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ITU Tiszy World Cup, Paratriathlon, Ironman and more!

Jump to: Tiszaujvaros ITU Triathlon World Cup & ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup | Magog ITU Paratriathlon World Cup | Tartu ETU Triathlon European Cup and Baltic Championships | Scottish National Mixed Team Relay Triathlon Championships & Sprint Distance Triathlon Championships | Woodhorn Museum Triathlon | Ironman 70.3 Astana | Ironman Vitoria-Gasteiz | Ironman UK, Bolton

 

Tiszaujvaros ITU Triathlon World Cup & ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup

 

Olivia Mathias and Christopher Perham return to ITU action in Hungary on the back of each securing a golden ticket to the Super League Triathlon Championships in Poznan. With the event having been on the calendar for over 10 years, Perham was involved in 2018's memorably washed out men's race shortly after Sophie Coldwell had lifted tape in the elite women's final.

Coldwell isn't returning to defend her title but Mathias and Perham are joined by Sian Rainsley, Sophie Alden, Morgan Davies, Gordon Benson and Barclay Izzard on the start list, with Matthew Willis the sole British representative in the ETU Triathlon Junior European Cup. Both competitions follow a semi-final (Saturday)/final (Sunday) format.

Men: Christopher Perham, Gordon Benson, Barclay Izzard, Morgan Davies and Matthew Willis

Women: Olivia Mathias, Sian Rainsley and Sophie Alden

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Magog ITU Paratriathlon World Cup

Paralympic bronze medallist Melissa Reid (PTVI) will continue her preparation for Tokyo 2020 qualification by competing at this weekend’s Magog ITU Paratriathlon World Cup in Canada.

Michael Taylor (PTS4) will be looking to continue to get more experience of racing at international level with Stuart Meikle (PTS2), gold medallist at the British Paratriathlon National Championships in May this year, also competing in Canada.

Men: Stuart Meikle (PTS2), Michael Taylor (PTS4)

Women: Melissa Reid (PTVI)

 

Tartu ETU Triathlon European Cup and Baltic Championships

After an injury hampered start to the year, Leeds based Sam Dickinson begins his 2019 campaign as one of three British male athletes racing in Tartu. Sam will be joined by Harry Leleu and Will Crudgington.

The Elite races will see athletes swim 750m, cycle 20km and run 5km.

Men: Sam Dickinson, Harry Leleu and Will Crudgington

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Scottish National Mixed Team Relay Triathlon Championships & Scottish National Sprint Distance Triathlon Championships

Monikie Country Park will be the venue for the Scottish National Mixed Team Relay Triathlon Championships & Scottish National Sprint Distance Triathlon Championships as part of the M3 Monikie Triathlon Festival.

The Festival will also be made up of races in the following categories: TriStars 1, TriStars 2, TriStars 3 and the Youth Triathlon.

Event Info

 

Woodhorn Museum Triathlon

The latest round of the 2020 ETU Standard Distance Triathlon European Championship Great-Britain Age-Group team qualifiers take place this weekend at the Woodhorn Museum Triathlon. QE2 Country Park is the venue for the triathlon where athletes will swim 1.5km, take on a 46km bike ride and then run 9.6km.

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Ironman 70.3 Astana

 

Ironman British record holder Tim Don, Joe Skipper and Sam Proctor will be flying the flag for Great Britain in the Men’s Pro race at Ironman 70.3 Astana with Nikki Bartlett, Susie Cheetham and Frankie Sanjana competing in the Women’s Pro race.

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Ironman Vitoria-Gasteiz

Natalie Seymour will be heading to Spain for Ironman Vitoria-Gasteiz this weekend as the sole female British representative. Athletes will swim 3.8km in lake Ullíbarri-Gamboa before heading out on a 180km bike course going through the scenic towns of the Álava region and the Elguea Mountains. The race will conclude with a 42.2km run, a four-lap course around Vitoria-Gasteiz's old town.  

Start List

 

Ironman UK

Over 1,500 athletes will be taking on Ironman UK in Bolton this weekend. The race will begin with a 2.4 mile swim in the Pennington Flash lake before embarking on a 112 bike ride. T2 will mark the start of the run at Queens Park with athletes heading into Bolton town centre, out and back through Queens Park completing four loops before finishing in Victoria Square.

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