Catch up on all of the latest action from around the world of triathlon and multisport.
European Triathlon European Championships - Valencia
The British Paratriathlon team enjoyed success across a number of classifications at the European Triathlon European Championships in Valencia.
Super League Triathlon Championships Malibu
Europe Triathlon XTERRA Cross Championships Dolomiti Paganella
Of the 14 British athletes competing at the XTERRA Cross Championships 4 came away with medals with Claudia Wilesmith (45-49) and Renell Brennan (50-54) coming away with silvers.
Ashley De Lotz (30-34) and Brad Pontin (35-39) came home with bronze medals
IRONMAN 70.3 Augusta
Augusta is home to one of North America's largest IRONMAN 70.3 races - and one of its fastest. America’s quickest down-river swim will start your day off on the right foot. As you bike through rural Augusta, take in all this scenic Southern destination has to offer. Plenty of shade awaits you on the spectator-filled run course through historic downtown as you ease to the Finish Line next to the world-famous James Brown statue.
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At Little Debbie IRONMAN Chattanooga presented by McKee a Family Bakery, they don’t just play in an outdoor paradise. Athletes race to experience something truly incredible. Athletes freestyle 2.4 miles down the river, so later they can ride the rapids. They bike across miles of backcountry roads, so later those same roads can take us to new adventures. And the day is finished with running through vibrant downtown streets.
Joe Skipper stormed to vitcory in Chattanooga having finished in second place in Switzerland. The Brit finished almost fifteen minutes ahead of Lionel Sanders (CAN)
A one-time exclusive: Introducing IRONMAN 70.3 Bolton, taking place on September 26, 2021. This year only, race the incredible North West English course, experience the open water swim at Pennington Flash, the beautiful bike course scenery, and impressive finish line in the heart of the town centre.
World Triathlon Standard Distance Duathlon Qualifier – Hever Castle
Hever Castle is always a very special weekend for Castle Race Series. It is where they hosted their first ever triathlon race back in 2009, it was where they hosted their only live event of 2020, and it always rounds off our multisport season. More than 6,000 competitors and spectators were welcomed into the 125 acres of glorious grounds surrounding Ann Boleyn’s childhood home.
This year saw the event host an ITU Standard Distance Duathlon Qualifier.
Age Group Celebration Cup
This weekend sees the first ever British Triathlon Age-Group Celebration Cup take place at Mallory Park, with members of the team from across the country set to take part.
The British Triathlon Age-Group Celebration Cup is an event dedicated to providing members of the Age-Group Team an opportunity to race alongside one another, an experience many won’t have had for a long time and new members of the team will not have had yet due to Covid-19.