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  • Giuseppe Lamastra ready to conquer the Winter Triathlon World Championships
    As Triathlon continues to grow around the world, the boundaries and limitations of the sport only being a concept of swimming, biking and running are being destroyed. In parts of the world when Winter approaches and snow covers the ground, while some Triathletes head indoors to train in covered swimming pools, stationary bikes and indoor running tracks, there is a widely growing culture of Triathletes that are embracing the snowy conditions to adapt Triathlon to their elements. Winter Triathlon was created for just that kind and thus expands the idea that Triathlon is only a summer sport. Instead, the sport...
  • Best of 2018: Rising Star
    With the new year now in full swing and anticipation for the 2019 Triathlon season building, it is time to take another look back at the 2018 season and honour the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year such a classic. We always like to showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals that made us all fall in love with swimming, biking and running even more than we already did, and the next category is…. rising star. Men’s Rising Star: Tayler Reid (NZL) - U23 World Champion Tayler Reid proved that he can...
  • Best of 2018: Rapid Runs
    With the new year now in full swing, anticipation for the 2019 Triathlon season is building rapidly. Before we dive too deep into what the year might hold and all the action that is expected to unfold, however, it is time to take a look back at the 2018 season and honour all of the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year such a classic. It is that time of the year when we showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals that made us all fall in love with swimming,...
  • Only 100 days to go to Pontevedra 2019!
    On April 27, the city of Pontevedra (Spain) will welcome the third edition of the Multisport World Championships, with Ravachol, the funny parrot that will be the mascot, getting ready to show the hometown of Javier Gomez Noya to thousands of triathletes from around the world. And with registration already open for all races, the organising committee has just released a total of thirteen infographics with all the relevant information needed for insights and viewing of each race. The idea behind the graphics is to provide athletes from all corners of the world with the most accurate description of what they...
  • Best of 2018: Bike Breakaway
    While the new year is in full effect, the anticipation for the upcoming 2019 Triathlon season is rapidly approaching! However, before we dive too deep into the year and we start gearing up for all of the action that is expected to unfold, we want to take a look back into the 2018 season and honour all of the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year so epically thrilling! We present the Best of 2018, the time of the year where we showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals that...
  • Best of 2018: Best Swimmer
    With the new year now in full swing, anticipation for the 2019 Triathlon season is building rapidly. Before we dive too deep into what the year might hold and all the action that is expected to unfold, however, it is time to take a look back at the 2018 season and honour all of the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year such a classic. It is that time of the year when we showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals that made us all fall in love with swimming,...
  • Former World Champion Helen Jenkins awarded MBE
    

January’s New Year’s Honours list saw Great Britain’s Helen Jenkins receive an MBE ‘for services to triathlon’. The two-time Olympian and former World Champion has enjoyed a sparkling career despite repeated battles with injury, and the good news came as she recovers from her latest back surgery. 

“It was a shock when I opened the letter but a lovely surprise. It is not something I expected to get,” said Jenkins. “You’re not meant to tell anyone until it is announced on 28th of December. I found out at the end of November and did tell my Grandad as he was...