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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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2005 ITU Madrid World Cup

02/05/05 - The competition in this years Madrid world cup is heating up even before it   has begun with over 15 elite men on the waiting list just to enter the event.   There are over 90 entries form around the... |

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Thompson and Harrop tops in Mooloolaba!!

01/05/05 - Simon Thompson has just won the elite men’s event topping off a great day for   Australia. Courtney Atkinson took the second place on the podium and Paul Amey   came third.   See   the event... |

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Australia Dominates ITU Mooloolaba World Cup

01/05/05 - For the second time in   three weeks, Australia’s women made a clean sweep of the podium at an ITU World   Cup race.     The same three women who achieved the feat in Honolulu early in April were back... |

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Full results and pictures available from Mazatlan

Full results and pictures available from Mazatlan

24/04/05 - Hunter Kemper (USA) and Vanessa Fernandes (POR) beat the heat in Mazatlan to win world cup number two of the ITU World Cup series. Visit the Mazatlan event page for full results and race images Sheila... |

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Snowsill and Don Win Season’s Opener

17/04/05 - Australia took all three spots on the podium in Hawaii with Emma Snowsill leading   the way with a blistering performance. Meanwhile Tim Don won the seasons opener   with an impressive race in the... |

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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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Long Distance World Championships

Long Distance World Championships

13/04/05 - The second ITU WC in Fredericia - On 7’Th of August 2005, the Long Distance World Championship will be held in Fredericia, Denmark for the 2´nd time. We staged our first World Championships here in... |

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Live Coverage from Mooloolaba

Live Coverage from Mooloolaba

10/04/05 - Updated start lists are available and correct as of Saturday 30 April. Live coverage begins at 10.30 local time tomorrow. 01.30 London. 20:30 New York. To launch live coverage either go to the... |

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The Haul to the Great Wall Begins

08/04/05 - COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (April 8, 2005) – USA Triathlon has announced a five-race series of intermediate distance triathlons that will allow triathletes and spectators to get their first look at who... |

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ITU Sport Development Team visit Africa

ITU Sport Development Team visit Africa

02/04/05 - On March 30 the ITU Sport development team descended on Midmar Dam, South Africa   for the African Triathlon Championships and our first development project. Located   85km west of Durban, the race... |

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Mazatlan hosts round 2 of the ITU World Cup

Mazatlan hosts round 2 of the ITU World Cup

01/04/05 - For the second year in a row, Mazatlan, the Mexican resort on the west coast, will host the second stop of the ITU Triathlon World Cup. The start list is filled with the whos who of the sport, including... |

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Snowsill takes first national title

Snowsill takes first national title

27/03/05 - World triathlon champion, the Gold Coast’s Emma Snowsill, has added her first   Australian National Olympic distance title to her belt, winning the Geelong   Triathlon in sensational form today. She... |

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Geelong proves fruitful for Quirk

Geelong proves fruitful for Quirk

27/03/05 - Victorian Bryce Quirk took out his home state race today to win his first national   title, victorious in the Australian Triathlon Championships in Geelong this   afternoon over fellow Melbourne born... |

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