World champion Lauren Parker triumphed at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Paratriathlon Series in the Australian city of Devonport.
Devonport will raise the curtain on the 2020 World Paratriathlon Series (WPS) tomorrow.
USA Triathlon has named Allysa Seely and Chris Hammer as their Elite Paratriathletes of the Year for 2019.
Russian triathlete starts working as food delivery courier to raise money for Tokyo 2020 Paralympics
Russian triathlete Mikhail Astashov has reportedly started working as a food delivery courier to raise money to compete at this year’s Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
USA Triathlon have announced the first prize fund for an elite International Triathlon Union (ITU) Paratriathlon World Cup race will be awarded at Sarasota-Bradenton in March.
Lauren Parker and Nic Beveridge took gold in the PTWC categories of the Para-Triathlon Oceania Championships held at Newcastle in Australia.
Key qualification points are at stake for this year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo at the Para-Triathlon Oceania Championships tomorrow in Newcastle in Australia.
Tokyo 2020 have confirmed changes to both the Olympic and Paralympic men and women's individual triathlon course.
The International Triathlon Union (ITU) has announced four opportunities for Para-athletes to be classified.
USA Triathlon have announced their Paratriathlon National Championships in 2020 will take place in Long Beach in California for the second consecutive year.
Lauren Steadman has been congratulated by one of her main sponsors after winning her seventh World Paratriathlon Championship.
Héctor Catalá Laparra and Jairo Ruiz Lopez claimed glory as Spanish athletes dominated at the International Triathlon Union (ITU) Paratriathlon World Cup in Banyoles.
Héctor Catalá Laparra and Susana Rodriguez secured a Spanish double on the final day of the International Triathlon Union World Paratriathlon Grand Finals in Lausanne.
The swimming section of the Paratriathlon test event for next year's Paralympic Games in Tokyo was cancelled because of high levels of E.coli bacteria found in the water.
Organisers of this weekend's international Triathlon Union (ITU) Tokyo Paratriathlon World Cup have moved the start times forward by one hour to avoid exposing athletes to high temperatures in the region.