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  • National Federations invited to first-ever international Para Triathlon Conference

    This August, the best para triathletes will travel to the city Swansea (Wales, UK), for the first edition of the 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea, an event that will host the first-ever International Para Triathlon Conference, aiming to bring experts in the field from all over the world to discuss research findings and new approaches on the enhancement of high performance and development of para triathlon. 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea will see Paralympic, World and European champions descend on Swansea for the next three years representing the pinnacle of para triathlon competition. The elites will be...

  • AG Sprint and Relay World Championships gather nearly 2,000 athletes from 22 nations in Montreal

    Age-Group racing for the world’s triathletes returned to the blue carpet in grand style and scale for the 2022 Sprint and – for the first time in history – Mixed Relay World Championships Montreal on 25-26 June.

    Hot on the heels of the Multisport World Championships Targu Mures, Montreal had the first sprint-distance triathlon world titles on the line since all the way back at Lausanne 2019, and the anticipation was ramping up in the week up to the event.

    The biggest delegations of athletes came from Mexico, USA, Great Britain, Australia and, of course, the hosts Canada, with...

  • France deliver another sizzling Mixed Relay World Championship title in Montreal

    Team France once again lived up to their billing as triathlon’s Mixed Relay masters with another sizzling world title win, this time landing the prize on the streets of Montreal.

    The races came at the end of an intense few days of action for many of the athletes off the back of the individual WTCS Montreal elimination, but the French team brought in fresh legs in the form of Emma Lombardi and the U23 world champion played a big role in the win, along with Pierre Le Corre and Vincent Luis setting up Cassandre Beaugrand to...

  • Team France produce golden display in Junior & U23 Mixed Relay World Championships

    The penultimate race of Sunday’s Sprint and Mixed Relay World Championships produced the familiar sight of a strong French team performance to deliver the Jr-U23 Mixed Relay gold in Montreal. It had been a two-team duel for much of the race as Great Britain shared the lead until Paul Georgenthum’s decisive break, Germany winning bronze.

    Valentin Morlec took the opening leg for France and his battle with Great Britain’s Hamish Reilly set the tone for the race to come, the two pulling clear of Switzerland’s Ben Fah, Filip Mainville for Canada, Belgium’s Raf De Dobbelaere...

  • First ever Age-Group Mixed Relay Championships off to flying start in Montreal

    The Age Group racing at the 2022 World Triathlon Sprint and Relay Championships Montreal concluded on Sunday with the first ever Mixed Team Relay across all age categories, and the sense of nervous excitement and enjoyment of a brand new format was palpable.

    Four age categories for the over 50s got things underway with the teams starting with men out first, tagging their female teammate, then male, and the final woman taking the squad home. The course consisted of a one-lap, 300m swim, followed by a one-lap, 5km bike and wrapping up with a one-lap, 1.6km run, and the athletes...

  • First direct spots for Paris 2024 up for grabs at Mixed Relay World Championships Montreal

    The third and final day of a huge weekend of racing at the 2022 World Triathlon Championship Series Montreal sees the Mixed Team Relays take to the course, with World titles for Elite, Jr-U23 and Age-Group on the line, as well as Olympic qualification slots for two men and two women for the elite world champions.

    With so much on the line and so much racing already put in for many, several teams have brought in fresh legs, while many of the young stars who made names for themselves in Friday’s Junior World Championships will be getting their first taste...

  • Yee summons almighty drive to the line to earn a gutsy gold at WTCS Montreal

    The qualifiers had been switched to duathlon because of heavy rain, the heat had been ramping up for two days, and the action never stopped for a rollercoaster of a men’s WTCS Montreal elimination event on Saturday afternoon as the crowds lined the Grand Quai for the final action of the day.

    After two races had whittled the field down to a final 10 starters, it was to be Alex Yee who managed to peak at just the right time, pulling clear from Hayden Wilde as the blue carpet came into view to punch the tape, the...