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  • Emotional win for Andrea Hewitt in Santo Domingo World Cup
    The look on her face when Andrea Hewitt (NZL) crossed the finish line was of unlimited surprise. The second she realized she had just won the 2019 ITU Santo Domingo World Cup tears came to her eyes, and she had more than enough reasons to do so. For her incredible come back to the ITU circuit after a difficult season with not much racing all over the year, for her unsuspected win after the leader until the final 100 meters had to serve a penalty, and because four years ago today was “the saddest day of her life”. USA’s Taylor...
  • McElroy leads a podium sweep for USA in Santo Domingo
    The season for the USA men couldn’t finish better. After a dominant run in the 10km run along the Caribben sea, Matthew McElroy led an impressive podium sweep for the USA men in the 2019 ITU Santo Domingo World Cup, followed in the finish line by Kevin McDowell and Morgan Pearson. With the athletes taking an early start due to the high temperatures in Santo Domingo this weekend, it was to no surprise that the athlete that was able to deal better with the wavy waters of the Caribbean was Richard Varga (SVK). The Slovakian mastered riding the waves four times,...
  • KTF-ITU Coaches Course continues with Korean cultural expedition
    Participants of the 2019 Incheon KTF-ITU Coaches Courses organised by the Korea Triathlon Federation and funded by Korean Sport and Olympic Committee enjoyed a social and cultural day on 3 November in Seoul, South Korea. Dressed in traditional Korean clothing, 72 coaches from around the globe had the opportunity to visit Gyeongbokgung, the beautiful royal palace of the Joseon dynasty built in 1395. Gyeongbokgung served as the home of Kings of the Joseon dynasty, the Kings’ households, as well as the government of Joseon. Today the National Folk Museum of Korea is also located inside the palace. After visiting Gyeongbokgung,...
  • Budapest hosts ITU Technical Officials and Event Organisers Level 2 Seminar
    This week’s Budapest ITU Technical Officials and Event Organisers Level 2 Seminar offered a strong, cost-effective and low carbon footprint opportunity for TOs from Hungary and neighbouring countries including Romania, Serbia and Slovakia. In addition, there were officials from Poland, Estonia, Turkey, Russia and Portugal present. Facilitators Duncan Hough (GBR) and Dr. Béla Varga (HUN) were pleased to welcome two female TOs among the 14 that attended the seminar. Duncan and Dr Bela piloted a new way of delivering the seminar, as paperless as possible in order to support new sustainability goals. With the exceptions of the flip-chart sheets and...
  • Santo Domingo ready for the closing race of the 2019 season
    A large field of athletes will head this weekend to the Caribbean for the last stop of the World Cup circuit, to be held in Santo Domingo. With a field stacked with top athletes for both the men and the female races, world cup and WTS champions will be trying to get some really valuable Olympic qualification points before closing up the season. The last race of the ITU 2019 World Cup circuit will be disputed over an Olympic distance, with the swim consisting of two laps of 750m each in the warm and calm waters of the Marina of San...
  • Anti-doping given prominence during KTF-ITU Level 2 Coaching Course in Incheon
    During the preliminary self-study period prior to any ITU Coaches’ Course, candidates are required to familiarise themselves with the basics of anti-doping, reading texts as well as completing quizzes on ITU’s on-line education platform. One of the assignments is to complete the World Anti-doping Agency’s (WADA) own CoachTrue e-learning course and to upload their certificates to the ITU Education HUB (https://education.triathlon.org/) for their Facilitators to verify. On Day Four of the current 2019 Incheon KTF-ITU Coaches Level 2 Course, this learning experience was enhanced thanks to a hands-on anti-doping education session delivered by KADA (Korea Anti-doping Agency). An anti-doping officer visited...
  • Ten multisports Age-Group World Championships to be contested across 2020
    The calendar and entry paths are now confirmed for the world’s AG athletes to compete at no fewer than ten different men’s and women’s Age-Group World Championships in 2020. The opportunities will begin in February on the slopes of north east Italy, as Asiago hosts the ITU Winter Triathlon World Championships for the second consecutive year. In 2019, 26 male and female AG World Champions aged between 16 and 86 were crowned alongside the Elite, U23 and Juniors and paratriathlon events, and the snow-covered festival of multisports returns again to open the 2020 season in style. On 16 May, Viborg in...