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Swim, Bike and Rerun: The 2016 World Paratriathlon Event Series

A historic year for the sport, 2016 brought with it the debut of paratriathlon to the Paralympic Games and the World Paratriathlon Event Series took on a new level of significance, playing a key role in the athlete’s qualification process.

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Bill James appointed Chair of British Triathlon board

British Triathlon has announced that Bill James will take on the role of Chair of the British Triathlon board at this critical time.

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Swim, Bike and Rerun: High hopes at the 2016 Grand Final

Cozumel, Mexico played host to the 2016 Grand Final with Britain hopeful of success in the World Triathlon Series, U23, Junior and Age-Group races.

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Swim, Bike and Rerun: British Success on the 2016 World Triathlon Series

Featuring nine events across six different continents, 2016 saw plenty of British athletes stand on the podium and introduced Leeds as the home of the World Triathlon Series in Britain.

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AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds 2020 Postponed Due to COVID-19

The Local Organising Committee (LOC) of the AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds have made the difficult decision to postpone the event from the original date of the 6 – 7 June 2020, due to the current situation with the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Important information on COVID-19 – updated Tuesday 17 March

Based on the latest government guidance around Coronavirus/COVID-19, British Triathlon and the 3 Home Nations (Triathlon England, Triathlon Scotland and Welsh Triathlon) have suspended organised triathlon activity with immediate effect until at least 30 April.

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Holland storms to first victory of 2020

Vicky Holland took the tape at the Mooloolaba World Cup and stood on the podium alongside British teammate Georgia Taylor-Brown as the Brits took the first one-two of the season.

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ITU Triathlon World Cup Action on the Sunshine Coast

The 2020 ITU Triathlon World Cup kicks off this weekend, with British athletes travelling to Australia in search of their first medals of the decade.

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A whole new world of racing

Having been a successful runner, a chance encounter with a group of triathletes saw Sarah Barrett change sport and, at 72, she hasn’t looked back.

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Preparing the team behind the team

An army of Team GB and ParalympicsGB support staff will be heading to Tokyo this summer, facing the same heat and conditions as the athletes as they carry out their roles in Japan.

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