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Norden Ends Silver Streak in Japan

Norden Ends Silver Streak in Japan

22/08/09 - Swedens Lisa Norden finally took victory at todays Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series leg in Yokohama, Japan.  The 24 year old Swede ended her streak of three silver medals with gold... |

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Sweetland Wins In Mooloolaba

Sweetland Wins In Mooloolaba

28/03/09 - The opening leg of the 2009 ITU Triathlon World Cup Series was won by 20 year old Kirsten Sweetland from Canada as she started 2009 with a bang, beating Olympic Games bronze medallist and local favourite... |

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World Cup Season Opener Sunday

World Cup Season Opener Sunday

18/03/09 - Trans Tasman Rivals race head to head in Season’s first World Cup Australia and New Zealand lead strong international contingent in Mooloolaba this Sunday The first ITU Triathlon World Cup of the season... |

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Australians named for Beijing

Australians named for Beijing

18/04/08 - Triathlon Australia has today announced the six athletes who have been chosen as part of the Nomination Team for Triathlon for Australia for the 2008 Olympic Games. The athletes include: WOMEN Emma... |

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AUS and NZL on top in Oceania

AUS and NZL on top in Oceania

09/03/08 - Blustery but warm conditions greeted triathletes in the OCA Triathlon Oceania Championships in Wellington, New Zealand today where Australias Emma Moffatt and Shane Reed of New Zealand won the elite... |

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Spirig, Tayama conquer Eilat in season finale

Spirig, Tayama conquer Eilat in season finale

06/12/07 - Nicola Spirig of Switzerland won the 2007 BG Triathlon World Cup finale in Eilat, Israel, with a finish time of 2 hours 2 minutes and 42 seconds.  After a hard fought 2007, Spirig grabs her first world... |

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Moffatt, Docherty triumph in Edmonton

Moffatt, Docherty triumph in Edmonton

25/06/07 - In the last race to ever be held in the capital city of Alberta, Canada, Emma Moffatt of Australia won the 2007 Edmonton BG Triathlon World Cup in a time of 1 hour 57 minutes and 52 seconds for the first... |

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Moffatt wins first World Cup gold

Moffatt wins first World Cup gold

24/06/07 - In the last race to ever be held in the capital city, Emma Moffatt of Australia has just won the 2007 Edmonton BG Triathlon World Cup in a time of 1 hour 57 minutes and 52 seconds for the first world cup... |

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Rich wins for Bennett, Henning in Des Moines

Rich wins for Bennett, Henning in Des Moines

19/06/07 - Local favourite Laura Bennett of the United States won the 2007 Des Moines BG Triathlon World Cup, taking home a record US$200,000 in prize money and another US$65,000 plus in prizes, including a new... |

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Bennett Grabs Gold in Des Moines

Bennett Grabs Gold in Des Moines

17/06/07 - Local favourite Laura Bennett of the United States has just won the 2007 Des Moines BG Triathlon World Cup, taking home a record US$200,000 in prize money and another US$65,000 plus in prizes, including a... |

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Fifth Madrid title for Fernandes

Fifth Madrid title for Fernandes

04/06/07 - Vanessa Fernandes of Portugal has just won the 2007 Madrid BG Triathlon World Cup in the Spanish capital.  Dubbed as her second home the 21-year-old Portuguese star has won on this course every year since... |

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Kahlefeldt - Densham Oceania Champs

Kahlefeldt - Densham Oceania Champs

03/03/07 - Tambin texto en espaol. In an amazing day of racing Brad Kahlefeldt returned to Geelong and defended his title at the Australian Triathlon Championships in front of a crowd of almost 10,000 spectators.... |

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Walton back to winning ways.

Walton back to winning ways.

19/02/07 - Craig Walton got back to his winning ways in Triathlons Australian Sprint Championships in Hobart this just holding off strong competition from some of the top ITU triathletes in the sport. In second... |

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Annabel Luxford wins Mooloolaba

Annabel Luxford wins Mooloolaba

26/03/06 - Home town girl, Annabel Luxford has won gold at the 2006 ITU Mooloolaba World Cup triathlon in a time of 2:01:10.  Liz Blatchford from Great Britain pulled together a gutsy run to take second place with a... |

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Snowsill claims Commonwealth title

Snowsill claims Commonwealth title

17/03/06 - AUSTRALIA, Melbourne With helicopters hovering overhead and cameras pointed and ready, the second edition of the Commonwealth Games womens triathlon competition was run this morning under cloudy skies in... |

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Luxford takes 2006 World Cup opener

Luxford takes 2006 World Cup opener

03/03/06 - Annabel Luxford (AUS) has won the first ITU World Cup of the 2006 season in a time of 1:59:36 with Joelle Franzmann (GER) taking her first ever silver at a World Cup finishing 12 seconds behind.  Laura... |

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Final 2005 ITU world cup rankings

Final 2005 ITU world cup rankings

08/12/05 - Hunter Kemper (USA) and Annabel Luxford (AUS) topped the final rankings for the 2005 ITU World Cup season. Click here for the final men’s ranking.   Click here for the final women’s ranking.... |

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Fernandes wins final world cup!!

Fernandes wins final world cup!!

12/11/05 - The only thing more brilliant than the sunshine in New Plymouth was the performance put on by the top triathletes in the world as they closed off the best year of World Cup Triathlon racing. Click here... |

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Luxford and Don Win CWG Test Event

Luxford and Don Win CWG Test Event

15/10/05 - Melbourne, Australia: Annabel Luxford of Australia and Tim Don of Great Britian continued to dominate the Triathlon world with wins at the Commonwealth Games Triathlon test event in Melbourne,... |

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Snowsill wins world championships!!

Snowsill wins world championships!!

11/09/05 - A blistering solo run set up Emma Snowsill’s second world championship swin in three years in Gamagori Japan today. Battling intense heat, high humidity and a technically difficult course, Snowsill made... |

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Luxford wins Tiszaujvaros world cup

Luxford wins Tiszaujvaros world cup

14/08/05 - Heavy rain in Eastern Europe resulted in a very strong current and unusually cold water in the Tiszau River that serves as the venue for the 1.5km swim leg of this popular event.  The 18oC water resulted... |

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Warriner wins second world cup this year!

Warriner wins second world cup this year!

06/08/05 - Rainy conditions earlier in the day cleared just before the start of the womens Hamburg ITU Triathlon World Cup, much to the relief of everyone.  The 18oC water temperature meant that it was a wetsuit... |

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Potts and snowsill win in Edmonton.

Potts and snowsill win in Edmonton.

23/07/05 - The wind came blustering into Edmonton but it did not slow down the ITU World Cup competitors. The sun tried hard to poke out from behind the clouds all day and by the end of the men’s race the sun was... |

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Fernandes and Don shine in Madrid

Fernandes and Don shine in Madrid

06/06/05 - Vanessa Fernandes has just won the 2005 ITU Madrid World Cup in stunning fashion, easily beating off all opposition in the challenging midday heat to storm to her third ITU World Cup win in Madrid, making... |

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Fernandes and Don win in Madrid!

Fernandes and Don win in Madrid!

05/06/05 - Vanessa Fernandes has just won the 2005 ITU Madrid World Cup in stunning fashion, easily beating off all opposition in the challenging midday heat to storm to her third ITU World Cup win in Madrid, making... |

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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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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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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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Fernandes - Deanaz Win Rio Triathlon World Cup

Fernandes - Deanaz Win Rio Triathlon World Cup

07/11/04 - Fernandes - Deanaz Win Rio Triathlon World Cup Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: For immediate Release: Heavy rain and a high   sea greeted the athletes for the start of the Rio ITU World Cup Triathlon, but   it... |

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Luxford and Gemmell shine in Gamagori

Luxford and Gemmell shine in Gamagori

26/09/04 - Luxford and Gemmell Win Gamagori Triathlon World   Cup Gamagori, Japan: For immediate release: Nicole Hackett of   Australia took an early lead in the 2 lap, 1500m swim with Laura Reback of   the... |

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Belaubre and Fernandes win in Madrid

Belaubre and Fernandes win in Madrid

19/09/04 - Fernandes and Belaubre Win Madrid World Cup Madrid, Spain: 19 Sept, 2004: The Spanish Triathlon Federation and the City   of Madrid combined forces to produce one of the finest World Cup events ever  ... |

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Dittmer delights Hamburg crowd

Dittmer delights Hamburg crowd

04/09/04 - Dittmer Wins Again in Hamburg: 4 September 2004 Nine days after the highly successful Athens Olympic Games Triathlon, the ITU   World Cup action resumed in Hamburg, Germany, today with an picture-perfect... |

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Press Release - 2004 ITU Corner Brook World Cup

Press Release - 2004 ITU Corner Brook World Cup

18/07/04 - 2004 ITU   Corner Brook World Cup, 18 July 2004. Smet and Richmond   Two New World Cup Title Holders Corner Brook, Newfoundland:   For immediate release: A full week of multi-sport festivities... |

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