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  • Get ready for the Townsville World Triathlon Multisport Championships

    The 2024 World Triathlon Multisport Championships will be arriving in Townsville, Australia, next month. Spanning 15th to 25th August, the event promises a feast of multisport action across disciplines ranging from aquathlon to cross triathlon to duathlon. Further sports such as aquabike, cross duathlon and long distance triathlon will also be on offer.

    The World Multisport Championships will look to build on the success of the 2023 edition in Ibiza. This summer, Townsville has attracted over 2800 age-group entries from 28 countries. In addition, there will be a full complement of Para events as well as several high profile elite...

  • History awaits in French capital: Paris 2024 Olympic Triathlon Women’s Preview

    At 8am on Wednesday 31 July, 55 women will line up in Paris for only the seventh women’s individual triathlon in the history of the Games, ready to put years of hard work and training into the chase for the biggest prize in sport: Olympic gold. 

    Among them, the defending champion and the only Bermudian ever to win an Olympic gold: Flora Duffy. Starting a record-equalling 5th Games, both she and Britain’s Tokyo silver medallist Georgia Taylor-Brown have had their preparations hampered by injuries but returned to something approaching their best. And with their abilities, that could be enough.

    Standing in...

  • The Showdown Arrives: Men’s Paris 2024 Olympic Triathlon Preview

    If the Tokyo 2020 medal hunt looked wide open three years ago, then the Paris 2024 chase for glory surely goes even further in the unpredictability stakes.

    All three medallists from that incredible finish in Odaiba Bay return; Kristian Blummenfelt, Alex Yee and Hayden Wilde. Two subsequent World Champions are present and correct; Leo Bergere and Dorian Coninx. Add to those huge favourites Australia’s current top two in the Series, Luke Willian and Matthew Hauser, May’s WTCS Yokohama winner Morgan Pearson (USA), plus no fewer than 12 past WTCS medallists, and this is a race that is far too close...

  • How WTCS Hamburg shook up the 2024 World Triathlon Championship Series rankings

    After three races in the 2024 World Triathlon Championship Series, we are now turning into the (lengthy) home stretch. Only WTCS Weihai remains before the Series Final takes place in Torremolinos, although athletes can still record scores at the Paris Olympic Games and at their Continental Championships. With races running out, though, the effects of Hamburg could set the tone in the hunt for the world title.

    In addition, there was a wrinkle to the action. Being a sprint distance event, a win in Hamburg was only worth 750 points. This contrasts the 1000 points on offer in Yokohama and...

  • Team Germany defends Mixed Relay world title to deliver Olympic warning shot to rivals

    It was to be back-to-back world titles for Team Germany on Sunday afternoon in Hamburg, as Annika Koch brought home the gold once more after fine work from Henry Graf, Lisa Tertsch and Lasse Luhrs set up another grandstand finish in the home of German triathlon.

    Once the GB challenge faded out of the final transition, it was once again between the hosts, Switzerland and New Zealand for the medals just as it had been in 2024. Koch proved untouchable once she had headed out on course for the first of two laps, and Cathia...

  • Five things we took away from WTCS Hamburg

    Hamburg never disappoints and yesterday was no different. On the 23rd occasion the city hosted a top-level World Triathlon event, the event was a blur of speed and action. Indeed, a case could be made that it was faster than anything we have seen before.

    As warning shots go, the victories of Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA) and Matthew Hauser (AUS) may have set alarms ringing for their rivals in the final run-in to the Paris Olympics. Beyond the victors, though, there was plenty to digest from the racing. Read on to find out five things we took away from...

  • Peerless Cassandre Beaugrand makes it two from two to hit Paris as favourite

    French star Cassandre Beaugrand was once again the woman to light up the World Triathlon Championship Series Hamburg, a supreme run display over the final 5km more than enough to take the tape with over ten seconds’ advantage from Lisa Tertsch, the German edging a thriller of a finish with Britain’s Beth Potter.

    The bike had come together and Beaugrand had work to do out of transition, but quickly settled into an untouchable rhythm that left Potter, Tertsch, Jeanne Lehair (LUX) and Series leader Emma Lombardi (FRA) battling it out for the remaining two medals.

    “It was good...