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  • World Triathlon resumes the Mentorship Programme

    World Triathlon Development, together with the Women’s Committee, is delighted to announce the launch of a re-envisaged World Triathlon Mentor Programme to be delivered virtually, with the goal to increase and sustain the number of women and people with disability in leadership roles in coaching, technical officiating and governance in the sport.

    “This is one of the projects that I am more proud of and I can be happier of re-launching the Mentorship Programme, especially now that we are making it even more accessible for everyone”, said World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “Our goal has always been to...

  • World Triathlon moves Montreal WTS and WPS to October 3-4

    The World Triathlon Executive Board has approved the new date for the 2020 Montreal event, that will now be hosted, if all conditions are met as of the end of July, on the weekend of October 3-4. The event will include the Montreal World Paratriathlon Series as well, on the same weekend.

    Montreal WTS was originally planned to take place on June 28, but the organisers decided to postpone the event due to the COVID-19 outbreak. With the conditions improving in most of the countries, the Montreal organizing Committee and World Triathlon are looking forward to welcoming all...

  • Avignon ‘89 World Champion Erin Baker guest stars on latest World Triathlon podcast

    For this week’s World Triathlon podcast, we take a trip back to the early days of the sport, from New Zealand and Australia across to Nice and Hawaii via the first ever ITU World Championships in Avignon 30 years ago. Going into that race as favourite was Erin Baker, a New Zealander who, as the outspoken, principled and fiercely focused embodiment of triathlon’s early years, had already become one of the stars of the sport.

    But as well as the fanfare surrounding the Avignon event, there was the pressure.

    “It was pretty huge in many ways,” says Baker, “not just...

  • World Triathlon Olympic Day Roundtable with Olympic Legends

    “The Olympic Day is always something we all look forward to in our calendars, and this year it will be even more special than ever. This will be the year of celebrating the power of sport, how sport in general, and triathlon in particular, can help us overcome difficult times no matter where we live and who we are, and how we can help the society to come out of this pandemic stronger and more united than ever”, said World Triathlon President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “I welcome everyone to join us to celebrate the Olympic Day, remembering our...

  • PTWC World Champion Lauren Parker on staying positive… and fiercely competitive

    Australia’s Lauren Parker has achieved more in her 31 years than most people manage in a lifetime. She has also endured considerably more pain. From a promising young swimmer with Olympic-sized dreams she moved on to the ITU circuit, 70.3 and Kona before the 2017 training accident that brought it all to such a sudden and dramatic halt. Along with training partner Brad Fernley, sport, she admits, saved her life.

    By never allowing her competitive edge to blunt, Lauren Parker is finally number one as the 2019 PTWC World Champion and busy setting herself new challenges. In true style,...

  • Outbreak Prevention Taskforce launches online risk assessment tool for endurance event organisers

    The Outbreak Prevention Taskforce formed by World Athletics with the International Institute for Race Medicine (IIRM), and including the medical chairs from five other global sports federations including World Triathlon, has today launched an online risk assessment and mitigation tool for endurance event organisers.

    Representatives from the International Cycling Union, World Triathlon, International Ski Federation, World Rowing, the International Paralympic Committee, and the World Health Organisation (WHO) expert group on mass gatherings, joined the taskforce. The WHO and the International Olympic Committee attended as observers, while an advisory group including event organisers and stakeholders from a range of other endurance...

  • World Triathlon, In The Top Ten International Federations With Better Governance Practices

    The Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) has published the findings of the third governance review of its member federations, with World Triathlon reaching the top ten International Federations with better governance practices.

    The classification is led by the Badminton World Federation, the International Equestrian Federation, FIFA, the International Tennis Federation, the International Cycling Union and World Rugby, all of them in the group A1.

    Behind them, leading the list of the Ifs in the A2 group is FIBA, followed by FIA, ITTF and World Triathlon. Closing the list in this group are World Athletics, World Sailing...