Lauren Parker, from elite triathlete to elite paratriathlete in nine months

Lauren Parker, from elite triathlete to elite paratriathlete in nine months

15/01/18 - It was in early April of 2017 when Australian triathlete Lauren Parker felt at the peak of her career. After finishing second in the 2015 Ironman World Championships in Kona, the 28 years old triathlete was... |

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Australian National Performance Coaches Required

Australian National Performance Coaches Required

03/10/16 - Triathlon Australia is the official National Sporting Organisation responsible for the management and delivery of the sports of triathlon, duathlon, aquathlon and multisport within Australia. It is a member of... |

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Aussies set to pave the road to Rio at the Penrith WPE

Aussies set to pave the road to Rio at the Penrith WPE

19/04/16 - The International Triathlon Union World Paratriathlon Event (WPE) this Sunday 24th April promises to deliver some exciting racing as the world’s best paratriathletes vie for all important Paralympic... |

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Internationals win the day in Wollongong

Internationals win the day in Wollongong

06/03/16 -                      Images by Delly Carr The spoils may have gone to US world champion Gwen Jorgensen and Germany's rising star Franz Loeschke but it was an encouraging day for Australia at the 2016 OTU... |

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Coleman and Perkins deliver the goods in Mooloolaba Oceania Cup

Coleman and Perkins deliver the goods in Mooloolaba Oceania Cup

16/03/15 -      Gold Coast training partners Dan Coleman and Kelly-Ann Perkins have broken through for career best performances with impressive victories in their respective OTU Oceania Cup races at Mooloolaba... |

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