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Gold Group Explained

Gold Group Explained

22/06/10 - This group of 20 athletes includes established triathlon legends as well as emerging new superstars. ITU established the Gold Group in 2009 as a means of raising the profile of its outstanding athletes... |

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Blog: Sarah Haskins on Recovery

Blog: Sarah Haskins on Recovery

17/06/10 - A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to speak with graduate and undergraduate students pursuing a sports medicine/athletic training degree from the University of Alabama. Of all the schools in the... |

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The Word on Brownlee

The Word on Brownlee

04/06/10 - Reigning world champion Alistair Brownlee’s return to racing after recovering from a stress fracture obviously has a lot of people talking, and with good reason: The 22-year-old Brit won all five Dextro... |

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Team Profile: Russia

Team Profile: Russia

26/05/10 - Ten years ago, it would have seemed impossible that Russia could occupy two of the top three spots in the ITU world rankings. Today that scenario is more than just a possibility—it’s reality, as... |

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Greg Bennett to Race for United States

Greg Bennett to Race for United States

26/05/10 - Veteran Australian triathlete Greg Bennett has had a request to be released from racing for Australia granted by the Triathlon Australia Board. Bennett, 38, has held dual citizenship with Australia and... |

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Team Profile: France

Team Profile: France

21/05/10 - Triathlon has a long history in France. ITU was founded in Avignon, France in 1989. Avignon hosted the first ITU World Championship that same year. San Diego is credited with hosting the first modern... |

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GE Invests in Jenkins

GE Invests in Jenkins

20/05/10 - GE Capital, the financial services arm of GE, today announced that it is joining forces with Olympic hopeful Helen Jenkins and her coach and husband Marc in the build-up to and during the London 2012... |

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Tim Don Excels at Great Manchester 10K

Tim Don Excels at Great Manchester 10K

17/05/10 - Former triathlon World Champion Tim Don showed that triathletes can keep pace with the world’s best athletes, finishing seventh overall, less than a minute behind winner Haile Gebrselassie in the Great... |

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Blog: Sarah Haskins from Seoul

Blog: Sarah Haskins from Seoul

12/05/10 - This past Saturday I raced my second Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series race of the year. The race was in Downtown Seoul, South Korea. This was my first time to Seoul, however in 2007... |

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Series Leaders: Riveros Diaz and Brukhankov

Series Leaders: Riveros Diaz and Brukhankov

12/05/10 - Only two months ago, Barbara Riveros Diaz and Alexander Brukhankov were relative unknowns in the triathlon world. That all changed on April 11 in Sydney, when Riveros Diaz won the women’s race at the... |

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Blog: Sarah Haskins from Seoul

Blog: Sarah Haskins from Seoul

05/05/10 - This week I will be traveling back across the Pacific once again, but this time to Seoul, South Korea. Less than three weeks ago I raced the first World Championship Series Race of the year in Sydney,... |

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Gomez to Make 2010 Debut in Seoul

Gomez to Make 2010 Debut in Seoul

04/05/10 - Spain’s Javier Gomez, who finished second in the 2009 ITU World Rankings, will make his 2010 season debut this Saturday at the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Seoul. The Spaniard had... |

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Brownlee’s Recovery Right on Track

Brownlee’s Recovery Right on Track

29/04/10 - Reigning ITU World Champion Alistair Brownlee continues to recover from a femoral stress fracture, but hopes to be racing by early June. The Brit, who celebrated his 22nd birthday earlier this week, is... |

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Atkinson in doubt for Mooloolaba

Atkinson in doubt for Mooloolaba

22/03/10 - 2009 Mooloolaba ITU World Cup champion Courtney Atkinson is in doubt for this weekend’s race as he battles to overcome a stomach bug that struck him down and hampered his preparation. “If the... |

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Frodeno, Snowsill Attend Laureus World Sports Awards

Frodeno, Snowsill Attend Laureus World Sports Awards

15/03/10 - 2008 Olympic Triathlon gold medallists Jan Frodeno of Germany and Emma Snowsill of Australia were in attendance at the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards, held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on... |

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