ITU Hall of Fame

The ITU Hall of Fame will honour Elite Women, Elite Men, and Lifetime Achievers for their extraordinary achievements during the evolution of ITU and the sport of Triathlon.

Lifetime Achievement Nominees will have made an extraordinary, long-term contribution off the field of play or through an exceptional contribution to ITU and the sport of Triathlon.

Selection Process
Selection Committee


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Throwback Thursday: The charismatic Chris McCormack

Throwback Thursday: The charismatic Chris McCormack

15/01/15 - Chris McCormack was a talented junior runner when he caught the triathlon bug. After watching footage of Australian’s competing overseas, he decided it was his sporting future. The only issue? According to Multisport... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: Spencer Smith’s rewarding career

Throwback Thursday: Spencer Smith’s rewarding career

08/01/15 - By Grady Sports Media For Spencer Smith, being the youngest men’s world triathlon champion isn’t his biggest accomplishment. Nor was it becoming the first man to win back-to-back world titles, in 1993 at Manchester,... | Full Story

Best of 2014: The first Hall of Fame

Best of 2014: The first Hall of Fame

03/01/15 - This season, we celebrated 25 wonderful, eventful and evolutionary years of triathlon as an International Federation. While the entire year was filled with phenomenal racing, one of the best moments had to be recognizing all of... | Full Story

ITU caps off 25th year in its birthplace

ITU caps off 25th year in its birthplace

15/12/14 - Images and text from Triathlete.fr courtesy of Thierry Deketelaere. A quarter of a century. That is the age of ITU. This weekend, ITU chose to celebrate its birthday at the place of his birth in Avignon, France. ITU was... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: The consistent Simon Lessing

Throwback Thursday: The consistent Simon Lessing

11/12/14 - In the first 25 years of International Triathlon Union events, some athletes might have competed in more races, but none had more success than Simon Lessing. As the only athlete to capture four ITU World Championship titles, as... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: The magnificent Michellie Jones

Throwback Thursday: The magnificent Michellie Jones

04/12/14 - When it comes to sustained success over the course of a triathlon career, Australia’s Michellie Jones is the undisputed queen. From her first ITU World Championship in 1992, to a bronze medal in her final ITU World... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: The stellar Miles Stewart

Throwback Thursday: The stellar Miles Stewart

27/11/14 - When Miles Stewart finished fourth in the first 1989 ITU World Championships in Avignon, France he was just 18. When he competed in his final ITU race in 2004, he’d amassed a career resume with World Championship and World Cup... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: The smashing Karen Smyers

Throwback Thursday: The smashing Karen Smyers

20/11/14 - By Grady Sports Media By competing in races across the world, earning a spot in both the ITU and USA Triathlon Hall of Fame, coaching a new generation of athletes, and being named by Sports Illustrated as “the triathlete most... | Full Story

Throwback Thursday: The scrappy Greg Welch

Throwback Thursday: The scrappy Greg Welch

13/11/14 - Greg Welch may be small in stature but his depth of athleticism was immeasurable. With a personality bigger than he was and an iron will to boot, Welch etched his name in the history books in not just one, but three ITU World... | Full Story

Triathlon community suffers tragic loss

Triathlon community suffers tragic loss

03/11/14 - The triathlon community suffered a great loss with the passing of Jackie Fairweather (nee Gallagher) on Monday. An ITU World Champion, Hall of Fame nominee, board member, high performance manager, coach & event commentator,... | Full Story

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