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XTERRA World Rankings

First-ever XTERRA World Rankings for athletes based on factors including strength and depth of field, course difficulty, and finishing time.


Elite female coaches to benefit from specialised programme for leadership and technical training

The International Summer Sports Federations of Cycling, Rowing, Rugby, Tennis, Triathlon and Wrestling are cooperating to help develop the leadership and technical


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Maui Focus and The Aggregation of Marginal Gains

Many athletes are drawn to XTERRA because of its laid back, friendly atmosphere, but even though it’s laid back and the community supports one another doesn’t mean that we’re not each looking to squeeze every second out of our race.


Cameron Brown defends title at Tri Factor World Championship Quzhou

Kiwi Cameron Brown defends his title at the Tri Factor World Championship series final in Quzhou, China


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Interesting vs. Effective

Too often athletes and coaches try to make workouts interesting at the expense of effectiveness. Roughly 80% of training should be sustained low to moderate intensity, so these workouts don’t need


Braden Currie - evolution of run

Kiwi pro triathlete Braden Currie details his professional development and evolution in the run discipline of triathlon.


ITU Rankings and Qualification Criteria Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

ITU announced that the Executive Board and the International Paralympic Committee have approved the Paralympic Rankings and the Qualification Criteria for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Stay in Your Lane

To the athletes we coach, Yaro and I talk a lot about the importance of dialing in the proper intensity. Ultimately, the goal is to deliver the right kind of training load to stimulate improvement


Middaugh Coaching Corner - Championship Season

With the Pan American Championships less than two weeks away and the World Championships rapidly approaching in less than two months many athletes are hoping to have their best race.


Spirig strikes again while Iden surprises all to claim the title in Lausanne WC

Swiss superstar Nicola Spirig claimed the victory on home soil, while in the men's race, the young Norwegian Gustav Iden finished in first place ahead of the two favourites, Jonathan Brownlee and Kristian Blummenfelt.