Another magnificent month of action lies ahead on TriathlonLIVE.tv

by Doug Gray on 14 Jun, 2019 04:43 • EspaƱol
Another magnificent month of action lies ahead on TriathlonLIVE.tv

The world’s most comprehensive multisports platform, TriathlonLIVE.tv embarks on another month of top-drawer action this weekend that is sure to beat any box-set for pure unpredictable racing from around the globe.

Next up on Saturday is the Nur-Sultan World Cup. It will be in the Kazakh capital formerly known as Astana that Matthew McElroy looks to maintain his WTS Leeds levels of brilliance having delivered a blistering run to secure silver in the North of England. In the women’s race, Austria’s Lisa Perterer leads the line, with live coverage from 9am.

The Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham then picks up the baton from Nur-Sultan with coverage beginning at 4pm BST on Saturday afternoon. The race may have been forced into a run x bike x run format by the rain, but that won’t stop the action from coming thick and fast along the banks of the River Trent, with Great Britain looking to overcome last year’s champions Team USA on home turf.

We return to our all-new World Cup live coverage a week later, when the 2019 circuit moves to the beautiful city of Antwerp on Sunday 23 June. Singled out as one to watch by teammate Alistair Brownlee, young British talent Ben Dijkstra will be among the podium contenders, along with Richard Varga (SVK) and the New Zealand duo Hayden Wilde and Tayler Reid.

Back to the WTS we go a week later with the Groupe Copley World Triathlon Montreal on Saturday 29 June, coverage starting with the pre-race show at 2pm local time as Tommy Zaferes introduces the fifth stop on the Series. Georgia Taylor Brown put in a sparkling run in Leeds to halt Katie Zaferes 100% start to the season and men’s Series Leader Vincent Luis will be looking for a return to the podium as the season continues to throw up surprises. 



A magical month of action concludes with the Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon, coverage beginning at 2pm on Saturday 6 July and continuing on Sunday with the Mixed Relay World Championships from 9am. Hamburg always delivers a magical atmosphere as the fans line the course from the unique swim to the dramatic final straight, wrapping up four consecutive weekends of first class action in style.

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