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International Triathlon Union - News Feed

  • Best of 2018: Bike Breakaway
    hile the new year is in full effect, the anticipation for the upcoming 2019 Triathlon season is rapidly approaching! However, before we dive too deep into the year and we start gearing up for all of the action that is expected to unfold, we want to take a look back into the 2018 season and honour all of the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year so epically thrilling! We present the Best of 2018, the time of the year where we showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals that...
  • Best of 2018: Best Swimmer
    While the new year is in full effect, the anticipation for the upcoming 2019 Triathlon season is rapidly approaching! However, before we dive too deep into the year and we start gearing up for all of the action that is expected to unfold, we want to take a look back into the 2018 season and honour all of the impressive accomplishments, stats, moments and performances that made the year so epically thrilling! We present the Best of 2018, the time of the year where we showcase the noteworthy, the remarkable, the powerful, the inspirational and the just down-right outstanding individuals...
  • Former World Champion Helen Jenkins awarded MBE
    

January’s New Year’s Honours list saw Great Britain’s Helen Jenkins receive an MBE ‘for services to triathlon’. The two-time Olympian and former World Champion has enjoyed a sparkling career despite repeated battles with injury, and the good news came as she recovers from her latest back surgery. 

“It was a shock when I opened the letter but a lovely surprise. It is not something I expected to get,” said Jenkins. “You’re not meant to tell anyone until it is announced on 28th of December. I found out at the end of November and did tell my Grandad as he was...
  • ITU announces the Technical Delegates for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics
    The International Triathlon Union is proud to announce that the Executive Board has named Melody Tan (MAS), Jorge Garcia (ESP) and Thanos Nikopoulos (GRE) as the Technical Delegates for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Mr. Nikopoulos will be as well the Technical Delegate in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. “We are extremely proud of the team that will be delivering the triathlon events in Tokyo 2020”, said ITU President and IOC member, Marisol Casado. “With this selection, ITU is proving once more not only that we have a strong and committed team of officials and staff members, but also that...
  • Why taking an off-season is so important for your triathlon training
    It is complicated for almost every serious triathlete to stop training. Sometimes it is because we want to continue to improve in some specific sport and sometimes it is because training becomes the time where we can be far away from the complications of life such as work, stress, family, etc. We find that in the training, it is OUR space and OUR time to escape, to think, to enjoy, to live and to meditate in some specific areas of our lives, writes leading Mexican physician Dr. Humberto Aguilar. But in that way, every season that passes leaves inside of us...
  • Winter Triathlon season gets ready to kick off
    With snow covering most of the mountain ranges in the Northern Hemisphere, it is time to focus on the mountain-lovers favourite triathlon discipline: winter triathlon. The first stop of the 2019 winter calendar is the Chinese town of Zhangjiakou, the main venue for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, where on 13 January it will host a Winter Triathlon Test Event. ITU and the Tricom Beijing sport are inviting the top-ranked athletes to compete in Zhangjiakou on Sunday, for an event that will also host a winter duathlon for local athletes and serve as a test for a future ITU Winter World...
  • It’s part of the family, Together We Tri
    Father and son Andrés Otero Forero and Simon Otero, migrated to Australia, from Colombia, 11-years ago. Andrés was into adventure racing and Simon was already a competitive swimmer. In 2010 they both decided to join a triathlon club, buy road bikes for the first time and venture into the sport of triathlon. The first event they trained for together was at Lake Nojiriko, Japan. With years of swimming, riding and running experience under their belts, they now aim for start lines all over the world, where they represent different countries, as age-group world triathletes. Father Andrés Otero Forero, 44-years of age,...