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  • Women-only triathlons in the spotlight during Award of Excellence nominations
    Nominations are still open for the 2019 ITU Award of Excellence, the annual Women’s Committee celebration of the contributions made by and towards women at all levels of the sport by members of the triathlon family. Whether opening up pathways to newcomers or Elites, coaching or educating, raising awareness of gender issues or by being an exemplary role model for female athletes, the award is part of ITU’s continued efforts to bring more women to the sport.  One element that has become increasingly popular within triathlon is that of women-only triathlons, in which organisers create environments for women of all ages...
  • Alistair Brownlee and Sophie Coldwell make it a day to remember for GB in Cagliari
    Two-time Olympic and World Champion Alistair Brownlee and compatriot Sophie Coldwell delivered two incredible performances in Cagliari to take the gold medals back to Great Britain. It was a first race over the sprint distance since 2015 for Brownlee, who was able to summon a final drop of power to out-sprint Justus Nieschlag (GER) to the tape, USA’s Kevin McDowell third. In contrast, Coldwell had already done the hard work as she crossed the line ten seconds ahead of another exciting German talent, Nina Eim, who edged Valerie Barthelemy (BEL) into third. 
 “I am delighted with that,” said Brownlee afterwards....
  • Allysa Seely’s sixth straight success
    The USA’s Allysa Seely secured her sixth consecutive World Paratriathlon Series win with another impressive victory in the women’s PTS2 in Yokohama on Saturday. The reigning world champion crossed the line in 1:19:38, using her signature run speed to finish nearly a minute ahead of Great Britain’s Fran Brown. Finland’s Liisa Lilja completed the podium, repeating her bronze medal performance from last month’s opening series event in Milan, Italy. Seely was one of three US gold medallists in Yokohama with Grace Norman and Kelly Elmlinger both securing victories in their respective classes. Norman was victorious in a thrilling battle with Great...
  • First ever Yokohama victory for Vincent Luis
    With an incredible run over the 10k, Vincent Luis claimed his first ever victory in WTS Yokohama to make a serious statement over his intentions of fighting for the Series trophy. The French had an impressive performance to beat almost over the finish line South African Henri Schoeman and young Hungarian hope Bence Bicsak. 50 men lined up this Sunday in Yokohama in the third stop of the World Triathlon Series, with Luis, Schoeman and Marten Van Riel (BEL) dominating the tough swim from the first strokes. They didn’t have the chance of breaking a large gap tho, and behind...
  • Zaferes leads a USA podium sweep in WTS Yokohama
    With a dominant performance, American Katie Zaferes claims a hat trick in the 2019 World Triathlon Yokohama, with teammates Summer Rappaport and Taylor Spivey accompanying her in the podium in the fourth podium sweep for USA in the history of WTS. On a beautiful morning in Yokohama, the race started to unfold right when the elite women were taking their positions in the pontoon, with Katie Zaferes, wearing the golden number 1 swim cap, going to the left and the Brits and the other Americans heading to the right side. By when the triathletes made it to the first buoy...
  • Athletes’ chatter ahead of WTS Yokohama
    For the third stop of the 2019 World Triathlon Series the elite triathletes head to Japan once again to return to the familiar event of the ITU World Triathlon Yokohama. In the race 10th anniversary, the event marks the start of the second period of the Olympic qualification for Tokyo 2020, and 50 men and 42 women will toe the line with a start list stacked with legends of the sport and all the upcoming rising stars. Here is what Katie Zaferes, Vincent Luis, Yuko Takahashi and Takumi Hojo had to say, accompanied in the press conference by paratriathletes Geert...
  • Wakako Tsuchida preps for Yokohama challenge
    Japan’s seven-time Paralympian Wakako Tsuchida is ready see how she stacks up against the best when she competes on home course at the World Paratriathlon Series in Yokohama on Saturday. The Series is the second of the season, and Tsuchida’s category, the women’s PTWC, includes World Championship medallists. “That experience motivated me to overcome my own weakness little by little. I am looking forward to competing in Yokohama with strong athletes,” Tsuchida said. “It will be my first race of this season so I would like to see how I can perform, and I will try my best to make all...