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IMWA_report_DEC_2014_200px.jpgIronman Western Australia Report
  It was perfect sunshine for this year’s Ironman Western Australia, which showcased an impressive field of both international and local athletes. Frenchman Denis Chevrot took out the men’s title while a strong run by New Zealand’s Britta Martin meant
22_1_IMWA_Preview_2104_200px.jpgThe Wild West - IMWA Preview 2014
  It’s flat. It’s fast. It’s one of Australia’s best-loved events. 2010 course champion and WA local, Kate Bevilaqua, heads to Busselton to share some insights on the upcoming Ironman WA event and local area. CHECK OUT THE 60 STRONG
Challenge_Shepp_thumbAmberger and Luxford take Challenge Shepparton Title
The1400 athletes who raced at yesterday's Challenge Shepparton were met with some tough and trying conditions - if it wasn't the rain, it was the wind. However, that didn't stop some fantastic performances - Josh Amberger lead from start to finish for
XTERRA_Sexton_Allen_200px.jpgXTERRA PREVIEW
BRENDAN SEXTON JOINS STACKED FIELD AT XTERRA ASIA-PACIFIC CHAMPS Australian Olympian Brendan Sexton is the latest in a string of high-profile elites to join in the fray at the inaugural XTERRA Asia-Pacific Championship triathlon this Saturday at Callala Beach in
Abu Dhabi Blitz
There was no shortage of razzle dazzle at this year’s Abu Dhabi International Triathlon with Aussie Mel Hauschildt putting in a gutsy race to defend her championship title, Bermuda’s Tyler Butterfield claiming his biggest win to date, and Britain’s Brownlee
21.1_Challenge-Forster_200px.jpgChallenge Forster returns triathlon to its Australian roots
Challenge Forster (on November 23, this year) will mark the return of The Challenge Family to Australia, with two other Halves following in Melbourne (February 2, 2014) and Batemans Bay (16th March, 2014). Forster is where long course racing was
TRi21.1_Hamilton_Island_200px.jpgHamilton Island 2013
Splash, Dash and Spin Your Way Around the Whitsundays Hamilton Island’s 2013 Fujifilm Triathlon & Whitehaven Beach Ocean Swim Nestled amidst the palm trees and white sandy shores of the Great Barrier Reef, Hamilton Island provides an idyllic setting for
Tri_21.1_70.3Mandurah_200px.jpgWA PREVIEW - Make Your Way to WA
The Wild West is calling, and with its blue skies, sparkling coastline and passionate punters, you’d need a pretty good excuse not to get on the bandwagon . It’s that time of year when triathletes make their way to WA. The
20.9_TriTravel_Tips_200px.jpgKona Preview - Insider Tips
  1. Arrive early The arrival time for an athlete competing in Hawaii has been the subject of much debate. I have seen (and tried) many different timeframes over the years including Lothar Leder’s ‘smash and grab’ version where he
IM703_sunshineCoast_Gina_Crawford_200px.jpgNEW ZEALAND IRONMAN CHAMPION TIPPED FOR AUSSIE TITLE
SUNSHINE COAST, (September 11, 2013) – Kiwi super-mum Gina Crawford goes into Sunday’s inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Sunshine Coast as a red hot favourite.   Following a second at IRONMAN Cairns in July, she’ll be hoping to go one better on Sunday.
IM703_WC_200px.jpgHauschildt survives crash to grab history in IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship
  BRISBANE, Australia (September 09, 2013) Brisbane’s Melissa Hauschildt survived a crash on the bike to create history with her victory in the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in Las Vegas today. The 30 year old became the first woman to
Tri20.9_sunshine_coast703_200px.jpgSalute to the sun — Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast
One of the first events of this year’s tri season is a newbie – the Ironman 70.3 Sunshine Coast. We put our local correspondent to the task of describing the course and digging up a few tasty morsels to make the
20.8_R3_ITU_200px.jpgITU WORLD TRIATHLON SERIES - ROUND THREE
The 2013 World Triathlon Series has been nothing short of sensational so far, and promises even more spectacular racing as the European sector heads towards the London Grand Final. ROUND THREE - YOKOHAMA Yokohama was the last stop before the WTS
20.7_SANDIEGO_200px.jpgITU WORLD TRIATHLON SERIES - ROUND TWO
The Women A rejuvenated Emma Moffatt put in a sensational display of “off the front” triathlon in round two of the ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS), only to come up short against new generation of runners including Gwen Jorgensen (USA)
20.7_Auckland_Thumb_200px.jpgITU WORLD TRIATHLON SERIES - ROUND ONE
The opening chapters of the ITU World Triathlon Series saw a changed line-up post-Olympics, leading to exciting races unfolding on either side of the Pacific. With the triathlon world in a post Olympic mood, not everyone is in a hurry
LAKE WANAKA HALF IRONMAN Elmi Carlean 200pxAn underdone age grouper - Lake Wanaka Half
Ok, so doing a Half Ironman may not be considered quite as insane as doing a full one, which of course means you are completely certifiable, but it certainly carries with it connotations of madness. Particularly, I think, according to
IMWA_AgeGroup200px_ThumbHow the Age Groupers Faired
  Age groupers battled hot and windy conditions in Busselton to deliver stand out results, with some given the pros a run for their money.   In the women’s swim, Lisa Delaurentis (30–34) also outswam the professionals in 50:46, followed
IMWA_200px_ThumbIronman Western Australia 2012
Bracing themselves for Busselton’s infamous conditions, the pros took to the course with Great Dane Jimmy Johnsen and German cum Kiwi Britta Martin emerging victorious.   It was a chilly start to race morning, but no one was buying what
Geelong Multisport Festival 200px thumbGeelong Multisport Festival Preview
  Last year’s winner Belinda Granger gives us an insider’s view of the Geelong Long Course and Multisport Festival, with tips on everything from battling Victoria’s unpredictable weather patterns to the solid climb out of transition for both the ride
Coles Bay HalfColes Bay Half
In this edition of Grass Roots, our very own Stef Hanson is heading home to the Apple Isle where a spectacular new half distance race is set to take place.   This time, I’m taking you back to my grass
Noosa Triathlon thumb 1Noosa Triathlon & Multisport Festival
Noosa Triathlon & Multi-sport Festival Race Details:  Location: noosa, QLD  Distance: 1.5km/40km/10km  Date: 4 november 2012 NOOSA TRIATHLON TURNS 30 For three decades the Noosa Triathlon has been a unifying force in Australian triathlon, welcoming elites, newbies and legends across
Hamilton Island Triathlon ThumbWorld Champions Tackle Hamilton
Hamilton Island Triathlon Race Details:  Location: Hamilton Island, QLD   Distance: 750m/20km/5km  Date: 10 november 2012 WORLD CHAMPIONS TACKLE HAMILTON Hamilton Island’s iconic race turned it on again in 2012, with two Ironman World Champions in attendance and a local
Challenge Wanaka Thumb 200pxChallenge Wanaka Preview
  Lake Wanaka is a magnetic destination for lovers of the outdoors and for triathletes seeking a training base. In January it’s also home to perhaps the most scenic Iron distance race in the world – Challenge Wanaka.   Lake Wanaka
Auckland Womens ThumbnailAuckland Wrap Up
The Olympics took its toll on the line up at the 2012 ITU World Championship in Auckland but there were still a few stars on the start line.Noel McMahon reports from the sidelines. The long hard slog of an Olympic
Mighty Mandurah ThumbnailMighty Mandurah
The inaugural Ironman 70.3 Mandurah on October 21st had professional athletes racing for the title of Australian championship and a US 50,000 prize purse. Race Details: Location: MAndurah, WA Distance: 1.9km/90km/21.1km Date: 21 october 2012  Race Details Location: Mandurah, WA
Port Mac ThumbnailBack in Port Mac
Clayton Fettell led from start to finish, seeking redemption for his performance a week earlier in Mandurah, while pocket rocket Britta Martin dominated the women’s race. Race Details Location: Port Macquarie Distance: 1.9km/90km/21.1km Date: 28 October 2012 THE MEN'S RACE
Ultimate Race ThumbnailThe Ultimate Race
Clayton Fettell and Lisa Marangon were the favourites leading into the Forster Ultimate and it’s easy to see why – the unusual course, with its extended bike leg, is almost made for the superior swim/bikers from New South Wales. Race Details:
Pete Jacobs Race ThumbnailA New Aussie Champion
While repeat champions Craig Alexander and Chris McCormack were heavily touted favorites leading into the 2012 Ironman World Championship, it was understated Aussie Pete Jacobs whose campaign for the top spot would prove untouchable on race day. Race Details: Location:
Chrissie Wellington ThumbnailGreat Expectations
Despite defending champion Chrissie Wellington’s absence on the start line, Great Britain was not willing to relinquish the women’s crown. The task fell to lanky Leanda Cave, who finished third at Kona in 2011, to claim the World Championship title. 
Burton and Jaenke ThumbnailMeet Australia's Fastest Age Groupers
Age groupers Matt Burton and Kym Jaenke come from different backgrounds but they have one thing in common: they were the fastest age groupers in their fields at Kona this year. Race Details: Location: Kona Hawaii Distance: 3.8km/180km/42.2km Date: 13
Kienle and Cave ThumbnailVegas Wrap Up
In this year’s desert showdown Germany’s Sebastian Kienle secured his first World Championship, while Leanda Cave fought back from a difficult start to the year with the first of two World Championships wins.  Race Details Location: Vegas, USA Distance: 1.9km/90km/21.1km
Natasha Badmann ThumbnailAwe Inspiring: Natascha Badmann
Following a career-threatening bike crash in the 2007 race and a subsequent slow recovery, many speculated that six-time Ironman World Champion Natascha Badmann would hang up her swim, bike and run gear for good. Nothing could have been further from
Faris-Al-Sultan ThumbnailOverheard at the Post-Race Press Conference
While the top five men turned in podium-worthy performances on course, they also delivered a fair dose of insight and humour at the post-race press conference. Introducing fifth place finisher Faris Al-Sultan, moderator Greg Welch proclaimed the 2005 Ironman World
Busselton_IMWA_200px_thumbBRACHT, KEAT FIRM AS FAVOURITES IN THE WEST
Busselton, Australia Germany’s Timo Bracht and Australia’s Rebekah Keat will head into Sunday’s race as firm favourites to take the 2012 SunSmart IRONMAN Western Australia race.   A win at the IRONMAN 70.3 Shepparton recently will give Keat a shot
Bek Keat and Terenzo BozzoneShepparton 70.3 Report
Speed was the order of the day at Ironman 70.3 Shepparton. Bek Keat, who was looking at some early points in the season in preparation for Hawaii next year, took the women’s title. After being put in the hurt box
Ironman 70.3 Shepparton ThumbIronman 70.3 Shepparton Preview
Australian Triathlete Magazine is proud to be the official magazine again for this year’s Ironman 70.3 Shepparton this weekend. What a line up of professionals heading to the ‘country’ for a crack at the Shepp title.   Last year’s winner,
Ironman World Championships - Cave rock solid_thumbIronman World Championships - Cave rock solid
Great Britain’s Leanda Cave fends off challengers to secure her first IRONMAN World Championship title The women’s race this year was going to be nothing short of incredible. There were no clear favourites, and at least eight women had the
Ironman World Championships - Love is a battlefieldIronman World Championships - Love is a battlefield
Australia's Pete Jacobs was victorious at yesterday's Ironman World Championships. In the toughest conditions the island has thrown up in recent years, the 31-year-old – who was consistent over the three legs – took the 2012 title. Confident on the win: PJ:
STELLAR PRO FIELD AND BONDI RESCUE LINE UP FOR IRONMAN 70.3 PORT MACQUARIE thumb2STELLAR PRO FIELD AND BONDI RESCUE LINE UP FOR IRONMAN 70.3 PORT MACQUARIE
PORT MACQUARIE, NSW (October 23, 2012) – A stellar professional field will headline the IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie this Sunday 28 October 2012, amongst a field of 1,500 participants including the Bondi Rescue Lifeguards. The IRONMAN 70.3 Port Macquarie requires athletes
Yeppoon THUMBRecords Smashed at Yeppoon
Ironman 70.3 Yeppoon 2012 Race Details:  Location: Yeppoon, QLD  Distance: 1.9km/90km/21.1km  Date: 19 august 2012 Tim Reed and Lisa Marangon put on a record-breaking show at their return to Yeppoon this year, with both athletes breaking course records. It was
Vitoria Gasteiz THUMBDon’t Call It A Comeback
2012 Vitoria-Gasteiz, ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships Race Details: Location: Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain  Distance: 4km/120km/30km  Date: 29 july 2012 Chris McCormack’s Olympic dream may not have been realised in 2012, but 18 months chasing the world’s fastest triathlete saw him
Challenge_Copenhagen_THUMBRising to the Challenge
Challenge Copenhagen 2012 Race Details: Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Distance: 3.8km/180km/42.2km  Date: 12 August 2012 Australian Aaron Farlow was triumphant in the Danish town of Copenhagen, while local lass Camilla Pedersen recovered from a fall to comfortably run to victory in
Off and racing THUMBOff and Racing
In the lead up to the Olympics, ITU racing is king. Noel McMahon brings us highlights from the World Championship series races that served as final hit outs for athletes with their sights on London. KITZBÜHEL, AUSTRIA   The last
Challenge_Roth_THUMBAll In The Family
Challenge Roth 2012 Race Details: Location: Roth, Germany  Distance: 3.8km/180km/42.2km  Date: 8 July 2012 The premier event in the Challenge portfolio, Challenge Roth 2012 drew record breaking crowds who saw Cunnama and Joyce crowned the champions of this feel-good family
Hamburg, Germany, THUMBDextro ITU Hamburg, Germany
Aussie Erin Densham and South Africa’s Richard Murray used the emotion generated by passionate crowds lining the course in Hamburg to help them turn on the speed. Out of the 750m swim, Densham was almost 30 seconds behind the leaders
Olympic Wrap Up – ThumbOlympic Wrap Up
A hard earned bronze medal due to a a sensational effort from Erin Densham, a strong eighth place on debut from Emma Jackson and a solid performance from Courtney Atkinson meant Australia salvaged some pride at the London Olympic Games