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Dodet and Polyanskiy star in Astana World Cup

Saturday saw Astana make its debut on the ITU World Cup stage, with athletes pursuing Olympic qualification points for Tokyo 2020 as well as the honour of being first atop the podium in the Kazakhstan capital. The new-look ASICS World Triathlon Team was also together for the first time since the partnership’s unveiling, adding yet another layer to an already eagerly anticipated race. With overnight temperatures dropping, even the glorious sunshine that greeted the athletes could not help overco...


ASICS World Triathlon Team debuts at Astana World Cup

The 2018 ITU Astana World Cup became the first outing for the new-look ASICS World Triathlon Team, with nine of the team’s athletes competing in the first World Cup race in which points were available for Olympic qualification. Signed in January and part of the ITU Strategic Plan 2018-2021, the partnership with the global sports brand provides precious support to the ITU Development programme as it seeks to further extend the opportunities it offers to developing triathlon nations, their athlete...


Athletes chatter ahead of Astana World Cup

Astana will host the fifth stop on the 2018 World Cup circuit on Saturday, with qualification points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as well as the pride of a podium finish at stake in the Kazakhstan capital. Wearing the number one on Saturday will be South Africa’s experienced Gillian Sanders: “I feel no extra pressure wearing the number one, and i’ll actually enjoy being the target that comes with it. I was out of action for a time after Abu Dhabi, so hopefully 2018 is just going to get bet...


Astana ready to make glittering World Cup debut

The unique city of Astana is the location for the fifth stop of the 2018 ITU World Cup season, the first ITU World Cup event to be hosted in the Kazakhstan capital. The race is also the first on the WC circuit to offer qualifying points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, after WTS Yokohama opened up the long road to Tokyo for the World Series athletes last weekend. Add in the fact that Astana will also see the first outings for the new-look Asics World Triathlon Team, following the sports company...


Less than two months until #Fyn2018

Everything is starting to fall into place with just slightly less that two months untill the second edition of the ITU Multisport World Championships Festival – which, thanks to strong local support by the local bank Fynske Bank, is now officially named Fynske Bank Multisport World Championships Festival.  We’re confident that this partnership will help us fulfill our ambition to provide a world-class experience for all athletes going to Fyn this summer – and we can’t wait to welcome you al...


Support young African triathletes on their road to the Olympic glory

From June 18 to 26, the association of French-speaking triathlon countries, Fratri, will set up a free training camp for the future stars of triathlon within the African continent. As an initiative to get some athletes ready to take part in the Paris 2024 Olympics, the countries of the Francophonie are more than eager to find new talents and support them on their road to the Olympic glory. About twenty athletes born in 2001-2002, selected at the African Championships in Rabat on April 21, will...


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Dodet and Polyanskiy star in Astana World Cup

Saturday saw Astana make its debut on the ITU World Cup stage, with athletes pursuing Olympic qualification points for Tokyo 2020 as well as the honour of being first atop the podium in the Kazakhstan capital. The new-look ASICS World Triathlon Team was also together for the first time since the partnership’s unveiling, adding yet another layer to an already eagerly anticipated race. With overnight temperatures dropping, even the glorious sunshine that greeted the athletes could not help overco...


ASICS World Triathlon Team debuts at Astana World Cup

The 2018 ITU Astana World Cup became the first outing for the new-look ASICS World Triathlon Team, with nine of the team’s athletes competing in the first World Cup race in which points were available for Olympic qualification. Signed in January and part of the ITU Strategic Plan 2018-2021, the partnership with the global sports brand provides precious support to the ITU Development programme as it seeks to further extend the opportunities it offers to developing triathlon nations, their athlete...


Athletes chatter ahead of Astana World Cup

Astana will host the fifth stop on the 2018 World Cup circuit on Saturday, with qualification points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games as well as the pride of a podium finish at stake in the Kazakhstan capital. Wearing the number one on Saturday will be South Africa’s experienced Gillian Sanders: “I feel no extra pressure wearing the number one, and i’ll actually enjoy being the target that comes with it. I was out of action for a time after Abu Dhabi, so hopefully 2018 is just going to get bet...


Astana ready to make glittering World Cup debut

The unique city of Astana is the location for the fifth stop of the 2018 ITU World Cup season, the first ITU World Cup event to be hosted in the Kazakhstan capital. The race is also the first on the WC circuit to offer qualifying points for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, after WTS Yokohama opened up the long road to Tokyo for the World Series athletes last weekend. Add in the fact that Astana will also see the first outings for the new-look Asics World Triathlon Team, following the sports company...


Less than two months until #Fyn2018

Everything is starting to fall into place with just slightly less that two months untill the second edition of the ITU Multisport World Championships Festival – which, thanks to strong local support by the local bank Fynske Bank, is now officially named Fynske Bank Multisport World Championships Festival.  We’re confident that this partnership will help us fulfill our ambition to provide a world-class experience for all athletes going to Fyn this summer – and we can’t wait to welcome you al...


Support young African triathletes on their road to the Olympic glory

From June 18 to 26, the association of French-speaking triathlon countries, Fratri, will set up a free training camp for the future stars of triathlon within the African continent. As an initiative to get some athletes ready to take part in the Paris 2024 Olympics, the countries of the Francophonie are more than eager to find new talents and support them on their road to the Olympic glory. About twenty athletes born in 2001-2002, selected at the African Championships in Rabat on April 21, will...


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