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ITU show great progress of World Triathlon in 2020

During a week of virtual meetings of all 12 of the World Triathlon Committees and Commissions before Sunday’s Congress, a picture has been painted of a sport striving to move forward


World Triathlon adds more events to the 2021 season calendar

With Members of World Triathlon getting ready for the upcoming Congress, we would like to announce further dates and events that have been added


Challenge Wanaka Social Triathlon

The Challenge Wanaka team in conjunction with Wanaka Medical have created a new challenge for next February, which everyone can participate in, the Wanaka Medical Social Triathlon.


An Iron Showcase of Taiwan

The most anticipated triathlon event in the world, Challenge Taiwan, kicked off on November 14th in Taitung. Challenge Taiwan, known as the largest triathlon carnival event in the world


Sport NZ invests $7m in new plan for Māori wellbeing

Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa has announced $7m of new investment over the next four years to improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori. This new plan will see the government agency


Brown reports on first race in 9 months

Cameron Brown reports on his first race in over 9 months at the Barfoot and Thompson Triathlon series in Maraetai


World Triathlon extends its partnership with Infront for another eight years

World Triathlon has extended its exclusive partnership with Infront, a Wanda Sports Group company, for another eight years until the end of the 2028 season.


First World Cup win for Potter while Luis grabs a fourth consecutive victory in Valencia

Challenging weather for the 32 women competing in the 2020 ITU Valencia World Cup, with British running star Beth Potter claiming her first ever world cup victory, followed on the finish line by Swiss Nicola Spirig and German rising star Lisa Tersch.


More than 2,000 organisations supported by $15 million Community Fund

More than 2,000 play, active recreation and sport organisations across Aotearoa New Zealand have received relief funding from Sport NZ’s $15 million Community Resilience Fund Phase 2


Raelene Castle appointed CEO of Sport NZ

Raelene Castle ONZM has been appointed as the next CEO of Sport NZ. She replaces Peter Miskimmin, who steps down on 11 December after 11 years in the role. Ms Castle will commence her role on 15 December.