By Merryn Sherwood on 02/08/11 at 10:06 am
Don’t miss another moment of the 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series, with www.triathlonlive.tv Season Pass now on sale at a reduced price.
The season pass is now just 12.99 EUR and will give you access to live coverage of each elite race this season – four men’s, four women’s and the team triathlon world championships – as well as access to all the archived broadcasts and magazine shows.
Watch Alistair Brownlee, Javier Gomez, Paula Findlay, Emma Moffatt and more take on London in the perfect 2012 Olympic triathlon preview next week, then see who the fastest ITU athletes in the world are in the sprint distance round in Lausanne, before the Grand Final showdown in Beijing. And don’t forget the live coverage of the thrilling relay Team Triathlon World Championships, which are also part of the Dextro Energy Triathlon Series Lausanne round.
The live Dextro Energy Triathlon Series coverage includes complete course coverage of every race with at least 20 camera positions that wouldn’t be out of place in a Hollywood action movie, including boats, motorbikes, fixed, roving, jib and helicopter cameras. The coverage also includes live timing, text commentary and full English audio commentary.
The archives includes full-length replays of all live broadcasts, available shortly after each race ends, for you to play on demand whenever and wherever you like. The magazine shows combine the best of the action from the Dextro Energy Triathlon Series and the World Cup series, with exclusive interview and behind the scenes features with all of the ITU’s stars.
There will still be free live coverage of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series events with live audio commentary, timing and text updates. You can upgrade at any time to watch the live streaming video. Buying access will ensure you will be able to stream every event live, as subscription services are usually exempt from countries with broadcast deals, plus it allows the ITU to keep providing you the highest-quality broadcast.