Triathlon

Jerzyk and Raphael secure wins in opening race of European Triathlon season

By Paul Osborne

Aurelien Raphael and Agnieszka Jerzyk got their European Triathlon season's off to the best possible start with victory in Quarteira, Portugal ©Clarisse Henriques/ETUApril 13 - Poland's Agnieszka Jerzyk and France's Aurelien Raphael have secured the perfect start to the 2014 European Triathlon season with victories in the opening race at Quarteira, Portugal.

Number of entrants for first Dubai Desert Triathlon revealed

 By Zjan Shirinian

The Dubai Desert Triathlon will mix the traditional pursuits of cycling and running with endurance horse racing ©Dubai Desert TriathlonApril 10 - More than 120 teams will take part in the inaugural Dubai Desert Triathlon, which will combine the traditional elements of running and cycling with the Emirati endurance sport of horse racing.

Exclusive: ITU President Marisol Casado targets mixed relay for Tokyo 2020

By Mike Rowbottom

Marisol Casado/Getty ImagesApril 6 - In the year the International Triathlon Union (ITU) celebrates its 25th anniversary it is clear that the sport - which got its 2014 World Triathlon Series underway in Auckland today - is benefiting from changes targeted at broadening its worldwide appeal, as its President Marisol Casado has explained to insidethegames.

Gómez and Stimpson secure gold at ITU World Triathlon Series opener in Auckland

By Emily Goddard

Javier Gómez continued his undefeated streak at today's International Triathlon Union World Series opener in Auckland ©Getty ImagesApril 6 - Spain's Javier Gómez continued his undefeated run by making it a hat-trick of Auckland wins at today's International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Series opener in the New Zealand city, while Briton Jodie Stimpson won the women's race.

Brownlee brothers to take on world champion Gomez at World Triathlon Series opener

By Nick Butler

Javier Gomez outsprinted Jonny Brownlee in the final in Hyde Park to win the World Triathlon Series in 2013 ©Getty ImagesApril 5 - A Spanish versus Great Britain triathlon rivalry is set to continue at the opening World Triathlon Series event of the year tomorrow, as defending world champion Javier Gomez takes on brothers Alistair and Jonny Brownlee.

Russian triathlete knocked unconscious in attack during training ride in New Zealand

By Nick Butler

Ivan Kalashnikov was attacked while on a training ride in New Zealand ©ITUMarch 29 - Russian triathlete Ivan Kalashnikov has been knocked unconscious after being deliberately pushed off his bike and attacked while on a training ride in New Zealand.

Increased prize money introduced by ITU for World Cup and World Series events in 2014

By Nick Butler

The ITU has announced increased prize money for the next year ©ITUMarch 25 - Prize money amounting to a total of $2.2 million (£1.3 million/€1.6 million) has been revealed by the International Triathlon Union (ITU) for the World Triathlon Series and World Cup events this year.

Back-to-back wins for Mola after victory in New Plymouth Triathlon World Cup

By Paul Osborne

Mario Mola has secured his second successive ITU title with victory in New Plymouth, New Zealand ©Scott Taylor/ITUMarch 23 - Mario Mola has made it back-to-back wins in this season's International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup series with victory at the New Plymouth World Cup in New Zealand.

Jorgensen and Mola claim first victory of the season at ITU Mooloolaba World Cup

By Paul Osborne

Gwen Jorgensen and Mario Mola have won the opening ITU World Cup event of 2014 in Mooloolaba ©Delly Carr/ITUMarch 15 - America's Gwen Jorgensen and Spain's Mario Mola got their 2014 seasons off to the perfect start with victory in the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Mooloolaba World Cup.
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