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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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2015 New Plymouth World Cup – The pre race hype

2015 New Plymouth World Cup – The pre race hype

20/03/15 - 2015 New Plymouth World Cup – The pre race hype South Africa’s Richard Murray and Vendula Frintova (CZE), will both wear the number one bibs on Sunday but with 145 athletes represented by 37... |

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ITU World Cup continues on in New Plymouth

ITU World Cup continues on in New Plymouth

19/03/15 - With the 2015 ITU World Cup season in full swing after the season opened up last week in Mooloolaba, the cycle continues on Sunday at the familiar site of New Plymouth. A string of athletes are set to... |

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Mooloolaba 2015 World Cup Press Conference Highlights

Mooloolaba 2015 World Cup Press Conference Highlights

13/03/15 - The 2015 International Triathlon circuit makes its first stop down under this weekend, with the first World Cup of the season in Mooloolaba. The beachside stop on Australia’s Sunshine Coast is one of the... |

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ITU World Cup circuit opens in Mooloolaba

ITU World Cup circuit opens in Mooloolaba

10/03/15 - The 2015 ITU World Cup circuit gets underway this weekend with seasoned host Mooloolaba welcoming athletes for the 13th time. The coastal city will again offer up a tough one-lap swim, four-lap bike,... |

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Throwback Thursday: Loretta Harrop

Throwback Thursday: Loretta Harrop

05/02/15 - With a swimming background, Loretta Harrop was enticed into triathlon by her brother Luke in December 1994, a keen triathlete himself. After competing locally, both went to a Japanese race in 1996.... |

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Best of 2014: Kevin McDowell makes a return

Best of 2014: Kevin McDowell makes a return

11/12/14 - Kevin McDowell showed early promise as a teenage triathlete winning silver at the first Youth Olympic Games four years ago in Singapore. But just as his career appeared to be on the cusp of exploding,... |

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2015 Montreal World Cup cancelled

2015 Montreal World Cup cancelled

12/11/14 - Due to a date conflict with other events in the city of Montreal, the 2015 Montreal ITU Triathlon World Cup has been cancelled. “Despite our best efforts to identify a more suitable date within the... |

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Schoeman secures victory in Tongyeong

Schoeman secures victory in Tongyeong

18/10/14 - South Africa’s Henri Schoeman secures his first ITU title leading almost the entire race at the 2014 Tongyeong ITU Triathlon World Cup. USA’s Ben Kanute and Tommy Zaferes were with Schoeman all the... |

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Jackson successfully defends Tongyeong title

Jackson successfully defends Tongyeong title

18/10/14 - Emma Jackson (AUS) stormed to victory to defend her 2013 title at the 2014 Tongyeong ITU Triathlon World Cup. The Australian held on her own on the bike, before a final fight for the line secured her... |

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World Cup season closes in Tongyeong

World Cup season closes in Tongyeong

15/10/14 - As ITU wraps up the last major competition of the year with the Tongyeong World Cup, action is anything but slowing down in what promises to be a power-player packed race in South Korea on Saturday. Top... |

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2015 World Cup schedule announced

2015 World Cup schedule announced

14/10/14 - Just days ahead of the final World Cup of the 2014 season, ITU today announced the schedule for the 2015 ITU Triathlon World Cup season. The 2015 calendar will cover nine cities and includes a variety of... |

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Europeans rule men’s race in Cartagena

Europeans rule men’s race in Cartagena

12/10/14 - Unperturbed by torrential rain that threatened to interrupt the inaugural ITU World Cup race in Cartagena on Sunday, France’s Pierre Le Corre won gold ahead of Sven Riederer of Switzerland and Le... |

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Spirig sprints to win in Cartagena

Spirig sprints to win in Cartagena

12/10/14 - Switzerland’s Nicola Spirig continued her winning streak to take the inaugural Cartagena World Cup race on Sunday, with Paula Findlay (CAN) finishing second and Katrien Verstuyft (BEL) third. With... |

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