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  • New Zealand lines up their youngsters to claim gold in Edmonton Mixed Relay Series
    With a team with the four members under 23 years old, Team New Zealand deliver a fantastic race in Edmonton to claim their first ever victory in the World Triathlon Mixed Relay Series, putting the kiwis in an excellent position to be considered among the ones to watch in the Olympic debut of the thrilling event, in Tokyo 2020. Ainsley Thorpe, Tayler Reid, Nicole Van der Kaay and Hayden Wilde deliver a consistent race begining to end, to finish ahead of Team Great Britain and Team USA. With most of the teams lining up their best swimmers in the first leg,...
  • Jonny Brownlee comes back in style to claim WTS Edmonton
    Saturday in Edmonton proved to be redemption day for one of the legends of the sport: Jonathan Brownlee (GBR). After quite a disappointing season with three WTS appearances and none of them finishing is positions that he is used to, the double Olympic medallist showed up in Edmonton ready to prove that he is still one of the favourites every time he lines up in the start of a race. And this time, the younger Brownlee delivered. Along with him on the podium were Mario Mola (ESP), back in form and ready to keep the fight for the World Title...
  • Jackson gets on top of the WTS podium for the first time in Edmonton
    She hadn’t been in a WTS podium since 2014, but in the last few months Australian Emma Jackson had been showing that she was back on form and ready to move one step forward. The brand new course of the 2019 ITU World Triathlon Edmonton proved to be the perfect scenario for her come-back, nailing a perfect race to claim her first ever WTS victory of her career. Behind her in the finish line were USA’s Summer Rappaport and another Australian, Asleigh Gentle. The women lined up in the Hawrelak Park with the sun shining bright up in the sky after...
  • Edmonton ready for the Mixed Relay Series finale
    The last stop of the 2019 ITU Mixed Relay Series will see 13 teams competing in Edmonton, and with the current World Champions -France- not taking the start, the field is more open than ever for teams that are looking forward getting some really valuable ranking points to qualify their nation to the debut of the Mixed Relay in the Tokyo 2002 Olympics. The Aussie team already knows what it is to win in the Series, after their victory in the first Relay of the season in Abu Dhabi. Lining up in the race this Sunday will be a different team...
  • ITU announces the 2020 World Triathlon Series calendar
    ITU is pleased to announce the 2020 ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS) calendar, in a year that will be marked by the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, with eyes of the top triathletes in the world set on both goals. “The World Triathlon Series is the pinnacle of elite triathlon racing,” said ITU President and IOC Member Marisol Casado. “The WTS has been paramount in bringing international attention to triathlon by holding races in iconic locations that are broadcast to a global audience. And in 2020 we will be once more delivering top tier events around the world to give...
  • WTS Edmonton elite men’s field ready to shine
    The city of Champions, Edmonton, is set to play WTS host once again with top triathletes from around the globe arriving in the Canadian prairie city for a chance to get some valuable ranking points at the end of the season. And with all the contenders for the World Championship lining up this Saturday in ITU World Triathlon Edmonton, the race is proving to be more exciting than ever. And wearing the golden number one in Edmonton on Saturday evening will be the current Series leader, Vincent Luis (FRA), and is ready to show that he is the one to beat...
  • Spivey targets her first WTS victory in Edmonton
    With the current leaders of the World Triathlon Series -Katie Zaferes (USA), Jessica Learmonth (GBR) and Georgia Taylor-Brown (GBR)- not racing this weekend in ITU World Triathlon Edmonton, the field is wide open for a a handful of athletes looking to make a strong statement at the end of the season, before the world leaders head to Tokyo for the Olympic Test Event and to Lausanne for the Grand Final. And USA’s Taylor Spivey looks determined to get in the Canadian city her first WTS victory of the season. Even with Katie focusing on a block of training and skipping...