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Eilat and Ponce Cancelled for 2008

Eilat and Ponce Cancelled for 2008

27/02/08 - Unfortunately due to a lack of support, two Continental Cups have been cancelled and have now been taken off the 2008 calendar. The Ponce Pan American Cup in Puerto Rico scheduled for April 27 will not... |

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Whitfield launches World Champs

Whitfield launches World Champs

05/02/08 - Simon Whitfield was in Vancouver on Monday afternoon to officially launch the 2008 Vancouver BG Triathlon World Championships.  The event will take place from June 6th to 8th and will be the final Olympic... |

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Tucker, Huerta win in Argentina

Tucker, Huerta win in Argentina

14/01/08 - Brit Helen Tucker and American Manuel Huerta continue their fine early season form with wins at the La Paz ITU Pan American Cup in Argentina this past weekend.  Tucker claimed her second straight victory... |

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Pan Am Winter Tri Champs in Oregon

Pan Am Winter Tri Champs in Oregon

08/01/08 - With many parts of North America getting hit with inches of snow, it’s a glorious time of year for winter triathletes. Bend, Oregon, USA will host the 2008 ITU Winter Triathlon Pan American... |

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2008 ITU season opens in Chile

2008 ITU season opens in Chile

07/01/08 - The first ITU race of 2008 was a Premium Pan American Cup in Viña del Mar, Chile.  The successful race kicked off a highly anticipated and exciting year for triathlon as the sport will make its third... |

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2008 Pan American Champs Location

2008 Pan American Champs Location

13/12/07 - For reasons beyond control, the 2008 PATCO Pan American Championships scheduled for Puerto Vallarta, Mexico on April 19 will have to move to Mazatlan, Mexico on the same date.  Additional race details,... |

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Pan American Duathlon Champs

Pan American Duathlon Champs

26/11/07 - This past Sunday, Santiago de Cali in Colombia hosted the 2007 PATCO Duathlon Pan American Championships.  The home country dominated the competition sweeping the elite men’s and women’s titles, along... |

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Kemper, Ertel prevail in San Fran

Kemper, Ertel prevail in San Fran

08/11/07 - Hunter Kemper and Julie Ertel raced to victories at the San Francisco ITU Triathlon Pan American Cup at Treasure Island on Saturday, and in the process each captured the overall titles of USA Triathlon’s... |

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North American dominance in Cancun

North American dominance in Cancun

07/11/07 - Reigning Pan Am Games gold medalist Julie Ertel of the United States won her first career world cup in Cancun, highlighting a gold-bronze finish for the Americans.  Frances Carole Peon celebrated her... |

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Whitfield victorious in Cancun

Whitfield victorious in Cancun

04/11/07 - Simon Whitfield won his third world cup title of the year and the tenth of his career in Cancun today, in a thrilling sprint finish with fellow Canadian Paul Tichelaar who earned his first world cup... |

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Ertel wins 1st World Cup in Cancun

Ertel wins 1st World Cup in Cancun

04/11/07 - Reigning Pan Am Games gold medalist Julie Ertel of the United States has won her first career world cup today in Cancun, highlighting a gold-bronze finish for the Americans.  Frances Carole Peon... |

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Cancun World Cup this weekend

Cancun World Cup this weekend

23/10/07 - Round 14 of the 2007 BG Triathlon World Cup series travels to the stunning Mexican resort city of Cancun this weekend.  A strong men’s field will be looking to gain some ground in the world cup series... |

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Melody Ramirez (MEX) was the winner at Veracruz

Melody Ramirez (MEX) was the winner at Veracruz

08/09/07 - With more than 2,400 athletes, from 9 year old kids to 70+ years, the 2007 Veracruz Triathlon is the favorite competition of Latin America. In the men’s race there were 28 athletes from Argentina,... |

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Americans sweep Pan American Games

Americans sweep Pan American Games

17/07/07 - Andy Potts of the United States is the new Pan American Games champion.  Potts led for most of the race, crossing the line in a time of 1 hour 52 minutes and 31 seconds, 7 seconds faster than silver... |

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Americans dominate PanAm Games

Americans dominate PanAm Games

16/07/07 - It is an American sweep of the gold medals today as Julie Ertel, formerly Swail, has just won the Pan American Games triathlon in a time of 1 hour 57 minutes and 23 seconds.  Only a few steps behind was... |

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