Triathlon Australia in conjunction with the Australian Commonwealth Games Association has today announced an exciting 22-strong squad to prepare for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. →
TriEqual.com, a new web site dedicated to fairness, development and equality in the sport of triathlon, goes live today, March 27, announced the founders of the growing #50WomentoKona movement. →
Great Britain’s Liz Blatchford and American Mary Beth Ellis are two of the world’s best long distance athletes on the circuit and will headline a deep women’s field at Challenge Bateman’s Bay this weekend. →
Ironman Melbourne is the marquee race on the Australia long course calendar. With a regional title and stack of KPR points on offer this big city race has been a popular destination for many athletes and pros since it’s inception. Here are the takeaways from this event. →
More cuts to prize money has left the future of non drafting racing in the US at a cross roads. The lack of money attracting the big fields are dwindling. Brad Culp explores this. →
With the recent spate of news reports about integrity failures in other sports, it is important that we renew our commitment to protecting the integrity of triathlon in Australia. This is a two way partnership between Triathlon Australia as the governing body of the sport, and you as a member of the triathlon community in Australia.
Round one of the amazingly lucrative ‘Triple Crown’ series rolled around and similar to Bahrain I was really soaking up the incredible hospitality on offer. The hardest part of my racing expeditions to the Middle East so far is not stacking on 10kgs at the hotel buffet. Pre-race, I had a perpetual smile on my face with the feeling I had already won a pretty sweet deal enjoying the fine delights of Dubai. →