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Heat turns up for Huatulco World Cup

Heat turns up for Huatulco World Cup

14/05/13 - World Cup action heats up with the third race of the circuit in Huatulco, Mexico, set for Sunday. This is the sixth year the tourist destination has been part of the World Cup calendar, and the scorching... |

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Ryan Fisher storms to first World Cup win in Ishigaki

Ryan Fisher storms to first World Cup win in Ishigaki

14/04/13 - Wet weather conditions couldn’t keep Ryan Fisher (AUS) from storming to his first ever World Cup title in Ishigaki with a monster performance on the bike and run courses. The rising star capitalized on... |

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Japan sweeps women’s podium in Ishigaki

Japan sweeps women’s podium in Ishigaki

14/04/13 - Although wet conditions plagued the women’s race on Sunday, that didn’t stop a strong Japanese team from sweeping the podium in front of a home crowd. Olympian Ai Ueda blasted through the three-lap... |

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Ishigaki Pre Race Press Conference

Ishigaki Pre Race Press Conference

13/04/13 - Pre-race day in Ishigaki and the Local Organising Committee welcomed Tony Dodds, Emma Jackson and Dan Wilson, members of the Japanese National team including Hirokatsu Tayama and Yuka Sato as they met the... |

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World Cup action continues in Ishigaki

World Cup action continues in Ishigaki

10/04/13 - The World Cup circuit heads to Asia for the second stop of the series in familiar Ishigaki, Japan. The small island has been a staple on the ITU calendar for nearly two decades, with this weekend’s World... |

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Weekend Race Roundup - March 18, 2013

Weekend Race Roundup - March 18, 2013

18/03/13 - The triathlon season officially got underway this weekend with the World Cup circuit having kicked off in Mooloolaba on Saturday. But the World Cup was just one of several races to take place, with South... |

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Haug in dominant Mooloolaba ITU World Cup victory

Haug in dominant Mooloolaba ITU World Cup victory

17/03/13 - Anne Haug (GER) continued on in 2013 where she left off last year, the 2012 World Triathlon Series grand final winner taking out the opening ITU World Cup of the year in a hot and windy Mooloolaba... |

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Gomez victorious at ITU World Cup Mooloolaba

Gomez victorious at ITU World Cup Mooloolaba

16/03/13 - Javier Gomez moved to second on the all time list of ITU World Cup triathlon wins with his 13th career victory on a stunning day in Mooloolaba on Australia’s Sunshine Coast on Saturday, running through... |

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Mooloolaba Pre-Race Press Conference Highlights

Mooloolaba Pre-Race Press Conference Highlights

15/03/13 - Six athletes sat on the athlete panel to preview their form and expectations leading into the SUBARU Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup on Australia’s Sunshine Coast. Laurent Vidal(FRA) Previewing the... |

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2013 World Cup season kicks off in Mooloolaba

2013 World Cup season kicks off in Mooloolaba

13/03/13 - The 2013 ITU World Cup season will get underway in the familiar city of Mooloolaba this weekend. In its seventh year as the series opener and its 11th appearance on the ITU calendar, Mooloolaba’s... |

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2012 highlights: The 2012 Season in Numbers

2012 highlights: The 2012 Season in Numbers

03/01/13 - The Olympics were obviously a major highlight of the 2012 ITU year, but overall it was a huge year for triathlon’s development worldwide - with a large number of firsts. Here we try to capture just some... |

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2012 Highlights: Most radical runs of the year

2012 Highlights: Most radical runs of the year

28/12/12 - In the final installment highlighting the best stand-alone discipline performances of 2012, we take a look at some of the most mind-blowing runs we saw this year. Take a look at these phenomenal displays... |

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2012 Highlights: Most brilliant bikes of the year

2012 Highlights: Most brilliant bikes of the year

27/12/12 - Yesterday we brought you the most impressive swims of the year. Today, it’s on to the second discipline of triathlon – the bike. Whether they conquered challenging courses or made effective... |

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2012 highlights: The most sensational swims of the year

2012 highlights: The most sensational swims of the year

26/12/12 - Triathlon is always a sum of its parts, swim, bike and run, but sometimes the exciting and individual performances get slightly buried in the finish tape. While overall, Jonathan Brownlee and Lisa Norden... |

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2012 Highlights: Year of the sprint

2012 Highlights: Year of the sprint

15/11/12 - One of the defining characteristics of this year’s World Triathlon Series and World Cup races were the number of sprint distances that appeared on the calendar. With half the distance, the five sprints... |

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