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Spanish capital returns to the premier event calendar

After an eight-year hiatus, world cup racing returns to the Spanish capital to host the 2017 Madrid ITU Triathlon World Cup. First appearing on the calendar in 2003

World U20 Indoor Record

The following world records have recently been ratified by the IAAF World U20 Indoor Record

Kyle Chalmers withdraws from World Championship team due to heart condition

Olympic gold medallist Kyle Chalmers has made the decision to withdraw from the 2017 FINA World Championships team and will by-pass Budapest to focus on his long-term swimming career.

IAAF Inside Athletics - Elaine Thompson

The eighth episode of the current season of IAAF Inside Athletics is an exclusive interview with double Olympic sprint champion Elaine Thompson.

Six months till the Singlespeed World Champs, 2017, in Rotorua, NZ

The first rule of Singlespeed Race Club? If you don’t want the tattoo, don’t win. Rule 2: If you’re not first woman or man, you will be 2nd equal (so don’t ask for your time or placing).

Australia’s Lucy Bartholomew Wins Ultra-Trail Australia 2017, Southern Hemisphere’s Largest Trail Ru

Lucy Bartholomew (AUS) and Tim Tollefson (USA) have taken out the Ultra-Trail Australia 100km title on the 10th Anniversary of the trail running event.

Bermuda to Host First WTS Event in April 2018

Bermuda Tourism Authority and the International Triathlon Union (ITU) have signed a three-year contract to host World Triathlon Series events with the first race to be held on 28 April 2018.

Record numbers for the Great Ocean Road Running Festival

A record of over 7,000 participants turned out over the weekend for Victoria’s iconic Great Ocean Road Running Festival across Apollo Bay and Lorne.

Cameron Jones took out the final round of the Nelson Mountainbike Duathlon Series

Nelson has long been recognised as an incubator for top international talent in many fields, dating back to the days of runners Rod and John Dixon and stretching through to adventure racers Nathan Fa'Avae and Richard Ussher

New chapter begins for CAHPU with Flyger & Bartram appointments

Cycling Australia (CA) is pleased to announce two new appointments within the High Performance Unit Track Program (CAHPU) with Nicholas Flyger to lead Sprint and Jason Bartram to take the reigns of Women’s Endurance.