The United States' Katie Zaferes will be aiming to continue her winning streak when she competes in the second leg of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Triathlon Series in Bermuda’s capital Hamilton tomorrow.
Britain's Vicky Holland and Mario Mola of Spain start their title defences in Abu Dhabi tomorrow as the 2019 World Triathlon Series (WTS) gets underway.
Britain’s Olympic bronze medallist Vicky Holland comfortably won the women’s World Triathlon Series event in Montreal today.
Spain's Mario Mola, seeking a hat-trick of World Triathlon Series (WTS) titles, goes into the penultimate race of this season in Montreal this weekend knowing he is already assured of a place in the Grand Final - but for many of his rivals, this race is crucial.
Britain’s Olympic bronze medallist Vicky Holland won the women's race at the World Triathlon Series leg in Leeds before countryman Jonny Brownlee pulled out of the men's race won by South Africa’s Richard Murray in 1 hour 45min 35sec.
Britain’s Vicky Holland and home athlete Richard Murray were the victors on the day as the new International Triathlon Union World Cup series got underway amid huge crowds with what proved to be a superb sprint event in the Cape Town sunshine.
Chengdu is poised to host the first semi-final and final format of the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup season.
Gwen Jorgensen lived up to her pre-race billing to win the women’s Olympic triathlon but the American star was strongly pushed by Switzerland's defending champion Nicola Spirig until the closing stages of the race by Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro.
South Africa’s Richard Murray shook off the challenge of Spain’s Javier Gomez in the final lap of the five kilometres run to earn the second World Triathlon Series (WTS) win of his career, in Edmonton, Canada.
The United States' Gwen Jorgensen continued her stunning form to claim victory at the 2015 Rio de Janeiro International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Olympic Qualification Event at Copacabana Beach, with the result ensuring her a spot at next year’s Games.
Britain’s Vicky Holland returned from injury in style to take her maiden International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Triathlon Series victory in Cape Town.