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  • Meet the female coaches paving the way for triathlon around the world
    The future of triathlon around the world is dependent on inspiring individuals who are willing to dedicate their lives to growing the sport and teaching the future generations. These women are doing that and more. Meet some select triathlon coaches from around the globe, who break barriers, glass ceilings and societal and cultural obstacles by representing and leading triathlon in helping shape future triathletes in a current male-dominated environment. CECILIA FAREZ PUCHA (ECU) Farez is a national coach in Ecuador, one of the only female coaches in the whole nation. She continues to be involved in the sport despite having experienced...
  • Canada’s Tyler Mislawchuk earns first World Cup win in Mooloolaba
    The coastline of Queensland, set in Australia, was the stage for the 2019 elite men’s Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup. A stacked field of 67-men lined up to take on the sprint distance race format, featuring a 750m ocean swim, 20km technical bike course and 5km hilly run. Conditions cooled down considerably as the elite men took to the stage and hit the water for the first portion of their race. Tyler Mislawchuk from Canada, a firm race favourite leading into today’s race, produced a slick first transition to lead out onto the bike course. A train of men tracked closely behind. Nothing could...
  • A maiden win in Mooloolaba for Australia’s Ashleigh Gentle
    Queensland’s Mooloolaba Main beach set the scene for the start of the 2019 elite women’s Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup. Conditions were typical for Queensland being hot and humid however the surf was not favourable for those hoping to catch a few waves back into shore. 47-women lined up on the beach to attack the 750m swim, among them were Olympians, World Triathlon Series and World Cup champions. It was no surprise that Australia’s Emma Jeffcoat, who is renowned for her swim set-up coming from an Australian surf background, led the women around the buoys, back onto the beach and...
  • ITU, the first IF to partner with the CAS Anti-Doping Agency
    The International Triathlon Union, as the governing body of the sport of triathlon, has become the first International Federation to partner with the newly created Anti-Doping Division of the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS). With this agreement, ITU agrees to delegate its first-instance authority to adjudicate alleged anti-doping rule violations and any sanctions, guaranteeing even more independence in all anti-doping related cases. Mr. Ivo Eusebio, Retired Judge of the Swiss Federal Tribunal and President of the CAS Anti-Doping Division, noted: “The CAS ADD is honoured to have been entrusted with handling the first-instance adjudication of alleged anti-doping rule violations, including...
  • Bidding opens for WTS and World Cup events in 2020
    The International Triathlon Union has opened bidding for the 2020 ITU World Triathlon Series, as well as the 2020 ITU World Cups. Interested cities must send their applications before April 30, with selected cities being announced on June 15, 2019. “It is again a great honor for us to be looking for cities across the world that want to partner with ITU in order to host our top tier events, both the World Triathlon Series and the World Cups. These events are the pinnacle of our sport, and bring the World’s best Triathletes to a city, offering international exposure to a...
  • Australia’s coastline sets the scene for the next stop of the World Cup tour
    For the 17th consecutive year, Queensland, Australia, will play host to the second stop of the ITU World Cup tour in Mooloolaba. With athletes vying for valuable Olympic points, the start list for the 2019 Mooloolaba ITU Triathlon World Cup is stacked, with the best triathletes on the circuit motivated to produce podium performances. The sprint distance race format, staged in Mooloolaba, is renowned for being tough, scenic and a spectacle for the crowds, which line the coastal course. Athletes will tackle a challenging course starting with a 750m ocean swim off Mooloolaba Main Beach. The bike course consists of...
  • Kiriyo Suzuki’s Journey from giving back as a TO to planning Tokyo 2020
    For many people around the world who participate and are involved in triathlon, they understand the meaning of experiencing triathlon not just as a sport, but as a lifestyle. Lining up to enjoy the combination of a swim, bike and run has connected and created communities across the globe. These communities of triathletes become friends, colleagues, training partners and even family. So, when this lifestyle sport ends up giving so much life to an individual, there becomes a point where the individual wants to give their life back to the sport. One such people who give their lives is the...