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New Zealand takes up a seat on WADA

Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman will travel to Montreal next week to represent New Zealand and Oceania at the World Anti-Doping Agency's (WADA) Executive Committee.

ITU World Cup Series Chengdu China

The ITU World Cup Series moves to Chengdu, the capital of China’s southwest province of Sichuan. with a good line up of Australians and Kiwi's...

ITU Chengdu World Cup - Small group of Kiwi's racing

A small group of New Zealand triathletes will race at the ITU Chengdu World Cup in China this week, the final chance to earn Olympic ranking points in this first cycle as nations look to book spots on the start line in Rio 2016.

Challenge Family Arrives In Chile

On 13 February 2016 Chile will host the country’s first Challenge Family triathlon with the announcement of the half distance CHALLENGEPUERTOVARAS.

New Bahrain Endurance Team

The vision behind the all-star line up of professional athletes comprising the Bahrain Endurance Team has been officially revealed today.

ITU opens bidding for 2016 World Paratriathlon Events

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) has opened bidding for the 2016 ITU World Paratriathlon Events (WPE) to all National Federations and cities interested in hosting the premier races.

Traditional Welcome For New IOC President

IOC President Thomas Bach has been welcomed to New Zealand this morning with a traditional powhiri (welcome ceremony) before he embarks on his two day visit, meeting with Olympic athletes, sports and decision-makers.

ITU announce new global merchandise and licensing partner

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) today announced that Tribe Solutions Inc. will serve as its exclusive global merchandising and licensing partner until 2020.

Epic trans tasman battle at Ironman 70.3 Busselton

Just a week after winning Challenge Taiwan former Ironman 70.3 world champion & Kiwi Torenzo Bozzone reports on his battle with Australian Sam Appleton at Ironman 70.3 Busselton

IOC President Bach to visit NZ

IOC President Bach will share his vision for the future of the Olympic Games with sports and athletes during a two day visit to New Zealand next week.