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Safeguarding Training Opportunities

During 2018, British Triathlon will be offering further training and development opportunities for clubs, around the important areas of safeguarding and welfare.

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Round up of Yokohama, Llanelli, St Neots and success in France

Yokohama wasn’t the only Series race to take place over the weekend, there was also Welsh Triathlon Super Series and Youth & Junior Super Series action. With Ironman, French Grand Prix and Age Group Qualification events as well, it was another packed weekend.

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The Importance of TriMark Club Bronze for Clubs with Juniors

Triathlon England, as a responsible sport National Governing Body, believes all affiliated clubs with junior members should achieve the minimum standard of TriMark Club Bronze.

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British Paratriathlon Squad wins seven medals from seven starts at WPS Yokohama

Great Britain’s paratriathletes opened the 2018 season in style, winning three golds, a silver and three bronze medals in the first ITU World Paratriatlon Series event in Yokohama, Japan. Paralympic silver medallist, Lauren Steadman, was among the gold medallists alongside George Peasgood and Dave Ellis.

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Unexpected World Series Bronze Underlines Stanford’s Class

Having not reached an ITU World Triathlon Series podium for more than two years, Non Stanford surprised herself with bronze in Yokohama against a high quality field. Flora Duffy (BER) won the women’s race to take the Series lead, and Mario Mola (ESP) won again to extend his lead and defense of the ITU world title.

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High quality fields at ITU World Triathlon Yokohama

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games move a step closer this weekend with the Olympic qualification period opening ahead the ITU World Triathlon Yokohama. The race marks the third round of the ITU World Triathlon Series and the opening round of the ITU World Paratriathlon Series. British athletes including Jodie Stimpson, Non Stanford, Marc Austin and Joe Townsend are set to race.

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AJ BELL SIGN TITLE PARTNERSHIP WITH ITU WORLD TRIATHLON SERIES IN LEEDS

AJ Bell has signed a multi-year deal with British Triathlon to become title partner of the AJ Bell World Triathlon Leeds.

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What's coming up this weekend

We take a big step closer to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games this weekend with the Olympic qualification period opening for the ITU World Triathlon Yokohama, Japan. There’s top-flight triathlon and paratriathlon with athletes including Commonwealth champion, Joe Townsend and Commonwealth bronze medal winner, Marc Austin on the start lines. Meanwhile, on home soil, there is a qualification race for Age-Group athletes to qualify for 2018 and 2019 ITU races.

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Weekend Roundup

There was British Age-Group and elite success at home as well as in Europe and further afield, plus young British talent on show at the BUCS Sprint Triathlon Championships.

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What’s coming up this weekend

There’s a global feel to this weekend’s race schedule, with a big British contingent in Denmark for the ETU Powerman championships as well as significant races in Australia and Italy. Closer to home, there’s the rearranged Clumber Duathlon championships, which were disrupted by the Beast from the East in March. With Nottinghamshire in mind, there’s just over a month until the ITU Mixed Relays come to town, quickly followed by the ITU World Triathlon Leeds.

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