A look back at the UK legs of the World Triathlon Series

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Reminisce and revel in what were two bumper weekends for triathlon in Britain

AJ Bell World Triathlon Series Leeds

Coming out in full force to support 2500 first time and amatuer elite triathletes on the 8 and 9 June, the city of Leeds once again played host to a fantastic event. Whether you missed some of the action or simply want to revel in the weekend all over again, here are the weekend's reports to help you on your way:

Read all about the GO TRI event

Read all about the TriStar and Youth & Junior races

Read all about the British Age-Group Standard Distance Championships

Read all about the Elite races 

Flash quotes from the Elite races

Accenture World Triathlon Mixed Relay Nottingham

After the heavy rain in Nottingham in the lead up to the event the race format changing to a duathlon. Saturday 15 June however, was a glorious day, with over 500 amateur athletes turning out for the British Sprint Championship, Open Sprint, TriStar and GO TRI races. The elite race in the afternoon proved to be a different spectacle. Heavy rain throughout the race put the technique, and the physical and mental toughness of the field to the test in front of a roaring P20 Grandstand. Read all the reports from the day below:

Read all about the British Age-Group Sprint Distance Championships

Read all about the GO TRI event

Read all about the Elite event

Look ahead to 2020

With the Olympic year fast approaching, entries are now open for the 2020 AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds. This is your opportunity to take to the course ahead of those going for Olympic glory, before sitting back at watching the world's best compete.

WTS Leeds Entries Available here

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