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Australia has a goal of becoming the number one Paratriathlon nation in the world by the year 2020 yesterday on the Sunshine Coast showed on their way
Published: 13/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
The paddling community is mourning the death of Kiwi kayaker Louise Jull on the Kaituna River near Rotorua yesterday.
Published: 12/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
New Zealand will be represented by six athletes at this weekend’s ITU Mooloolaba World Cup on Australia’s Sunshine Coast, with three men and three women l
Australian Triathlon Youth Champs - Queensland won three of the six age groups with Western Australia, Victoria and South Australia also topping
Sean Rice & Rachel Clarke are crowned 2015 King & Queen Of The Harbour New Zealand's premier ocean ski race attracting Olympians and World Champions...
Come Saturday two-time Olympic triathlete Courtney Atkinson admits he will be both “anxious and excited” starting this year’s ITU Triathlon Mooloolaba World Cup.
With the recent spate of news reports about integrity failures in other sports Triathlon Australia has released the following. It is important that we renew our commitment to protecting the integrity of triathlon
Published: 11/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
The body of a missing kayaker has been located in the Kaituna River, near Rotorua. She was discovered at approximately 10am by rafters and police who were searching for her in the vicinity
A multi-talented mixture of old faces and new, of world champions and debutants will line up for a history-making World Paratriathlon event at Twin Waters on the Sunshine Coast on Friday.
Olympic bronze medallist Erin Densham will be released from hospital today after a nasty fall from her bike on a training ride in Sydney on Sunday.
Published: 10/03/2015 by Steve Knowles