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  • Julie Derron earns first-ever World Cup title in China
    A field of 34 elite women lined up along Halfmoon Bay to tackle the 2019 Weihai ITU World Cup, over a standard distance race format. The course started with two laps in the waters of the bay, followed by a six-lap ride that includes an energy-zapping 2km climb, rounding off with four loops of a fast and flat 2.5km run along the coast. The elite women’s race commenced at 11.15am local time and conditions were remarkable with a water temperature reading of 23.9 degrees Celcius and the air temperature sitting at 25.9 degrees Celcius. As the athletes took to the stage, Lotte...
  • World Cup victory for Joao Silva in Weihai
    A field of 49 elite men lined up along the coastline of Halfmoon Bay, in the north-eastern corner of Weihai, China, to compete for World Cup glory. Conditions were near perfect for race day, with the water temperature officially recorded at a comfortable 23.1 degrees Celcius and the air temperature a balmy 27 degrees. Hungary’s Mark Devay established the early lead in the first 750m of the two-lap swim course, with top-seeded male Jonas Schomburg from Germany and Max Stapley (ITU) closely in tow. After the second lap of the swim Israel’s Shachar Sagiv was the quickest man into the first...
  • Athlete expectations ahead of the World Cup in Weihai
    2019 Weihai ITU World Cup will be staged on Saturday, 21 September. Athletes will race across a challenging standard-distance course that begins with two laps in the waters of Halfmoon Bay, followed by a six-lap ride that includes an energy-sapping 2km climb, rounding off with four loops of a fast and flat 2.5km run along the coast. Jonas Schomburg (GER) “I am really happy to be here and racing tomorrow for my second time here. I know the course from last year and really enjoy it and that is why I have returned. It has been a long season but a...
  • International triathlon tour returns to Asia for the Weihai World Cup
    The city of Weihai, in the north-eastern corner of China, will set the scene for the 13th stop of the 2019 World Cup tour this weekend. The elite men’s and women’s fields include a mix of Olympians, experienced triathletes, Olympic hopefuls and emerging talent. Athletes will race across a challenging standard-distance course that begins with two laps in the waters of Halfmoon Bay, followed by a six-lap ride that includes an energy-sapping 2km climb, rounding off with four loops of a fast and flat 2.5km run along the coast. Elite men’s race preview Germany’s Jonas Schomburg heads up the elite men’s...
  • Check out the ITU 2020 Calendar
    Get a ready for another season full of action! DOn’t look any further for the ITU 2020 season calendar, one that will see the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games, along with 7 World Triathlon Series to crown the world champions at the Edmonton Grand Final and 15 World Cups. “I am absolutely thrilled with the new calendar, it’s a perfect mix between new additions to our portfolio of events, classic races across the world and a lot of paratriathlon races to give all our athletes opportunities to continue their path to the Olympic and Paralympic Games next year”, said ITU...
  • New TO’s Certification System to train the next generation of ITU Officials
    ITU is pleased to announce the new ITU Technical Official Certification System, following the success of the previous one that has been in place since 2009 and will be applied until December 2020. Our Technical Officials are indeed a reference across the sports organizations, but ITU’s goal is always to keep improving and try not only to attract new Officials, but also to give them the best opportunities and education that we can. “We are extremely proud of our Technical Officials, they are one of the most valuable assets of ITU, and their passion and commitment to the sport are truly...
  • Asiago will repeat as host of the 2020 ITU Winter Triathlon World Championships
    ITU is pleased to announce that the 2020 Winter Triathlon World Championships will take place for the second consecutive year in the Italian town of Asiago, in the heart of the Alps, from the 7th until the 9th of February. With an average altitude of 1500 meters, the snow arrives abundantly every winter and the organisers have chosen the perfect location for the race to be held and also for those athletes who arrive early, to train along the running, biking and cross‐country skill trails, all the while enjoying the view, smells and sounds of the magnificent forests that surround them. “I...