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  • World Triathlon announces dates for Valencia WC and 100,000 USD bonus pool

    The Executive Board of World Triathlon has approved the new dates for the 2020 Valencia World Cup, that will take place in the iconic Spanish coastal city on November 7-8. The race, that will put an end to the 2020 World Cup season, was due to take place originally in May but was postponed when the COVID 19 pandemic started to hit the world. 

    World Triathlon’s Executive Board also approved to allocate 100,000 USD for the Bonus Pool Prize Money for the 2020 World Triathlon Ranking, which will be distribute after the last scoring event in 2020. The Ranking is...

  • Duffy back to her very best to land Karlovy Vary gold

    Sunday afternoon in Karlovy Vary saw Bermuda’s Flora Duffy back on an Olympic-distance course for the first time since the Lausanne Grand Final, and putting in a performance to prove beyond any doubt that her injury troubles were finally behind her.

    Duffy took the tape for the first time in a World Triathlon race in two-and-a-half years, the 90-second margin of victory over newly crowned World Champion Georgia Taylor-Brown highlighting the dominance of her display on a demanding course. The Netherlands’ Maya Kingma‘s joy was evident for all to see as she rounded off a storming run to...

  • Outstanding Luis powers to Karlovy Vary World Cup gold

    If his first performance back on the blue carpet in Hamburg last weekend was an impressively assured display, the manner of 2020 World Champion Vincent Luis’ win in Karlovy Vary on Sunday morning was an even stronger statement of intent for his Tokyo Olympic credentials.

    This time over the standard distance and on a hugely demanding course, Luis’ gold really never looked in doubt from the moment he powered out of the first transition in front. Behind him at the line, Portugal’s exciting 20-year-old talent Vasco Vilaça again impressed to take silver in only his third outing on this...

  • World Champions to tackle iconic Karlovy Vary World Cup

    The pause button may have been hit on the 2020 season back in March but this Sunday, with new health and safety protocols in place before, during and after the event, World Cup racing returns, and it is on one of the great courses of the regular calendar that the biggest names in the sport will compete.

    The spa town of Karlovy Vary in the Bohemia region of Czech Republic represents a tough standard-distance challenge. A technical 1.5km swim in Rolava Lake then a two-part bike, from there into the town centre and 7 x 6.5km testing laps over cobbles, tarmac,...

  • Vincent Luis heroic in Hamburg to become 2020 World Champion

    The field was deep with talent and experience and the race always looked like being hugely unpredictable given the past 6 months, but it was to be France’s Vincent Luis who delivered a composed sprint-distance performance and a brilliant second consecutive world title at the 2020 Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon. After an excellent swim had helped put him in a front bike pack that included Alistair Brownlee and another Frenchman Dorian Coninx, it was on the run that the 2019 champion was able to pull away with only teammate Leo Bergere and Portuguese Vasco Vilaça...

  • Flying French power to third straight Mixed Relay World Championship

    Sunday afternoon in Hamburg saw 19 teams take to the start line for the 2020 Mixed Relay World Championships, and though they may not have had the previous day’s World Champion Vincent Luis in his customary anchor leg, Dorian Coninx clearly enjoyed stepping up to bring home the gold after Leonie Periault, Leo Bergere and Cassandre Beaugrand had played their parts in another famous French win.

    “Last year I had a crazy sprint finish with Alex Yee and I wanted to avoid that as best I could. We always give it our all, four athletes...

  • Untouchable Taylor-Brown holds on for first world title in Hamburg

    There may not have been any spectators course-side, but there was no shortage of excitement in the women’s race of the 2020 Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon as Georgia Taylor-Brown powered to the line and a superb first world title. The Brit held off Bermuda’s Flora Duffy who took silver, Germany’s Laura Lindemann with bronze.

    “I wasn’t confident at all”, said the new World Champion. “I did Super League Arena Games a couple of weeks ago and got some serious lung burn there. I was wondering how it was going to go, I didn’t really expect much from...