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Gomez Ready to Shine At Home

Gomez Ready to Shine At Home

26/05/09 - Unable to compete in the opening round of the Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series due to an ankle injury, Spaniard Javier Gomez is ready to return to triathlons top flight on May 31... |

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Athletes Warm Up Across Europe

Athletes Warm Up Across Europe

25/05/09 - At the opening Fédération Française de Triathlon Grand Prix (French Triathlon Federation Grand Prix) race in Dunkerque, Laurent Vidal from France and Will Clarke from Britain, crossed the line together... |

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Madrid World Champs - Men

Madrid World Champs - Men

25/05/09 - The 2009 Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship Series got underway with an electric men’s race in Tongyeong, Korea. Following breakaways on the bike, first by France’s Frederic Belaubre... |

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In Profile: Jan Frodeno, GER

In Profile: Jan Frodeno, GER

20/05/09 - When Jan Frodeno out kicked Simon Whitfield, Bevan Docherty and Javier Gomez to win the gold medal at last year’s Olympic Games in Beijing a new triathlon star was born. Frodeno made his international... |

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In Profile: Kathy Tremblay, CAN

In Profile: Kathy Tremblay, CAN

14/05/09 - Canada’s Kathy Tremblay started 2009 with a bang, finishing second at her first race of the year, the Ishigaki Triathlon World Cup, and backing it up with a fourth place at the inaugural Dextro Energy... |

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20yrs of ITU: Michellie Jones

20yrs of ITU: Michellie Jones

13/05/09 - Australian legend Michellie Jones helped to pioneer the sport of triathlon to a global audience. Competing alongside the likes of Loretta Harrop and Emma Carney, her success on both the ITU’s World Cup... |

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20yrs of ITU: The Sprint Duo

20yrs of ITU: The Sprint Duo

07/05/09 - Last weekend’s Dextro Energy Triathlon – ITU World Championship race in Tongyeong, Korea, saw one of the closest finishes ever seen in triathlon competition. Coming into the home straight... |

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In Profile: Andrea Hewitt, NZL

In Profile: Andrea Hewitt, NZL

01/05/09 - New Zealand’s Andrea Hewitt has a remarkable record of consistency, only failing to finish outside of the top 15 in just three of her 18 World Cup races including one victory in Kitzbuhel in 2006. In... |

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In Profile: Simon Whitfield (CAN)

In Profile: Simon Whitfield (CAN)

01/05/09 - The Beijing Olympic Games silver medallist Simon Whitfield is in a relaxed mood ahead of this weekend’s opening race of the Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship Series in Tongyeong,... |

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Video tip-Cycling with Brad Kahlefeldt

Video tip-Cycling with Brad Kahlefeldt

01/05/09 - Commonwealth Games Champion Brad Kahlefeldt took time out from training for this weekend’s Dextro Energy Triathlon - ITU World Championship race to talk us through his bike, the setup he uses and the... |

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Athletes Looking Forward to Racing

Athletes Looking Forward to Racing

25/04/09 - Australia’s Courtney Atkinson has become a legendary figure on the Japanese island of Ishigaki as the three time winner looks forward to a tough race on Sunday afternoon. “The conditions here are pretty... |

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In Profile: Laurent Vidal, FRA

In Profile: Laurent Vidal, FRA

23/04/09 - Vidal Laurent started the 2008 season with a virus, but after fifth place finishes at Richards Bay (South Africa) and Kitzbühel (Austria), and eighth in Madrid (Spain), he took his first World Cup podium... |

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In Profile: Daniela Ryf, Switzerland

In Profile: Daniela Ryf, Switzerland

15/04/09 - When Daniela Ryf made her international triathlon debut in 2003 she immediately started to turn heads. At just 17 years old she finished fourth at the Junior European Championships and sixth at the Junior... |

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20yrs of ITU: World Cup Success

20yrs of ITU: World Cup Success

14/04/09 - This week we dive into the record books to look back on the ITU Triathlon World Cup Series’ past champions and record-holders.  Since 1991 there have been 206 world cups held in all corners of the globe. ... |

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Bertrand Named Canada Head Coach

Bertrand Named Canada Head Coach

09/04/09 - Canadas high-performance triathletes received a boost of support in their quest for the international podium with the announcement that Philippe Bertrand has been promoted to head coach of the Senior... |

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