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Vicky Holland is lucky number 13

Olympic bronze medallist, Commonwealth Games Champion, 2x World Mixed Team Champion, current WTS female World Champion, and now Lucky Number 13.


1st at the Barfoot and Thompson Triathlon series, Race 3

With two weeks until Ironman New Zealand Cameron Brown gives and update on his training, taper and the great race.


Kiwis Braden Currie and Hannah Wells triumph at Challenge Wanaka

New Zealand’s top triathlete Braden Currie crushed his international competition in the run today to win the Challenge Wanaka centrepiece event the Half distance race in four hours flat.


Top International Professionals enter Challenge Wanaka

CHALLENGEWANAKA continues to attract triathlon’s big names to the shores of Lake Wanaka in 2019, with some of the world’s best confirming their participation


CHALLENGEFAMILY's Middle Distance World Championship

THECHAMPIONSHIP, alias CHALLENGEFAMILY's Middle Distance World Championship, will take place on 2nd July 2019. Last year's men's race was a thrilling one.


Bozzone and Siddall set to defend Ironman NZ titles

IRONMAN New Zealand on March 2 in Taupo - defending champions return. Terenzo Bozzone (Auckland) heads an all-star men's field and Laura Siddall (GBR) the women's..


Alex Yee and Ai Ueda deliver at Cape Town's World Cup curtain-raiser

South Africa’s beautiful capital city was once again the setting for ITU’s now traditional Elite triathlon season-opener, the Cape Town World Cup, where the warm February sunshine was offset by some blustery wind and cold waters to keep the athletes


Winter Triathlon World Champs to be crowned in the Italian Alps

The heavy snowstorms that have crossed Europe in the last few weeks have turned the Italian Altipiano in the best possible scenario for the Winter Triathlon World Championships.


Braden Currie - evolution of run

Kiwi pro triathlete Braden Currie details his professional development and evolution in the run discipline of triathlon.


Port Nelson Sea Swim - Tough swim this week, but near record numbers

After a string of second and third placings, Bendi Kepess won his first race of the season in a desperate sprint for the finish over series leader Luke Kelly in Thursday's Port Nelson Sea Swim.