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  • World Cup racing moves to Antwerp for stop number nine of the season
    Having marked its return to hosting Elite international racing last year, Antwerp welcomes another stellar line up of athletes to Belgium this weekend for Sunday’s men’s and women’s sprint-distance races. The city-centre course begins and ends on the edge of the Willemdock, a flat, fast and occasionally cobbled surface with just two major hairpins for the cyclists to negotiate, as they look to position themselves well for the final 5km run and, ultimately, a shot at that prestigious World Cup podium. Once again, you can watch all the action as it happens on TriathlonLIVE.tv as ITU continues to bring more...
  • Alexandre Paviza and Antoine Perel star at home in Besancon PWC
    Alexandre Paviza and Antoine Perel were among nine French medallists at their home Paratriathlon World Cup in Besancon, France, the second ITU World Cup event of 2019. Paviza was victorious in the men’s PTWC, finishing 32 seconds ahead of compatriot Ahmed Andaloussi in a French one-two. After pulling away on the bike, Paviza’s advantage was cut by Andaloussi during the 5km run, but Paviza held off his compatriot to secure the victory. Germany’s Benjamin Lenatz completed the podium in a time of 1:12:53. Perel ensured it was double delight for the host country, crossing the line a minute ahead of Italy’s Federico...
  • GB takes the glory on home soil in the Nottingham Mixed Relay
    The persistent rain in Nottingham didn’t prevent the home nation, Great Britain, from returning to the top of the Mixed Relay podium after a dominant performance in the Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham. With the event transformed in a duathlon format due to the conditions of the River Trent, Team Switzerland earned silver and Team France claimed bronze. And after a morning in which the clouds and the rain stayed away from the venue on Victoria Embarkment, it was just just a few minutes before the start of the race when the rain showed up again, making the day even...
  • Matt Hauser seals World Cup gold with almighty chase effort in Nur-Sultan
    Australia’s Matt Hauser pulled out another brilliant 2019 World Cup winning performance on Saturday afternoon with victory in Nur-Sultan following gold in Chengdu in May. Switched to a duathlon format on the morning of the race due to water quality concerns in the Kazakh capital, the action boiled down to three world-class runners and training partners, Hauser passing a brave Wian Sullwald (RSA) to take the tape, Matt McElroy of the USA coming home in third. “I really wanted to prove myself on this distance and show that I had that 10k leg speed so I was really happy with that,”...
  • Ai Ueda strides to another brilliant World Cup gold in Nur-Sultan
    Japan’s Ai Ueda showed she is back with a bang after her bike accident in Abu Dhabi, laying down a scintillating run display on Saturday morning to win gold in the Nur-Sultan World Cup. The race format had to be changed to a duathlon due to water quality issues, and it was Ueda who summoned all her experience to adapt and thrive among a strong field, finishing ahead of Ireland’s Carolyn Hayes and Great Britain’s Kate Waugh. “That last 10km I just pushed on hard,” said a delighted Ueda afterwards. “Now I am looking forward to the Asian Championships and...
  • Nur-Sultan World Cup format alteration
    A lack of adequate water quality results in Nur-Sultan has forced us to make changes to the Nur-Sultan World Cup on 15 June. We do not wish to put the health of our athletes in any risk. The safety of our athletes is of paramount importance and this decision has not been taken lightly. The lack of a latest water quality result along with observations in the body of water led to the ITU cancelling the swim leg. All participating athletes have been informed and were informed of this possibility during the briefing. The race will now consist of a...
  • Another magnificent month of action lies ahead on TriathlonLIVE.tv
    The world’s most comprehensive multisports platform, TriathlonLIVE.tv embarks on another month of top-drawer action this weekend that is sure to beat any box-set for pure unpredictable racing from around the globe. Next up on Saturday is the Nur-Sultan World Cup. It will be in the Kazakh capital formerly known as Astana that Matthew McElroy looks to maintain his WTS Leeds levels of brilliance having delivered a blistering run to secure silver in the North of England. In the women’s race, Austria’s Lisa Perterer leads the line, with live coverage from 9am. The Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham then picks up the...