Gwen Jorgensen (USA) and Javier Gomez (GBR) executed spectacular performances in the fifth round of the World Triathlon Series in Yokohama on Saturday. Jorgensen kept her record-breaking unbeaten streak intact
Tasmania’s WTS debutant Jacob Birtwhistle produced his best performance yet on the international stage with a brilliant top ten finish, while Ryan Bailie continued his great form at the ITU World Triathlon Series in Yokohama today.
Canberra’s Katie Kelly took a step closer to her dream of competing in next year’s Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro today with a gold medal performance at the Yokohama ITU World Paratriathlon Event guided by World Champion and Olympic silver medallist M
Headlining the field are top talents American Cameron Dye and Australian Rebekah “Bek” Keat this weekend for the much anticipated season opener of the Challenge Family Americas races at Challenge Knoxville
The fifth round of the ITU World Triathlon Series takes place in Yokohama, Japan on Saturday (16 May). The race marks the mid point in the Series, and features the Olympic Champion, Alistair Brownlee and former ITU World Champion, Non Stanford.
Yokohama this weekend marks the fifth race and halfway stage in the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series, in a season that has so far provided great contrast between the men and women in regards the competitive nature of the Series.
It could well develop into a partnership born in triathlon heaven when vision-impaired paratriathlete Katie Kelly teams up with her newly appointed guide, World Champion and Olympic silver medallist Michelle Jones in Yokohama this weekend.