Bridie O’Donnell will make an attempt on the Women’s Hour Record January 22 2016 at the Adelaide Superdrome during the TDU.
British Triathlon has confirmed squads of 21 triathletes and 15 paratriathletes making up it’s 2016 UK Sport Lottery Funded World Class Performance Programmes.
Pip Taylor has teamed up with Revvies for her return to the professional triathlon ranks.
Sir Chris Hoy, Britain’s most successful Olympian has unveiled the first two front covers for his choldren’s book series, Flying Fergus.
Triathletes and open water swimmers competing in tropical open waters should make time to drink during long course events to decrease their core temperature and improve their speed.
Stuart Hayes took the crown at the 2015 Windsor Triathlon with a time of 1:56:22, and is now encouraging others to sign up and take him on in 2016.
Jersey triathlete Demri Mitchell has called on his community and supporters in a bid to make it to the Gold Coast 2018 commonwealth Games in Australia.
Mike Brace CBE, the six-time Paralympian and former chairman of the British Paralympic Association, says sport still has a long way to go to make disabled people feel fully included as competitors and spectators.
European Challenge Family faces will provide professional athletes with the opportunity to race for a share of a €140,000 (£98,000) end-of-season bonus in 2016.
Organisers of the ASICS Greater Manchester Marathon have confirmed endurance sports nutrition pioneers Science in Sport (SiS) as the Official Sports Nutrition Partner for the 40th Manchester Marathon on Sunday 10 April 2016.
The triathlon world has been left shocked after the sudden death of three times French Champion and two times Olympian Laurent Vidal.
The World Anti-Doping Agency recommends suspending Russia from competition following an independent report.
British Triathlon’s Olympic Nomination Committee has confirmed the pre-selection of four triathletes, subject to form, fitness and eligibility, for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games next summer.
Marcel Zamora has confirmed he will appear at the second edition of the Ventouxman
Tongyeong ITU World Cup brings a close to the season and first time World Cup titles for Yuka Sato (JAP) and Matt Sharp (GBR).
Team GB has launched the Homegrown Heroes Initiative, designed to encourage the public to get behind their local Olympic hopefuls as they train hard for the chance to represent Team GB.
On Saturday 17 October, spectators at Challenge Pague Mallorca can enjoy the long distance debut of ITU World Triathlon Series runner-up, Mario Mola (ESP).
Non Stanford and Vicky Holland secured Rio 2016 Olympic Games selection by finishing second and third respectively at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final in Chicago. The race was won by Gwen Jorgensen (USA), who remains undefeated for the season.
USA’s Gwen Jorgensen won her 12th straight race at the 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Grand Final Chicago, completing a perfect undefeated WTS season.
Lauren Steadman defended her PT4 world title convincingly at the ITU Paratriathlon World Championships in Chicago. The two-time Paralympic swimmer built a lead and held on to it until the finish.
Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) became the most successful man in ITU World Championship history after he completing a drive for five world titles as the overall winner of the World Triathlon Series with a second-place finish at the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final Chicago.
Club La Santa IRONMAN 70.3 Lanzarote takes place this Saturday, with strong pro field joined by over 500 age-group athletes for the 1.9k swim, 90.1k bike course and 7k run.
The world’s longest Ultra-Stage bicycle race, Red Bull Trans-Siberian Extreme 2015, has reached its finish. Ten international athletes cycled 9195 km for 23 days at an average speed of 30 km/h. The Russian team of Mikhail Ignatyev and Ivan Kovalev won the race in the duo category, while Belgium Kristof Allegaert was the quickest amongst […]
The Leeds Triathlon took place on Sunday 13 September, with hundreds of competitors making their way to Roundhay Park – the same venue which will host a round of the ITU World Triathlon Series next year. The standard race incorporated a 1.5 km open water swim in Waterloo Lake, a fast and scenic 44 km cycle leg […]
The Brighton and Hove Triathlon has been confirmed for Sunday 11 September 2016. Only 1,500 places are available for this triathlon, which will run along the spectacular Brighton and Hove seafront. Organised by the London 2012 Olympic Triathlon Competition Manager, John Lunt, the race will offer three distances, the Super Sprint, described as being for beginners (400m […]