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  • Applications open for 2022 Award of Excellence

    The World Triathlon Women’s Committee are pleased to announce that the application process for the 2022 Award of Excellence is now open. Over the last two years the award has been presented at the World Triathlon Congress in a virtual format, due to the pandemic, however this year’s Award of Excellence (AOE) presentation is planned to take place at the World Triathlon Congress in Abu Dhabi, UAE, in November. National Federations are encouraged to nominate an individual or an organisation that has made a significant and meaningful contribution to women’s involvement at all levels of the sport of triathlon and...

  • WTCS YOKOHAMA: 5IVE THINGS WE LEARNED

    The rain may have poured but it sure didn’t dampen the spirits as WTCS and WTPS Yokohama got the 2022 Series back underway. There were stories galore on and off the course and once again the entertainment came thick and fast on a busy Saturday of racing, so here are just a few of the takeaways, and don’t forget you can watch it all back as it happened over on TriathlonLIVE.tv.

    1. Emma Lombardi is one to watch in 2022

    We heard from her on the World Triathlon Podcast after winning the U23 world title in Edmonton, and...

  • Yee wins the Wilde battle in Yokohama

    The first men’s WTCS action of 2022 came down to two friends and two Olympic medallists, Alex Yee (GBR) and Hayden Wilde (NZL), on Saturday afternoon in Yokohama, back in the country they had their coming-of-age moments last year, both looking back to their very best form. The two ran away from the field and were shoulder-to-shoulder for the second half of a draining 10km run, but it was Yee how found an extra gear down the long blue carpet to the tape to land his second Series win, France’s Leo Bergere crossing in third to become...

  • Taylor Brown digs deep to earn first Yokohama win in style

    British Olympic medallist Georgia Taylor-Brown showed magnificent form to claim the first victory of the year at the 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Yokohama, a win that puts her for now on top of the Maurice Lacroix World Triathlon Rankings. Her powerful run was only contested by France’s Leonie Periault, who claimed the second place, while Olympic champion Flora Duffy had to battle hard to finish in third place.

    Over 40 women lined up in Yokohama to kick off the year of racing at the Championship Series, the official return to competition almost ‘like normal’ after two years...

  • Paralympic champions shine under the rain in WTPS Yokohama

    Over 50 Para triathletes from all over the world showed a display of grit and determination to complete the World Triathlon Para Series Yokohama under a heavy rain that showed Paralympic medallists like Susana Rodriguez (ESP), Alexis Hanquinquant (FRA), Grace Norman (USA), George Peasgood (GBR)  or Hideki Uda (JPN), are still in great form and ready for the next Paralympic cycle.

    PTWC
    Australian Nick Beveridge traveled to Yokohama with his first ever WTPS podium on sight and he did deliver. The Aussie had a perfect comeback to the World Triathlon circuit, crossing the finish line in...

  • Ibiza to host the World Triathlon Multisport Championships from 29 April to 7 May, 2023

    The beautiful island of Ibiza, in Spain, will host the World Triathlon Multisport Championships from 29 April to 7 May, 2023. Santa Eulalia will host the Aquathlon and Duathlon races, while San Antonio will be the perfect scenario for Cross Triathlon and Cross Duathlon. The capital of the island, Ibiza, will welcome the participants of the Long Distance Triathlon and Aquabike World Championships.

    The Mediterranean island, that already hosted the European version of the event in 2018, is ready to welcome triathletes from all over the world for 10 days of sport at it its best in 2023.

    “The Multisport World...

  • Focus on Education and Knowledge in March and April

    March and April included a series of Education and Knowledge Seminars for World Triathlon, Activator Community seminars as well as the 2022 Harare Africa Triathlon - World Triathlon Development Continental Camp and a wealth of development and education opportunities across the continents. World Triathlon Development has launched the ASICS World Triathlon Team project for 2022 including three World Cup events (Pontevedra, Valencia, Vina del Mar).

    Gqeberha World Triathlon Technical Officials Level 1 Seminar, 18-19 March, Course Facilitator: Retief Freysen (RSA).

    Copenhagen World Triathlon Technical Officials Level 1 Seminar, Course Facilitator, 26-27 March - Duncan Hough (GBR). The course was...