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ITU Development Team Selection Camp held in Rayong

ITU Development Team Selection Camp held in Rayong

03/02/16 - The 2016 Rayong ASTC - ITU Development Team Selection Camp with 26 athletes and 16 coaches from nine emerging countries was successfully held in Rayong, Thailand from January 25-31. A huge thank you to... |

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Boris Teddy trains with Tokyo on his mind

Boris Teddy trains with Tokyo on his mind

22/01/16 - In 2014, the second Summer Youth Olympic Games was held in Nanjing, China. Young triathletes from all across the globe gathered at a start line and raced in honour of their nation. Representing the... |

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OTU holds annunal Congress

OTU holds annunal Congress

22/06/15 - Oceania President Terry Sheldrake recently reported at the Oceania triathlon Union’s Fiji based 2015 Regional annual Congress that significant progress had been made over the past year. In the past 12... |

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Jonathan Brownlee wins back to back WTS titles

Jonathan Brownlee wins back to back WTS titles

11/04/15 - Jonathan Brownlee returned to the top of the podium with a convincing victory on Saturday at the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Gold Coast, delivering him back to back wins in the series. He was the master,... |

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Jorgensen makes ITU history with Gold Coast win

Jorgensen makes ITU history with Gold Coast win

10/04/15 - An uncontested run to the finish line saw Gwen Jorgensen (USA) grab another slice ITU history as she claimed her eighth consecutive WTS victory on Saturday at the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Gold Coast. The... |

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Gwen Jorgensen secures first WTS Auckland win

Gwen Jorgensen secures first WTS Auckland win

28/03/15 - American Gwen Jorgensen finally got a long awaited win at the 2015 World Triathlon Series in Auckland on Sunday after three attempts. The victory rocketed the American to 10 WTS wins and cemented her... |

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Auckland 2015 pre-race press conference highlights.

Auckland 2015 pre-race press conference highlights.

27/03/15 - Ahead of the second race of the 2015 World Triathlon Series and first Olympic distance race, some of the sport’s top athletes met the press at the Cloud in Auckland on Friday afternoon. Here are some of... |

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Impressive men’s elite roster for WTS Auckland

Impressive men’s elite roster for WTS Auckland

25/03/15 - The second stop of the ITU World Triathlon Series touches down in Auckland this Sunday, which brings forth some of the sport’s top men all vying to take home the next circuit title in the season’s... |

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Star-studded line up set for WTS Auckland

Star-studded line up set for WTS Auckland

25/03/15 - The second stop of the ITU World Triathlon Series touches down in Auckland this Sunday, which includes a roster of the highest star-studded potential all vying to take home the next circuit title in the... |

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Murray finds gold at New Plymouth World Cup

Murray finds gold at New Plymouth World Cup

21/03/15 - A World Cup win has always eluded South Africa’s Richard Murray, but a perfectly executed performance at the ITU World Cup in New Plymouth delivered that for him. It’s been a good start to the year... |

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Kaitlin Donner superb in New Plymouth World Cup win

Kaitlin Donner superb in New Plymouth World Cup win

21/03/15 - The United States showcased its strength halfway around the world on Sunday as Kaitlin Donner and Renee Tomlin claimed the gold and silver in the Elite Women 2015 World Cup in New Plymouth. Crossing the... |

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Australia’s youth rise up at Continental Championships

Australia’s youth rise up at Continental Championships

23/02/15 - Australian Triathlon’s generation next, led by Tasmania’s Jacob Birtwhistle and Western Australian Jaz Hedgeland came of age in Devonport this weekend. Birtwhistle, 20 and Hedgeland 19, broke... |

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New Zealand & Japan team up

New Zealand & Japan team up

10/02/15 - Triathlon New Zealand (Tri NZ) confirmed its long-standing relationship with its Japanese colleagues and marking clear intent towards Tokyo 2020, today signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the... |

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Throwback Thursday: The charismatic Chris McCormack

Throwback Thursday: The charismatic Chris McCormack

15/01/15 - Chris McCormack was a talented junior runner when he caught the triathlon bug. After watching footage of Australian’s competing overseas, he decided it was his sporting future. The only issue?... |

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Throwback Thursday: The scrappy Greg Welch

Throwback Thursday: The scrappy Greg Welch

13/11/14 - Greg Welch may be small in stature but his depth of athleticism was immeasurable. With a personality bigger than he was and an iron will to boot, Welch etched his name in the history books in not just... |

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