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Nicholls’ sights firmly set on Paris

Paratriathlon wheelchair athlete, Mel Nicholls, is hoping 2024 will see her qualify for her third Paralympic Games, after competing in wheelchair racing at London 2012 and Rio 2016. And she comes into the new season on the back of a solid winter training block.

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Jones looks ahead to World Triathlon Para Series Swansea with pride

With British Triathlon once again bringing the World Triathlon Para Series to Swansea in 2024, Welsh PTVI paratriathlete Rhys Jones has opened up about his home nation pride.

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Triathlon Trust relaunches with new focus

The Triathlon Trust, British Triathlon’s charitable arm, has relaunched with an ambitious aim to reduce the barriers to participation in swim, bike, run and multisport events. Paralympian, Lauren Steadman will continue as the Trust’s ambassador.

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World Triathlon Winter Championships Roll of Honour

Pragelato - Sestriere in Italy hosted the 2024 World Triathlon Winter Championships for triathlon and duathlon this weekend, with eight medals being won by Great Britain Age-Group Team members.

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Jones, Alden and Mathias put in medal performances on a busy weekend of triathlon action

The 2024 World Triathlon season kicked off with Sophie Alden and Olivia Mathias on the podium in New Zealand, while Rhys Jones, guided by Malachi Cashmore, claimed gold in Egypt.  

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British Triathlon launches ‘You Won’t Know Until You Tri’ campaign

British Triathlon is looking for the next generation of Paralympic champions through its ‘You Won’t Know Until You Tri’ campaign.

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British Championships 2024: Your Official Guide

Each year thousands of British Triathlon Home Nation Members compete across the country in various disciplines to become British Champion and 2024 is no different. With eight British Championships up for grabs, including two para accessible events, there is something for everyone.

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Siddall starts 2024 on the podium

Laura Siddall kicked off her 2024 season with a third-place finish at Challenge Wanaka.

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A view from Australia with Jess Fullagar

In preparation for the 2024 season, many of British Triathlon’s Olympic World Class Programme athletes are in Australia on a national camp, making the most of the warm weather training and enjoying the novelty of having kangaroos and lizards as training partners

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British Triathlon updates safeguarding guidance for clubs and coaches working with children and young people

British Triathlon has contacted all its clubs and coaches in the last few weeks to advise them of its new guidance when working with children and young people.

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