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A case of of blind faith for Triathlons dream team

This is a triathlon marriage born in Busselton – and as it turned out for John Domandl and Paul McGlynn – it was in fact triathlon heaven.

Middaugh, Riou win XTERRA Dominican Republic

Reigning XTERRA Pan America Tour Champion Josiah Middaugh wins with Kiwi Kieran McPherson second at XTERRA Dominican Republic Championship

Osborne, Poor win XTERRA Poland

Sam Osborne from New Zealand and Brigitta Poor from Hungary captured the elite titles at XTERRA Poland in Krakow this afternoon.

Irving Perez & Summer Cook claim victory at debut 2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup

In the inaugural Yucatan ITU World Cup event, Mexico's own Irving Perez and USA's Summer Cook were crowned the first-time champions in a speedy and heated sprint distance race.

The 2017 ITU World Cup season continues as Yucatan

The 2017 ITU World Cup season continues on as it hits the eighth stop on the tour as the 2017 Yucatan ITU World Cup debuts this Saturday.

Terenzo Bozzone reports - Challenge Roth & World Champs

So this is well overdue, mainly because there have been a lot of kicks to my shins the past couple months and its hard to bring myself to report news when it isn’t the news you want to be reporting. A lot has been going on so I will keep it brief, we

Olympic foursome lead elites into Rotterdam World Championships

Australian Olympians Aaron Royle, Ryan Bailie, Ashleigh Gentle and Emma Jackson will spearhead an exciting eight-strong Australian elite triathlon team named today for next month’s ITU World Championship Grand Final in Rotterdam.

The 'boss' Gomez is back on top in Montreal

Javier Gomez took one step closer toward regaining his ITU world championship crown with a decisive win at WTS Montreal on the weekend. It is his second win of the year after the season opener in Abu Dhabi.

Challenge Wanaka voted the world's most scenic long distance triathlon

Not only does Challenge Wanaka give you the opportunity to compete in a full or a half distance triathlon in the spectacular backdrop of the Southern Alps

Aaron Royle keeps Commonwealth Games hopes on track

Rio Olympic triathlete Australian Aaron Royle has kept his hopes of a second Commonwealth Games on track with a solid 12th place finish in today’s World Triathlon Series round in Montreal.