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Bourseaux named IPC October Athlete of the Month

Bourseaux named IPC October Athlete of the Month

14/11/12 - Yannick Bourseaux (FRA) was recently named the International Paralympic Committee’s October Athlete of the Month. Bourseaux was shortlisted for the award after winning his fourth world championship title... |

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Joao Silva successfully defends Yokohama title

Joao Silva successfully defends Yokohama title

29/09/12 - Portugal’s Joao Silva sizzled under the Yokoham sun today, besting Spain’s Javier Gomez on the final lap of the run to take his second consecutive ITU World Triathlon Yokohama win. Russia’s Dmitry... |

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France selects team for London 2012 Olympics

France selects team for London 2012 Olympics

14/06/12 - The French Triathlon Federation has announced the selection of the six triathletes to represent France at the London 2012 Olympic Game. The three women’s places are awarded to Jessica Harrison, Carole... |

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2012 ITU World Triathlon Series travels to Madrid

2012 ITU World Triathlon Series travels to Madrid

22/05/12 - This year marks the 10th anniversary of an ITU race in Madrid, from its start as a European Cup, then World Cup, and then the ITU World Triathlon Series since its start in 2009. This year it’s also... |

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France’s David Hauss comes from behind to claim debut World Cup win in Ishigaki

France’s David Hauss comes from behind to claim debut World Cup win in Ishigaki

22/04/12 - France’s David Hauss allowed his brilliant run to carry him to his career first ITU World Cup victory, after he made up a 50-second deficit from T2 to win the 2012 Ishigaki ITU Triathlon World Cup on... |

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2012 Ishigaki World Cup Press Conference Highlights

2012 Ishigaki World Cup Press Conference Highlights

21/04/12 - Pre-race day in Ishigaki and the Local Organising Committee welcomed David Hauss, Aileen Morrison, Kyle Jones, Melanie Annaheim and members of the Japanese National team including Ai Ueda and Yuka Sato as... |

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2012 ITU World Cup season continues in Ishigaki

2012 ITU World Cup season continues in Ishigaki

17/04/12 - The ITU World Cup series returns to Ishigaki for an incredible 17th consecutive year in 2012. The small island southwest of Japan’s mainland has been on the World Cup circuit since 1996, making it the... |

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Laurent Vidal sprints to first ITU World Cup win in Mooloolaba

Laurent Vidal sprints to first ITU World Cup win in Mooloolaba

24/03/12 - Frenchman Laurent Vidal claimed his first ITU World Cup win with an electrifying sprint in Mooloolaba, just pipping reigning champion Brad Kahlefeldt and another Frenchman, David Hauss, on the line in the... |

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The 2012 ITU World Cup season starts in Mooloolaba

The 2012 ITU World Cup season starts in Mooloolaba

19/03/12 - It’s the sixth year in a row that Mooloolaba will open the ITU World Cup season, which makes it the second time that it’s opened an Olympic year. Back in 2008, three-time ITU World Champion Emma... |

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Best of 2011: Kahlefeldt finally conquers Hamburg

Best of 2011: Kahlefeldt finally conquers Hamburg

29/11/11 - Brad Kahlefeldt has been competing in Hamburg long enough to know that wins are hard to come by. After claiming his first career World Cup medal in the German city back in 2003, Kahlefeldt then followed... |

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Vote for Photo of the Year 2011 - Week Four: Hamburg

Vote for Photo of the Year 2011 - Week Four: Hamburg

27/11/11 - It’s that time of the year again, to take a step back in time to remember this year’s Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series through the eyes of some of the world’s best sports... |

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Lausanne Sprint Preview: Fast and furious action ahead

Lausanne Sprint Preview: Fast and furious action ahead

15/08/11 - Prepare to get fast, really fast, when the 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series lands in Lausanne this weekend. Lausanne has already hosted some memorable international triathlon... |

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Alistair Brownlee reaches another level in brilliant London win

Alistair Brownlee reaches another level in brilliant London win

07/08/11 - Great Britain’s Alistair Brownlee was already having a brilliant 2011 season, but the 23-year old stepped up to another incredible level in London when he used a gutsy bike breakaway to claim his 10th... |

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Kahlefeldt claims first World Championship Series win in thrilling sprint

Kahlefeldt claims first World Championship Series win in thrilling sprint

16/07/11 - Australian Brad Kahlefeldt got his 2011 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series season back on track in the best possible style, claiming his first ever series win with a thrilling sprint... |

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Javier Gomez runs away with season opener in Sydney

Javier Gomez runs away with season opener in Sydney

10/04/11 - Spain’s Javier Gomez labeled his performance in the opening round of the Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series in Sydney as one of his toughest ever, as he fought back from a bike crash to... |

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Kahlefeldt takes third Mooloolaba title

Kahlefeldt takes third Mooloolaba title

26/03/11 - Brad Kahlefeldt led a gold-silver Australian finish at today’s Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup.  Teammate Brendan Sexton overcame a 15-second penalty and out-sprinted France’s David Hauss for... |

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Brownlee Leads Britain to One-Two Finish in Lausanne

Brownlee Leads Britain to One-Two Finish in Lausanne

21/08/10 - Twenty-year-old Brit Jonathan Brownlee took home top honours at the first-ever ITU Sprint Triathlon World Championship, earning the first world title of his young career. It makes four ITU World... |

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Docherty Wins Series Opener in Sydney

Docherty Wins Series Opener in Sydney

10/04/10 - It was a great start to the 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series for Kiwi veteran Bevan Docherty, who was victorious in Sydney, winning with a breakaway on the final lap of the run.... |

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Dark Horses Abound in Mooloolaba

Dark Horses Abound in Mooloolaba

26/03/10 - Only one week ago the battle for this year’s first World Cup title appeared to be a showdown between world number two Javier Gomez, reigning Mooloolaba champion Courtney Atkinson and perennial Aussie... |

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Hauss and Rabie Win in Mauritius

Hauss and Rabie Win in Mauritius

27/12/09 - Mauritius, 19 December 2009: The Mauritius ITI African Cup marked the end of the ITU racing season and could hardly have been hosted at a more beautiful venue. This Indian Ocean Island boasts some of the... |

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Brownlee Unstoppable in London

Brownlee Unstoppable in London

15/08/09 - The unstoppable Alistair Brownlee again showed he is the real deal taking his fourth Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series win in four starts in front of an elated home crowd in London,... |

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Atkinson Wins on Home Soil

Atkinson Wins on Home Soil

29/03/09 - Australia’s Courtney Atkinson won his home race at Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast in a time of 1:52:05 to kick start his 2009 season. Kris Gemmell from New Zealand ran strongly for second to prevent... |

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Birgit Berg and Ioulian Malishev won in Kedzierzyn Kozle

Birgit Berg and Ioulian Malishev won in Kedzierzyn Kozle

09/09/07 - Birgit Berg from Netherlands and Ioulian Malishev from Russia claimed the gold medal at the Kedzierzyn Kozle ITU Triathlon Premium European Cup in Poland. Women TOP6 1. BERK BIRGIT(NED)2:03:53 2. DAVIS... |

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African Champs in Mauritius

African Champs in Mauritius

01/04/07 - Kate Roberts and Hendrik de Villiers of South Africa have won the 2007 ATU African Triathlon Championships in Le Coco Beach, Mauritius. Hot and humid weather conditions and crystal clear water welcomed... |

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Lisk And Hauss Win In Langebaan

Lisk And Hauss Win In Langebaan

03/03/07 - It was a surprised David Hauss of France who claimed first place at the ITU African Cup today. Chasing Sander Berk (Netherlands), Bas Diederen (Netherlands) and Kent Horner (South Africa) out of the water... |

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