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Number of certified ITU Technical Officials continues to grow globally

The International Triathlon Union (ITU) is pleased to announce that once again the number of triathlon Technical Officials has increased, totaling a rise of 9% in 2016 as a direct result of the many Technical Officials


Commonwealth Games selection countdown continues in Devonport

The 2017 Devonport OTU Triathlon Oceania Championships in Devonport on Saturday is another important part of Australia’s elite triathletes and paratriathletes preparation in the countdown to Commonwealth Games nomination for Gold Coast 2018


Super League Triathlon trophy

A unique race series deserves a distinctive trophy for its winner to hold aloft. Super League Triathlon co-founder Leonid Boguslavsky today revealed the trophy to be awarded to the overall winner of Super League Hamilton Island.


Inaugural Super League Triathlon

Four of team Bahrain Endurance 13 are racing the inaugural Super League Triathlon event on Hamilton Island, Australia. Javier Gomez, Alistair Brownlee, Terenzo Bozzone, and Brent McMahon will be racing hard and fast over three days competing against


Dan’s the man in Mooloolaba as Annelise Jefferies breaks through

Celebrated Australian triathlete Dan Wilson showed there is still “plenty of bark in the old dog” after chalking up another first to win the open class Mooloolaba Triathlon on the Sunshine Coast today.


ITU World Cup - Australian double

It was double trouble for Australia in Mooloolaba on Saturday, with Emma Jackson and Luke Willian both adding their names to the winners list at the long-running ITU World Cup event.


Aussies Take On The World At Super League Hamilton Island

With the clock counting down to Super League Hamilton Island, a speedy and youthful Australian short-course contingent looks forward to taking on the world in their own back yard.


Terenzo Bozzone - Ironman NZ "Well that was a rough start to the year!"

Kiwi Terenzo Bozzone was full of confidence coming into Ironman NZ after winning Ironman Western Australia, his first Ironman win ever, also very slick sub-8 hour.


Stellar Fields Attracted To New Plymouth World Cup Triathlon

New Zealand’s only ITU World Cup Triathlon has again attracted a stellar field of international athletes, with 18 countries and ten of the top twenty triathletes * in the world set to be represented in New Plymouth on April 2nd,


Allan, Wilcox win XTERRA Motatapu


Kiwi’s Dougal Allan and Josie Wilcox took the top spots at the UDC Finance XTERRA Motatapu off-road triathlon on Saturday (March 4) with winning times of 4:09:27 and 4:54:06, respectively.