WTS coming up?


The World Series makes the first of two stops in the UK this weekend as the world's best head to Leeds. Find out how to watch and what further races see British athletes competing with our weekend preview.

Jump to: AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds | Dnipro ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup | Ironman Staffordshire 70.3 


AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds

Leeds spectators have been treated to a British one-two across all three previous editions of the elite race with the Brownlee brothers topping the podium in 2016 and 2017, followed by World Champion Vicky Holland and Georgia Taylor-Brown's crowd pleasing performance in 2018 on home soil.


The British line up is as strong as it's been in recent times, with Jess Learmonth having started the season strongly picking up two world series medals and the emerging talent of Alex Yee showing just how dangerous he can be at the top level with his running speed. Many eyes however will be on the return of Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee to their home city, who race alongside each other for the first time since last years Grand Final and will certainly be expecting of themselves to challenge for the winners tape, particularly in front of a local crowd!

Along side the elite event thousands of inspired triathletes will compete across the weekend mass participation races for theire very own blue carpet moment with TriStar, Youth & Junior, GO TRI, Sprint and the British Standard Distance Championships waves.

Watch live TV coverage on BBC Two from 1pm Sunday, with coverage also across Triathlonlive.tv and AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds social media channels.

Women (Start Time - 13:06): Jess Learmonth, Georgia Taylor-Brown, Non Stanford, Vicky Holland, Sophie Coldwell, Jodie Stimpson

Men (Start Time - 15:51): Alistair Brownlee, Jonathan Brownlee, Alex Yee, Tom Bishop

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Dnipro ETU Sprint Triathlon European Cup

Jack Willis is the sole British athlete competing at the continetal cup in Ukraine this weekend. The Leeds Triathlon Cenntre based athlete is racing on the international stage for the first time in 2019 having last competed at the ETU Cup in Funchal last October.

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Ironman Staffordshire 70.3

A host of British athletes are set to take on the first visit of Ironman to the UK in 2019. Returning champions Emma Pallant and Elliot Smales will find fierce competition amonst their compatriots with Nikki Bartlett, Lucy Charles-Barclay, Fanella Langridge and Will Clarke having podium success recently.

Men: Elliot Smales, George Goodwin, Will Clarke, Sam Pictor, Robert Brundish, Thomas Davis, Robert Drake, Harry Palmer, Chris Silver, Chris Standage, James Teagle, Kit Walker, Mark Buckingham, Ashley Hurdman

Women: Emma Pallant, Lucy Charles-Barclay, Nikki Bartlett, Fanella Langridge, Chloe Cook, Chantal Cummings, Katrina Rye

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