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Powerful Potts wins New Plymouth

11/11/06 (via Triathlon.org) Andy Potts of the United States has just won the 2006 New Plymouth BG Triathlon World Cup.  Potts was able to lead from start to finish employing his strong swim and bike skills...

NZ Ready for World Cup Finale

09/11/06 (via Triathlon.org) The 2006 New Plymouth BG Triathlon World Cup is set to run this Sunday, November 12th on the island nation of New Zealand.  This Sunday will be the fifteenth and final stop of the...

Birth of a sport

03/09/06 (via Triathlon.org) The new sport of Winter Triathlon officially got underway in New Zealand with the inaugural ITU World Cup Winter Triathlon held at the Snow Farm this morning (Sat 2 September NZ...

Canberra LD Triathlon World Champ Bike course change

26/08/06 (via Triathlon.org) The LOC for the 2006 Canberra LD Triathlon World Championships have upgraded the bike leg of the event, set for November 19th, to become a spectator friendly, four-lap ride of a...

Canberra LD Triathlon Worlds Logo updatge…

26/08/06 (via Triathlon.org) The LOC for the 2006 Canberra LD Triathlon World Championship in Australia this November have updated the event logo to include the latest colour changes for ITU branding. The new...

Kahlefeldt continues winning streak!

16/04/06 (via Triathlon.org) Australias Brad Kahlefeldt has continued his golden run, winning the Australian Triathlon Championships in sensational form at Geelong today, with his sparring mate the never say...

Hill is Australian women’s Champ

15/04/06 (via Triathlon.org) Australian defector, Britains Leanda Cave has taken out the Australian Triathlon Championship winning at Geelong this afternoon; with Brisbane mother of two 36 year old and 2004...

Long Distance Worlds website goes live

26/03/06 (via Triathlon.org) The website for the 2006 ITU Canberra Long Distance Triathlon World Championship goes live on April 1st. The site contains all the information for teams, officials and athletes...

Docherty does it again!

26/03/06 (via Triathlon.org) The Sunshine Coast lived up to its name as the sun continued to shine over the thousands of spectators who lined the course to watch forty-eight men dive into the water for the ITU...

Mooloolaba ready for World Cup

24/03/06 (via Triathlon.org) AUSTRALIA, Mooloolaba – Forty-four women and forty-seven men are ready to brave the high surf this Sunday in the ITU Mooloolaba World Cup triathlon.  The third installment of the...