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  • ITU Level 2 Coaches Course in held in Croatian city of Pula
    Under the organisation of Zeljko Bijuk on behalf of the ETU, the ITU Level 2 Coaches Course returned for a third consecutive year to Pula in Croatia from 9-13 October. Delivered by Emma Brunning (GBR), Sergio Santos (POR) and Tony Jolly (GBR), the facilities available continue to improve greatly, including a swimming pool added last year in close proximity to the running track making it an excellent coastal venue. Female and male coaches attended from a variety of National Federations and backgrounds, including those who worked with young people, Age-Group and Elite athletes from countries including Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania,...
  • World Cup tour heads to Korea for the next race of the season
    Tongyeong, South Korea, is the next stop on the World Cup tour of 2019. The race destination showcases harbour views, where athletes will contest across a sprint distance race format this Saturday. The South Korean city has been fixed on the triathlon map since 2009. A striking field of 66 elite men and 62 elite women, stacked with talent and experience, will line up to race for World Cup success, valuable Olympic points and rankings. Elite men’s preview Belgium’s Jelle Geens will lead the men onto the start line for Saturday’s World Cup in Tongyeong. This will be the first World Cup...
  • Another golden day for Spain at the ANOC Beach Games Aquathlon Mixed Relay
    Spain added a third gold medal to their tally at the ANOC World Beach Games Mixed Relay event, with a fantastic last leg of the individual race winner Kevin Tarek Vinuelas, who crossed the finish line in first place to put his country on top of the medal table of the Games. Azerbaijan continued the excellent performance of the team in the individual races to grab the silver medal, while Team Hungary took the last step of the podium. Sixteen teams of two athletes -one male, one female- lined up for the debut of the Aquathlon Mixed Relays at the World...
  • Spain sweeps gold in the Aquathlon debut at the ANOC World Beach Games
    The day started early in the ANOC World Beach Games in Doha, with both Male and Female athletes competing in the debut of Aquathlon in the event, in what ended up being a golden sunrise for Spain, claiming both gold medals. The Men’s field was led by the current Aquathlon World Champion, Emmanuel Lejeune (BEL), who commanded the 30 men competing in the World Beach Games right from the first meters of the 2.5km run. Some other fast runners, like Rostislav Petsov (AZE), Mark Devay (HUN) or Kevin Tarek Vinuelas (ESP) quickly followed him and managed to open a small...
  • Aquathlon set to make its debut at the ANOC Doha World Beach Games
    Best Aquathletes of the world head now to Doha, Qatar, for the debut of the sport in the inaugural ANOC World Beach Games, set to take place in the pristine beach of Katara, on the northern shores of Doha. With a total of 60 athletes competing, the Elite individual races will take place on Monday, October 14th, early morning, with the 2x2 Mixed Relay taking place the following day. The athletes will compete on a 2.5km run, 700m swim and a final 2.5k run for the victory, while for the Mixed Relay event, each athlete will do a 1.25k run, 500m...
  • Upcoming Grand Final organisers meet in Lausanne for the Transfer of Knowledge programme
    ITU is proud to announce the successful completion of the first edition of the Transfer of Knowledge session for the organisers of the ITU Grand Final. During two days, more than 25 participants from the LOCs of Lausanne 2019, Edmonton 2020, Bermuda 2021 and Abu Dhabi 2022, as well as ITU staff, reviewed the operations and plans that were successfully implemented and delivered in the last edition of the event and also pointed up suggestions for future editions that should have been managed differently, to help future organisers to continue delivering an event that has become one of the most...
  • Triathlon development at ITU coaches course in Manizales
    With funding from from the development and assistance budget approved by the Olympic Solidary Commission, the International Triathlon Union held a Level 2 Coaches Course in Manizales, Colombia. The course was held from 25-29 September for 18 Colombian coaches, under the guidance of World Triathlon Facilitators Claudia Beristain (Mexico), Rodrigo Milazzo (Brazil) and Vicent Beltran (Spain). The course was held in Manizales, Colombia and it was a level 2 coaching course. The course was aimed to develop, implement, monitor and review a series of sessions and coaching programmes for triathlon club level, juniors and U23 triathletes. Spain’s Vicent Beltran recap...