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  • 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...

  • Opportunity knocks for Sunday’s World Triathlon Mixed Relay Championships

    After a scintillating Saturday of WTCS Hamburg action, the course now shrinks and the teams become close to finalised for Sunday afternoon’s 2024 Mixed Relay World Championships.

    ‘Close’ to final in as much as the deadline is still to come for submitting the final compositions of the 19 teams competing, set at two hours before the 3pm start horn. And with the Olympic Games around the corner, Sunday’s line ups are set to see opportunities for the likes of Team Italy and Team Switzerland to prepare the squad for the big stage in Paris, and for USA and Germany to...

  • Australia’s Matt Hauser delivers huge WTCS Hamburg gold to set up Olympic charge

    Australia’s Matthew Hauser triumphed in an ultra-fast WTCS Hamburg on Saturday afternoon, coming out on top from a fiery race that sets the tone both for a huge Paris 2024 ahead and a serious World Championship challenge come October’s Championship FInals.

    It was an incredible 50m03s total time over a tweaked version of this famous sprint-distance course, and the pace was on from the outset as the Australian carved through the water with Vincent Luis and Mark Devay.

    Onto the bike, it was Vasco Vilaça having to work hard to catch the lead group around the halfway...

  • Lombardi leads the line for vital World Triathlon Championship Series Hamburg

    On Saturday 13 July, the women’s 2024 World Triathlon Championship Series Hamburg will see not just the leading lights of this year’s world championship title charge going shoulder to shoulder for the third time, but several of the names on everyone’s lips for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games gold hitting the blue carpet.

    For the 23rd consecutive year the streets of Hamburg will be in thrall to the speed and sights and sounds of world-class triathlon racing, and with defending champion here Cassandre Beaugrand back to her best in Cagliari and Beth Potter looking to continue her pitch-perfect...

  • Willian wears the one as world title race and Olympic form chase heads to Hamburg

    From launching genuine world championship title bids to sharpening the skills that could help snare an Olympic gold at the end of the month, Saturday’s 2024 World Triathlon Championship Series Hamburg is set to be another Hanseatic classic.

    This will be the 23rd consecutive year that Hamburg has hosted top-tier triathlon on its streets, a remarkable sequence that speaks not just to the popularity of the race among athletes and fans, but the unerring commitment of the city to this great sport and its part in the development of great German athletes consistently hitting the podium here.

    Once again it...

  • DARE TO DREAM – the story so far

    Wednesday 10 July will see the release of the fourth episode of DARE TO DREAM, World Triathlon’s first in-house documentary charting the Olympic journeys of 14 of the contenders for the individual Olympic medals on 30-31 July.

    The fourth chapter of the series forms the first of three revealing, back-to-back episodes in which the athletes go deep on each of the disciplines, with Wednesday’s Inside The Swim followed by Inside The Bike on Sunday on 14 July and Inside the Run on 17 July. The final two episodes, on 21 and 24 July, will reveal the passion and determination...

  • Who will be racing at WTCS Hamburg?

    As the 2024 WTCS arrives at the Hamburg stop, we find ourselves at the midpoint of the season. With two races down, the leaderboard is starting to take shape but plenty could change from here. By way of reminder, the athletes will carry their three best results from races in the Series, Olympic Games and Continental Championships into the WTCS Final in Torremolinos-Andalucia in October.

    In light of the cancellation of WTCS Abu Dhabi, Hamburg will be the only sprint distance event of the 2024 Series. However it comes with a catch. Being less than three weeks out from the...