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GO TRI Something New Ryedale a Great Success

A group of new-to-triathlon ladies have been taking part in a pilot programme organised by British Triathlon, in partnership with North Yorkshire Sport and The Active Forest, which aimed to encourage more ladies to take part in the sport.

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Sun shines on GO TRI + Festival in Roundhay Park

Yesterday over 100 beginner triathletes enjoyed the end of summer sun in Roundhay Park, at the GO TRI + festival. Following on from the success of the Brownlee’s in Leeds and in Rio, the park was buzzing with new triathletes and supporters.

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Shape the Future of Women's Triathlon

Triathlon England and GO TRI are working in partnership to support 'This Girl Can', a national campaign celebrating active women everywhere.

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Liverpool welcomes new triathletes to iconic City Centre course

Tri Liverpool welcomed over 400 first-time triathletes today, offering them a fantastic triathlon experience in the heart of the iconic Liverpool City Centre.

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This Girl Can - Audrey

Far from considering herself an athlete in the past, Audrey's story began not dissimilarly to others. However, an interest in fitness turned into a quest to conquer a triathlon. And that was just the beginning...

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Brocklesby represents triathlon at Sportswoman of the Year Awards

Tonight sees the Sunday Times and Sky Sportswoman of the Year Awards in London. Triathlon is represented by Eddie Brocklesby, who is one of five nominees for the Community Award. The event will be televised at 9.30pm on Sky 1 and Sky Sports 1 and will feature stars including Lizzie Armitstead and Jessica Ennis-Hill.

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This Girl Can - Lucy

Having taken part in her first GO TRI event less than 18 months ago, this month Lucy became W18-24 Ironman World Champion. She proves anything is possible when you set yourself a challenge.

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This Girl Can - Alison

For Alison Patrick, triathlon presents a greater challenge than most. Here, the unstoppable performer tells us how being visually impaired doesn't stop her from achieving her goals.

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This Girl Can - Jessica

Over a glass or two of wine Jessica reluctantly entered her first triathlon. A local GO TRI was the perfect warm up race and gave her all the confidence she needed going into her standard distance event.

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This Girl Can - Michelle

Michelle had never considered herself a triathlete. In fact, it was only after a chance meeting with a friend when completing her first 5km run, that the mother-of-one’s interest in the sport began to spark.

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