Tayler Reid, Dan Hoy and Liam Ward are amongst the dozen Kiwis lining up this coming weekend at New Zealand’s only ITU World Cup Triathlon, the Quality Hotel Plymouth International World Cup, and for both it is a race with a bigger goal in mind.
This weekend almost 1,500 competitors have taken on the fifth annual X-Adventure Dunsborough; Australia’s largest off-road triathlon set in south west, Western Australia under sunny skies and near-perfect racing conditions.
Kiwi Sam Osborne jumped out to an early lead in the XTERRA Asia-Pacific Tour standings with a big win in Saipan on Saturday. It's his second career win on the XTERRA World Tour, following a season where he posted six second-place finishes.
New Zealand’s leading male triathlete Ryan Sissons is setting his sights on a podium finish at the Quality Hotel Plymouth International Triathlon World Cup on April 2nd and can’t wait to race on a course that he knows and enjoys.
Richard Murray once again ran to the win on Day 2 of Super League Hamilton Island, not only taking the Stage 2 win of the Equalizer format but also retaining overall leader standing in the field of 24 competitors.
Australian triathlon welcomed two new faces to the top of the OTU Oceania Championship podium in Devonport today while an unstoppable warhorse showed all the toughness that has made him a five-time world champion.