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  • Napier welcomes strong women’s field to open the 2024 World Cup season

    A new World Triathlon Cup season begins with the 2024 World Triathlon Cup Napier, a coastal city of New Zealand’s North Island. While New Zealand is well known for staging triathlon races, this will be the inaugural World Triathlon Cup for Napier. The race schedule is stacked across Saturday 24th and Sunday 25 February.

    Saturday will host the 2024 Oceania Triathlon Junior Championships Napier and the 2024 World Triathlon Cup Napier with the world’s best athletes racing in an all-important Olympic qualification window for Paris 2024. Sunday will stage the Age-Group races, Oceania Junior Mixed Relay and the 2024...

  • Hayden Wilde ready to send it in World Cup season opener in New Zealand

    A new World Triathlon Cup season begins with the 2024 World Triathlon Cup Napier, a coastal city of New Zealand’s North Island. While New Zealand is well known for staging triathlon races, this will be the inaugural World Triathlon Cup for Napier. The race schedule is stacked across Saturday 24th and Sunday 25 February.

    Saturday will host the 2024 Oceania Triathlon Junior Championships Napier and the 2024 World Triathlon Cup Napier with the world’s best athletes racing in an all-important Olympic qualification window for Paris 2024. Sunday will stage the Age-Group races, Oceania Junior Mixed Relay and the 2024...

  • Previewing a packed 2024 World Cup calendar

    In a way, this weekend will represent both the start of something new and the beginning of the end. On the one hand, the first instalment of the 2024 World Cup circuit will take place yet, on the other, the final stages of the race to the Paris Olympic Games will begin.

    Once the World Cup action gets underway, then, expect a full-blooded season of action covering the road to Paris and beyond.

    24 February – NAPIER
    The World Cup season will get underway in Napier (NZL). Lying on the eastern coast of the North Island, it will appear for the...

  • The E World Triathlon Championships are heading to London on 13 April

    World Triathlon is pleased to announce that the Executive Board has approved the inclusion of the E World Triathlon Championships powered by Zwift in the 2024 calendar. Formerly known as Arena Games and delivered in partnership with supertri, the event will now take place over a single day of fast and furious hybrid racing at London Aquatics Centre on 13 April, with all the action shown live on TriathlonLive.tv.

    The 2024 edition of the E World Triathlon Championships will up the pressure for the pros even further, with 60 athletes competing in a dramatic one-day World Championship event. There will be no margin...

  • Winter Triathlon World Champions Mairhofer and Tungesvik prepare to defend titles in Pragelato

    Italy’s Sandra Mairhofer and Hans Christian Tungesvik of Norway will take to the World Triathlon Winter Championships Pragelato-Sestriere start lines, 100km west of Turin, on Saturday with their eyes firmly set on one prize – retaining their 2023 Winter Triathlon World titles.

    A stunning course awaits, beginning in the 2006 Winter Olympic Nordic skiing stadium from where the athletes head out along the Chisone River for two 2km run laps, each starting with a gentle climb. Transitioning to 2 x 3km undulating bike laps criss-crossing the river and the same distance on the skis, all three segments are...

  • The road ahead to Paris for Team World Triathlon

    As the eyes of the triathlon world turn towards the Paris Olympic Games this summer, so too does the attention of Team World Triathlon. Established with the objective of supporting athletes from developing National Federations to compete at the World Cup level and qualify for the Olympics, the current Team contains a handful of members that harbour strong aspirations of toeing the start line in Paris.

    Some spots almost secure
    Leading the way will almost certainly be WTCS medallist and World Cup winner, Jawad Abdelmoula (MAR). As things stand today, Abdelmoula is ranked 28th in the Olympic Qualification rankings and...

  • San Francisco added to the new T100 Tour

    The Professional Triathletes Organisation (PTO) and World Triathlon are pleased to announce that the California leg of its new T100 Triathlon World Tour will take place in San Francisco at the iconic Escape from Alcatraz Triathlon on 8-9 June, in a partnership with IMG.

    Known as the San Francisco T100, the 100km race (2km swim, 80km bike, 18km run) will be set in the stunning San Francisco Bay area and feature the world’s top 20 female and top 20 male professionals, who will start in time-honored fashion by plunging into the icy water adjacent to Alcatraz Island.

    “Escape From Alcatraz is...