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Throwback Thursday: The magnificent Michellie Jones

Throwback Thursday: The magnificent Michellie Jones

04/12/14 - When it comes to sustained success over the course of a triathlon career, Australia’s Michellie Jones is the undisputed queen. From her first ITU World Championship in 1992, to a bronze medal in her... |

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Triathlon Australia seeks head coach for Gold Coast National Performance Centre

Triathlon Australia seeks head coach  for Gold Coast National Performance Centre

07/03/14 - Triathlon Australia is the official National Sporting Organisation responsible for the management and delivery of the sports of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and multisport within Australia. It is a... |

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ITU announces 2015 Duathlon World Championship dates

ITU announces 2015 Duathlon World Championship dates

30/10/13 - ITU is pleased to announce the dates for the 2015 ITU Duathlon World Championships in Adelaide, South Australia. The Championships are set to take place from October 14-18, 2015.  Though the race will... |

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Help Bill Chaffey become IPC Athlete of the Month

Help Bill Chaffey become IPC Athlete of the Month

07/10/13 - After earning his fourth World Championship title in the men’s TRI-1 division at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in London last month in a come from behind sprint finish, Bill Chaffey (AUS)... |

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Fast Five with Australia’s Emma Jackson

Fast Five with Australia’s Emma Jackson

26/04/13 - Emma Jackson first came into the ITU spotlight when she won the U23 World Title in 2010, and since then has joined the list of athletes who have claimed that World Championship category and moved on to... |

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Brad Beven introduced to Australia’s Hall of Fame

Brad Beven introduced to Australia’s Hall of Fame

21/03/13 - North Queensland schoolboy sports star Brad Beven (AUS) would run four kilometres to and from his beloved Miriwinni State School every day carrying a brick in each hand. The kids on the school bus would... |

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Triathlon Australia appoints Bernard Savage as National Performance Director

Triathlon Australia appoints Bernard Savage as National Performance Director

15/11/12 - Triathlon Australia has appointed the long serving, highly credentialed Australian Swimming Team High Performance Science Manager Bernard Savage as its’ new National Performance Director for the next... |

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Paratriathlon takes a landmark step forward in Australia

Paratriathlon takes a landmark step forward in Australia

15/04/12 - Paratriathlon in Australia has officially kickstarted its Paralympic pathway, with the first Triathlon Australia and Australia Paralympic Committee seminar in Sydney last Friday. Participants ranged from... |

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Greg Bennett to Race for United States

Greg Bennett to Race for United States

26/05/10 - Veteran Australian triathlete Greg Bennett has had a request to be released from racing for Australia granted by the Triathlon Australia Board. Bennett, 38, has held dual citizenship with Australia and... |

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A Year In the Life of James Seear

A Year In the Life of James Seear

20/11/09 - James Seear started the 2009 year as a little known Australian under 23, but finished it as a world championship silver medallist and u23 rankings winner. As one of the bright young hopes for Triathlon... |

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Moffatt and Walton Recognised by AIS

Moffatt and Walton Recognised by AIS

16/11/09 - Australian Minister for Sport Kate Ellis has announced Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship winner Emma Moffatt and swimmer Brenton Rickard as the 2009 Australian Institute of Sport (AIS)... |

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Aussies Head Age Group Medal Tables

Aussies Head Age Group Medal Tables

23/09/09 - They may not have topped the elite medal table, but Australia’s age group triathletes certainly did the green and gold proud as they capped off a stunning championships with 66 age group... |

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