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Asian Junior Camp Report

Asian Junior Camp Report

14/07/05 - Brett Mace, Manager, Athlete & Coach Development Program writes: To all Asian Triathlon Federations, thank you for the support for the recently held ITU Asian Junior Development Camp in Singapore. The... |

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Irish News

11/07/05 - Bobby Behan races and reports from the ITU Asian Cup in China Race Report: ITU Jiayuguan Asian Cup International Triathlon, China Date: 10-7-2005 Result: 25th Triathlon in China has definitely... |

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2005 ITU Shichigahama Asian Cup

2005 ITU Shichigahama Asian Cup

11/07/05 - Hirokatsu Tayama  (JPN) and Ai Ueda (JPN) took the gold medal in the men’s and women’s elite races at the 2005 ITU Shichigahama Asian cup triathlon. Full results are now available. Go to the... |

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Results from Seorak available

Results from Seorak available

29/06/05 - Results from the 2005 ITU Seorak Asian Cup Triathlon are available here. http://www.triathlon.org/?call=TVRFdw==&id=NjA0&keep=sh# |

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Results from Amakusa

Results from Amakusa

28/06/05 - Kuniaki Takahama (JPN) and Rika Takahashi (JPN) won the elite men’s and elite women’s races respectively in the 2005 ITU Amakusa Asian Cup triathlon. Go to the Amakusa event page for full results.... |

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ITU Sport Development Team Visit to Asia

27/06/05 - As the eyes of the sporting world look toward Singapore next week (6th July) and the announcement of the successful bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games, the ITU Sport Development Team embark on a 12 day... |

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Results from Wakayama

Results from Wakayama

21/06/05 - Pip Taylor of Australia and home favourite Tsukasa Hirano took the top podium spots in the 2005 ITU Wakayama Asian Cup Triathlon. Go to the Wakayama event page for full results and photo galleries.... |

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Rehula and Looze win in Tongyeong

Rehula and  Looze win in Tongyeong

13/06/05 - In the men’s event, Sydney Olympic Medalist Jan Rehula came back showing off his splendid performance at the first triathlon as Korea national team coach. Canadian Brent McMahon came out of water first... |

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Results from Makuhari available

Results from Makuhari available

12/06/05 - Yuichi Hosoda (JPN) and Shizuka Kutsuna (JPN) beat off some strong international competition to win the 2005 ITU Makuhari Asian cup triathlon. Full results are now available. Go to the Makuhari event... |

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Warriner and Atkinson Win in Ishigaki

Warriner and Atkinson Win in Ishigaki

25/05/05 - Loretta Harrop of Australia who is the current ITU World Cup   leader after winning the Mooloolaba World Cup and placing second in Honolulu,   set a fearsome pace through the 2 lap, 1500m swim segment... |

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2005 ITU Ishigaki World Cup

2005 ITU Ishigaki World Cup

15/05/05 - The start list features the best of the Australians, with the current World Cup leader Loretta Harrop headlining the women’s team along with Nicole Hackett, the 2000 World Champion and Pip Taylor who... |

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Israeli & Japanese Athletes Win ITU Subic Bay

06/05/05 - Ran Alterman from Israel and Rika Takahashi from Japan have taken out the 11th running of ITU Subic Bay International Triathlon held in the Philippines. In hot humid conditions, Ran finished in 2 hours... |

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Live Video coverage of Ishigaki!!

Live Video coverage of Ishigaki!!

15/04/05 - Watch Tricast™ LIVE! from Ishigaki which will include exclusive live video, audio, still images and results from the 2006 ITU Ishigaki Triathlon World Cup. Click here to launch Tricast™ live... |

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Warriner wins first ever world cup!

15/03/05 - Samantha Warriner (NZL) has won her first ever world cup in stunning fashion,   beating the sweltering heat to come home in convincing style. Meanwhile Kiyomi   Niwata of Japan delighted the home crowd... |

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Pre Race Press Release -  2004 ITU Gamagori World Cup

Pre Race Press Release -  2004 ITU Gamagori World Cup

26/09/04 - ITU GAMAGORI WORLD CUP TESTS 2005 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS COURSE Gamagori, Japan, For immediate release: Gamagori, which is an annual favourite   stop on the World Cup circuit, has moved from the motor boat... |

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