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Gwen Jorgensen wins ITU Mooloolaba World Cup 2014

Gwen Jorgensen wins ITU Mooloolaba World Cup 2014

15/03/14 - In a USA double, Gwen Jorgensen and Katie Hursey came out on top of a 34-strong field to finish first and second respectively in the opening women’s ITU World Cup sprint race of the season at Mooloolaba... |

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PATCO continental sprint champions crowned in Sarasota

PATCO continental sprint champions crowned in Sarasota

10/03/14 - Sarah Haskins (USA) and Andrew Yorke (CAN) both employed strong run performances to become the 2014 PATCO elite sprint champions this weekend in Sarasota, USA. Women’s Review In her return to racing... |

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Champions named in Quebec Winter Triathlon

Champions named in Quebec Winter Triathlon

09/03/14 - In the inaugural race of the snowshoe, skate, ski winter triathlon format, two-time Slovakian biathlon Olympian Dusan Simocko and Annie Gervais (CAN) topped the charts this weekend in Quebec. The event... |

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New winter triathlon format set to debut

New winter triathlon format set to debut

06/03/14 - ITU will this weekend welcome a new format of winter triathlon to its 2014 calendar. After making the Pentathlon des neiges the world’s biggest winter outdoor event, the non-profit organization,... |

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Chaffey leads entries for start of Paratriathlon Events

Chaffey leads entries for start of Paratriathlon Events

13/02/14 - This article was written by Mark Gorokhovski | For the IPC The first of the 2014 ITU World Paratriathlon Events will begin with the first event of the year on Sunday (16 February) in Elwood, Australia,... |

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2013 Memorable Moments: That Gomez and Brownlee sprint

2013 Memorable Moments: That Gomez and Brownlee sprint

02/01/14 - Flashback to just over 12 months ago when Javier Gomez and Jonathan Brownlee delivered one of the most thrilling finishes to a World Triathlon Series season in history. In Auckland, with the finishing... |

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2013 Memorable Moments: Stanford’s record breaking year

2013 Memorable Moments: Stanford’s record breaking year

01/01/14 - As the reigning U23 World Champion, Great Britain’s Non Stanford started the 2013 season as one to definitely watch, but probably not a senior world title contender just yet. Fast-forward to San Diego,... |

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2013 Memorable Moments: Experience pays off in London

2013 Memorable Moments: Experience pays off in London

31/12/13 - If at first you don’t succeed, try and try again. It’s a good motto for many endeavors, but it held true for some of the ITU’s newest world champions crowned in Hyde Park in 2013. In both the junior... |

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Bill Chaffey’s fourth Paratriathlon title is the sweetest

Bill Chaffey’s fourth Paratriathlon title is the sweetest

29/12/13 - Ahead of Paratriathlon’s debut in the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, the fields at each year’s world championships continue to grow and the competition steps up another level. But the 2013 Men’s TRI-1 race... |

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2013 Memorable Moments: Nicola Spirig’s Cozumel Comeback

2013 Memorable Moments: Nicola Spirig’s Cozumel Comeback

17/12/13 - It’s fair to say that Switzerland’s Nicola Spirig fit more into her post-Olympic break period than most. After that epic sprint where she beat Sweden’s Lisa Norden to the Olympic gold in a photo finish... |

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Uruguay welcomes Level 1 Coaches Course

Uruguay welcomes Level 1 Coaches Course

06/12/13 - The beautiful city of Montevideo welcomed coaches from all over Uruguay and neighboring countries of Argentina and Brazil to participate in the long waited ITU/PATCO Level I Coaches Course. The course was... |

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Get to know Gwen Jorgensen

Get to know Gwen Jorgensen

03/12/13 - Gwensanity became a household noun this year when Gwen Jorgensen became the first American woman to win a World Triathlon Series event. Then she cemented herself as one to watch when she followed up her... |

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Guatapé Press Conference Highlights

Guatapé Press Conference Highlights

26/10/13 - Guatapé will once again host the Triathlon World Cup on Sunday, in which 80 elite athletes – 53 men and 27 women – will compete over a tough course at an altitude of 1,925m. During the pre-race... |

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Simon Whitfield retires from racing

Simon Whitfield retires from racing

24/10/13 - Triathlon legend Simon Whitfield (CAN) announced he’s hanging up his competition suit on Wednesday. Whitfield competed in four Olympic Games, winning the first triathlon Olympic gold medal in the... |

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ITU World Cup season closes with challenging course

ITU World Cup season closes with challenging course

21/10/13 - After eight thrilling World Triathlon Series races and nine World Cup events, the ITU season comes to a close on Sunday in Guatape with the 10th and final World Cup of the year. But the season closer will... |

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