raphael and Summer Cook secure World Cup wins in Tongyeong

A decisive, gritty run from France’s Aurelien Raphael saw him win a hard-earned first World Cup sprint gold in the 2017 ITU Tongyeong World Cup, South Korea, on Saturday morning