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New look British Triathlon Athlete’s Commission takes shape 

Since its launch in 2019, the British Triathlon Athlete’s Commission has given athletes the opportunity to raise any concerns and be involved in shaping the progress of the sport. 

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Catch up on the domestic action from over the weekend…

Last weekend was blessed with a number of GO TRI events. Here’s what permitted events took place over the weekend.

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Nominate your Unsung Hero

There’s less than a week to nominate individuals in your triathlon community for the BBC Unsung Hero and Captain Tom Young Unsung Hero of the Year awards.

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Taylor-Brown and Learmonth nominated for Sportswoman of the Year

Following their success over the last 12 months, the two Leeds-based athletes have been named on the shortlist for the prestigious Sunday Times Sportswoman of the Year.

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Here’s the domestic activity coming this weekend

With plenty of opportunity for GO TRI activity, here are the permitted events taking place this weekend.

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Black History Month: Audrey Livingston’s Journey Through Swim, Bike and Run

Audrey Livingston’s journey through triathlon has seen her go from strength-to-strength since joining the sport in 2006, however this hasn’t stopped her from pushing for change and demanding representation across the sport.

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Daily Sports Schedule unveiled for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games

With 11 days of swimming and diving, 8 days of cricket, 8 days of gymnastics and 7 days of athletics (including the marathon), the summer of 2022 is set for a spectacular home Games.

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Bandits on the bike

Meridian Triathlon Club (“The Time Bandits”) organised a socially distant baton relay across the region to connect their members and help them keep active during lockdown.

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Catch up on all the domestic action from the weekend…

Here’s what happened at last weekend’s permitted events across England.

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Brits enjoy medal haul at World Cup events

British athletes competing at the World Cups in Alhandra and Arzachena have secured a gold, a silver and a bronze medal.

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