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Triathlon stars-to-be from Africa train in France with the aim set on the Olympics

17 young triathletes from Mauritius, Tunisia, Namibia, Egypt, Niger, Maroc, Zimbabwe and Benin, along with eight coaches from the same countries, have been selected to participate in a development camp in Brive (France) organised by the Francophonie Association of Triathlon and supported by the French Triathlon Federation, the African Triathlon Union and the International Triathlon Union. The main objective of the camp was to identify the best young athletes from Africa and initiate with them a...


Jelle Geens and Summer Cook claim the first-ever titles in Antwerp World Cup

Belgium had a great day of firsts at the 2018 ITU Antwerp World Cup, with Jelle Geens claiming his first-ever victory of an ITU race on his home soil, much to the delight of the thousands of spectators who enjoyed a day of triathlon at its very best. Accompanying Geens atop the podium were New Zealand’s Tayler Reid and Canada’s Tyler Mislawchuk. In the women’s race, it was yet another victory for an American very familiar with the top of the World Cup podium, Summer Cook, who claimed a sixth win...


Athletes chatter ahead of Antwerp World Cup

Athletes from all over the world seem to be really looking forward to the debut of the Belgium city of Antwerp in the World Cup circuit. 48 hours before toeing the line in the Harbour, let’s see what some of the top elite athletes have to say. Gelle Jeens On how he feels after WTS Leeds: “I wasn’t very sure on how I was going to perform in Leeds, as my knee hurt a bit before that race, but Leeds was alright and the pain is gone now”. On his goals for this season: “The Olympic points have jus...


Martin Schulz to go all-out attack in Besancon Paratriathlon World Cup

Germany’s Martin Schulz is not going to hold anything back when he competes at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup in Besancon, France, on Sunday. Victory at the Eton Dorney World Cup three weeks ago ensured it was a winning return to international competition for the 28-year-old after suffering an ankle problem in the weeks building up to the race. But, despite his winning return, Schulz said he was not at his best. “The race was OK,” Schulz said. “The weeks before Eton Dorney I could not train a...


Antwerp ready to join the World Cup circuit

It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has a long and lasting tradition of cycling sports, so it was just about time that the Belgium city on Antwerp joined the ITU World Cup circuit with an astonishing event ready to take the stage this weekend. The race, with some of the greatest triathletes of the world lining up, will be the eighth stop of the season as we reach the halfway point of what has already been an incredible 2018 for our sport, and represents the biggest triathlon event in th...


WTS Nottingham & WTS Leeds By the Numbers

On June 7, 18 nations from across the globe lined up in teams of four with two men and two women to compete in the very first Triathlon Team Mixed Relay Series in Nottingham, Great Britain. Then just three days later, the elites travelled 115 kilometres north to Leeds, where 57 men and 51 women also toed a start line to race in the fourth stop of the 2018 World Triathlon Series. In all three races, while champions were crowned and victories won, there were athletes who came out on top, despite...


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Triathlon stars-to-be from Africa train in France with the aim set on the Olympics

17 young triathletes from Mauritius, Tunisia, Namibia, Egypt, Niger, Maroc, Zimbabwe and Benin, along with eight coaches from the same countries, have been selected to participate in a development camp in Brive (France) organised by the Francophonie Association of Triathlon and supported by the French Triathlon Federation, the African Triathlon Union and the International Triathlon Union. The main objective of the camp was to identify the best young athletes from Africa and initiate with them a...


Jelle Geens and Summer Cook claim the first-ever titles in Antwerp World Cup

Belgium had a great day of firsts at the 2018 ITU Antwerp World Cup, with Jelle Geens claiming his first-ever victory of an ITU race on his home soil, much to the delight of the thousands of spectators who enjoyed a day of triathlon at its very best. Accompanying Geens atop the podium were New Zealand’s Tayler Reid and Canada’s Tyler Mislawchuk. In the women’s race, it was yet another victory for an American very familiar with the top of the World Cup podium, Summer Cook, who claimed a sixth win...


Athletes chatter ahead of Antwerp World Cup

Athletes from all over the world seem to be really looking forward to the debut of the Belgium city of Antwerp in the World Cup circuit. 48 hours before toeing the line in the Harbour, let’s see what some of the top elite athletes have to say. Gelle Jeens On how he feels after WTS Leeds: “I wasn’t very sure on how I was going to perform in Leeds, as my knee hurt a bit before that race, but Leeds was alright and the pain is gone now”. On his goals for this season: “The Olympic points have jus...


Martin Schulz to go all-out attack in Besancon Paratriathlon World Cup

Germany’s Martin Schulz is not going to hold anything back when he competes at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup in Besancon, France, on Sunday. Victory at the Eton Dorney World Cup three weeks ago ensured it was a winning return to international competition for the 28-year-old after suffering an ankle problem in the weeks building up to the race. But, despite his winning return, Schulz said he was not at his best. “The race was OK,” Schulz said. “The weeks before Eton Dorney I could not train a...


Antwerp ready to join the World Cup circuit

It is one of the oldest cities in Europe and has a long and lasting tradition of cycling sports, so it was just about time that the Belgium city on Antwerp joined the ITU World Cup circuit with an astonishing event ready to take the stage this weekend. The race, with some of the greatest triathletes of the world lining up, will be the eighth stop of the season as we reach the halfway point of what has already been an incredible 2018 for our sport, and represents the biggest triathlon event in th...


WTS Nottingham & WTS Leeds By the Numbers

On June 7, 18 nations from across the globe lined up in teams of four with two men and two women to compete in the very first Triathlon Team Mixed Relay Series in Nottingham, Great Britain. Then just three days later, the elites travelled 115 kilometres north to Leeds, where 57 men and 51 women also toed a start line to race in the fourth stop of the 2018 World Triathlon Series. In all three races, while champions were crowned and victories won, there were athletes who came out on top, despite...


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